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10 Oct 11
Played by: Deepchild
20 Apr 09
Played by: Psytox (Coincidence, Kozzmozz), Bop, Karizma /Kaytronik /K2, Shadow Dancer, Quarion, Skream, Annie Mac, Rob Da Bank, Benji B Playlists, Mary Ann Hobbs, Mr Scruff, Juno Download, Gilles Peterson, Martyn, Autodidakt, Trg, Perc, N-Type, Shiny Chichin, Don-Ray, Dubstep Forum Awards, Dubstep Forum Awards
19 Mar 12
Review: After the rip-roaring success of Ghost People, Martyn continues his relationship with Brainfeeder by issuing forth a new track. "Hello Darkness" is burdened with a whopping great synth line and a ruff rhythmic undercurrent, making it both emotional and primal in the same beat. When the heavy drama of the lead synth falls away the track really comes into its own, letting the bassline dread seep out in all its glory. L-Vis 1990 and Bok Bok opt for a stark, strange take on "Bauplan" in the remix department, while Redshape bolts some uncharacteristic clattering breaks onto his version of "We Are You In The Future". Awesome.
01 Feb 10
Played by: Psytox (Coincidence, Kozzmozz), Paul Mac, Alex Dallas (The Lost Men,drumpoet), Steve Pain, Deepchild, Jon Dasilva, Juno Recommends Techno, Juno Recommends Dubstep, Jamie Behan (Bastardo Electrico), Chris Liebing
Review: The second set of remixes of Dutch producer Martyn sees three more top names take on songs from the incredible Great Lengths album. As a digital exclusive, UK Funky star Roska takes on one of the biggest tunes from the album, These Words. Dropping the tempo down a little, Roska adds his distinctive beats to the track, which work well with the vocal courtesy of dBridge. The effect is funky, but still retains the ghostly and moving vibe of the original.
German Ben Klock also puts a haunting Minimal edge on Is This Insanity? Losing the tabla drums but keeping the husky vocal from Spaceape, Klock's arrangement is thrillingly sparse and perfect, and a nice departure from the Martyn original. Manchester's Illum Sphere, who's been getting attention from Radio 1 to Radiohead of late, also does a neat job with the epic Brilliant Orange, adding some tastefully off-kilter and hypnotic beats to the originally dry, beatless track. Some essential remixes from an already classic album.
Ken Ishii - Daybreak
29 Nov 10
18 Mar 13
Played by: Paul Mac, Scott Fell, Earl Grey, Nowakowski, Dusty / Jazz & Milk, Alkalino, Dairmount (Room With A View Recs), Roberto Rodriguez, Juno Recommends Techno, Tom (Shur-I-Kan) Szirtes, Commodore 69 (Hot N Heavy), Posthuman, Tom (Shur-I-Kan) Szirtes, Blind Prophet (South Fork Sound), Simonlebon, Resident Advisor, Tom Taylor, Ben Pearce
Review: Ahead of a forthcoming new album for Brainfeeder, Martyn drops this killer induction into Steffi's recently established Dolly Dubs imprint. The offshoot launched in relatively low key fashion late last year, with Swedish producer Staffan Lindberg at the helm. The addition of Steffi's compatriot Martyn is however big news, with the three track Newspeak EP the Dutchman's first proper release since Hello Darkness, the single that bookended his album for Brainfeeder in March of last year. Long term devotees of the 3024 boss's output should be familiar with the sub heavy snap of the title track which featured on his Essential Mix for Radio 1 last Spring, whilst lead track "Oceania" is a rolling, broken treat.