fresh 2009 BM music thread

fresh 2009 BM music thread

Postby drutter » Sat Jul 25, 2009 4:57 pm

Apologies if this has already been done - I looked and didn't see it.

After 2008's burn, a bunch of DJs, musicians, artists, and others posted a bunch of their music in this forum. I'm pumped for the new music coming this year and was hoping to burn a CD to listen to on the drive to Nevada.

If any artists have new music, compilations, tracks, entire CDs, or samples to share with other burners, I invite you to do so here. Or you can share links to other musicians' downloadables that are freely available, of course.

My PERSONAL preference is house/drum n bass/techno, and leaning toward long compilation mixes rather than single tracks, but please feel free to post anything and everything.

I'll start off with some 3l3tronic, who can be found at www.3l3tronic.com of course. They're based in Sanfran and you probably heard them on the playa last year playing on the Robot Heart artcar.

http://3l3tronic.vitamindevo.com/promo/ ... RODIGY.zip

Thanks in advance for sharing your new stuff!
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Signal Path's new album is AMAZING (and totally free)!

Postby dubstepper420 » Sun Jul 26, 2009 10:12 am

I just stumbled onto a live dubstep/electronic band called Signal Path. I'm not sure if they're performing this year but their new album is SIIICKKKK, and I hope that they do! You can download their new album absolutely free here: http://clash.signalpathmusic.com
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Postby SDG » Tue Jul 28, 2009 2:04 pm

I have loads of house mixes...and some live sets from the past couple years playing @ Root Society:

hit up the link in my tagline below->>

Also a buddy of mine is playing with us at RS for the 1st time this year..he has some dope mixes you can d/l here:
http://s007ii.com/
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Re: Signal Path's new album is AMAZING (and totally free)!

Postby drutter » Tue Jul 28, 2009 9:29 pm

Thanks SDG, I'll check out your links next.

dubstepper420 wrote:I just stumbled onto a live dubstep/electronic band called Signal Path. I'm not sure if they're performing this year but their new album is SIIICKKKK, and I hope that they do! You can download their new album absolutely free here: http://clash.signalpathmusic.com

Wow, wow, wow! I listened to the whole thing, and downloaded all but 2 tracks. Instant favourites! Very good stuff, right up my alley. Thank you very much for sharing that link, and thanks to the bank for making good music and sharing it freely. I'd say it's ten times better than any crap you have to pay for at the "music" store.

Just out of curiosity, what exactly would you call Signal Path's style? (Just so when people ask what type of music I like best, I can tell them more than "electronic".)

Great cover design imo.
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Postby bachelorsofscience » Wed Jul 29, 2009 1:09 pm

We're from SF, have been to burning man and are back again this year (actually still looking for somewhere to play if anyone is interested).

We're a pretty well known drum n bass act and have a ton of mixes on our site www.bachelorsofscience.com ... you can also check out our album "Science Fiction" which won best Drum n Bass single last year in the Beatport awards.

Hope you like it!

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Postby soupman » Fri Jul 31, 2009 8:25 pm

Hey Y'all!

Fort Knox Five will be playing this year at Root Society I believe... Fantastic live funk/organic dance band. Also, I was told Santiago and Bushido will be out there as well and will surely be playing... they're a fantastic electro production duo that's been kicking ass lately; they had a track called "Head Trick" out last year that spent 3 or 4 weeks at the top of Beatport's top 10. Great guys and total virgins. They're gonna flip. *evil grin*


http://www.myspace.com/santiagobushido

http://www.myspace.com/fortknoxfive


Oh also I have a bunch of untzy mixes for download at http://djnatemanic.podomatic.com - there are some great energetic mixes on there (techno, tech-house, acid-house and prog, live sets from Midwest BM regionals) as well as some downtempo mixes, one of which I made for the burn a few years ago.

I'll be playing at our camp and we'll have one or two soiree's throughout the week- we're the Bad Advice Bears, come visit us! :)
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Postby steveboy » Sat Aug 01, 2009 12:11 am

I cant' wait to see Fort Knox Five -- I play them out all the time, & they're amazing. A great funk band.

If you're looking for one-hour-plus mixes of house, funky tech house, & prog house, I have about 90 up on my website, or just search iTunes for GROOVELECTRIC.

I'll be spinning on the Playa at the Duck Pond (Tues, 5-7 PM) and all night on the Nautilus X art car (Friday, 9 - ?). See you there!
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deep end sets

Postby mamasaid » Sat Aug 01, 2009 4:37 pm

go to the deep end website and you can download every hour set of every day...it kept me sane while living in the Palouse last year...

http://www.thedeependcamp.com/


sorry, can i say this?

fuck a bunch of dub...

gimme some funky-ass house and I'm happy, I'd rather die than listen to what my bowels might sound like, which, although I don't know from experience, is what dub reminds me of...

love you, mean it

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Postby toxic07 » Mon Aug 03, 2009 2:29 pm

SDG wrote:hit up the link in my tagline below->>


DUDE!!!!

Your mix "Slink" is something out of this world!!!! i have listened to it for probably 100 times in last week - and it still rocks as HELL!!!

If you don't mind: i'll play it once on my BoomBox at the playa. I'm planning to make a little bike-towing bar with BBox in it so, people can enjoy a drink with a nice bit.

Keep on a great job!
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Postby glia » Mon Aug 03, 2009 10:13 pm

here's a little breaks mix that i made a couple months ago. lots of bass and picks up the pace as it progresses. hope it gets some of you excited on your drive out to the black rock :D


http://www.zshare.net/audio/546725072d7a7ec6/
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Postby SDG » Tue Aug 04, 2009 12:13 am

[quote="toxic07"][quote="SDG"]
hit up the link in my tagline below->>
[/quote]

DUDE!!!!

Your mix "Slink" is something out of this world!!!! i have listened to it for probably 100 times in last week - and it still rocks as HELL!!!

If you don't mind: i'll play it once on my BoomBox at the playa. I'm planning to make a little bike-towing bar with BBox in it so, people can enjoy a drink with a nice bit.

Keep on a great job![/quote]

Thanks, glad u dig the beats..."Slink" is along the lines of the style I usually play @ Root Society...mostly electro, tech and minimal. I believe I will be doing a deep house set as well on Tuesday night.

Luv the tow bar idea! ;)
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Postby moontrolling » Wed Aug 05, 2009 7:37 pm

I've started a group on Soundcloud with Burning Man-inspired musical mixes at http://soundcloud.com/groups/inspired-by-burning-man . They are free to stream or download and others can pitch in their musical offerings here too.

Instead of emphasizing the electro-house-rave-techno aspects of BM, the mixes in this group aspire to be evocative playa nighttime soundtracks made up of all kinds of music that infiltrate our daydreams of the the desert -- world beat, ambient, freak folk, glitch, mash-ups, free jazz, etc. Hard to describe, but they are on the long side and aim to tell stories through sound.

Dig it. Dug?
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Postby moontrolling » Wed Aug 05, 2009 7:37 pm

I've started a group on Soundcloud with Burning Man-inspired musical mixes at http://soundcloud.com/groups/inspired-by-burning-man . They are free to stream or download and others can pitch in their musical offerings here too.

Instead of emphasizing the electro-house-rave-techno aspects of BM, the mixes in this group aspire to be evocative playa nighttime soundtracks made up of all kinds of music that infiltrate our daydreams of the the desert -- world beat, ambient, freak folk, glitch, mash-ups, free jazz, etc. Hard to describe, but they are on the long side and aim to tell stories through sound.

Dig it. Dug?
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Re: Signal Path's new album is AMAZING (and totally free)!

Postby toxic07 » Thu Aug 06, 2009 11:14 am

dubstepper420 wrote: ... You can download their new album absolutely free here: http://clash.signalpathmusic.com


YYYYAAAAWWWWW!!!!!!

THAT IS THE SHIT!!!

mmmmm....cant wait to put it on at our little bar.
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Thanks for the post !!!!

glia wrote:
... hope it gets some of you excited on your drive out to the black rock :D


Already on my music playing device !!!! Very nice mix! definitely can see us rocking to it on I-80 in a van full of goods, crap, bikes, coolers, costumes, empty RB cans ... :twisted:
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Postby drutter » Thu Aug 06, 2009 2:19 pm

toxic07 wrote:
SDG wrote:hit up the link in my tagline below->>


DUDE!!!!

Your mix "Slink" is something out of this world!!!! i have listened to it for probably 100 times in last week - and it still rocks as HELL!!!

Agreed! After reading your post I checked it out. The first half is better than the second half imo, but yeah it's great!

glia wrote:here's a little breaks mix that i made a couple months ago. lots of bass and picks up the pace as it progresses. hope it gets some of you excited on your drive out to the black rock :D

http://www.zshare.net/audio/546725072d7a7ec6/

Downloading right now - thank you very much!
EDIT: Wow, sounds great so far! Yes, this is definitely what I had in mind. What "kind" of electronic music is this? Totally reminds me of the audio porn I heard for a week straight last August! Mmmmmmm!

moontrolling wrote:I've started a group on Soundcloud with Burning Man-inspired musical mixes at http://soundcloud.com/groups/inspired-by-burning-man . Instead of emphasizing the electro-house-rave-techno aspects of BM, the mixes in this group aspire to be evocative playa nighttime soundtracks made up of all kinds of music..

Okay, I'll check it out, thank you!
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Postby bfunky » Thu Aug 06, 2009 3:34 pm

I've got several mixes up with varying styles everything from funky breaks to freaky techno to grimey dub. check it. They are all downloadable or streamable.

www.soundcloud.com/fursure
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Postby glia » Thu Aug 06, 2009 5:40 pm

toxic07 wrote:Already on my music playing device !!!! Very nice mix! definitely can see us rocking to it on I-80 in a van full of goods, crap, bikes, coolers, costumes, empty RB cans ... :twisted:



YES! I'm so glad you enjoy it! Definitely a mix to get you excited to be where you are or wherever it is that youre going!!






drutter wrote:Downloading right now - thank you very much!
EDIT: Wow, sounds great so far! Yes, this is definitely what I had in mind. What "kind" of electronic music is this? Totally reminds me of the audio porn I heard for a week straight last August! Mmmmmmm!



This genre is called breakbeats or breaks. Definitely my favorite to spin!! Can't wait to be rockin some of this on the playa, seeing some dust clouds rising up from some happy dancers 8)






bfunky wrote:I've got several mixes up with varying styles everything from funky breaks to freaky techno to grimey dub. check it. They are all downloadable or streamable.



i like your style fursure! i have a similar range of musical taste, spinning anywhere from tech/progressive house sets to harder breaks. i hope we can spin together at the burn this year =)


btw this is mike butler :P
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Postby Bounce530 » Fri Aug 07, 2009 3:14 pm

steveboy wrote:I cant' wait to see Fort Knox Five -- I play them out all the time, & they're amazing. A great funk band.

If you're looking for one-hour-plus mixes of house, funky tech house, & prog house, I have about 90 up on my website, or just search iTunes for GROOVELECTRIC.

I'll be spinning on the Playa at the Duck Pond (Tues, 5-7 PM) and all night on the Nautilus X art car (Friday, 9 - ?). See you there!


been listening to 'Lower the Boom' for two days now! digging that funky sax in there! Hope to get a ride while you're playing.
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Postby drutter » Thu Aug 13, 2009 2:32 pm

bfunky wrote:I've got several mixes up with varying styles everything from funky breaks to freaky techno to grimey dub. check it. They are all downloadable or streamable.

www.soundcloud.com/fursure

Really good, thank you. I downloaded 2 of the 3 (the other file was realllllly big). I love it!

glia wrote:This genre is called breakbeats or breaks. Definitely my favorite to spin!! Can't wait to be rockin some of this on the playa, seeing some dust clouds rising up from some happy dancers 8)

Sweet, thanks Mike. Hope to hear lots of you on playa :D

Thanks to everyone who has contributed to this thread so far.
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Postby steveboy » Sat Aug 15, 2009 6:29 pm

Bounce530 wrote:
steveboy wrote:I cant' wait to see Fort Knox Five -- I play them out all the time, & they're amazing. A great funk band.

If you're looking for one-hour-plus mixes of house, funky tech house, & prog house, I have about 90 up on my website, or just search iTunes for GROOVELECTRIC.

I'll be spinning on the Playa at the Duck Pond (Tues, 5-7 PM) and all night on the Nautilus X art car (Friday, 9 - ?). See you there!


been listening to 'Lower the Boom' for two days now! digging that funky sax in there! Hope to get a ride while you're playing.

Thanks so much! I'm glad you like the mix. :)

Anyone have an update on Fort Knox Five? They aren't listed in the Root Society lineup.
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Postby RedHeaven » Mon Aug 17, 2009 4:33 pm

I just did some research and they dont have dates listed on their myspace during BMan, so thats hopeful.

Just found out that [size=18]March Fourth Marching Band will be playing Center Camp on Wed and Fri @ 9pm[/size]. Im fuckin PSYCHED. ALBINO is taking a year off, so this is the perfect antidote to those who want some horny horns in their life in BRC. One of my favorite moments last year was catching March Fourth in the middle of the playa, swweeeeeet sweeeeet stuff, so much fun, and a wonderful break from the crunky whompus untz untz! I love the electro sounds of BRC dont get me wrong, but hearing the horns really gets my ass shaking.
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Postby drutter » Mon Aug 17, 2009 4:50 pm

You're lucky you mentioned that you love the unts unts. I just about flipped out and lost it in here. (j/k)

March Fourth is obviously an amazingly clever name for a marching band - can't believe I haven't heard that before, nice.
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Postby psilogod » Tue Aug 18, 2009 12:58 pm

hello you can download my debut cd 'Divination' here for free: http://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/l7bb53

it is dark psychedelic with heavy melody.
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oldschool funky or deep house search

Postby Trishya333 » Tue Aug 18, 2009 3:36 pm

some one said they love funky house and im with the best oldschool group, come to Pink Mammoth at 830 and around g i think. oh DAY party, wear pink.
Also if anyone knows where there WONT be the overwhelming 'normal' hard sounds as in dubstep techno breaks etc etc, or more mellow house, please let me know. i got the roots dude for tues night. but i cannot even get too close to the esplanad on fri or sat night , so i would really REALLY appreciate any info on oldschool deep or funky NON electro breaks fast hard progressive techie stuff.
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Postby steveboy » Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:19 pm

Trishya-- I'll be spinning what I call New Old Funk (house & tech house with a nasty old funky sound a la P.Funk/Sly Stone) at The Duck Pond at 9:00 & Plaza on Tuesday from 5:00 - 7:00 PM.

[EDITED -- I pimped one of my podcasts but then saw that I already did it in an earlier post. Don't want to spam the thread]

See ya on the playa!
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Postby soupman » Thu Aug 20, 2009 7:33 am

steveboy wrote:Anyone have an update on Fort Knox Five? They aren't listed in the Root Society lineup.


Doesn't look like they'll be making it out after all... nuttin on their Myspace or tour schedule :(



I'll also be playing an array of Funk, Disco, Old School Hip Hop, Deep House and other non- untz untz stuff, but probably more during the day as I will be rokken like dokken at night :mrgreen:

(oh and we're at Bad Advice Bear- Devolution, 4:30 and Genome)
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Postby Ugly Dougly » Thu Aug 20, 2009 10:12 am

I have a radio and I am bringing it with me to Burningman!
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Thanks steveboy!

Postby Trishya333 » Fri Aug 21, 2009 1:13 pm

im cooking abig stew that day/ tues, and mostof our camp is doing a greeting shift, but that is SOOO convenient as we will be at 830. i will totally come listen for a bit. if you hear of any others that play olderschool stuff , let me know!
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Big sound camp dj line ups calendar!

Postby kateho » Mon Aug 24, 2009 10:34 am

Hey. For 4 years I've compiled a big sound camp schedule. Am doing it again this year!

It'll be posted on www.rockstarlibrarian.com this coming Wednesday...

- waiting for a few camps to release more details to me... It'll be a PDF so you can download it, copy it, email it, hug and kiss it.... I always wanted this list, so I just starting creating it...

Enjoy! And come to the site on Wednesday to get your freak on!

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2009 Big Sound Camp DJ Lineup Calendar!

Postby kateho » Wed Aug 26, 2009 1:18 pm

I repeat, THE LIST is posted! Download the 2009 Burning Man Big Sound Camp DJ Lineup Calendar NOW and copy, email, post and love it. BRC sound camps are goin' all out! This year the calendar is 4 pages long! That can only mean there's all the more to rawk our fair city. So, shake it, just a little harder for me!


My 4th year doin' this for the people and stoked that this year will be off the hook! No official word of Fort Knox Five, but I LOVE them out there... a lot of sound camps have some surpirise DJs that they aren't revealing.... kinda love the delight factor in that... like the old days on the playa...

Enjoy! http://www.rockstarlibrarian.com

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