Dj Mist – Kpoc Label Podcast.025

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Dj Mist

“Kpoc Label Podcast.025″

[KoPod025] Kopoc Label Podcast.025 – Dj Mist

TL:

1)north hive-immersion
2)Unknown Artist -[Knowone LP001]
3)Echo delta-anodyne
4)Andrea Cichecki-Subjective
5)Unknown Artist-Knowone 001
6)Izzat Man-Dub Wave One
7)Hubble -India
8)Donato Dozzy-Untitled C2
9)thomas koner-La Barca(hour five)
10)Carl Craig-a wonderful life

Mixed by Dj Mist

Cover by Raúl G.

Niccolo Machiavelli – Duga 3

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Niccolo Machiavelli

“Duga 3″

[Kpl028] Niccolo Machiavelli – Duga 3 ep

1. Niccolo Machiavelli – 0.8 MHZ

2. Niccolo Machiavelli – CS-137

3. Niccolo Machiavelli – UVB-76

Niccolo Machiavelli – Duga 3 EP – Release Notes
Genre – Techno / Dub Techno
3 tracks based on all things secretive. Numbers Stations, Listening posts, Soviet intelligence services…
UVB-76 = A numbers station lead breaks track with plenty of dub influences and atmosphere.
CS-137 = A droning roller of a techno track with plenty of dub rumbles.
0.8 MHz = Pure chord lead dub techno

Niccolo Machiavelli is a London based producer releasing across the genres from ambience through to techno. With releases on labels including Deeptakt, Black Elk, Drift Deeper, Deep Electronics and Silent Flow, Niccolo fuses dub production values with dense atmospheres. On the Dj front Niccolo has supported Fluxion and G.R.I.T at Astral Industries London.

Written and Produced by Neil Slotnik
Mastered by Neil Slotnik
Cover art by John Fhakner

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Koen Daigaku – Three Works

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Koen Daigaku

“Three Works”


EPV_174

■ bonus item
wallpaper (iPhone6, iMac, Macbook pro)

all tracks by Koen Daigaku
artwork by ono & Koen Daigaku

[artist info]
http://epv-artists.tumblr.com/post/119253397287/koen-daigaku
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Amigos de Cooptrol – Misterio

Amigos de Cooptrol

“Misterio”

Amigos de Cooptrol (Friends of Cooptrol) is a compilation of Uruguayan electronic music artists. The purpose of this compilation is to integrate and promote artists from the Uruguayan electronic music scene. These 26 tracks were produced exclusively for this compilation. The artists were given two simple guidelines: to make a “misterious” track, and to keep its duration under 3.30 minutes. The tracks are in alphabetical order of artist names. If you click on each track you can see the artist info and image.

Periodo Particular – Minima Comun Oscilacion

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Periodo Particular

“Minima Comun Oscilacion”

Publicación centrada en el techno de rítmica lineal, donde la
lisérgica atmósfera y el acid se hacen dueños del ep.
Periodo Particular rompe su faceta de remixador y nos presenta
nuevamente su manera de entender el techno, con un ojo en el pasado,
olvidarse de las modas y sentir las máquinas. Aislamiento para
expandir la mente.
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Alisú – Nave Afrodita

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Alisú

“Nave Afrodita”

Tomando las riendas de Modismo Alisu nos ofrece una solida entrega con sus composiciones más bailables hasta la fecha. Una obra que se aero-desliza sobre las acuosas profundidades sonoras que Alisú acostumbra transitar.
Sabiduría oriental y reflejos felinos reverberan bajo estas nuevas piezas, efectivamente acompañadas por suculentos ejercicios de reconstrucción, moldeando una joya de la artesanía tecnológica, servida como una invitación a volar en primera clase.

Javier Moraga Salazar

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The Dubbstyle – Simona

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The Dubbstyle

“Simona”

The brothers Mauro Waro Salina and Federico Bindub Salina started making their first appearances to the public five years ago, as djs in the local scene of the city of Mendoza, Argentina. Soon they started incorporating in their sets their own compositions. This happened in the middle of year 2012, when the two djs started demonstrating and promoting their own music through various events in different venues. Their sound is a mixture of trip hop, reggae and dubstep, presented to the audience in a live dubwise style.

In the late 2012 Waro decided to commit himself totally to the bass and Bindub took the role of the Dub Master. That is how THE DUBBSTYLE was born, a live dub project from Argentina, in the spirit of the new breed of dub acts combining live sounds with the traditional on-stage dubbing. They perform as a duo in Mendoza, Valparaiso (Chile) and Cordoba.

During their live shows there is a very distinct stage presence with them dressed up as monkeys, staying anonymous to the public. Nevertheless, it is the originality of their sound their big asset. Especially during their lives, their sound enters into new dimensions with the addition of many guest musicians on drums, guitar, percussion and horns.

Although quite new in the dub scene, they have already released halfway of 2013 their first EP titled “Blood Fire”, a self-release that can be downloaded for free from their own webpage. It is through that release that they were discovered by Dubophonic and were included in the compilation Explorations in Dub with the track Alive, while they also appeared on the Red Star Martyrs’ EP Time for tea serving their own recipe of Mint tea.

SIMONA is the firts EP on Dubophonic by The Dubbstyle. It includes six brand new tracks by the Argentinian duo, juggling between trip hop beats, dubstep, traditional South America melodies and reggae, all presented in their own original dubwise style. We have included also an unreleased cut of their first track “Bloodfire”, specially reconstructed for this release, featuring Enzo Furiasse on the live trombone, properly dubbed and spaced out. With these words said, please welcome the new heavyweight dub sound from Mendoza! The Dubbstyle!

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Mauro Martinuz – Suez Ep

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Mauro Martinuz

“Suez Ep”

Tracklist:
1…..Suez Stadium
2…..Moon Beach
3/4..Jul Street (the Ferry Rd)

Written,produced,recorded and enginered by Mauro Martinuz at Transfert studio in Berlin.
Additional musician: Luca Sella.
Artwork by: Michele Servadio .

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Wings of an Angel – Who Is Incomprehensible?

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Wings of an Angel

“Who Is Incomprehensible?”

Life swirls and twirls without an end to infinity, and so do we… There’s nothing stable and coherent, as much as we’d like to believe that divine lie. The best, perhaps most creative, example of this perception is the stupendous cinematic experience – Holy Motors (2012) which demonstrates exactly that – the infinitude of roles, masks and scripts we follow daily – who to a radical degree and who moderately and consciously. This album speaks of this and more so; it is a transitional passage for me, an omen of an old-new beginning – the transformation of my long-awaiting master-plan from abstract theory into practice. Meaning, creating my own brute universe of otherworldly classical music, which is loosely based on pseudo-coherent ideas of sound, rhythm, motion etc’. But at the same breath is second to none in its far-out bold vision of what an alternative universe of music could be.
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Taker 51 – Lorem Ipsum

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Taker 51

“Lorem Ipsum”

Happy Puppy is pleased to add the music of Taker 51 from Spain to our little home on the net. It’s the personal project of Raul Díaz, where he blends an organic mix of electric and acoustic sounds, ranging from ambient to industrial.

I supposed it would be labeled as ‘post-rock’ (a term I’ve never really understood), but there’s also some nice progressive rock elements, as heard on the opening track “Supercell”. It’s got lots of cool synths, guitars and drums. It’s nicely arranged, produced and played and we hope you enjoy it as much as we.

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