HTH vs HTH is a 7 track EP that pits the production processes of our artists against one another with Special Request and Akkord tackling each other’s stems whilst Call Super and Second Storey trade tracks alongside interweaved interpretations of House of
Acquired. Excellent as expected. For 1£ it might just be the catch of the year?
Recorded at 3:35pm on the 1st December 2013 at the Hostess Club Weekender at the Yebisu Garden Hall in Tokyo, Japan.
Thanks to everyone at Hostess for making the event and the recording happen.
The new album Beautiful Rewind is available now:
“I fell in love with techno in Warehouses on otherwise bleak industrial estates. I’ll never lose my fascination with the sound of a kick drum echoing around a huge concrete space. Hopefully this mix captures a little bit of the otherworldly vibe I stumbled across back then.” – Sigha The ‘Warehouse Sessions’ return to ELECTRONIC EXPLORATIONS once again this December &
EE Warehouse sessions are back!
Vorce turned 4 today!
Wow, really. Dafuq.
The dub techno artist goes off-piste.
RA.390 Deepchord http://www.residentadvisor.net/podcast-episode.aspx?id=390 … - This is great.
Knights of bass - Renegades
Hehe this was on heavy rotation in 98 (:
Akkord - Hex_ad
Following a pair of highly sought-after white labels and the superb Navigate EP, Akkord return to Houndstooth with their self-titled debut album.
Akkord began as a shadowy collective with an espoused passion for mathematics and sacred geometry, crafting intelligent and beautifully oppressive electronic music. Eventually revealed as a collaboration between experienced Mancunian bass producers Synkro and Indigo, ‘Akkord’ blurs the lines between junglist revivalism, smoky ambience, and suctioned dub, with a consistently engaging pulse linking the styles. Carefully arranged and achieving maximum impact on a proper soundsystem, Akkord have turned in an ominous and daring debut LP.
Previews of each track on the album will be revealed during the weeks leading up to the release via http://akkordmusik.net and other sources.
‘Akkord’ is to be released on 25th November 2013. Available on double LP, cut to heavyweight 180g vinyl by mastering engineer of the year, Matt Colton, CD and digital. Order your copy direct from Houndstooth: http://bit.ly/HTH015 or iTunes: http://smarturl.it/HTH015
Time zone - Wildstyle (intrsumental)
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AMA with AE. <3
Nils Frahm - Says (Live on KEXP)
jesus fuck this is too good.
Listen/purchase: The Love From Afar by Greetings From Tuskan
Dubstep turned futuristic, synth producer Ital Tek, aka Alan Myson, pushes the boundaries of electronic music. Experimenting with his ever evolving, accomplished sound, incorporating a vast range of influences, working from a dub template, Ital’s music always feels unexpected. Creating a bespoke mix for this weeks i-DJ, allow his transportive, selection of tracks build the hype for the weekend ahead.
Ital Tek - Control
DJ Rashad - Pass That Shit
Ital Tek - Birdtrak (Unreleased)
Moresounds - Flocon (House Of Black Lanterns Remix)
Ital Tek - Fireflies
Ital Tek - Shinra (Unreleased)
Mark Pritchard - Soundboy Fuck Off
Special Request - Deranged
Om Unit - Governers Bay
Ital Tek - Mega City (Unreleased)
Tim Hecker - Stab Variation
Sam KDC - Ascetic
Machinedrum - Gunshotta (Fracture Remix)
Ital Tek - Tokyo Freeze (Remix)
Ital Tek - Challenger Deep
Nils Frahm - Full Performance (Live on KEXP)