Download the forthcoming Greg Reve - Unveiled EP Free now simply by liking the Greg Reve Facebook page:
The EP also features Anti-Pop Consortium and Tasha Baxter and ranges from some of the most dynamic Drum & Bass you’ve heard to pounding edgy Dubstep and ethereal deep Trip-Hop, get it freee while you can now.
So there is a wave of up and coming producers making their own mark on Glitch Hop with sounds that are specifically tailored around what folks are calling a ‘west coast’ sound. Many of these guys , the artists on the Headtron roster in particular are touring playing original sets of Hip Hop and Jazz inspired beats that are as melodic and pretty as they also have sub driven and bassline driven beats, hence making their own unique imprint on bass music. Read some of the recent reviews on Disciples of Headtron Vol I here:
The Acid Crunk sound has gone global and support on this latest compilation is reflecting it with reviews in German mags Eclat Mag, Ox Mag, Tonspion GmbH as well as Italian mags Chain D.L.K and Wickidstyle and then also in ClubbingSpain. Airplay has expanded to Yugoslavia, UK, Spain, Italy, Germany, Hungary, US, Canada, Falklands, Chile, Brazil, New Zealand and Australia and we are sure that the crunk vibes will spread themselves as they are heard more.
For a quick snippet of some online media support check out these Blogs: http://intotheam.com/an-ten-nae-presents-acid-crunk-vol-4/ and http://lessthan3.com/#/2011/12/san-francisco-wubs
Son of Kick is now on his From Here’ European Tour and getting much love including being featured on Polish National TV, performing on French OuiFM and rocking nights in France, Germany, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Israel and the U.K. check the full tour dates and cities here: http://hphotos-sea1.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc7/297462_10150372608204728_106350034727_7818238_727905853_n.jpg.
Some reviews of the ‘From Here’ release can be found here:
You can buy the release here: http://itunes.apple.com/fr/album/from-here-feat.-rqm-remixes-ep/id473163607
Some great support and reviews have been coming through as ill.Gates has defied genre conformities and once again pushed the envelope to a new level on his album ‘The ill.Methodology’.
To celebrate this release, ill.Gates’ collaboration with Mimosa, “Never Alone,” is available as a free download for readers and fans. Visit http://illgates.com/music/the-ill-methodology/ for posting materials including art, download links, streaming players and widgets.
Help spread the word by sharing the link to the album preview page at http://illgates.com/?p=1482.
Read some of the reviews so far:
Low Frequency Observer seems like they know there bass music and Glitch Hop, here’s what they have to say about Nanda - Cry Of The Ages: ” His version of the sonic assault is conveyed with strategic use of thick low end, well crafted percussion, the warmest synths ever, and tons of good vibes put into the production. He is in the club of the elusive genre shifting artists that can only be defined as “duuude, you just gotta listen.” Luckily for you he just unleashed a monster LP for your mind expanding pleasure. Cry of the Ages, a 13 track journey through many different emotions and points in time, takes you further than you could ever expect to go. nanda creates a lush soundscape that reflects his super positive modest projection of himself.” read more here: http://www.lowfreq.com/2011/09/no-crying-for-nanda-only-of-the-ages/