It’s the f**ng drum and the f** bass! Kolt Siewerts strikes again and gives us one massive jump up club banging drum n bass mix with lots of fun and smile. Starts off with a remix that might be “Ton, Steine, Scherben” and continues to some inyourface-attacks and doesn’t fear the souly moments either.
Besides this guy turns 33 on 20090909 – so it’s a present he has for us. Massive thanks and happy birthday!
Enjoy: “Spaß mit Bass” by Kolt Siewerts
Download “Spaß mit Bass”
If you like his style, here you can watch the video to his own smash hit “The flute tune”
Check out Fabric’s page on Soundcloud, they have some nice tunes to give away. I especially like “We Nuh Run”
and the Ralph Lawson mix
It’s the second release on NIG (Nights in Gale) records and I love the record because it’s so diverse: there is a massive techno tune, some very dissected minmal soundscape techhouse thing by Tom Dicicco and a deep dubsteppy remix by David Harrow.
Now, it has gotten some very mentionable mentions from Japan and Italy, good feedback from Timo Maas and Laurent Garnier and, amongst others, charted by Ryan Elliot.
You can listen to Squalid and download it at whatpeopleplay or order it as good old vinyl at Juno
Here is Patrick’s latest mixtape!
You can book Patrick at Confidance booking or just follow him on MySpace or Soundcloud.
In may, I played at the Webinale party and was quite excited because it took place at Week End club on top of Berlin with a brilliant soundsystem and DJ booth. The party was great and everybody danced plus I was lucky to have the mix recorded so here I can present two 30 minutes mixes, one opening house mix and one which is more dubsteppy and in the end loaded with hiphop classics. Enjoy!
Another very intense and powerful mix by multitasking Tanith inspired by the Facebook Group Zeitmaschine in which pictures from 90ies rave culture are being collected (Suchtfaktor!)
Download mix directly
Stylewalker says thank you with Rocca ZillaMany, many people really did suggest me as a speaker, thank you all for that! The message got through, obviously: yesterday I got an email by the Next09 organization team, thanking me for the many applications.
I hope Next09 did not mind the little community campaign I pushed here, I think it was a nice idea to demonstrate a little of that internet community power in real time when it’s exactly the subject I want to talk about. Plus, Next09 got some nice promotion – some people (enthusiasts and professionals about the internet by the way) had not heard about it before. So, let’s see if I make it, I bring you presents from Hamburg for sure if I go!
And here’s one already: “Bring me the head of Zilla Rocca”, by Zilla Rocca, superb oldschooly hip hop shit, especially the second song “The first order of business” which features a Talk Talk sample I would have liked to use as well. If I was a producer. Other influences: El-P, RZA, Kanye West, Dan the Automator, David Axelrod, J Dilla, Havoc, Rick Rubin. Check the Rocca Zilla profile on Soundclick.
Download Zilla Rocca – Bring me the head of Zilla Rocca. [via Passion of the Weiss]