Click the link at top for a YouTube playlist of my nine tracks so far.
As I have resigned myself to the fact it will take a while before I have a video I want made properly for any of my tracks - in the interim I’ve put them all on youtube with the image I created for each track.
I am now going to link them all.
Normal anime programming will probably return thereafter.
God Within - Daylight (Dreamerdreamsalone)
Scott Hardkiss RIP
1993 Remix Project
Hyper On Experience - Lords Of The Null Lines (Bright Lights Remix)
Ibiza Records - Untitled Promo (Pulp Fiction Café scene sample)
…::://The 1993 Remix Project \::…
The House Crew - Euphoria (Nino’s Dream) Bright Lights 2013 Remix
Respectful and brilliant tribute to the House Crew classic by Bright Lights. From the ongoing ‘20th Anniversary Of The Hardcore Years’ project.
Spiral Tribe - Seven
…//::Raytrace - Colony Drop (Snip 7)::\…
The new acidline is Audiorealism Bassline for Reason (Rack Extension). I really like it’s sound and it is REALLY good fun to hook it up to the Matrix Pattern Sequencer in Reason and indeed The Echo (Delay Unit).
(I’m guessing a fair few people that follow this tumblr will recognise what the name and image refers too :) )
Hyper On Experience - Lords Of The Null Lines
The original and by far my favourite mix. I’ve probably posted this before but fuck it: it’s brilliant. It just came up on my random playlist in Winamp and reminded me of it’s genius. It was on the amazing Suburban Base and Moving Shadow album ‘The Joint’, which I got on vinyl back then and loved pretty much every track.
Another interesting thing about this track is that you can kinda hear the emphasis starting to be put more on the kick and snare as opposed to the crunchy break samples in between, which obviously led to the kick/snare type ‘DnB’ sound which to be honest, I don’t really like at all - I love the crunchiness and air of those old breakbeats.
In fact to me this was such a turning point and snapshot in time in hardcore/jungle/DnB evolution that I didn’t actually even bother getting ‘The Joint II’ when it came out, my friend’s had it, but I wasn’t too into it, to me it had already gone too sub-bass and sparse-beats type sound for my liking, definitely more THC than MDMA ;).