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Wednesday
Jan302013

Are We Related??...Drip..Drip..Drip

Two of The Deep North's finest, Sean Roman & Dick Diamonds have just had one of their phattest remixes released this week on the stellar Extended Play label right out of Belfast, Ireland. That's right Bubba & T-Bone's latest release featuring the legendary NYC veteran Abe Duque, Bloodline, is all that and then some. With four rocking remixes of the hardcore original it's a tasty treat for your dancing feet. Check the boys doped re-salt track and then go out into the internet and buy it off the digital shelf. Can you dig it?

Bubba & T-Bone ft. Abe Duque - Bloodline EP >>> [BUY IT]

Friday
Mar092012

DRM032: POPULETTE [MAX PASK]

Yes, those are the faces of Populette's Max and Andrew on a sheet of acid. Populette will be at Late & Deep tomorrow night. Click picture for more info.

We usually don't post two Deeply Rooted Mixtapes as close together as we are today, but we have to put up Max Pask of Populette's mix in order to get it up before he plays LATE & DEEP #12 tomorrow.  Max is one half of NYC duo Populette which has original and remix releases on super cool labels such as Throne Of Blood, Peacefrog and Turbo.  What we like about Populette is their originality and creativity, something that is often spoken about but rarely practiced.  We cannot wait to see Max's set this Saturday night, he told me that he has prepared a proper shake session to get us all greased late night.  Super stoked for this one!!

DRM032: POPULETTE - MAX PASK DOES IT EXCLUSIVE & NORTHERN MIX

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...by DICK DIAMONDS

Saturday
Feb252012

TASC: New Video & Tune

TASC is a Toronto monster on the decks and has been putting in his work in studio - - catch him tonight at LATE & DEEP in Toronto.

TASC shot me this brand new video he put together for his track Across the Bridge.  TASC, a long time DJ in Toronto, has been turning up the heat on his productions as of late, and I cannot wait to see what else he has cooking in the god damn kitchen.  No doubt there is some tasty selections on the way.

Check out TASC tonight at our LATE & DEEP Party between 10pm and 6am.  Tasc is playing at 2am, so make sure you dont miss his set right before DJ FAME (NYC) goes on at 3am.  Super stoked!

 

Tasc - Across The Bridge from Spaceballin' on Vimeo.

BUY some of TASC's productions on Beatport, brought to you by his label Spaceballers.

 

....by dick diamonds 

Tuesday
Jun282011

Game Changer: Beltram

Joey Beltram - Energy Flash (Original release,1990)  >>> [BUY IT]

Joey Beltram is a name that many lovers of EDM may never have heard of, even among big Techno fans.  A shame, really, because this guy was a true gamechanger and an undeniable part of Techno music's history.  I personally find myself struggling to keep up (and in fact always behind) with all the who's who and all of that jazz, so I can totally relate.  Affordable start up equipment and the internet does not help one god damn bit either - -  we are often bombarded with the names of hundreds of artists, EPs, LPs, Singles, Labels, releases, parties and promoters every week.  Who in their right mind could ever remember it all?  No one.  

Anyways, Beltram gripped Techno by the balls in 1990 -- at only 19 years of age -- with his now club-classic track "Energy Flash", a banger with a blasphemous bassline, scuttling high hats, hand claps, siren blasts, synth bursts and angelic choir-like vocal clips which contrast with deep voices murmuring words like "ecstacy" and "acid", much like a seedy house dealer would in a clubs dirty bathroom.  1990's Energy Flash solidified Joey Beltram's place in Techno history alongside other legendary producers of the late 80's and early 90's including LFO, Phuture, A Guy Called Gerald and 4Hero, among others.  Rightfully so, this track is nothing short of a hot shower from a pack of cyber-howitzers.

JB3 aka Joey Beltram - Forklift (1993) >>> [BUY IT]

Yeah, also check out this sweet video for 1993's Forklift.  This video blows my mind.  To think that a time like this existed, a time when MTV was actually playing sweet underground electronic music.  Good luck finding anything this radical rolling on Music Television today! Flick it to the next channel after indulging in this insane tune.

 

DICK DIAMONDS