Friday, November 12, 2010

Amon Tobin - At The End Of The Day

Amon Tobin. Foley Room. The only word that describes this album is orgasm. Tobin is, in my mind, the master of semi-electronic. From his harder psychedelic idm to his smooth nu-jazz, it's all FANTASTIC. FUCKING FANTASTIC. For real, go check out some of his albums, be it through bittorrent or by buying his albums. Need more proof of his genius? Ever played Splinter Cell 3? He made that sound track. Ever played inFamous? He was one of 3 guys making that sound track.
If you want to buy this album, you can do so here. You could also buy one of his album packs, which include 4 albums for about 30 dollars. They are found here and here.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Venetian Snares - Befriend A Childkiller

I attempted to find the longer ~9 minute version from the Doll Doll Doll 12" on youtube, but I was unsuccessful. This version is just as good though. So, VSnares. If you know him, you love him. If you don't know him, you should get to know him, and proceed to love him. For me, he's the undisputed king of breakcore. He lives up in Winnipeg Canada, just blasting out music all day, and releases on average, a few releases per year. He just released an album back in September, and it's pretty dec. His 9th or 11th full length album, or something close to it. This man is just a serious beast when it comes to music. You can bet your ass that I'll be posting more from this man in the future.

The man behind the breaks

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Rustie - Hyperthrust

If I recall, the first day I heard this song, I listened to it about 10 times in a row, which is extremely uncommon for me to do. But something about this song struck a nerve. The absolute power within the keyboard runs drove me mad, in the best way. Literally could not stop listening. Do yourself a favor, and check out the rest of the EP, either via bittorrent or at his page on Warp Records.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Crystal Castles Double Feature

One current day electronic must seems to be Crystal Castles. This duo works with style and skill. Ethan makes sweet beats, and Alice screams her lungs out to said beats. Their second self titled album dropped this past summer (and leaked months earlier, to those watching out) to a huge success. Like, holy shit popular. People couldn't get enough of a new Crystal Castles album, myself included. So I decided I needed to post some songs from it, and I chose my two favorites. I love, love, love glitched out vocals like this.

Runner up video today was Doe Deer.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Pretty Lights - Fly Away Another Day

This song has kept me feeling bouncy all day. Really nice mix of funk, electro, piano, grimey bass, hip hop, etc etc. On a scale of one to cool, it's definitely a cool. The song is from the album Passing By Behind Your Eyes. You can download it for free on their main site,, for free. If you have the funds, please try to donate! These guys kick so much ass.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Samples - Underscore

I don't have a nice fancy youtube video for you this time, but I do have a nice link.

Ben Samples is one of my favorite dubstep artists. He's a big figure in a relatively new genre some are calling lazer bass, and he's gaining a name for himself in the glitch hop community as well. Just listen to that song, and the name lazer bass should be fairly obvious.
That album can also be downloaded for free, but support is always welcome!

Friday, November 5, 2010

Tycho - Coastal Brake (Lusine Remix)

Tycho makes some of the my favorite idm downtempo (besides the Boards of Canada). This song is from his latest release, Coastal Brake (a maxi single 12"). Great song, and some great remixes. This one catches my ear the best, however, because of the nice glitch-and-mix qualities through the entire song.
I'd never listened to Lusine before this song, but I can say that if you like this, you should check out some of his albums.

Both the vinyl and web versions can be purchased here if you're interested, though I should warn you that the vinyl is overpriced to hell

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Star Slinger - Longtime

So many of you may not have heard of Star Slinger yet. But if you're following the instrumental hip hop/chillwave scene, you'll soon be hearing him more and more often. He pumps out free songs like a beast, and has been making headlines everywhere (especially with his Deerhunter Remix
fucking love this guy. check out his stuff at (look for the free mediafire links, he refuses to purchase more free downloads for his bandcamp).

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Shitmat - Fido Dido vs. Simon Mayo

I've never really been to big on Shitmat's hang the DJ album minus a few songs, but just the other day I noticed how awesome the second half of the song sounds. If this song sounds good to you, you'll probably enjoy the rest of the album. Overall, least favorite album from one of my favorite breakcore producers. If you've never heard of him before, get your ass over to the album killababyloncutz, where he uses a single vocal sample to craft 10 great raggacore songs. I'm sure in the next month or so I'll end up posting something from that album anyway.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Tha Playah Vs Evil Activities - Cold As Me (Gabber)

Such an intense song. I promised shit going down, so I delivered. I rediscovered this song the other day on a hardcore compilation named Hardcore United. Good compilation, though I've heard others say it's a blatantly commercial comp. If you spend a lot of time around gabber, you've likely heard a lot of these. What music will tomorrow bring? Haven't a fucking clue, but I'll work on it.

Monday, November 1, 2010

In the Beginning

So basically, this is going to be a blog about electronic music, be it mainstream or unknown as fuck. Point is, it's going to be good.
Bar none.
There is one rule to this blog: No tiesto.

Some people might think "oh this blog is going to be filled with such light electronic, nothing interesting." Wait till tomorrow, shit will go down.
I'll be posting everything from ambient to speedcore, just be ready