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One of our most exciting artists on Muti Music, Subvert delivers gut wrenching basslines and funky midtempo beats that bring a unique and edgy perspective to Glitch Hop. Helping define the genre and sub-genres through constant exploration and always with sound-systems and the dancefloor in mind. This mix shows just how well Subverts take on the genre works, get ready for taking your fun seriously and getting down with this mix.
As a special gift and introduction to Klone :
- Download This Free Tune - Klone - Throwback
Klone:”As a small child I was blown away by Herbie Hancock’s “Rockit” and have been in love with electronic music every since.”
Our second new signing to Muti Music of 2009 is also our second south US based producer and he’s already receiving comparisons to another southern US based producer , i.e. Bil Bless AKA SOTEG / Disciple Grin .
Klone hails from a southern industrialist city, Birmingham Alabama, named after it’s UK counterpart and providing the ideal environment for urban expressionist music that is both melancholy, post apocalyptic and funky enough to move a dancefloor.
Klone has taken full advantage of this environment producing edgy music with synth leads that are both melancholy and pretty, sitting over tough beats and basslines that growl as much as they whomp and groove.
Following in a tradition of Muti artists who don’t stick to one tempo, Klone supplies four flavors that will fit right in with your 90 - 120 BPM collection.
Klone’s debut EP ‘The Push Effect’ is out on promo and exclusive rounds now and will be available everywhere in June 2009.
Grabbing his first turntables around 1999 being really into breaks, electro then garage and progressive breaks and then developing a growing love of glitchy breaks and dubstep. Klone also draws on influences from early techno 91′-92′era (Altern 8, Prodigy, Moby, Acen, Eon, KLF, Apotheosis) and BASS driven music like Dynamix II & Magic Mike.
Keep your ears peeled for a lot more from Klone in the near future.
Download and Rate a Free Tune from this release featured on the XLR8R Magazine blog:
An-ten-nae - Excursions In Acid
Muti025 - An-ten-nae - Acid Crunk EP 3 - Out now on Beatport
1. Djelem 4:11
2. Excursions In Acid 4:13
3. Tripping On Banana Peels (Dub) 4:19
4. Monkey In The Attic 4:35
5. Outersect - Ikodia (An-ten-nae RMX) 3:52
Track 5 Written by Rob Rayle - Remix and Additional production by An-ten-nae
File Under:Urban / Crunk / Instrumental Hip Hop / Breakbeat
An-ten-nae’s Acid Crunk EP 3 fulfills all the themes that have been featured in this ‘acid crunk’ series that has included remixes by Ghislain Poirier, Lawgiverz, Dov and vocal stylings of Samba. Once again Samba is featured, however An-ten-nae delves into his acid influences this time for a very deep and groovy session.
What are they saying about this release:
Nick (Interchill) : “Very cool … Liking this one lots. Also liking Nanda’s album”
Sneak-E Pete (Blunted Funk / Samurai FM) :”dope stuff, Adam should be proud of this…really diggin Djelem and Monkey in My Attic a lot…and the remix of Outersect, will definitely play out, and put on some upcoming Samurai FM mixes.”
Free Download ‘Fractal Elf’ by Heyoka from his EP ‘Space Case’
We’ve compiled some of the recent interviews press, podcasts and playlists that have featured Heyoka in the past year for your indulgence.
Interview on Morpheus Music:
Short review and feature:
Heyoka was not only noticed by us at Muti, but also had his first remix release on New York based Low Motion Recordings of a track by Sub Swara that has been doing well.
He has also been featured in a few great mixes and on various Radio shows and Podcasts, so we did the legwork for you and tracked down a bunch of them for your listening pleasure and we also in the process found many folks spinning Heyoka’s sound alongside a host of incredible talent :
Radio Show - WPGU 107.1FM - & featured on lincoln jones Blog
SacredDub.com Sacred Dub Podcast #046:
Properly Chilled Podcast Episode 11:
Welcome To Headspace:
The Indie Shift: Episode 2 feat. An-Ten-Nae, Amahla, Heyoka, Mauxaum, Da Saz and more
Benchun DJ Mix:
Datapusher- Dubventure II 070208 - An episode from Chill with The Chola:
Neuronaut’s Forect Ohms mix at Om Gardens:
also downloadable at
Another Podcast in Australia:
Dopecast148: The ULTIMATE I-Inhale Portable Vaporizer Review!
Mimosa has made his mark on the west coast sound and in the past two years has become one of the top west coast exports. This young producers energy while performing is magnetic; the word has spread fast and Mimosa has recently shared the stage with the likes Benga, Skream, Rusko, Datsik, Glitch Mob, ill.gates, Bassnectar and Flying Lotus, playing shows across the US and festivals like Coachella, Symbiosis Gathering, Burning Man and Decibel Festival.
Fans know Mimosa as someone who brings a ‘good-time’ energy that is as fierce as it is friendly, taking them on journeys through urban chaos and ecstasy.
Mimosa production expertise have been in high demand and collaborations with Marines Parades’ Panty Raid have been featured on Mary Anne Hobbs BBC radio show. His track ‘Lights In The Night’ composed with Sleepyhead as ‘Sexytime’ was also featured on the ‘Symbiosis Gathering 2009 Compilation’ along with artists Eskmo, Beats Antique and ‘An-ten-nae’ amongst others and his past two releases ‘Flux For Life’ & ‘Hostilis’ have shown an ability to move effortlessly between Dubstep, Glitch Hop and Experimental Hip Hop.
You can Buy Mimosa - Hostilis here
Download Mimosa vs Collie Buddz - Come Around - free here
Introducing Subvert – pK / Muti Music / Rottun Recordings / Shambhala Music Festival.
What started out as an introduction and a remix project turned us ‘on’ to one of Canada’s rising stars of bass driven crunky beats in the form of “Subvert’.
His tracks have been doing promo rounds and have made regular appearances in the sets of Bassnectar, Ill Gates (The Phat Conductor) & Dov amongst others.
Subvert hails from Calgary, Alberta and his winding path in music started in 1996. Proof of his dedication to ‘Bass’ is in his track record of creating the world’s loudest competition vehicles, designing pK’s 90,000 watt sound system and managing the Village Stage at Shambhala Music Festival.
He started DJing in 2000 and combined with his extensive work on sound systems and attention to precision sound, he was ultimately & naturally led down the path to creating his own music productions and once again the low frequencies consumed him. Subvert’s sound is a combination of throbbing, relentless basslines, melodic strings and haunting pianos singing through midtempo glitch / acid crunk and dubstep. His attention to detail and the ability to tune into ‘bass that works’ can be felt in all of his music productions, he is an expert in the subsonic, the crowd and the show.
The past year has truly seen the emergence of Subvert as a recording artist, with a slew of new releases in the first half of 2008:
‘Subversion’ and ‘No Smokey Ganja’ on Rottun Recordings,
‘Bigtsteppa’ on Punch Out
and a recent remix of the Ill Gates smasher ‘Sweat Shop’ upcoming on Muti Music.
We are stoked to announce the forthcoming ‘Dirt Nap’ EP in addition to the ‘Sweat Shop’ remix coming out on Muti Music, the EP will include the tracks; ‘Size Matters’, ‘Curb Stomper’, ‘Dirt Nap’ and ‘Pump et Up’.
It’s all about the bass…..
You can download Subvert recent promotional mix which includes edits of many of these tracks below.
Download Subverts promo ‘Dirt Mix’ (95MB MP3 Download)
Bio : ill.Gates is a Toronto-based composer, performer and educator. Over the past 15 years, he has established a global fanbase and a reputation as one of the most dynamic electronic music artists around. He regularly tours across North America, Europe, Australia and Asia. Gates has headlined at such festivals as Burning Man, Shambala, the World Electronic Music Festival and the New Orleans Jazz Festival.
His first full-length release, Autopirate (Muti Music, 2008), reached #1 on many esteemed charts; and continues to sell strongly. Many of his contemporaries cite Gates (aka The Phat Conductor) as a key artistic influence and inspiration in their music. While on tour, Gates frequently teaches workshops to grateful and attentive audiences, in which he shares his highly effective approach to producing quality finished music as well as insights into the mentality and strategies necessary to succeed in the music business.
Recent highlights from his travels & adventures include:
> Having drinks with his namesake, Bill Gates; while playing a private party for Microsoft at the Sundance Film Festival (2010)
> A thriving creative partnership with the San Francisco-based bass music icon Bassnectar, including a chart-topping remix of ‘Maximum’ by DJ Vadim that sold so fast the duo were accused of chart hacking (2010)
> Recording a free album live in Vienna to be released in the Summer of 2010
> Developing Ableton Live production packs and tutorials for Eskamon, the new collaboration between Eskmo & Amon Tobin (2010)
> Headlining the world’s first concert for the deaf, using Emoti-Chairs developed by the Alternate Sensory Input Devices (ASID) Lab at Ryerson University (2009)
> Dance accompaniment by world-famous Chinese dancer Dino to his song ‘Eggplantation’ in front of a massive live audience in Singapore, which led to licensing of Autopirate in Korea (2009)
> A collaboration with the A/V & performance art collective Advanced Peace Technologies (APT) in San Francisco, resulting in an acclaimed short film (2008/09)
> Composing ‘Adagio for Disney Hall and Coffee Grinder’ for an upcoming DVD by architect Frank Gehry which explores the relationship between architecture and music (2008)
“…speaker-shaking bass lines and big-time breakbeats that kept the crowd dancing through every element of his ever-evolving set… glitched out hip-hop, cut-up vocals, reggae twists and all the grime you’d ever need or want on a Saturday night in the city.” ~Duke LaRock, sinninginla.com
Since releasing Mammals On the Brink Timonkey’s productions have been evolving into even more diverse textured sounds and beats, his recent Cloud City EP turned even more heads and has proven to be appealing to fans of Trip Hop, Dub, downtempo, Illbient and Glitch Hop.
May 2008 will see the release of Timonkeys new album ‘Cerulea’ that takes the listener on a journey through all the tasty leftfield genres that we’re fast coming to expect from Timonkey.
The album will be available on CD and in digital formats. Check out Timonkey’s two recent mixsets below which include some of the forthcoming material.
For booking Timonkey contact him: here
The Middle Path, a DJ mix by Timonkey 57:59
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0:30 Vibesquad: Funk Iz (Proboscis Records)
3:43 Timonkey: Something (unreleased)
8:07 Tom Burbank: Gnats (Planet Mu)
9:22 Spacek: Slow Baby Dubb (Sound in Color)
11:08 Point B: Miscreants (Colony Productions)
15:31 Sharps: New Grind (Saedos Records)
18:49 Jean Jaques Perry & Luke Vibert: Dream 106 (Lo Recordings)
22:56 Wisp: Reminder (Moodgadget Records)
26:42 Kilowatts: Azure (Muti Music)
33:35 Sevenark: Composite (Colony Productions)
35:55 Elliot Lipp: Fever (Metatronix)
38:05 Boreta: Lobegrinder (Glitch Mob Unlimited)
38:52 EVAC: Pixel Scrub (Unreleased)
41:15 Eprom: Shlop (Addictech Records)
44:41 Ooah: Stomp The Yard (Muti Music)
45:51 Lemongrass: Coral Reef (Lemongrassmusic)
49:58 Timonkey: Cloudcity (Muti Music)
55:56 Kiln: Isthmus Krest (Ghostly International)
Borealis, a DJ mix by Timonkey 52:20
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0:00 Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto: Moon
1:06 Kilowatts: Burn
3:07 Vector Lovers: Dusk Panorama
5:52 Modeselektor: Silikon (Siriusmo remix)
9:22 Timonkey: Re-ocre 3
12:56 Dee Work: Signs Recorder
15:01 Slicker: Frustrache
16:36 Noah Pred: Headgames
19:50 Timonkey: Spacious
22:34 Momu: Sunsicle
25:03 Cari Lekebush: Capsule Mentality
28:03 Ed Solo & Skool of Thought: Believe In The Funk
32:04 Sayr: Look 2 The Future
36:19 Raster: Spiral Transform
38:18 Bill Bless: Concept of Nature (Habersham remix)
42:19 Twerk: From Green to Brown
43:56 Lusine: Slur
46:49 Dzihan & Kamien: Deep Kitsch
Suff-x AKA Bryce Elder has sought to push the boundaries of breakbeats in the Pacific Northwest for over ten years and also been featured at gigs alongside Uberzone, Terry ‘Atomic’ Hooligan, KiloWatts, Tipper, Radioactive Man, Ben Milstein, Kraddy, Dov & Bil Bless and many more luminaries of the breakbeat / electro scenes.
His connection to Muti Music began with a ‘Virus Crew’ gig that Muti owner ‘Dov’ played at in 2002, there meeting the very unique and standout talent in the form of Suff-x.
This chance meeting resulted in a few years of back and forth with Suff-x coming down to San Francisco to be featured alongside Radioctive Man AKA Keith Tenniswood, Dov & Kraddy venturing up to Portland and Seattle to play with Suff-x and Terry Hooligan and then sharing the stage that Suff-x put together at the Phoenix Festival that also featured Ben Milstein and Dave Tipper.
In the picture Kraddy, Terry ‘Atomic’ Hooligan, Dov and Suff-x ‘post-gig’ in Seattle
Suff-x shows up at gigs with what looks like a regular DJ coffin and when he opens it up reveals one of the most unique live setups most people have seen, setting him well apart form most ‘laptop’ live sets and DJs alike.
His armada of gear includes two samplers, X/Y controller pads, DJ mixer and a multitude of little gadgets that blink, glow and glitter in nightclub settings.
He juggles tracks, effects, broken tidbits, squiggly snippits, and boogie-down basslines off of his dual samplers set up in battle-style fashion, giving a nod to his turntablist counterparts–the majority of which wouldn’t keep up versus a “scratch mode” session on his korg kaoss mixer!
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