If you’ve spent some time on MatchMusik you may have discovered ours (and hopefully your) love for Tom Day. All four songs on Without Words is at least four and a half minutes of pure production, really giving each song on the EP time to grow and evolve and yet, as Tom says below, it is all mixed into one continuous mix. Without Words is beautiful, and that’s all I have to say. Enjoy.
This is a four track EP inspired by the colder autumn/winter days in Melbourne, Australia.
4 songs, 20 mins, mixed all as one.
The Doppelgangaz treat us with an early stream of their yet to be released album. Both Matter Ov Fact & EP go hard across their 12 self-produced tracks. This is one that you’ll want to give a real listen & maybe even pick up for yourself (pre-order on iTunes now). Hark. March 12. Enjoy.
Update: Video added.
EP & Matter Ov Fact, together known as The Doppelgangaz have given us the title track & first single from their upcoming album, Hark. Expect the project to drop March 12. Enjoy.
Zeds Dead has release a 5 track EP with a bunch of new songs via Diplo’s record Mad Decent. From the opener, “Demons”, a nightmare inducing track with heavy, pulsating synths as well as keys and strings plucked straight from classic horror films to “Mr. Sub”, which displays a more minimalist approach from the duo with a bouncing bass and touches of space-disco synths and “Rave” a breakbeat monster that hits so fast they put in an audible breaths to remind listeners to take one themselves. This no hold barred approach to electronic music has posed Zeds Dead as one to keepan eye on in the year ahead.
Archie isn’t finished with 2012 just yet releasing a 2 track EP with free downloads via his facebook page. It’s much what we are us to from Archie as he brings his heavy, synth styled progressive house.
Ive been anticipating this EP for a while now but now the wait is over! This EP shows the power of remixes and how they can completely change a song. From Mutrix’s rolling moombahton, Stephen Swartz’s vocal chopping, Pegboard Nerds’ hard-hitting bass, Liedholm’s progressive angle, and Killagraham’s funky, rock fusion, this EP truly has it all covered.
The Dubstep legend Rusko is busy at work in between the countless festivals he performs at. Today Rusko has released a four track EP titled “Kapow” and it’s what we have grown to know from Rusko. Using his 140bpm dubstep formula with his heavy0 and bold bass wobbles whilst also incorporating some fresh new ideas ,this is why it will not only appeal to the avid dubstep fans.