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Salad Fingers


alBOOM:Zygote - Beats To Make You Frown (2006)



Studios Of Z
The Trojan Feat. Kashmere
Casiopia Feat. The Sundragon & Jehst
Serious Feat. Verb T
The Peddler Feat. Hug
Superglue Feat. Lewis Parker
Bobba Fresh Feat. Bobba Fresh
Sample Police
Heat Rise Feat. Louie G
Spit Fast Remix Feat. Tim Dog & The Chubby Alcoholic
Grizzly Feat. The Sundragon
N/A (Not Applicable)
Soul Divide Feat. Kashmere
Zygote On The Beat Feat. Verb T, Kashmere, Lost Souljah, Bobba Fresh & Louie G
Blind Faith Feat. Flute By Helleanor Webb
Rachael Corrie Feat. Feat. Hug

Elfen Lied


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The story begins with a naked young girl named Lucy who escapes under odd circumstances from an island research-facility off the coast of Kamakura in the Kanagawa Prefecture of Japan. Lucy manages to nonchalantly dismember and slay 23 (14 in the manga) of the staff and guards with some form of seemingly supernatural power and gets outside. A sniper is ordered to kill her but only manages to ricochet the bullet off the metal helmet encasing her head. Lucy falls off a cliff into the sea and is not found again by the research staff.

Lucy is not a normal human but in fact a Diclonius which is a mutant strain of humans who have two small horns on their heads (hence the name diclonius) and possess telekinetic powers through use of their "Vectors", which are arms that project from the backs with varying numbers and length of reach depending on the diclonius.

The next day, a boy named Kouta arrives at Kamakura to meet his cousin Yuka. Kouta has come to study at a university there and has been given the use of an old family-owned inn, The "Maple (楓, kaede?) Inn", provided he acts as the caretaker there. After meeting with Yuka, they go to visit the beach and find Lucy washed up there, still naked and bleeding from her head. However, the head-trauma that Lucy has experienced has caused her to develop a split personality, "Nyū". In stark contrast, Nyū is completely docile, harmless and is incapable at first of saying anything other than "Nyū". Not knowing what to do with her, Kouta and Yuka take her back to the inn to look after her.

While Kouta, Nyū and Yuka begin settling into a new life, the researchers begin hunting for Lucy and characters on both sides find themselves in a situation much more complex than they originally anticipated.

Virus B-23


An independent netlabel project that is attempting to help get some electronic music into people's heads, CDJs and hard drives. Set up in 2005 by Deadman DJ and Dr I Honey in order to focus on their slightly unhealthy tastes in modern music and to establish a base for people in similar positions. Spurred on by the kind of music that gets second room status in clubs and sometimes causes side effects, the doctor and the Deadman didn't spend too long worrying about the ins and outs of the music industry ... other people can do that. Instead they jumped in with all four feet and built a website to house all the neccesary parts of what was in their heads and with a little help from some friends they set about getting top notch exclusive mixes made and began to seek out unsigned tracks and artists making fresh electronic music.
The site contains full streaming audio of tracks released on the label, links to download stores selling our releases, artist profiles with discography, biogs, exclusive mixes, forum member blogs, feature pages on DJs, producers, designers and other people we like, a forum and some other bits for good measure. The site will change and grow with the label project so keep coming back for updates, new stuff and some time wasting well spent.

virus b-23



Six-Too aka C.L. S.C.A.R.R. aka Six Vicious - Vaugn Rob Squire
Stinkin' Rich aka Buck 65 aka Haslam aka Uncle Climax - Rich Terfry

Sebutones - 50/50 Where it Counts (1998)




abstract rude - mass distortion


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alBOOM: Danny Breaks - Another Dimension (2003)


01.Zooloo Nation
02.For Your Mind
03.La La La
04.New Dimension, A
05.Junkie For Beatz
06.Beat Biter (Martian Instrumental)
07.Another Dimension
08.Down By Law
09.Spirals From The Mind
10.Rokin' On The Tables
11.The Jellyfish
12.La La La Part 2
13.Astral Vibes
14.Rokin' On The M.P.C.

Black Rose








kano - p's & q's


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Stoned Animal



Up Hygh


Up Hygh consists of the two producers, songwriters, MC's and DJ's Pure Purpose and Rick Skizzo, both determined to engage the retroactive elements of soul music with the futuristic styles of hip-hop and r&b.

Both Pure Purpose and Rick Skizzo were born and raised in the regions around Stockholm (Sweden) and met each other in school as they studied music production. After collaborating on numerous recording projects, it felt natural for them to team up officially under one name. Thanks to "the godfather of funk", Damon Frost of Hearin' Aid, the young duo were schooled in MPC technology, sound engineering and early p-funk styled music. This started the evolution to what Up Hygh are today. Crusty 12-bit handclaps in an un-quantized manner around deep b-lines that makes the systems peak. Semi-organic, semi-electronic, semi-retro, semi-futuristic.


Up Hygh's my space



(image) As we have passed the times touring and whoring ourselves out around the world, we finally have hit some clarity,
and have made a nice bed. Eustachian has been moving around spreading distance between the three positions
consistently for a few years now. Our approach to combining ideas and wasting our 20s away is still evident.
After a long 2004, touring 4 times, devirginizing our minds to Europe and touring both coasts of the U.S, and
doing various little runs across the U.S, playing shows with the likes of Machinedrum, Edit, Mochipet,
Team Shadetek Terminal 11, 8FM, Daedelus, Cylob, The Flashbulb, Richard Devine,
and the endless list that follows.

Eustachian is: Tony Welter, John Roche, Masaki Pierce.

Little Brother - Speed


Little Brother - Speed

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''Моето работно място''


photo by foxe



Dabrye is just one alias of Ann Arbor’s Tadd Mullinix, who shifts through various guises with remarkable competency and sophistication. As Dabrye, Mullinix explores hip-hop, creating head-nodding beats with bass lines that reference jazz and electro in equal measure. It is a combination that has earned considerable praise from both the hip-hop underground (Jay Dee, Jurassic 5) and the electronic music press, including a Next 100 mention from URB in 2002 and kind words from publications as diverse as Rolling Stone and Wire.

The debut Dabrye album, One/Three, appeared in late 2001 and was followed by the mini-LP Instrmntl for Scott Herren’s (Prefuse 73) Eastern Developments label. Both records earned glowing reviews for their rhythmic innovation and minimalist execution. The next step in the Dabrye path involved calling on Detroit legends Jay Dee and Phat Kat, who both MC’ed on 2004’s Game Over – the single was an early glimpse at the Ghostly follow-up Two/Three, also featuring appearances by Doom (on the Air single), Beans, Waajeed, Vast Aire, Wildchild, Guilty Simpson and many others. The album will see release in June 2006, and will be followed by a summer tour with Percee P (Stones Throw).

dabrye - smoking the edge
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Brain Damage


 Brain Damage - Genetic Weapon
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Their debut Ep—Bipolar Disorder—issued in January 2000, has been acclaimed by the french musical magazines. Then, Brain Damage collaborated with the main activists of the world dub scene: Zion Train, The Disciples, Alpha & Omega, Jah Warrior from the new-roots-digital scene, Skiz Fernando who created the New York label Wordsound and the illbient-dub movement, and also with the young french dub scene (Hammerbass, 1 000 milliards, Jarring Effect….) where Brain Damage takes a growing space, yet with a style of its own.

After featurings on numerous compilations, their first album—Always greener on the other side—recorded partly at the famous Conscious sounds studio with the singer Tena Stelin (Bush Chemists, Jah Warrior, Iration Steppas), confirmed that Brain Damage had a unique way of dubbing music: emotional and powerful..

By the end of 2003 new encounters with London vocalist Learoy Green and the poet/dj Black Sifichi from New York lead to a new album: "Ashes to ashes/Dub to Dub "

And live the band is far from the ambient-brain-twisted experiments of the studio: Sub-basses are tangible and the fight against the straightness of the machines mercycless.

Bipolar Disorder
Combat dub
Combat dub II
Digital park compilation
A & O Meets Bangarang
Always Greener (on the other side)
maxi vinyl de remixesde Lab°
Roots of dub funk vol. 3
Dub Solidarity
Crooklyn dub outernational/Certified dope vol. 4
Alpha & Omega : " Spirit of the ancients "
Dub excursion
Dub in France
Dub Addicts
Ashes to ashes
Spoken dub manifesto