Koreless - Last Remnants
[ntrvrs] - Lianne (ntrvrs bootleg blips 02)
We are proud to get things rolling with the second anylane exclusive.
[ntrvrs], who once already made a name for himself as a drum n bass dj and promoter of the party series “ready to rumble”, has now released his second bootleg blips by the name of lianne.
Lianne comes with some deep, meaningful vocals, beautiful pitched into a duet for a warmful atmosphere. Constantly escorted through a crisp, noisy ambience and choppy self-titled blips and bleeps, the bassline gets the track finally on a powerful level which sweeps anything out of the way.
Source: SoundCloud / [ntrvrs]
Bambooman - Hollowed EP
Bambooman’s production work is a little bit of an anomaly; on the one hand it feels infallibly clean with a heavy emphasis on the punch of his kick drums, but it’s notably reliant on textures at the same time. The way he makes that level of contrast between the found sounds and the synthesized tones work is what first caught our ear through his own Sound Healers compilations and his remixes for people like Crewdson, but with his Hollowed EP the Leeds based beatsmith explores that tonal juxtaposition even further across seven original tracks.
Project Mooncircle - Eclipse Compilation Snippet
Every six lunar months – when Sun, Earth, and Moon are aligned – we experience a partial or total lunar eclipse that can be observed anywhere on the night side of Earth. Lunar eclipses can only occur at full moon, that time when the moon is directly opposite Earth in relation to the Sun. Many ancient civilizations cultivated a multitude of myths surrounding these astronomic events, most of them depicting wild animals or mystical creatures eating the moon or crossing it’s path. Tibetan Buddhists say that during a lunar eclipse, our actions, whether good or bad, are multiplied one thousandfold, whereas, in ancient egypt, a lunar eclipse was considered to be the precursor of natural disasters, catastrophes, wars, and diseases and the biggest possible harm would be cast upon the earth if Isfet, the manifestation of the total eclipse and god of injustice and violence, would make the sky fall onto Earth and therefore bring chaos upon it.
Source: SoundCloud / PROJECT MOONCIRCLE