Nitzer Ebb – Once You See (Radio Rip)

2 12 2007


 Raido Rip from Dave Clarke’s show “White Noise” on VPRO’s, which aired on June 2007.  Backing vocals on this track are sung by Martin Gore of Depeche Mode.  Rumor has it that a new EP will be released soon.    



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Harrison Schaaf – Zombie Outbreak

25 11 2007


Out of LA, Harrison Schaaf creates killer dance tracks with a song structures that remind of Daft Punk, but a little harder hitting than Daft Punk.



Ladytron – Destroy Everything You Touch (tom neville remix)

26 10 2007


Here’s a new remix of, “Destroy Everything you Touch”.


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Shapeshifter – Electric Dream

24 10 2007


We (the misses and I) caught Shapeshifter at DiscoCult at The Sugar Factory in Amsterdam Friday October 12, 2007.  This was a great performance and I’m sure the “special” smoke in the air didn’t hurt either.  The crowd was great, and  Shapeshifter brought it, and found ways to keep taking it up a notch through the set.  This was an explosive and vibrant show and one of the best I’ve seen in years.   

Here’s a track they played that night called “Electric Dream”. 



[myspace – The Sugar Factory] 

[myspace – Shapeshifter]

PS. Be sure not to confuse Shapeshifter (drum n bass) with The Shapeshifters (House)… and yes, I did confuse the two hence my warning.

PSS. More post plus videos from this event coming soon including the smashing DJ from Germany who followed the shapeshifter set, Lars Moston — btw, this guy killed it…

I-F – Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass

15 10 2007




Ok, I’m going back in time to 1997 for what many consider one of the very first electro-clash tracks called, “Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass” by I-F.

Here is a little background of I-F via wikipedia:

I-F (short for Inter-Ference; real name Ferenc E. van der Sluijs) is a producer and DJ based in The Hague, The Netherlands. He is a former member of the Dutch electro pioneers Unit Moebius. In 1997 he produced the track “Space Invaders Are Smoking Grass”, which became a huge underground dance hit and is often credited the earliest example of Electroclash, although I-F himself has been of critical interest in the Electroclash scene.