Unlog Complex #02 cover art

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#


released 16 July 2013
Cover: Mourad Bennacer
Mastering: Axel Hélie Fontaine. www.soundcloud.com/a-x-cell
Trailer: Bruno Destombes www.brunodcapture.com

Today’s pick : Math Rosen & Everydayz

I’m a nice guy.

Except when you give me tiewraps. This post was needed because of the two main reasons today I’ve had to give up tiewrapping my own suitcase over and over. And I’m not done.

Still got tiewraps. Lots of missions to come.

Enough talk, here are the two reasons that brought me back to the human condition :


Among you readers, some might have already spotted him on some live beatmaking videos (like this one, or that one), or tripping on the Highlander theme (epic time) with the track IMMRTL he made for our Unlog compilation (I can’t believe you didn’t get it yet, never too late).

Math comes back with with Dragnet, an EP produced for Dragnet Magazine and that features remixes from Edison, Infector (in a way, Math Rosen himself) and Living Stone. They certainly know a lot about tiewraps to make such a brain stimulating and calculated sequence of beats. In a way, what else would you expect from Math…


One year back, his summer beat tape may have spent some time in your playlists. 2012, now signed on Blackelk Recordings, Ilia Koutchoukov aka Everydayz just released Etudes et Brouillons (Studies and drafts), available for free download. My advice would be to press play on the first song, and let it play itself. Except if you have to tiewrap your own room.

Shit, no more tiewraps… time to use TAPE…


Lately, the Unlog / Blackelk Recordings teams have been really busy working on this common release, which includes the work of different artists from all around the globe. After some fine tuning, today is the day : it’s finally out! Click, enjoy and share!

Big thanks to all those who have been supporting this project from the beginning. If you’re new here, welcome.


Due to download limits, to get the album, go on the label website:


• mp3 (320 kbps):

• alternative link

association between Unlog and French emergent label Blackelk Recordings. DJs, turntablists, producers, diggers, and music enthusiastic above all, UNLOG SELECTED EXCLUSIVE AND PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED material from 19 producers who hail  from different parts of the globe and show a wide panel of styles and moods.

Tracklist :

Grillo – Ella Ella (IT)

Aquel – Reminisce (JP)

Dajaz – Addic777ion (FR)

Jean du Voyage – Low Sill (FR)

R33 – Octobre (FR)

Mart-One – Bazi to Sun (FR)

Digi G’alessio – ESX1 routine (IT)

UM – Charly (FR)

Math Rosen -IMMRTL (CA)

Zeke Ugle – Get Lost (AUS)

Mlp – Tampax (FR)

Le Jad – L’Oligarchie (FR)

Audace – After Midnight (JP)

Noza – Naghtva Ugel (BE)

Supachip – Ghost Ride (US)

Mussck – The Gift of Eternity (UK)

Lapse – I Redshift (US)

VNDL – Mille Fragments (CA)

Archibald Singleton – Deadly Sandflies (CA)

Math Rosen live session #2 : Acid Traps

Next video from Math Rosen‘s live jams : Acid Traps If you haven’t checked the first of the series, check Beast (1)

Acid Traps
Live Session
Recorded March 2012
Toronto, ON

Camera – Andre Rehal (http://www.andrerehal.com)

Looking forward to the next one? Stay tuned!

Math Rosen live session #1 : Beast (1)

Let’s welcome Beast (1) first of a series of live session recorded by the Toronto based artist Math Rosen. For having the opportunity to play live on the same stage, I won’t teach you that his music kills it, you decide (but if you’re reading that right now, I’m pretty positive about seeing agreement in your eyes). But definitely, some artists clearly know what’s going on between their gear and what you’re hearing. Among them, some can control it, some are even doing pretty well and sometimes, even REALLY well.


Yeah, he’s that kind of guy… Check it out!

Beast (1)
Live Session
Recorded March 2012
Toronto, ON

Camera – Andre Rehal (http://www.andrerehal.com)

More to come from Matt really soon, stay tuned!