Sunday, January 29, 2012

Out of The fog

The Well last night was, as it always seems to be, predictably bumping. If there was one common theme throughout the night it was the eclectic selection of sounds represented, with each of the (mostly LA local) DJs on the lineup bringing their own subtle style to the table for an offering that was in retrospect refreshingly diverse; the music literally hit all the bases from the deep end to thumping acid house and everything in between.

Two tracks that stood out in particular were Wax Motif & Neoteric's 2011 summer jam "Go Deep" and the TWR72 anthem "Summer Of '91 (Acid version)".. we've already given both of those tracks plenty of love on here though so instead I'll offer a little variation based off the two of them. First a delicious (even deeper) redub of "go deep" courtesy of Maxxi Soundsystem and second one of my favorite more obscure TWR72 efforts..

download: Neoteric & Wax Motif - Go Deep (Maxxi Soundsystem 12" Deep Mix)

[Go Deep full release on Beatport]

download: Alex Metric & Charli XCX - End Of The World (TWR72 Dub)

[TWR72 on Beatport]

And finally sticking with the LA theme, this forthcoming release on Culprit Records is, for lack of any more accurate way to put it, straight up jackin'.
CP021: Subb-an ft. Frank Carter III - What I Do (Konrad Black's "What I Did to You" Remix) by culpritlosangeles

1 comment:

  1. I dig the videos and reviews on your site about different electronic bands,djs, and things of the such. nice post. keep it up. Thanks. IStillGotMyGuitar