Posts Tagged ‘Electro’

The Prodigy @ Zap Club – UK 1994


Live recording of the legendary Prodigy from way back in 1994. Tearing through some of their biggest tracks they rip up Brightons Zap club.

Currently finishing off a new album Liam Howlett has revealed a few details about the new LP. The crazed frontman described the record as “pure violent energy.” He also teased fans with a few track names, like Beyond The Death Ray, Nasty Nasty, Wall Of Death and Rottweiler.

Speaking about the state of current music, Howlett said that “dance music across all types has become formula-based…It’s “Here’s your drum fill, here’s your build.” All that DJ bollocks and tutorials on YouTube shit. This album is totally organic.”
The album currently has no title or release date, although it’s expected at some point next year. It will be The Prodigy’s first LP since 2009’s Invaders Must Die.

Enjoy this classic recording while you wait.

01. Speedway
02. Voodoo People
03. Rhythm Of Life
04. Poison
05. Out Of Space
06. Now Hear Dis
07. Their Law
08. No Good (Start The Dance)
09. Claustrophobic Sting
10. Break & Enter
11. One Love
12. Gabba

Kraftwerk – It’s more fun to compute (Busy P Remix)


This ones a little older than I usually post but after discovering this over the weekend I just had to get it up on the blog. You may have grabbed this already but Busy P’s cracking electro breaks remix of the legendary Kraftwerk should definitely have a home in your sets if not.

Freerange Djs – Wild Card


Some boomin’ 4×4 business from the Freerange Dj’s on offer now. The South West boys let loose “Wild Card”, a free track they’ve been destroying dancefloors with over the last few years.

A real bumping b-line is underpinned by some slammin beats and a dirty as fook vibe. Get on this people!

Wuki – Nest HQ MiniMix


Newcomer Wuki delivers a fresh and on point mini mix for Skrillex’s Nest imprint. Full of booty bass, breaks, and electro its wicked to see such a large label supporting the breaks sound.

The mix is stacked full of  his own originals, collabs, and remixes and some of the freshest broken sounds around. Expect big tings from Wuki!

Eyes Everywhere – Marlon Brando (Wuki Remix)
Jesse Slayter & Wuki – That’s Right
Ape Drums – She Move That
Branko – Dirty Works
Kanye West – Gold Digger (Wuki Bootleg)
Doctor Jeep & Obey City – Dem Hoes (Jesse Slayter Bootleg)
Sinden & Pilo – Night Visions
Wuki – Hot
Ape Drums – Move That Butt (Wuki Remix)
Wuki – Same Damn Sound (Jace Mek Remix)
Tony Quattro- ???
Freak Nasty – Da Dip (Wuki Remix)
Wuki – Talk
Skrillex & Kill the Noise – Recess (Valentino Khan Remix)
Mat Zo – Left to Right
Hearts Revolution – Kishi Kaisei (Wuki Remix)

Paris Burns – This Drug

paris Burns - This Drug

Known formerly for their hard hitting electro house sounds , brothers Dan & Alex drop this monster breaks track to shake up the floors.

Introducing “Kove” Mix

Introducing Kove" Mix

Kove has been smashing up dancefloors worldwide with his unique blend of bass heavy house and filthy d&b bangers. Check out his latest mix for a taste of the freshness!


1) Kove – Night Thought VIP : Unreleased

2) Kove – Open Ground : Kove – Kove-open-ground-prgram003-aa

3)Kove – Searching : Kove – Searching

4)Kove – Gone (6AM Mix) : Ramrecords – Kove-gone-6am-mix

5)Kove – Gobble : Kove – Gobble

6)Foxes – Holding On to Heaven (Kove Remix) : Iamfoxes – Holding-on-to-heaven-kove

7)Kove – Iodine : Kove – Kove-iodine-prgram003-a-clip

8)Kove – Camaro : Unreleased

9)Kove – On & On : Unreleased

10)Kove – Lose You : Kove – Lose-you

11)Kove – VCO : Unreleased

12)Kove – Love For You : Kove – Kove-love-for-you

13)Bastille – Rhythm of the Night (Kove Remix) : Kove – Bastille-of-the-night-remix

14)Kove – Way We Are : Kove – Way-we-are

15)Kove – Way We Are (174 Mix) : Kove – Kove-way-we-are174-mix

16)John Newman – Love Me Again (Kove Remix) : Johnnewmanmusic – John-newman-love-me-again-kove

17)Kove – Melisma : Kove – Melisma

Far Too Loud – Noisily Festival Mix


Another fresh mix to promote the forthcoming Noisily Festival and this time Far Too Loud steps up with a full on electro house assault.

Make sure you’re in with a chance to win FREE TICKETS to Noisily by entering our competition HERE.


The Freakazoids – Bass Agenda Show



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