Tuesday, December 30, 2008

GAGLE - Seatek

GAGLE / Hidden Music Value promo clip

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

MOONSTARR - Instrumentals Forever


MOONSTARR - Instrumentals Forever (Public Transit Canada) Comentários: Moonstarr's always got a great way with a groove, and this album is no exception -- a surprising array of shorter numbers, sifted together with a few longer bits as well! The record's not entirely in the "instrumentals" mode promised by the title -- given that some tunes have dropped-in sound samples and spoken bits, and others some more conscious rhymes or vocals -- but overall, the main focus is on the angular, skittish beats and keyboards we've come to love in Moonstarr's music -- moving here between funky styles, jazzy moments, and some boldly electric cuts. Titles include "Who's Bitin Who", "String Theory", "Get Outside", "Broken Bossa", "Clappy", and "Break It Down". © 1996-2008, Dusty Groove America, Inc. [Para Ouvir/Samples]

Friday, December 05, 2008

Pete Concrete for Samurai FM


Eat Concrete Radio with Pete Concrete and friendsEat Concrete is a diverse and dynamic music label, firmly rooted in the Dutch electronic music scene. The record label was founded as a means of releasing our own music in a much wider and more open environment than offered by established labels and other music media. In 2005 the name Eat Concrete was first used for giving out mixes and recordings and as the name for a radioshow hosted by Pete Concrete, founder of the label. Early 2006 the first records were released, built up from material by friends and like minded artists, most of them involved in music for many years. Backed up by those interested in and related to us, the Eat Concrete network grew out into a musical platform, independent and open minded. Many recordlabels try to establish themselves by maintaining an image or profile. Eat Concrete aspires to let go of this framed state of mind and preserve an openness in it's approach to releasing music. This doesn't mean anything goes, or that Eat Concrete is oblivious to it's time and it's spirit. It means that, rather than a signature style or profile, EC practices a sense of quality and integrity. A recordlabel that looks beyond commercial goals and standards gains the freedom to experiment with music, reinvent itself and be truly progressive. Around the time of this writing Eat Concrete has released around fifty tracks in over a dozen different genres. In little more than two years Eat Concrete has explored a vast spectrum of music and, with it, created a breeding ground for future works to deepen, firm and shape Eat Concrete's qualities as a music label.Hosted by: Pete Concrete + guest appearances by Eat Concrete family
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