November 18, 2010 - Posted by dj umb
FUTURE BASS SPACE:
1. GEORGE LENTON
3. GLITCH MOB/BORETA
5. ZERO ONE
8. FITZ AMBRO$E
9. MANSIONS ON THE MOON
George does it again.
This time he re-invents himself with some gorgeous electronic soundscapes to take you into the year 3000.
Ladies & Gentleman, we are floating in space…..
One of my favourite current producers creates yet another beauty.
He says it’s a “rework of Wendy Renee’s “After Laughter”!
The original is a gorgeous track from an artist that I’d never heard of before until I checked out the reference for the Apologies track.
I’ve stuck up the vid for the original for completeness sake.
Thanks for the intro to Wendy Renee man, I think I’m gonna check out more of her stuff now!
Wow, this is an awesome remix!
Boreta was asked to remix one of his favorite songs from one of his favorite artists — Nosaj Thing’s “Coat of Arms.” Nosaj is on tour right now. Visit http://nosajthing.com for dates.
Read the full winter update from the mob here: http://www.theglitchmob.com/updates/488
Got into Sugarpill via my boy, GoldRush.
He’s too damn right to describe this as future bass, xcellent material here.
The first track is forthcoming on Gruntworthy Records and the other two tracks are free
With over 14 years experience in the hip hop and electronic dance communities, zero one has come to be known as an outlet of powerful production and stage presence. His recent production credits include artists such as 2mex, Ariano, Castor Pollux, Oddity, Iota Arcane, Life Rexall, Ed OG, Dizzy Dustin, the 47′s and many more currently in the works.
Zero One’s recording and engineering credits lend a hand to his wide array of production ranging from heavy boom bap hip hop tracks to deep and moody downtempo and glitch music. As a fan of turntablism and scratch music, Zero brings a party-rocking vibe to each performance.
Alongside production partner DJ/Producer John Massey as the Dysposable Heroes, the catalog is expanded into nearly any and every genre of music. Working as the full time DJ and engineer for Southern California hip hop group, Gutter Water Music, his list of talent he has played alongside is vast, including artists such as DJ Vadim, Cut Chemist, DJ Drez, Rass Kass, Chino XL, C-Rayz Walz, Abstract Rude, Aceyalone, Tha Liks, Psycho Realm, and many many more.
With a budding career in Glitch music and Downtempo, we can look forward to a long series of releases of originals and remixes in 2010 and 2011.
This dude is based in Leicester, UK and this track is kinda good man.
Remixed by an outfit called Mental Martians based in India, track shows a glimmer of promise and so I await to hear more.
Put out your space suits and reload your lazahblastahs we are goin on a neonlight mission.
We got 13 mindbleeping Rmxes from Doshy tunes who already killed some kneecaps out there on the dancefloors.
This digital laserpie contains rmxes from Monky, Rudi Zygadlo, CocoBryce & Halp, Demokracy,
Zeno, Pixelord,P45, Curtamos, Lakritze, Didjelirium, Esia and Doshy himself.
10001011001010100beepbeep if u still know what I mean!!!!!
Here 4 crazy earblowing freermx(320) out of the ep:
Fitz Ambro$e (CA) is a Tokyo based producer originally hailing from remote eastern Canada. A beat maker with deep roots in 80’s soul & r’n'b, 90′s hip-hop and space funk, Fitz creates stripped-down synthetic hip-hop filled with electronic intricacies, hi-score hits and laser beam sheen.
‘Tameeka’ features contribution from long time collaborator Devonwho (Klipmode, USA) fresh from remix duties for Dam Funk on Stones Throw.
A follow up remix E.P featuring very special guests is planned for release very soon.
MANSIONS ON THE MOON
So Diplo’s also getting in on the Lazer Bass theme with this really brilliant new project by indie/electronic trio Mansions On The Moon.
This is REALLY great stuff man, like chilled out, space-age, flower power and I’m really feeling it.
Here’s a mix that you can download.
You can also download the individual tracks HERE