No problem. I'll keep an eye-out for it.
Any plans for a digital release (i.e. Bandcamp) in the near future?
Finally...shout-out to Danny Daze with the blazing Boiler Room set @ Dekmantel Festival 2018 and to the person who posted a (almost) complete Tracklisting of the set:
Digital Purchase available here:
Heard this track on a recent Mixmag: Impact - Jensen Interceptor mix and have been digging it. Pretty cool edit of Afrika Bambaataa - Planet Rock + Jodeci - Freek'N You
Yeah, I still haven't been able to identify it, so...the search continues. Hopefully it was something unreleased that will eventually surface.
I think the question you posed is a difficult one to answer and depends more-so on what you normally like listening to.
Based-on the line-up for this said Escapade event you will be attending (assuming I found the right flyer based-in Ottawa, Canada?) I don't think there's much music on this particular site that would be considered modern-day "EDM".
Quite the opposite to be honest.
Not to discourage you by any means, but unless you give some examples of what you've enjoyed up to now, your request would make for a difficult feat.
Guess I'm not the only one stumped on this one...?
Track I'm interested in knowing is at the 01hr 23min 09sec mark.
(Sounds like someone sampled a part-of Dynamik Bass System - "Frequencies" and added their own touch to it, but I dig it.)
Thanks in advance...
Hey @SpruceBringstien - Hopefully this gives you a good idea of what my likes are (I haven't cataloged anything I've purchased digitally but, I'm trying to archive what I do own in vinyl, listed below, via digital format and thus have left-out all the purchases recently made in said [digital] format):
@deaflikeelvis - Nice one! Didn't know about that tag on Bandcamp, but just bookmarked it.
Hey @SpruceBringstien - As far as purchasing true Electro (albeit Older or Newer) - most of the GOOD stuff will still be found on vinyl pressings (and some, if not most of it, long out of print.)
Bandcamp is phenomenal and has been my go-to as-of the latter, but I find there are quite a number of artists who prefer to use Beatport due to its overall reach in comparison.
As for finding things actually categorized under the correct genre (i.e. "Electro" - good luck, as that would likely turn-up Electro-House well before it turns-up anything actually resembling what most here would consider Electro.)
I personally don't even bother to find things under a correct genre. Most of the time if I'm looking for something on Beatport, it's very specific and I usually do-so by artist, release or label name.
Could you give some examples of the Artists, Tracks or even Labels of the Electro that is to your liking? That might help in pointing you in the right direction.
Heard this on a set by Jensen Interceptor & Cultivated Electronics label-head Sync 24:Content embedded from external sources will not be displayed without your consent.
Especially digging the track - Nega Arashi (ft. RLGN)
Release date shows today's date but no stock of this (or could possibly already be sold-out) in the following places:
Bandcamp, WW (Not for Russia) — http://bit.ly/PRIVATEPERSONS009BC
Lobster, UK — http://bit.ly/PRIVATEPERSONS009LR
Juno, UK — http://bit.ly/PRIVATEPERSONS009JR
Phonica, UK — http://bit.ly/PRIVATEPERSONS009PH
RedEye, UK — http://bit.ly/PRIVATEPERSONS009RE
Clone, NL — http://bit.ly/PRIVATEPERSONS009CL
OYE, DE – http://bit.ly/PRIVATEPERSONS009OYE
Decks, DE — http://bit.ly/PRIVATEPERSONS009DX
Deejay, DE — http://bit.ly/PRIVATEPERSONS009DJ
Cheers for sharing this Matthias. (Electro) Music truly transcends all...Time and SPACE....
One of my personal favorite Electro artists seems to have a new album ready to release (shortly) and therefore is teasing-us with a short clip of one of the tracks titled: "Me Myself Into The Future (Short Version)" via his Bandcamp page as well as a few behind-the-scenes clips showing "the making of" some of the tracks. Release is imminent (and personally, highly anticipated.)
As a current "Premium" Spotify subscriber (formerly a FREE Pandora user), I have to say that while I am sometimes impressed they have some Electro releases readily available (i.e was kind-of suprised to see stuff from Frank DeGroodt as "The Operator" as well as a number of Djax-Up-Beats releases), the quantity and quality are still not enough to satisfy my appetite. I have to admit owning well over 300GB's of music digitally (about 60% .MP3, the other 40% in .WAV format and growing) and some being vinyl records from my own collection I've digitized (and still have a ton more to record), I find that no one music streaming service satisfies my needs. I have my own storage system (small 2TB Western Digital NAS running two drives in RAID 1 / Mirrored config) that I could technically use to stream my own collection, but the mobile app lacks terribly in functionality and doesn't cache much nor compress the data. Not to mention, creating my own playlists is tedious. I've tried "Apple Music" as well (considering I'm an iDevice user), but I didn't find any additional releases that really would justify the switch (and quite frankly I am not a fan of iTunes.) Lastly, my mobile provider's 5GB monthly data allotment doesn't leave me much room to stream to my hearts content. Short of carrying a thumb drive I've loaded-up with my own collection, I'd dare say I kind-of wish I could find some folks willing to collaborate to design a small streaming music service to cater to our individual liking that could offer a reasonable compression scheme, a good "randomizing" algorithm, a huge selection of Electro (and in my case - Breaks from the early 90's through the early to mid-2000's) and a simple but intuitive user interface. Guess I'm asking a bit much but I wonder what services and constraints (if any) you all run into and if there's any of you that find yourselves in similar predicaments to mine in-regards to finding good (Electro / Bass / Breaks) music to listen to while on-the-go without having to put too much thought or effort into creating "Playlists" or even my own "Mixes" (which I haven't done in years since I don't have nearly the amount of "free time" nor inspiration to do-so.)
Mind-you in-regards to other genres of music, I really have no major complaints with Spotify currently, but I find the lack of (good) Electronic music (especially in the Electro / Bass / Breaks realm) rather discouraging.
Underground Resistance - The Final Frontier (UR003)
Merone - Soundscape (Electronique Lovelife / Djax-Up-301)
Insektoid - Uncalculated Motion In Space (Daughter Of Consciousness / MKX003)
TwoFourteen - Plugs (Esemplastic / MKX 11 LP)
N)E(M – Das Auge (Midimiliz Remix) - (Das Auge/Remixes / E 1101101)
Növö – I've Been Inoculed (I've Been Inoculed / PSI016)
Claro Intelecto – Section Part 2 (Section EP / Ai008)
Mekka – The Far Side (Deep Frequencies EP / CCR003)
ADJ & Pathic - Highdiver (Progress EP / PT004)
Tons more out there, and wish I had the time to keep going, but hopefully the aforementioned will keep your ears entertained.
First (Electro / Breaks) release I've seen or heard from Rabbit In The Moon in quite some time.
Entire title track can be previewed on their Soundcloud account:Content embedded from external sources will not be displayed without your consent.
Then in your case Steril, I could see how an MPC1000 would be better for your workflow. Since I use my MPC1000 as a Slave to Ableton Live 7 (and I do NOT use any outboard gear aside from the MPC), I would not mind having the MPC2000XL again. I would gladly trade if your MPC2000XL is fully functional and close to Mint Condition (and has a card-reader) (j/k, but not really)...
Hope you're able to find what works best for you...