Evol Intent & Ewun feat. Vicious Circle – Odd Number (The Surge) [original mix]

From our 2007 LP ‘Era Of Diversion,’ our collab with Ewun and Vicious Circle, ‘odd number.’

“‘NO BROV NEVER AN ODD NUMBER.’ This statement is how ‘Odd Number’ got it’s name. Initially we thought it was hilarious when Andrew VC said this at the tune’s humble beginnings, but behind the logic of making songs at even BPMs is very good reason I wasn’t aware of at the time. Years later I found out older MIDI sequencers would perform poorly and fuck up timing if you made a tune at an odd BPM.” -Gigantor

Also nicknamed ‘the surge’ since right after the file was a started a power surge hit the house (that good ol’ deep south ATL power grid).

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Fre4knc – Flink

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Dutch producer Fre4knc (pronounced Frequency) returns to Samurai Music to follow up on his successful 2013 release. The powerful style of ‘Tubular’ is updated for 2013 and turned into another dance-floor meteor with ‘Tellurian’. ‘The Source’ pays tribute to years gone by with precision editing, and as per other Fre4knc tunes, it sounds like no one else. ‘Flink’ rounds off the EP with another eternal breakbeat remodelled to create a unique Fre4knc stepper.

DJ support: Friction, Spectrasoul, Doc Scott, Loxy, Lenzman, Nu:Tone, Black Sun Empire, Lenzman, Rockwell, John B, Icicle, Nymfo, June Miller, Amit, Hybrid Minds, Amoss, Clarity, Overlook, Xtrah, Vicious Circle, Genotype and more

Preview entire release on SoundCloud: http://bit.ly/1fC6l91




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Jade & Axiom – Reality Drift

Okay, what about a little update to start the day ? Here’s a clean cut of “Reality Drift”, now a bit old (and previously named Midnight Crusher), this tune is still forthcoming on Lifted Music !

This should be on LFTD010 which will be a VA LP, with some others tracks by Spor, Apex, The Upbeats, Utopia and Vicious Circle, coming also with a CD mixed by Chris Renegade !



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Chook & Phace – Sculptured (Vicious Circle Remix)

Deepness of Chook, Precision of Phace, Vicious Circle make it roll.

Forthcoming on Full Force Recordings.
Release/catalogue number: FF015
Release date: Nov 22, 2010



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Hospitality At Matter January 2010

TICKETS FOR HOSPITALITY – http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/user/?region=gb_london&query=detail&event=365879
Hospitality At Matter January 2010, another awesome party!

We are back next in March:

Friday 5th March 2010

It’s hard to believe its been a year since our first party at Matter but with 6 sold out parties so far Hospitality at Matter continues to fly the flag as one of the most succesful residencies anywhere in the world…

To celebrate 1 year we bring you another plethora of bass heavy talent over 2 rooms.

Room 1 sees Hospital all-stars High Contrast, London Elektricity and Danny Byrd ft IK + Zarif backed up by Noisia, John B, Black Sun Empire and Sonic. We also have a special Cambridge treat with Logistics B2B Nu:Tone with Natalie Williams making good use of the stage on live vocals. Wrec, SP, Dynamite and AD will also be repping the Mic.

Room 2 sees Toddla T, Emalkay, Instra:Mental, Cotti, Vicious Circle and Seiji bring the booty shaking basslines.. DRS, Crazy D and System keep it lyrically fresh.