DeepDownDirty is proud to present you with Enlightenment; from atmospheric, hypnotic soundscapes to lose-yourself-in-the-music deep music bangers, these tracks will take you on a journey into music you will not soon forget courtesy of electronic music maestros JawJee, Kiz Pattison, Nila, Kenshi Kamaro, Cruster and our special guest remixers: the one and only Phil Hartnoll co-producing with the talented Rob Gritton (one of the owners of the fabulous Moon Island Records).
Total Loss 12 is now released. With 2 tracks (Null & Void – Fil Devious in top 5 and Acid Factory – Spliffy B in top 10) hitting the top 10 off the 909London Charts within first 3 days it is looking like it is going to be moving through the Acid Techno scene fast.
The 3 track release includes:
Todd Terry presents House Classics, a 70 minute mix of top House tracks. House Classics is Todd Terry’s first release on House music label, Static Music.
House Classics Tracklist:
Intro – Todd Terry
Get It Up (Original Mix) – RM Project
Beat Like This (Original Mix) – Todd Terry
Acid (Original Mix)- Electronika
Another Worry (Dub) – Todd Terry
Drop That (Original Mix) – Todd Terry
Get On (Original Mix) – Lexicon Avenue
Put the Fire Out (Murk Main Mix) – Annette Taylor
Fixation (Straight to My Head Mix) – Chocolate Fudge
All Hooked up & Ready to Go – BLM
Samba (Alex Tech Remix) – Todd Terry
Fukk U (Original Mix) – Todd Terry
The Magnificent (Booker T 007 Dub) – Agent 00
Baby Can U Reach (Roog)- Todd Terry
Bring It Back to Love (Den2’s Rubba Soul Dub) – Gerideau
R U Sleepin’ (Todd Edwards Remix) – Indo
Keep on Jumpin’ (Rhythm Masters Mix) – Todd Terry
The Creeps (Hoxton Redub) – Freaks
Whuup (Louie Vega Remix) – Roland Clark
Babarabatiri (Original Mix) – Todd Terry
We heard the sad news recently of the departing of Andreas Gehm. A producer very much will be missed
Label: Dirty Sound Records – DIRTY 001
Purchase can be from Discogs
Acid Division – Though Crime
Published on 8 Dec 2015
open source 3 / fabulous 23s – can’t live without it
Acid Child presents “Seven Inch Itch”, a tribute to Roland’s TR-707 machine. Released in 1984 it went on to form the core of many Acid House productions. Join us in celebrating the iconic sound that is the 707 with tracks by Juno Ensemble, DJ Hi-Shock, Master Master and Acid Child himself, specifically written for this compilation.