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Thanks for being with us for the last 4 years by the way. New thing coming.
Thanks for being with us for the last 4 years by the way. New thing coming.
Scratch heads have been waiting for this day for… let’s say …12 years?
2001 : Craze and Klever released their first mixtape Scratch Nerds, one of the trippiest scratch oriented album ever released. Remember?
2013 : Now here’s today’s news
1) CRAZE & KLEVER – – SCRATCH NERDS INTRO prod. C&K
2) KLEVER & CRAZE – – THEY WANT SOMETHING NEW prod. by K&C
3) CRAZE & KLEVER – – MELLO YELLO prod. by MR. CARMACK
4) A-TRAK – – ITCHING FOR A SCRATCH prod. by A-TRAK
5) KLEVER & CRAZE – – EVIL SPIRITS prod. by C&K
6) KLEVER – – IT GETS HOTT (CANBLASTER SCRATCH RMX) prod. by CANBLASTER
7) RUCKAZOID – – AND TO THE WORLD prod. by RUCKAZOID
8) CRAZE & KLEVER – – 10 SCRATCH COMMANDMENTS prod. K&C
9) JAMES BROWN – NIGHTTRAIN (MIA TO ATL) INTERLUDE
10) KLEVER & CRAZE – – IN MY ZONE prod. by K&C
11) CRAZE & KLEVER – – OG ALADDIN LOVE prod. by Klever
12) TEEKO – – BLOW UP THE SPOT prod. by TEEKO
13) KLEVER & CRAZE – MIDNIGHT MUSHROOMS prod. by K&C
14) DJ SNAKE & ALESIA – BIRD MACHINE (SCRATCH NERDS EDIT)
15) CRAZE & KLEVER – WHAT IS SHE prod. by C&K
16) CHRIS KARNS – HOW I DO THIS prod. ELIOTT LIP
17) KLEVER & CRAZE – FROM THE SOUL prod. by K&C
18) CRAZE & KLEVER – CATCH THE BEAT prod. by C&K
19) Q-BERT – – FREAKY THANGS prod. by Q-bert
20) KLEVER & CRAZE – – JUST LIKE THAT prod. by Q-Bert
21) CRAZE & KLEVER – – LET’S BREAK!
22) KLEVER & CRAZE – – JUST A COUNTRY BOY
23) CRAZE & KLEVER – – RAPID FIRE prod. by Craze
24) D-STYLES – – GOD DAMN SLAUGHTER prod. by D-Styles
25) CRAZE & KLEVER – – BLACK MAGIC (OUTRO) by. Craze
« Soundway records present a unique record: a modern, haunting take on Sudanese music heard through the sonic lens of French artist / producer, Débruit and the poetic, ethereal lyrics and melodies of Sudanese-born singer Alsarah.
Aljawal (The Traveller) is a nomadic reflection for the 21st century. Each song reflects a new stop in the journey, with new cities and new people along the way. When Alsarah first heard Débruit’s music she sensed and recognised a fellow traveller through the space and geography of his influences, a sense of time and history coupled with a forward-thinking futuristic outlook.
Born in the capital city of Sudan, Khartoum, Alsarah spent the first 8 years of her life here before she relocated to Taez, Yemen with her family to escape the ever-stifling regime in her native country. She abruptly moved to the US in 1994, when a brief civil war broke out in Yemen, and has lived there to this day.
Xavier Thomas revealed Débruit in 2008 with 2 sold out 12″s for his and Fulgeance’s Parisian “Musique Large” imprint. Three more EPs on Civil Music followed that included his hit ‘Nigeria What’. Piquing interest from the likes of XLR8R, Fact Mag, Benji B and Gilles Peterson his debut album ‘From The Horizon’ came out last year. His dazzling live electronics show has taken him around the world, from Russia to New York, Glastonbury to Sonar.
On Aljawal he managed to capture and play with an analog sound that stretched the boundaries of the Sudanese rhythms and melodies that Alsarah had grown up with. A unique record was imagined and is finally presented here after a 2 year interplay of ideas and interaction between France and Brooklyn: Alsarah’s adopted home. »
HERE IT IS
Himuro Yoshiteru / A Thousand Vows / Math Rosen / TuRnStEaK / H-SIK / Audace / Ato X Yapo / Jealousguy / VECT / Engone Endong / Zomb. / Famelik / Bueller Tout’nou / Loowood / Morbin / R33 Soundmakin’ / Everydayz
* Special credit on Hydra by Jealousguy: Written and produced by Masami Takahashi. Mastered by Ian Carter
Originally released by Original Cultures on Zoooriginals #1
Available on 7 » Vinyl : originalcultures.bandcamp.com/album/zoooriginals-1-7
Merci à tous ceux qui ont pris part, de près ou de loin, à ce projet au cours des deux derniers mois.
Thanks to everyone who took part to this project over the last two months.
Official Trailer: vimeo.com/70142701#
BLA : NOYL & FAMELIK. We’re part of the Unlog Family. What else? Good guys.
Bluestaeb – Time traveller
Jopedo – Gorilla Groove
King knut – Stavanger
Alaclair ensemble – Capoté
Toastdawg – Love loop
Famelik – Crop triangle
SertOne – Vangelis Kush
Esta – Drkshdw
Mart One – Who are you (remix)
Dnte – Out of control
Insightful – Too too many souls
Ultroniks – Sacrifices
3LLL – Kilo
Pavel Dovgal – The drug
Lucid dream interlude
Famelik – Fata Morgana
Tomamura – Frozen
R33 Soundmakin’ – X / IDWT
Aoki Takamasa – rhythm variation 02
Andherpackage – e.l.p -bt
Clark – Skyward Bruise Descent
Ultroniks – Hippy camp
Loowood – Illusion
Everydayz – L’Absence Face B Part 1
Buffalo Daughter – Jellyfish blues
Jean du Voyage – Eclipse feat. Pierre Harmegnies
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Can a website be human enough to allow us to say that a website is another website’s friend? Seriously, I have no clue, I don’t even care so stop asking weird questions, will you?
Famelik here. I’ve decided to mark this transition to spring and to make some things more explicit : Unlog is, one way or another, connected to many people and projects. So lets do an update and introduce you to some of them. Not because they pay us, but because each one of them deserves it.
We can credit Mr Freezy for most of our visual and graphic identity at Unlog. The best ones I mean. Hailing from Belgium,
he and his partner in grime are talended hard workers who teamed up go way beyond your expectations in graphism, art and product design.
Formerly JaimeLeDubstep.com, HOB is an art collective based out of Montreal, Canada. The core team consists of Construct, Def Child, Geoff Bukk, Amy DubSelekta, Wally and Rob Habit, working with an extended team of people who all are actors in the Montreal music scene. They all joined forces to share their love and passion for contemporary underground electronic music of all kinds, with a focus on bass, beats and sound culture. You’ll undestand it at the first look on their brand new website, which offers a variety of content that will make you a busy listener for the days, weeks, months (years?) to come. Long life to HOB!
Crate digging and rare groove here. SATG is a weekly radio show and event I’m proud to be part of. Pride is not even the right word, but the best I have in mind to express how amazing it is to discover by my teammates’ digging report every week. We’ve recently celebrated our 33th radio show, and we certainly won’t stop here. Sit tight, we bring the records.
RR is an innovative web based music platform that provides exclusive mixes, playlists and live performances, as well as reports on emerging trends from our correspondents across the world. We teamed up with this brand new project to bring some Unlog vibes to the platform, so expect some more news on this side soon! +1 for their amazing interface and the quality of their live shows. Hard work, again.
2013, and still, B4B is one of the most active boards for turntablists and beatmakers all around the world. Each day, new people with different levels, different music orientation join the family to share media, events and knowledge about turntablism, challenging each other on monthly scratch and beatmaker battles. What else, join the crew!
Our crew members are based in France, Canada, Belgium, and Japan. For those among you who’re interested in the Japan part, here’s the link for you. Audace Radio is the main project of our friend Audace, DJ and producer based in Tokyo. Apart from his own events, label releases, mixes, he’ll also share content related to the hip hop/broken beat/electronics scene in Tokyo. Stay in the loop.
Belgium again, with our friends Fabot and Reverend D (B4B, Pipolass) who’ll keep you in the loop on the latest releases linked to the turntablism and beatmaker scene in Europe and around the world. French language again, but you’ll like their selections. Tune in!
When DJ Noyl does not dig for Unlog on work on his beat-juggling patterns, he writes articles for his french family : Bass Music Mag. A web-zine magazine focused on bass music, with articles, interviews, portrait, chroniques, playlists and a diary of french events.
If you’ve been hanging around lately, you’ve obviously read several times about Blackelk Recordings. Created by UM, one of our very first podcasters, the label recently celebrated its first anniversary and plans some interesting things for 2013. All the catalogue of this new beat scene is available for free download, a good opportunity to discover previous works from artists such as Broken Drop, UM, Everydayz, Duff Ill, Hentitan, Killacam, Le Med, MLp, Freaks Show Spores, Famelik (who’s that guy again?) and many more. No shameless promo here : our connection being the logical consequence of our similar views on music, they definitely have to be on that list.
« post arty ambient electroacoustic synth music inspired by acid and techno » can be an option if you try to find a keyword combo to describe what’s Shabu about « whatever, just feed me new music » could be another combo. Either way, this Montreal based label holds the key to a world known to few people, full of immersive textures you’ll sometimes want to listen to at night. Axel Helios, Jesse Somfay, Avus, Niccolò Bianchi, Vaghe Stelle, Groj… are the core artists signed on this label, not to add the impressive list of artists about to join the spash (hehe, I know, you don’t). Thanks again to Axel Helios for mastering our Ravi Shankar tribute beat tape by the way!
Props to our team, our party friends, artists who contribute to the projects, to all those who listen, follow, support, help, love, share, read, acknowledge our existence, whatever. Many other websites and people would fit here but we’ll keep some for the next update. What an update.
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