I’ve been working on some new acid house/techno stuff with Dave, DC Bell. Weve been working on getting a live set together, and also just jamming on a bunch of cool tunes using hardware only; no computers, automation, edits, just hardware down to multitrack and/or stereo mix.
Weve put the best of the rest on Soundcloud as a free EP for download/listening, check it out;
For simplicity we’ll still be called ‘Paradigm X’ at this stage.
We have more better tunes but keeping them under wraps jsut for the moment.
Mad EP kindly dropped a 30 minute Paradigm X acid house mix on Sub.FM recently. It featured the following Paradigm X tracks;
01. Plastikman – Ask Yourself (Paradigm X Remix)
02. Paradigm X & DC Bell – Network Acid (Paradigm X Remix)
03. Paradigm X – Platform 2
04. Paradigm X – The Ride
05. DC Bell & Paradigm X – Wow
06. Paradigm X & DC Bell – Network Acid
07. Paradigm X – Cubacid v0.9
You can download the full 2 hour mix HERE, which is well worth it.
My mate Dave, who I’ve been doing some acid/techno stuff recently, has always wanted to make use of a huge sample/rant from the film ‘Network‘.
I then used the basis of the tune to enter a competition on the x0xb0x forum, to win another x0xb0x kit. I obviously had to remove the sample, but the tune won the competition! 🙂 Since I finally finished building the x0xb0x yesterday, it’s definitely time to post the winning tune for your listening or downloading pleasure.
Burn Studios recently ran a Plastikman remix competition. Plastikmans older stuff (Musik in particular) is some of my favourite, ahem, music ever, so I was delighted to enter. I didnt actually win (there were over 1300 entries!) so here is my entry for your listening and downloading pleasure.
Subvert Central runs an occasional collaborative project whereby 60 tracks, each of 60 seconds long are combined into an exceptionally interesting hour long ‘mix’. The second installment of this project has just been released.
Its completely free, and well worth a download. FLAC and MP3s available, as well as a soundcloud page.