Yesterday we saw the return of Italian duo Cyberpunkers with their new Free EP “Sick Tracks” and today we continue in a similar way, with a new release and the return of another loved and loud Italian duo, Laforcah. The two Electro Punksters from the greater Milan area just had their 5th EP released on Jet Set Trash a couple of days ago and if any of you don’t know yet what that means please take a moment and listen as Electro doesn’t come any louder and dirtier than this. 5 new originals, with one of them being available as a free download too, which bring together all those Laforcah characteristic elements and sounds we’ve heard in the duo’s previous 4 releases. But Laforcah didn’t stick only to what we’ve been used to hear from them and decided to explore new territories too with “Dusk”, a heavy and dark Electronica track that definitely left our eardrums happily buzzing. If there’s one thing these guys have proven with their releases so far is that they aren’t prepared to go light and “Dirty” EP comes to confirm that once again.
Italian hard Electro duo Cyberpunkers are back with a new (Free) EP and well, this time they have brought some of the good ol’ cyberpunker sound with them. The duo had been quite keen on trying out different ways of evolving their sound in recent releases, most of them clever too, something that to be honest never quite worked as good as many of their fans would have wanted and hoped for. This time though Cyberpunkers appear refreshed, inspired and in a sense opening up again to their earlier period Electro Punk/Indie Dance/Hard Electro influences and urges and well, it was about time too if you ask us. The duo has also tried some fresh ideas too, with Cyberpunkers trying their masks in some Electronica with “The Lonely Journey”, a very enjoyable track and a direction/sound that seems to suit the duo quite nicely. Here’s “Sick Tracks” EP, check it out and don’t forget to grab your free copy.
Starting the day with a free release by Iron Court who made available two new originals “Engine” and “Device” a few days ago on Soundcloud, although if you want to add the tracks to your mp3 collection you have to email the artist himself and ask for a promo since no download have been made available. The tracks are a mix of Techno, Electronica and Electro (with some Acid touches) although they are staying on the dark and heavy side of the Electronic music spectrum. An interesting mix of styles and sounds to say the least, and two tracks fans of artists like GTronic and the other European Electro-trash heavies should enjoy. Definitely worth a listen, so press play and check it out.
With the weekend approaching fast and all the partying and weekend related activities being just around the corner, we thought we’d try to set the mood right and get the party going a few hours early from our side and what better way to do that than sharing with you some of our favorite recent bass monsters that have been blasting through our speakers regularly this last week? From Electro to Drum N Bass and everything in between and from more known artists to completely underground ones, these 5 tracks by Black Tiger Sex Machine, Digitalism, Isee, Dextone and Lazer Lazer Lazer have one thing in common – they are all guaranteed to get you moving and go crazy. So, make sure to check them out, blast them loud and have a great weekend!
For those fans of hard hitting Electro House or Electrostep if you prefer, we have some nice fresh blood for your ears from Colombia based Blaynoise who had his “Enemy” EP out on Bonerizing Records about three weeks ago and even though it took us a while to check it out, we are definitely glad we eventually got to it. The three original on “Enemy” EP are a mix of Electro House/Complextro, Dubstep and Drumstep with all tracks coming at you with full speed and tons of energy and if you’re looking for some groundbreaking Electronic music that you’ve never heard before you might be disappointed since Blaynoise‘s EP isn’t trying to revolutionise electronic music as we know it but to get you off your feet and make you move, which it does very well. Definitely a very nice release with nice production and flow overall. Check it out!