Monthly Archives: December 2011


you’ve probably heard or seen the track On’n’On from Justice’s latest album because of all the fuzz about the artwork. Facebook deleted the artwork because of the naked woman on it. I think it’s really stupid as art should be open-minded. And people who don’t consider a single cover art, it’s called ARTwork for a reason. Anyways;

Brodinski did a really cool remix of the track, already played by tons of friends e.g. Busy P, … released on Ed Banger and out today on beatport.

Have a listen here:


A couple of days/weeks I posted about the then upcoming EP from Bambounou & Joakim called “Fructose”. Today a really cool interview with the two artists came out with them talking about the unusual collaboration, cheap synths and the party itself. Teki Latex had a great time as he was shouting his infamous “chuichooooo” all night.

anyway, really cool interview, enjoy!

So so so so so so so so sooooooooooo sorry I didn’t post anything for such a long time. Promise to make things up with you by posting so much new stuff you won’t know what’s going on.

First of all MERRY CHRISTMAS! enjoy those free downloads I love:

Ho ho hoes!!!!

  • Carte Blanche live in Nice: 
  • Jurassic FightClub – Origins

    (these guys from Lille just added me on Facebook today, had a listen and I really like it
  • Gucci Vump – Nvthin Bvt A Gvxxi Thang (Mastered)
  • Matthias Zimmermann Mix for Sound Pellegrino Podcast #50
  • Aldeia De Ogum – Psychemagik Mix
  • Louis La Roche Presents: When The Dirt Was Darker



this is some raw dark techno over here, mates.
Here’s what Rec Room had to say about the track. Sorry for the copy-past shit but sometimes you just have to admit that you can’t do better, and I couldn’t describe this better:

Upcoming early next year on Marble, this remix is proof that Paris is getting more orgiastic than ever. While the Marble Players are busy working with each other under this name and the High Powered Boys tag team, the new Mother EP from Para One also features Surkin on one of its tracks (who, as if that wasn’t enough, is going to record the next Sound Pellegrino Crossover EP). And this remix from Ed Banger’s Mr Oizo has him sounding relatively normal compared to his usual musical ramblings, on a kind of dark techno tip that gives it a hard-edged thud as it rolls along. From Skream’s latest Warehouse Project mixtape.


all credits to Rec Room.



After the first single release of Justice’s new album, the follow up of their debut album †, the next one will probably be “On’n’On” (on Ed Banger Records of course). The artwork of Justice’s single On’n’On is just out. What do you think? Kinda cool huh?

ps: if anyone knows who the artist of the artwork was, please let me know so I can give him credit. thx!

You can listen to On’n’On here:


The Walk & Rogerseventytwo // TWR72

A little introduction about TWR72 or The Walk and Rogerseventytwo


With a long friendship, The Walk and Rogerseventytwo started to work together as dj’s in the summer of 2004. Soon gigs followed in the Netherlands, including the big festivals, Prague, Paris, Copenhagen, Bratislava, Vienna, Berlin, Barcelona, Freiburg and London. Their name grew rapidly in Holland and the rest of Europe. It was in 2008 when Erol Alkan himself dubbed these guys as the ones to watch in the future. And he was right.

 2010, Roger and Tom decided to change their name to TWR72 and focus more on producing tracks ‘together’. Their new sound was defined by BBC Radio 1 as Future Techno. At the start of 2010 they got signed by the ambitious label Instant Replay where they already released two EP’s that are supported by big names like Brodinski, Laidback Luke, Bart  B More, Sound Pellegrino Thermal Theme, Zombie Nation, Atrak, Tom Trago and Joost van Bellen. By the time their third EP will be released, they got several remixes that will pop up including their Dinosaurs with Guns remix on the prestigious label Sound Pellegrino.

Next to being dj’s, the desire grew to perform with their productions. They developed a live show with an exclusive matching visual show in cooperation with their design team. Their live debut was at Valtifest 2010 but now they are ready to take over the world.

And they are taking over big time.

Paradox is one of my favorite TWR72 tracks, released on Sound Pellegrino, 26/08/11. I know it’s been released for a while now and it’s not very new, but hey, better late than never. You can listen to it here:

+ just out; their remix for Housemeister’s – Weird Friends (Released on Boys Noize Records, 05/12/2011)