The Exaltics – The Hunch (Hadamard’s Ravage Of The Planet Mix)

Video featuring Metropolis (Fritz Lang 1927) The Exaltics – The Hunch (Hadamard’s Ravage Of The Planet Mix) Taken from the EP, We Are Not Your Friends (Remixes) (Last Known Trajectory | Trajectory 1001X | 2011) | TENEBROUS | Robert Witschakowski (The Exaltics)… After studying the people of Earth for many years The Exaltics came to our planet in 2006 to transmit their message to the people. Here they created their own platform: “solaronemusic” for their final mission. Whilst being amongst us they built up connections with people that understood The Exaltic mother tongue. Collaboration partners like Z-bop and Transient Force are examples of home bases on earth. The invasion begins… -Discogs. The Exaltics MySpace: www.myspace.com The Exaltics Website: www.the-exaltics.com Janko Bartelink (Hadamard) is from Apeldoorn, Netherlands. Links: soundcloud.com www.facebook.com Video made using trakAxPC software. Website: www.trakax.com YT Channel with excellent tutorials: www.youtube.com

Scape One – Full Circle

Scape One – Full Circle Taken from the EP, Altered Carbon (Napalm Enema Records 2011) | ELECTROCUTE | Kurt Baggaley (Scape One)… UK Electro producer who records for various underground labels world wide. Kurt’s initiation into Electro began way back in the early 80’s when he appeared on BBC Television as a Robot Dancer. The fascination with machines lead to the purchase of several drum machines and eventualy a TR-808 in 1986. Many years were spent making music at home and doing various gigs along the South Coast of England. Kurt also formed the Hip Hop group Severe Carnage in 1987 where he gained the name Scape One. Kurt later went on to become co-producer for the south coast Electro outfit Transparent Sound producing various titles, most namely the underground Electro track ‘Freaks Frequency’. Since 2000, Kurt has gone on to produce more material as an independant producer, recording for various labels. (Edited) -Discogs. Scape One MySpace: www.myspace.com Scape One Facebook: www.facebook.com Kurt Baggaley Facebook: www.facebook.com Napalm Enema Records is a label based in Canada. Links: soundcloud.com napalmenema.com www.facebook.com www.myspace.com Turntable: Fletcher Omega Point 3

The Exaltics – The Hunch (Ravage The Planet Mix) [Forthcoming Release]

Video featuring the B-Movie, Teenagers From Outer Space (1959) One of the ironies of the movie is that there isn’t a single teenager in it! hahaha!! The Exaltics – The Hunch (Ravage The Planet Mix) Taken from the EP, We Are Not Your Friends (Remixes) (Last Known Trajectory | Trajectory 1001X | 2011) | EXTERMINATE | Robert Witschakowski (The Exaltics)… After studying the people of Earth for many years The Exaltics came to our planet in 2006 to transmit their message to the people. Here they created their own platform: “solaronemusic” for their final mission. Whilst being amongst us they built up connections with people that understood The Exaltic mother tongue. Collaboration partners like Z-bop and Transient Force are examples of home bases on earth. The invasion begins… -Discogs. The Exaltics MySpace: www.myspace.com The Exaltics Website: www.the-exaltics.com Video made using trakAxPC software. Website: www.trakax.com YT Channel with excellent tutorials: www.youtube.com

Morphology – Convince The Computer

Morphology – Convince The Computer Taken from the EP, Zircon Affair (diametric 2011) | BEAUTY | Morphology are Matti Turunen (Näköradiomies) & Michael Diekmann (Harrison Fnord, CRC) , both are from Finland. Morphology MySpace: www.myspace.com Matti Turunen (Näköradiomies) MySpace: www.myspace.com Michael Diekmann (Harrison Fnord, CRC) MySpace: www.myspace.com The Label, diametric… diametric. is a Glasgow based label, which releases vinyl and CD’s only, strictly limited to 300 copies worldwide. The philosophy behind the label is easily explained: love and passion for electronic music that is not connected to the superficial egomaniac profiling of many so called artists. It’s about respect for and consciousness of tradition in electronic music as an artform. Trends and hypes are not of interest. Therefore the goal of this label is to release music by artists who are not following a trend or trying to make easy money, but who live a true passion for their music. diametric. focuses on deep soulful Techno, Electro, House or whatever kind of music fits into this philosophy. -Discogs. www.diametric-music.com Turntable: Spiral Groove SG2

Optic Nerve – Another World

Optic Nerve – Another World Taken from the EP, Trilogy – Wave 2 (Direct Beat DB4W-006 – 1995) | DETROIT | Keith Tucker is a member of AUX 88 and is from Detroit. Keith Tucker Facebook: www.facebook.com Video made using trakAxPC software. Website: www.trakax.com YT Channel with excellent tutorials: www.youtube.com

Impakt – At The End

Impakt – At The End Taken from the album, Resonant Escape (Solar One Music – SOM015 – 2011) | WAVE | Jørgen Indal (Impakt)… A strange musician supposedly from Norway. Master of all music genres and sound production. -Discogs. www.facebook.com The Label, Solar One Music… Solar One Music was established in 2006 by Nico Jagiella and Robert Witschakowski -Discogs. Links: www.youtube.com www.facebook.com www.solaronemusic.com www.myspace.com www.facebook.com www.facebook.com Video made using trakAxPC sofware. Website: www.trakax.com TY Channel with excellent tutorials: www.youtube.com

Weight And Treble – Things To Come (Original Mix)

Weight And Treble – Things To Come (Original Mix) Featuring, Susanna La Polla. Taken from the double EP, Things To Come (Toffler Music Entertainment 2011) | DREAD | Manuele Giannini, Massimo Carozzi (Weight And Treble)… Sharp as a knife, deep as a well, such is the sound of Weight and Treble. Manuele Giannini (production, programming), Massimo Carozzi (production, mixing) and Suz (vocals) share the same passion for heavy basslines, relentless rhythms and crashing echo chambers. Operating upon an unfolding canvas of analogue synthesisers and dusty record players, Weight and Treble builds skeletal, stripped bare bass and drum structures in which the space between sounds is crucial. The music is tense and tight, deep and reverberating, strictly rooted in the chemistry of the recording studio. -Discogs. Links: www.youtube.com www.facebook.com soundcloud.com www.vimeo.com www.myspace.com The Label, Toffler Music Entertainment… Italian label founded by Stefano Patarnello. Links: soundcloud.com tofflermusic.official.fm www.facebook.com www.myspace.com www.youtube.com www.play.fm www.juno.co.uk www.junodownload.com www.beatport.com Susanna La Polla: www.facebook.com Turntable: Crosley CR40 Mini portable

ERP – Vox Automaton

One of my all time fave Hanson tracks, just had to do a video for it :-) ERP – Vox Automaton Taken from the EP, Vox Automaton (Frustrated Funk 2007) | SUBLIME | Gerad Hanson (ERP, ERP, Convextion) Gerard Hanson was born in 1972. He hails from the unlikely environments of Dallas, Texas USA. Little is known about this producer who seems to have Scandinavian roots. His productions have reflections with Basic Channel/Chain Reaction sound. His main inspirations are Juan Atkins and Derrick May. His music also has influences from Stefan Robbers, Red Planet and Carl Craig. He found a way where everything came together: Deepness, Minimalism and Soul, the Detroit-Berlin connection. In 1994 Gerard Hanson and Dan Kurzius started Hardsync, a Magazine dedicated to electronic music reviews and artist interviews. It has been defunct since 1996 as a result of a computer crash. Hard Sync was an outlet for several Texas-based electronic music enthusiasts to reach out to others around the world that shared similar musical interests. He released his first 12″ in 1995. Ever since his debut 12″ on Matrix in 1995. From 1995-1997, he released 5 EPs, and then only 2 more in the next 6 years until 2005. The reason he produced so infrequently was because when his first releases came out, the tracks were licensed to some big releasers and he did not get paid for them. After that some other labels approached him but just wanted more of the same and didn’t really seem to understand his sound. They just