Posts Tagged ‘netlabels’

“1893 (Panic)” by Kaiza feat. Try and Error and “Intense” by Kaiza feat. Shots have been released on a spanish netlabel called Sick Brain Recordings:

Kaiza feat.Try and Error – “1893 (Panic)” -> 320 kbps mp3
Kaiza feat. Shots – “Intense” -> 320 kbps mp3


“Syph” by Try and Error feat. Kaiza has been released on a free download EP of a russian netlabel called Dead Cat Recordings:

A.Dextems – “Sadness”
B.Dextems – “High Carbonated”
C.Try and Error – “Lux”
D.Try and Error feat. Kaiza – “Syph”



Nu:Gen, T-FREE and T3K Recordings join forces to present three tracks for free which results in the “We Are Set EP”. Each label presents a tune from one of their artists: Valevo and Duzer represent the Nu:Gen sound with “Tetris”, T-FREE brings Bowser‘s remix of the legendary “Sourcream” and T3K Recordings contributes the 2010 Kaiza Remake of Kaiza & Shots‘ “Purple View” (original on T-FILE020).

Duzer + Valevo – “Tetris” –> 320 kbps mp3
Bowser – “Sourcream RMX” –> 320 kbps mp3
Kaiza & Shots’ “Purple View” (Kaiza 2010 VIP) –> 320 kbps mp3

All-in-one: .rar achrive (including artwork)

“Qntinuom” by Kaiza + Shots has been released on the free download debut LP of the newly started label Infectech Recordings, located in Santiago in Chile:

A – Malicious – Phalanx
B – Antichristus – Perverse Suffering
C – AirJ – Born From Hell
D – Kaiza & Shots – Qntinuom
E – Braincrack – Machine Mind
F – Greyone – Prosepaetsya
G – Killswitch – Dancefloor Slaughter
H – Peter Kurten – Diaposal of the body
I – Valvegod – Infect3d
J – Weirdo – I or Them

Free download:
–> .rar archive

INTECHLP001 APOCALYPTICISM : Born From Hell Volume 1
The first realesed will be a virtual LP,
loaded with different drum & bass subgenres such as Neurofonk,
some Techstep, technoid and even the darkest Darkstep.
In this launching you will find songs from important worldwide
producers who will welcome the first chilean dark drum and bass label.
WARNING, the massive infection now begin!

i love this tune! 100% standard structure, BUT the core loop is exactly what my ears and heart want.
the first time i listened to it, i thought: standard, standard, very annoying synth. but i did not stop, i continued listening. even the repeated drumroll sweep sound at the end of every breakdown and outro did not make me stop listening, i only laughed. when the tune was at the end, i started it again. and when it was at the end again, i started it a third time. and then a forth time. (4 rewinds on first play!) then i checked it against some other tunes, and decided that i want to release it :)

Effect‘s debut tune “Fragmentation” came out
as T-FREE067 in 2009. After that, he released
five tunes on two other labels, Sick Brain
and Fish Recordings. With “Logic” he returns
to T-FREE and demonstrates his accomplishments.

–> 320 kbps mp3

Once upon a time, a bunch of crazy music heads came together and decided to create a monster.
Ladies and gentlemen: Bassdrum & Bass!

–> 320 kbps mp3

Drillcut has been producing electronic music since 2003, using different names for different styles (his other names are SpubteD, Tecimal and c13360). Aside from producing, he has been a DJ since 2002 and also does live-act performances since 2008. His first releases with Techhouse came in 2008 and now in 2010 he starts releasing Drum & Bass, again as a total newcomer despite his experience. His debut tune “Assembly” might be surprising to the unsuspecting ears of curious listeners.. Some details are reminiscent of Minimal Techno, but the tune is far from the Minimal DNB hype. Its multiple bassdrums, fast click-percussions and the overall rather technoid sounddesign in combination with the somewhat disorientated pads do exactly what hundreds of bigname producer-djs keep promising: breaking down musical borders and creating a new aesthetical approach to old music.

–> 320 kbps mp3

After their two recent releases on T-Files (“Virulence” as T-FILE029, “Arsenic” and “The Dead Man Walking” on T-FILE-EP013), Messieurs Colmant deliver this lovely streamlined technoid tool on T-FREE. Go check their alias “Antichristus” and their own label Evil Beats Recordings; and while you are at it, give a listen to “Arythmia” by Peter Kurten and Dead Kat (Amalgam 003 vinyl) because it is one of the wickedest Drum & Bass tunes ever!

–> 320 kbps mp3

T-FREE078 is a joint venture between the still relatively unknown russian duo Osh and the quite well established russian artist Enei who already had a bunch of tunes released digitally and on CD plus 10 vinyl releases on labels like Blue Saphir, Cyanide, Fokuz, Hospital’s Med School, Icarus etc. Their collaboration tune “Bloop” nicely rolls out some dirty midrange riffs over a 2-step beat with a lovely classic techsteppy feel and a warm bassline.

–> 320 kbps mp3

Budoka has recently released 4 new tunes digitally via Tilt-Recordings / T-Files, and gives out an older tune via T-FREE now: “Engine” is an unreleased party roller tool from early 2007 (new mixdown done in 2009). After downloading this tune here for free, go check out Budoka’s new “Echoes” EPs! (Echoes EP pt.2, Echoes EP pt.1)

–> 320 kbps mp3

Quite exactly one year after “Kira” [T-FREE056], Air J returns to T-FREE with a remix of Larrge‘s debut tune “Black Hole” [T-FREE074]. This remix keeps the essence of the original’s qualities (“100% technoid, free of melody but not “hard”), keeping a complete focus on rythm and percussion. It increases the intensity with a 4/4 bassdrum and gets quite schranzy, but it keeps rolling and does not turn to the Gabba side of the force. So, Air J does honour to the tune and to himself. Those who like the original should love the remix!

–> 320 kbps mp3

Anode is one half of Gravity Zero, a duo from Osaka, Japan who have released 3 tunes on Digital Venom and one on T-FREE [T-FREE048] in 2008. Now, he makes his solo artist debut on T-FREE with this lovely piece entitled “Spread”. It could be said to be influenced not only by classical Techno sound but also by Goa-Trance, showing Anode’s ability to combine technoid structures and counterdynamic rythmic textures with deeply musical content and melodic themes. For 2010, he has more of his solo tunes signed to Equinox and other labels… coming soon. It is highly recommended to keep an eye on him!

–> 320 kbps mp3

Two tunes involving Kaiza, Shots, Try and Error and The Necroid Project have been released on the netlabel Necroïd Recordings (NCRD-002, MMX EP) on 2010-01-03:

Kaiza + Shots + The Necroid Project – “Murder On The Dancefloor” –> 320 kbps mp3 (mirror)
Kaiza + Try And Error – “Traffik” –> 320 kbps mp3 (mirror)

“Starkstrom” by Kaiza and Shots has been released on the netlabel Internet Recordings (www003) on 2009-12-07:

Kaiza + Shots – “Starkstrom” –> 320 kbps mp3 (mirror)

Kaiza from Mannheim is without doubt the most active Techno-DNB artist in Germany. He was one of the first artists to systematically focus on this style together with his former studio partner amex and actually coined the term “Techno-DNB” in early 2004. He has actively shaped this music and the scene on many levels ever since its official formation in 2005, and in 2009 alone he has produced over 70 tunes together with Shots, Try and Error, Isotop, D-Struct, Bassrk, Eiton, Mefjus and other artists; plus he released over 40 of them in all formats and on numerous labels, including his own digital imprint T3K and his mother label Tilt-Recordings (& T-Files), which he co-founded in 2003, and the affiliate netlabel T-FREE. Aside from producing and releasing technoid Drum & Bass, maintaining his own label for technoid Drum & Bass and playing mostly Neurofunk and technoid Drum & Bass when being booked to events, Kaiza has been covering almost all facets of Drum & Bass in his mixes over the past years, but also Reggae/Dancehall, Dubstep, House, Techno and Hiphop. Furthermore he has been hosting the weekly and versatile Drum & Bass radio show DMF since 2001 and used to organize parties for Drum & Bass, Dubstep, Techno, House and Breaks in the Mannheim area.

Shots is a very talented and crazy producer hailing from Palatinate (near Mannheim) in Germany. He first appeared at the surface of the scene with his fulminant debut “Burning Identity” (together with his long time studio partner Isotop) on T-FREE in early 2008 and then released a handful of collaborations with Isotop and The Phalanx plus three solo tunes on Tilt-Reordings (& T-Files), T-FREE, Wayside and T3K; and he started to occasionally make tunes together with Kaiza in fall 2008. In the course of 2009, the two artists put out 6 straight collaborations and 10 more tunes together with Isotop on vinyl, digital labels and netlabels like Metafiziq, Abducted, Fish Recordings and Anxiety Disorder and of course the already mentioned Kaiza affiliated labels. And still there are many more tunes on the release schedule…


Tags: bleep, dark, Drum & Bass, electro, Germany, Kaiza, Shots, stomp, tech, Techno-DNB, technoid.

www003: Kaiza + Shots – “Starkstrom” (free 320 kbps mp3) by Internet Recordings

Larrge is a DJ and producer from Sevilla, Spain. He has been deejaying for 12 years and finally made the next step to producing tunes in 2008. “Black Hole” is his debut: a functional tune, 100% technoid, free of melody but not “hard”. It is built on rhythm and variation, laying out a texture of interconnecting percussion loops. Larrge obviously know what kind of tunes a DJ needs in his sets, and he does cater that need. Soon, more of his works will be coming on other netlabels such as Necroid and Fish Recordings.

–> 320 kbps mp3