Category: Rock

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  1. Shataur
    Manchester drum ‘n’ bass legend Dub Phizix has just released a brand new mix CD via the Fabric Live series (#84) and he’s stopping at The Bongo Club in Edinburgh on his tour to celebrate. It’s an exclusive-packed 40 track mix of DnB, halftime, hip hop and myriad bass-packed breakbeats.
  2. Faurn
    Shop at Noble Knight Games for Full Inventory products from Games Workshop. New, used, and Out-of-Print.
  3. Batilar
    What I consider to be the best of what electronic music has to offer across a wide spectrum of genres. When it comes to genre all of the albums listed here have electronic music at their soul in some shape or another, however I have purposefully left out hip-hop for the most part, although a small few might find their way in here or there on account of true love, however as I believe that.
  4. Tygozilkree
    Having grown up with his father and grandfather both being musicians, and after beginning to play the drums at the age of 3 years, it seemed to be in the cards, that Sune Vosbein-Jensen aka Gaze ill would end up making music. In , his interest for electronic music production started growing after years of playing the drums within the genres.
  5. Moogulkree
    A great entry in the "intro to electronic music" style that was popular at the end of the 60s – and like others in the genre, a set that seems to use each new track to demonstrate certain aspects of electronic music! Techniques include tape echoes, moogy passages, and even stereo separation effects – and lots of wonderful analogue.
  6. Dataxe
    Approaches/aesthetics: wall-to-wall music vs. no music at all vs. only diegetic music (mention the various approaches in USSR, England, France, Germany, Italy, etc.) Early commentary in the trade press (on sound in general, on musicals, on music, on `theme songs') transition: negative commentary on "theme songs".
  7. Moogusho
    The Bongolian -‘Moog Maximus’ (Released 1st July g Vinyl/CD/Digital. 9/ Fifth album from the Bongolian, taking us through the fractures of time like HG Wells, landing in ancient Rome, armed with a bank of Moog synthesisers, some heavy grooves and an eclectic fusion of Funk Soul Hammond Beat Jazz and a Sci-Fi Boogaloo.
  8. Faegami
    Vinyl, CD & Tape Hip Hop Organic Grooves Rock & Indie Electronic & Dance Reggae & Dancehall 31 Pop Classical Music 8 Soundtracks Show Filter & Categories .

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