MARCH 18, 2012
In a very short amount of time, the deep and blissy trap meets bass sounds flowing from the minds of Jorge and Petey, known as the unified, Clicks & Whistles, have grabbed the attention of producers and labels throughout the US and beyond. In roughly a year, the duo has worked with Embassy Recordings, T&A Records, AC Slater's Party Like Us, and Kingom's own Fade to Mind label.
DOWNLOAD :: KID606 "Ejaculazer Tag"
MARCH 18, 2012
In recent months, there's been a rush to anoint Newark's DJ Sliink (a.k.a. Stacey White) as the new face of Jersey club, but these days, the 21-year-old producer isn't always feeling the love at home. "I have a few people saying that I lost it, that I'm booty now, or that I'm wack, just because I'm not doing the same thing that I did when I first came out."
REVIEW :: RUSTIE "Glass Swords"
MARCH 17, 2012
Twenty years ago, Warp released Frequencies, the debut album by LFO, a duo who'd come up in the North England rave scene and scored an unexpected UK chart hit with their bold and brutal eponymous bleep techno single. This year, Warp releases Glass Swords, the debut album by Rustie, a young Glasgow producer who's come up in the protean post-dubstep scene and has yet to rough up the mainstream. (Give him time, though, especially if he catches the ear of a diva.) Most of the vinyl-only singles by LFO's revolutionary contemporaries are now sadly forgotten.
REVIEW :: SEBASTIAN "Total"
MARCH 14, 2012
SebastiAn's album is incredibly hard to classify into one particular genre, known as the dark horse of the Ed Banger family, he has been waiting in the wings for what seems like ages, but now he's ready to take the limelight – it has been a long in coming, but oh boy was it worth the wait. With his debut album 'Total' he has delivered an album that manages to beat the hype into submission with a cacophony of rugged, high-energy raw sounds that takes over from where Justice left off – while remaining true to the Ed Banger aesthetic.