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  1. Artist: Cybernetika Title: Solar Nexus Label: Ektoplazm Date: June, 2014 01 - Artificial Bloodline (80 BPM) 02 - Neuronal Interface (178 BPM) 03 - Distress Beacon (177 BPM) 04 - Monolithic (179 BPM) 05 - Bio-Magnetic Tunnel Transport (179 BPM) 06 - Stinger (178 BPM) 07 - Sol Nexus (160 BPM) 08 - Constellations (179 BPM) 09 - The Outcast Of Deadspace (150 BPM) Ladies and gentlemen please raise your glass to one of the greatest unsigned artists of all time. Though I'm sure it's done solely by his own choosing. Lars Goosens has returned with his 9th album that tells the story of genetically modified humans who after an absence of a millennium suddenly return with technology that surpasses the wildest dreams of all who came before them. This is a dark and symphonic journey through the farthest reaches of the galaxy. There is a palpable sense of foreboding as if we normal humans have bitten off more than we can chew. These mutants...friend or foe. I used to think that drum and bass was a very limited medium where there were only so many places you could go. After an interminably long absence Cybernetika proves me wrong. Again. Is it possible to miss someone you've never met? His compositions are so lush and multi-layered that they beg to be explored. Melodies don't float they scream over the oftentimes cacophonous background. Someone mentioned that the rapid percussion is a distraction from the treasure that lay underneath. Maybe. Until you listen to the complexity of that percussion and realize it's all part of a rich tapestry. This blazes a trail across the cosmos combining sci-fi atmosphere with the heavy hitting industrial sound. How can something so punishing be so beautiful? And just when the speed becomes too much and almost rends the sinewy flesh from your physical form he delivers emotionally charged and melancholic breaks that lead you where he wants you to go. Growly distortion and futuristic android cybernetics permeate the landscape. It's unrelenting hyperspace travel that show how far advanced these mutants are over the human race. Which is a pretty good metaphor for his crystal clear production and imagination. I know I don't have to say this, but... Do. Not. Sleep. On. This. Free at Ektoplazm Mdk
  2. Our Halloween special line up has been announced On October 29th at Bowlers Exhibition Centre You can expect to see - Calyx & Teebee // Black Sun Empire // Loadstar // Tantrum Desire // Kallima // NTL & Echidna // Northern Scum // Skazi // Electric Universe // Phaxe // Outsiders // Liquid Ross // Neutrino // Matt Lickess // Steve Podmore // Krafty Kuts // Plump DJs // A Skillz // Freestylers // Father Funk // Lowdowns DJs // Funkliners // Killamonjambo // Shanty // Rumjig // DR Hyde // Outside The Universe // Neutrino // Kallima // Jenova Collection // Duburban Poison // Wolfie Razzmatazz // Spectrum // Magiclantern // Key Lo Yucca Sound // + More Also // 6 fully themed arenas // Indoor Bumper cars // Outdoor fun fair // Full theatrical 3d mapped stage designs // Live art exhibition // Laser Quest // 360 dome installation // Plethora of Performers // Video Games // Laser quest / Fire // Confetti cannons // Pyrotechnics // Matrix laser show // Market Area // Food court Phase Three tickets still available at £20 Get your tickets here - http://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Manchester/Bowlers-Exhibition-Centre/IllumiNaughty-Day-Of-The-Dead/12671780/ https://www.facebook.com/events/589980877819872/
  3. We are back with another Halloween special On October 29th at Bowlers Exhibition Centre We will bring to you 12 hours of - Trance // Psytrance // Drum & Bass // Breaks // Electro You can expect - 6 fully themed arenas // Indoor Bumper cars // Outdoor fun fair // Full theatrical 3d mapped stage designs // Live art exhibition // Laser Quest // 360 dome installation // Plethora of Performers // Video Games // Laser quest / Fire // Confetti cannons // Pyrotechnics // Matrix laser show // Market Area // Food court Phase Three tickets still available at £20 Get your tickets here - http://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Manchester/Bowlers-Exhibition-Centre/IllumiNaughty-Day-Of-The-Dead/12671780/
  4. http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/one-arc-degree-cybernetika-nether-moon 01 - One Arc Degree & Cybernetika - Nether Moon (174 BPM) 02 - One Arc Degree - Ghost Comet (176 BPM) 03 - One Arc Degree - Ghost Comet (Cybernetika Remix) (176 BPM) 04 - Cybernetika - Stinger (One Arc Degree Remix) (87 BPM) The combined efforts of experienced Greek psybreaks and dub duo One Arc Degree and German psychedelic drum & bass pioneer Cybernetika take us on an emotive journey to the Nether Moon. Released by Ektoplazm, this cinematic quartet represents an ideal symbiosis between Cybernetikas dark future visions and One Arc Degrees deep and mystical explorations. Together these artists have composed a soundtrack for a mysterious place: Behind the illusion of a hostile and barren rock floating in space there is another world, bringing ancient memories and dreams to life. Track 2 written and produced by One Arc Degree (Vasilis Kesalidis & Ioannis Konstantios), based on samples from The Ghost Music by A-Duff; Tracks 1, 3 and 4 written and produced by One Arc Degree & Cybernetika (Lars Goossens). Mastered by Cybernetika with artwork by Christian Becker and design by Alexander Synaptic.
  5. http://erot.bandcamp.com/album/erot-one-arc-degree-mani-of-despair-ep 01. Erot - Mani (One Arc Degree Remix) 06:09 02. One Arc Degree - For the Love of Despair (Erot Remix) 06:42 Mani of Despair EP was conceived as a prelude (actually a teaser) to Synergism EP, soon to be released on Iboga Records. Erot re-imagines the mournful & emotive "For The Love Of Despair" in his distinct style, originally released by One Arc Degree on Under A Trillion Suns [Microcosmos Records]. One Arc Degree return the favour and present their atmo dnb interpretation of the deep & relaxing "Mani", originally released by Erot in his debut, Mani EP, for Iboga Records.
  6. Artist: Xenofish Title: Datastasis Label: Self-Released Date: July, 2014 01 - Datastasis (178 BPM) 02 - Geiranum (176 BPM) 03 - Primeval Pattern (160 BPM) 04 - Zero Velocity (170 BPM) 05 - Disordered Minds (180 BPM) 06 - Twinmachine (182 BPM) 07 - Shattered Phantasm (176 BPM) This is Christian Becker's fourth album and it is a science fiction journey escorted by drum & bass music. The pace is quite hectic as the bpm's will tell you. As mentioned the atmosphere is definitely cosmic with Fifth Element characteristics. I would say that the intros and his breaks are the parts that appeal to me most. Very dark and descriptive. I like the sound and feel it's very clear, but comparisons to Cybernetika and Mellow Sonic cannot be helped. Is it possible to have an over saturated genre with just 3 participants? I don't think anyone would argue that the king of the hill is Cybernetika with his compositions so full of depth and complexity and that's where I think this suffers. Not because it is of low quality, far from it. But I feel it's just...more drum & bass that doesn't push the boundaries. Doesn't take the music in any direction that the other two projects haven't already done. I hear some great ideas and potential for a Front Line Assembly apocalyptic vibe that I hope he explores further however. It's a good album if you're a fan of futuristic drum & bass, but I ask you Christian what are you going to do to set yourself apart? Free at Ektoplazm Mdk
  7. The last time I attempted to make a mix of psychedelic drum & bass, it was a little all over the place. While there were a few great tracks, the mix had next to no flow, and the variety was far too much to be considered a legitimate representation of such a rare style. The theme of science fiction allowed me to mix neurofunk into this set, and the spacey sounds fit perfectly with what I was trying to do. Lots of energy and interesting music here. Enjoy! Cybernetika - Devoid of Gravity [Ektoplazm] Lumin Essence - Phobos [Genome] Cybernetika - Hayashis Journey [Ektoplazm] Xenofish - Sanctus [Ektoplazm] Xenofish - Arashi [Ektoplazm] Axi - Mayan Temple [Mindtech] Dementia & Dephas8 - Surrounded [Mindtech] Black Sun Empire - Don't You (State of Mind Remix) [blackout] Myselor - Reality [Full Force] Optiv & BTK - Tapout [Dispatch] Black Sun Empire - Fever (Chris.SU Remix) [blackout] Unknown Artist - Still Alive (VIP Mix) [Fokuz] Ziptnf - Encrypted Universe (1:07:47) 156MB ~320kbps Image credit to nellieanger.
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