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Metaside has been hitting it bass heavy since 98” when he was first introduced to turntables and now today he currently is using Ableton live’s digital platform.  When listening to his music now, one can still hear that his roots are deeply influenced from his past experience with vinyl turntables and more importantly the reliability of the analogue sound. Metaside’s uses ableton live for his current productions does not constrict his art or ruin it. He still manipulates the digital platform to his advantage by making it sound organic as if everything was recorded live or made with analogue synths. His approach to music is really versatile and his expertise shines from one track to another. This german composer is able to maintain, embrace and balance the story behind his sound. His current production is influenced by his obsession with bass that is surrounded by earthy tones; meanwhile he has the audacity to introduce complexity within and around it whenever he desires. From electronica to hiphop, this talented composer has produced all kinds of music and is never stagnant to one genre. 

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Ambientstep, Chillstep, Chillout, Melodic Electronica, Experimental, Dubstep, IDM.

COMING HOME (Vanguard remix) Free Download, I would have posted this with my original post.. 

http://www.mdnghtstrt.com/2012/09/visitors-coming-homernb-on-itunes.html

but this will have to do.

(http://soundcloud.com/levanguardfunk REMIX)

Coming Home // RNB is available from iTunes now: http://smarturl.it/cominghome
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Produced by Diamond Cut.
Artwork & Video by Oskar Gullstrand. Triangle & VISITOR font by Bose Collins.

The debut solo release from Machine 475 co-founder Forrest James.

I am so happy to present “Under The Chrome Sea” to you. Nine months in the making, this concept album is a special gift that came to me at a very unsettling, but beautiful, time in my life.

I’ve always wanted to work on a concept album. As an art form I really admire them in a way that “single” culture can’t ever touch for me. On top of that I planned from the beginning to release this album on vinyl, so whilst composing I was also considering timing, song placement, and how length affects sound quality. It has been an enjoyable voyage to new, welcome, terrain. Needless to say, I studied the 1970’s and 80’s and how the idea of the album was approached in that era. “Under The Chrome Sea” is the result of all these meanderings and more.

Recorded at my home studio in Lynn, Massachusetts, in Salem, Massachusetts, London, U.K., and on the road.

Instruments:
Moog Little Phatty, MiniMoog, Casio CZ-1000, Linn Drum, Yamaha RX11 Drum Machine, Musicman Sting Ray Bass, American Deluxe Fender Stratocaster, Larrivee Acoustic Guitar, Fender Super-Sonic Amp, a Mark Bass Combo Head II, Shaker, Tambourine, and Ableton Live,

Mastered by Jeff Lipton at Peerless Mastering, Boston, MA
Assistant Mastering Engineer: Maria Rice

Special thanks goes to my co-producer Juliette Fritsch, photographers Lucio Lecce and Henry Hung, videographer Shawn Morrissey, objective ear on-call, and Casio lender, Steve Zimmerman, and Bob Melvin for his gift of the Yamaha RX11.

I would also like to thank all of my fellow musicians in Salem/North Shore of Boston, especially Radio Scotvoid and Richard Lewis for keeping the pulse moving forward!

"Just fine with you" by Gossip Culture with remixes from Hemingway and Tommy

dreamy visions of science fiction, love and nostalgia permeate the music of Cleveland’s Gossip Culture, aka Ryan Sheridan, surrounded by warm electric pianos, crisp guitars and disco beats with an admiration for 1980s Sophisti-Pop, Post-Punk, Synth Pop and R&B. 2011 saw the release of Gossip Culture’s debut EP “People Talk” (written and produced by Sheridan) available on CD & iTunes. The Gossip Culture live band includes Bob Young, Hazel Odin and Mike D.  

click below to listen to the set

http://soundcloud.com/gossipculture/sets/just-fine-with-you-single/

Rachel’s Vision by Marbeya Sound is the culmination of their sound that prepares their listeners for their upcoming album. Back in 2009 Belgium’s Eskimo Recordings set the bar with their compilation Cosmic Balearic Beats, and a new breed of producers & music emerged. From that search of raw talent breathes Marbeya.
After a slew of releases on important labels like Tirk, Smash Hit Records, Mad On The Moon, the band come home to Mexican label Electrique Music. Coming with them to remix their epic track is Norway’s finest Ytre Rymden Dansskola, and Italy’s prime ministers The Love Supreme.

MR. Moustache dropping this new jam, Melody London. Wonderful track, great vocal cuts, nice production. marvellous tune.

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Mitch Murder is bringing you to the beach with this next track. Daybreak is just a small taste of Mitch Murders extreme talent. 

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Mitch Murder 


Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo better known as the Bloody Beetroots, returns this summer with a pumping new track suitably titled “Rocksteady”. Set for a June 26th release on Ultra Music, “Rocksteady” is the smash follow-up to his massive club record “Church Of Noise” which featured Sweden’s master of punk rock and The (International) Noise Conspiracy’s Dennis Lyxzén.

‘Rocksteady’ embraces the garage-punk sound that the Bloody Beetroots Project is so famously known for – rock infused exploding beats and vigorously energetic electro house. Keeping in theme, the suitably rock ‘n’ roll video, directed by Wyatt Neumann, makes its debut June 28, just two days after the single is released. Sir Bob talks about his experience on set “You know what, my brain does not collect recent data but last week I was in Death Valley and it was mad fun! Girls, Shotguns, 70’s muscle cars, Dust…Nice!”

If you want to hear the single live, DJ/Producer Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo has teamed up with his Italian partner in crime, Tommy Tea from the FXs, for another Bloody Beetroots DJ Set tour this summer. Don’t expect the same old show though, the masks are different, the sounds are changing and they have brand new hi-octane club banger ready to annihilate the dance floor.

VIDEO OUT JUNE 28TH