iEDM Radio Episode 144: Fox Stevenson

May 21st, 2017

Bio
Unhindered by the constraints of a particular genre, Fox Stevenson pushes against imposed limitations.

Growing up in an artistic environment, with a musician, writer, and theater director for a father, Fox didn’t need much prodding to explore art from the inside-out. Laying down his tracks from scratch, he will also write and perform his own vocals. As a live musician, he is unafraid to pick up the guitar, drums, bass, or mix a live DJ set on stage.

The casual listener is immediately struck by the emotional pith and complex narrative structures of his songs. Most dance song lyrics are throwaway, but Fox’s tracks are genuine, space-creating oddities of a new generation. They are indebted to the old singer-songwriters of the past, while also challenging traditional expectations for beat-based, electronic music. In a world that often prefers we choose ‘one or the other’, Fox is one of the few willing to balance and create a free-flowing tri-force of dance, pop, and rock in his music.

A rare master of the live and digital, he is always experimenting and improving on his own structural artifices. “There is no best way,” he says, “that I would prefer to learn. When someone tries to tell me the ‘best’ way of compressing a snare, I prefer to learn it myself, because otherwise I would never try and go outside of that.” Keeping true to this spirit—to his own standards—he has been performing under the alias Fox Stevenson, reflecting his maturing growth as an artist, and culminating in the release of his first EP, Endless, with Firepower Records. Following his debut EP, Fox released songs on Spinnin’ Records, Circus Records, Firepower Records, and on his own record label Cloudhead Records. With six Beatport #1 Releases under his name, in 2016, Fox Stevenson partnered with powerful bass music taste-making label, Disciple, while continuing close ties with Spinnin’ Records for house/electro music.

Be on the lookout for Fox Stevenson as he gets his music out to a wider audience, ups the ante with world-tours, produces in more sophisticated studios, and hosts a plethora of collaborations with other artists—as he tries simply, in his own words, “to be better and better.”

Tracklist
Fox Stevenson - ID
Shakecraft - Patchy Ft. Elektra
Aylen - Spread Ft. Gosh Father
Fox Stevenson - ID
Don Diablo - Cutting Shapes
Zedd - I Want You To Know (Fox Stevenson Remix)
Zonderling - Tunnel Vision (Don Diablo Edit)
Simian Mobile Disco - Audacity of Huge
Fox Stevenson - Tico
Antronio Giacca - Drop That Booty
Getter & ghastly - 666!
Tourist - To Have You Back
Oliver Heldens - Wombass
Madison Mars - Nilky Way
Quintino - Winner
Fox Stevenson - ID
Becky G - Shower (Mike Williams)
KC Lights - Intimacy
Fox Stevenson - ID
EPTIC - The End (Breax VIP)
Valentino Khan - Deep Down Low
Eptic & Habstrakt - Lazor 3000
Fox Stevenson - Sweets (Soda Pop)
Fox Stevenson & Curbi - Hoohah
Skrillex & Must Die! - VIPs
Calippo - How's Your Body
Fox Stevenson & Curbi - Hoohah VIP
Culture Shock - Gears
Fox Stevenson - Saloon
Subscape - I Would Have Loved You
Naked Fish & Fat Yeti - Surreality
Bro Safari & Space Laces - Fang Banger
Jaguar Skillz - Reload That
Zonderling - Crazy For You
Space laces - Bug Bass
Bevild - Wanna (Tisoki Flip)
Fox Stevenson - Radar
Fox Stevenson - ID
Lethal Bizzle - Fester Skank (Don Diablo Remix)
Hailee Steinfeld & Grey - Starving (Bali Bandits Remix)
Fox Stevenson - ID
Fox Stevenson - Never Before (Things Keep Changing)
Fox Stevenson - Rocket
Dj Snake & Yellowclaw - Ocho Cinco (Barely Alive Remix)
Mediks - So Cruel (Naked Fish Remix)

Socials
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iEDM Radio Episode 139: Flatdisk

April 16th, 2017

Bio
At the forefront of the international dance music community after manifesting their skill in production and alluring the eyes of veteran talents, Italy’s powerhouse duo Flatdisk is capturing both attention and momentum at the speed of sound. The duo’s formation came to be through Axel and Leonardo meeting through a common friend, a relationship with a common fervor for DJing that naturally evolved into a partnership. While being in touch with music since childhood, Axel’s upbringing involved performing in various bands with experience in playing guitar, bass and drums, while Leonardo’s background stemmed from studying violin and piano in the conservatory. Before joining forces, Axel worked his way from waiting tables at this parents’ restaurant to working in the TV industry alongside Leonardo who supported his parents’ bathhouse as a lifeguard while in university.

From humble beginnings in Milan, Axel and Leonardo took it upon themselves to create a dynamic music group that echoes their flair of sound production and passion to perform outside of the studio. The duo has aimed high and released prominent tracks on Universal Music, Revealed Recordings, Armada Music, Sosumi Records, Mixmash Records, and Flamingo Records and has received direct support from the likes of Martin Garrix, Tiesto, Steve Angello,, David Guetta, Don Diablo, Nicky Romero & beyond. Alongside the support by industry heavyweights, Axel and Leonardo came out on top of Revealed Recordings’ Beatport remix competition as Hardwell and his dedicated label team handpicked the Italian artists as the overall winners. The dynamic duo also power “Flatbeats Radio,” their own distinguished radio show with curated music weekly. The duo tagged themselves “Flatdisk” to emphasize how circularity exists in both life and music, similar to how a vinyl, CD, a disk, a spaceship or galaxy is circular and consistently evolving. Accomplished producers as they are remixers, Axel and Leonardo are masters of their unique and edgy art of creating euphoric and hard-hitting tracks that steer towards an electro edge.

Tracklist
Flatdisk & Gil Sanders Ft. Jacob Wellfair - Lost
Zedd Ft. Alessia Cara - Stay
Cash Cash Ft. Rozes - Matches
Flume Ft. Tove Lo - Say It (Illenium Remix)
DVBBS & CMC$ Ft. Gia Koka - Not Going Home
Shaun Frank Ft. Ashe - Let You Get Away
Sophie Francis - Without You
Sjur - Let Me Love You
Breathe Carolina & Streex - Up All Night
Don Diablo & Marnik - Children Of A Miracle
KO:YU & Don Palm - A Way Home
Klahr - Himanize
Klahr & Kev - Dreaming Wild
Ookay - Thief
The Chainsmokers - Paris
Flatdisk Ft. Dave Thomas Jr. - Higher (Sam Feldt Edit)

Socials
http://www.facebook.com/FlatdiskMusic
http://twitter.com/FLATDISK
http://www.soundcloud.com/flatdiskmusic
https://www.instagram.com/flatdiskmusic/

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iEDM Radio Episode 132: Dannic

March 5th, 2017

Bio 
Dannic, the prodigious DJ and producer from Breda in the Netherlands – the hometown of Tiësto and Hardwell - is one of the fiercest acts to emerge from the latest generation of Dutch artists, cementing himself as a go-to name that delivers within the world of big-room, grooving house. Bursting onto the scene with a DJ Mag Top 100 DJs Poll placing 4 years in a row as of 2016, it’s confirmed to tastemakers that Dannic is a driving force within the scene. Dannic’s long-running stance behind the radio airwaves including his recently-rebranded Fonk Radio venture, also demonstrates a producer that is well and truly tapped into the most vital and important industry trends that appeal to his ever-expanding audience.

From his debut releases on world-class labels including Toolroom and a longstanding relationship with Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings, Dannic’s constant output of dance floor-ready bangers and groove-laden productions continues to excite across live shows globally, as well as productions that set alight the biggest mainstage sets. Seeing the Dannic sound grace the stages of Creamfields, Tomorrowland, Miami Music Week, plus many more alongside the launch of his own aforementioned, independent imprint - Fonk Recordings – Dannic has reflected his musical flair from every angle. From sourcing Demos, A&R’ing, design and production, the first release through Fonk Recordings (A collaboration between Dannic himself and HIIO titled ‘Funky Time’) was supported by industry stars Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Fedde Le Grand and W&W, as a swathe of Top 10 releases signified its status, with the label still only in its early stages, Fonk Recordings also recently hosted a sold-out showcase party of label family and friends during the Amsterdam Dance Event in October.

As over 350,000 music-lovers descended onto the city, all of these components proved the perfect catalyst to propel Dannic and the future of Fonk Recordings into its next exciting chapter. After a slew of impressive dates across Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, Indonesia, China and Singapore, Dannic also returned to Tomorrowland, Ushuaïa Ibiza, threw down sets at the World’s Largest Club Germany’s World Club Dome and played numerous, extensive North American headline dates. Dannic also performed a career stand-out set during the final ‘I Am Hardwell: United We Are’ show at Germany’s Hockenheim, marking the first show that DJs had ever performed at the racing track – but taking his sound to his fans live is one thing, immersing them wherever they are in the world is another. Launching Dannicated at the start of 2017 as a sleek fan portal, Dannic is giving devotees unprecedented access to high-class video content, track streaming and the latest and greatest news in his world, an ongoing project that will be adapted to meet modern and current trends, whilst also staying ahead of the curve. With his live performances gaining unmissable status, it is clear to see that his vast studio outputs appear just as prolific, making it undeniable that Dannic has moved beyond the tag of “one to watch”.

As his unrelenting schedule is interspersed with huge dates across the globe, his high-quality audio weaponry only adds another string to his bow including anthems ‘Viper’, ‘Golden Hearts’, ‘Feel Your Love’, ‘Light The Sky’ and his latest big-hitter on Maxximize with ‘Noise’, that also shot to #1 on the Beatport Big Room Chart; all of these factors creating a flawless cocktail as Dannic looks forward to a bigger and better 2017. Ready to champion Fonk Recordings and its talents no matter the artists’ experience or infancy, Dannic’s musical passion underpins his every move as a DJ for the people, weather this be his noteworthy peers passing praise or his millions of fans around the globe connecting both in the flesh and via a plethora of digital mediums, the scene waits with bated breath for the next move of this shining Breda producer…

Tracklist
Brooks – Make Your Move (Gil Sanders Remix)
OB – Groove On Acid
Steve Redant – Rame
Dannic vs. Merk & Kremont ft. Duane Harden - Music
Tujamo - Make U Love Me
Daniel Bovie & Ray Rox vs. Beyonce - Stop Playing With My Mind (Dannic Bootleg)
Cassius vs. Arin Tone & Bassjackers - Sound Of Zing (Dannic Smash Up)
Anderblast - Theory
Sebjak & Will K - Smoke
Dannic - Jungle
Dannic - Blaze
Mako - Into The Sunset (Dannic Remix)
Teamwork & Thomas Feelman - Whisper Every Day (Far Behind Fonk Up)
Dannic - Can You Feel It?
Tom & Jame vs. Dannic & Bright Lights - Energy’s Forever (Dannic Mashup)
Dannic & Sick Individuals - Feel Your Love (DBSTF Remix)
Dannic - Fonk It Up
Bali Bandtis vs. Ed Sheeran - Don’t Hi Hi (Dannic Mashup)

Social
https://www.facebook.com/djdannic
https://twitter.com/dannic
https://soundcloud.com/dannic

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iEDM Radio Episode 110: Curbi

September 25th, 2016

BIO
As dance music tends to deliver younger bright stars every year, here's a prodigy the world surely will be talking about. 17-year old DJ/producer Curbi isn't even new to the game, he has already making tunes for a couple of years now. 
For sure, he's the talk of the town, early 2015, after signing a deal with Spinnin' Records and MusicAllStars management at the tender age of sixteen. But the signs were all there; a young lad from Essex, UK, making music in his bedroom, breaking borders as he created a house sound of his own. After Dutch tastemaker Oliver Heldens got hold of his track 'Discharge', it didn't take long for Curbi to get signed to Heldens' home label Spinnin' Records. 
The story is enchanting. 'Discharge' getting hundreds of thousands SoundCloud plays in mere days, getting picked up by the biggest DJs out there, remaining in the Top 10 of Beatport's main chart for 28 days (!) while the video is now counting over 2 million Youtube views and over 2.5 million SoundCloud plays. Not bad for a debut, the buzz around Curbi is only becoming larger by the day. 
After releasing his first mixtape early June, which scored 125,000 plays within a week, his second single 'Rubber' comes out on Spinnin’ Records. And surely, this is a worthy follow-up, a gem for the clubs, including Curbi's characteristic raw bass lines, adding tension with some deep synth chords creeping up on you during the breakdown. 
Pete Tong can't wait to premier it in his BBC radio show, while artists like Diplo, Oliver Heldens, Martin Solveig, David Guetta, Michael Calfan as well as Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike give it full support. Genre crossing, you could say, which is exactly what Curbi does with his bass heavy house music - his sound hits a nerve everywhere. 
Summer 2015 also sees Curbi make his DJ debut, playing at Martin Solveig's event My House in Pacha Ibiza - not bad for a show debut. After that, the young Brit sets on doing more performances, while also venturing into some collabs, releasing the exciting club tune 'Hoohah' together with fellow Brit Fox Stevenson (a track getting picked up by jocks like Hardwell, Diplo and Showtek), followed in October by the release of 'Butterfly Effect', a collab with Dutch duo Bougenvilla. 
In short, Curbi is going through a rollercoaster ride in 2015, concluded with a personal 'thank you' to his fans when he releases the free downloadable 'Fraternité EP', including three full tracks by the youngster. 
2016 sees Curbi continue living up to all the promises. His first release '51' already meets widespread DJ support (including Hardwell, Calvin Harris, Oliver Heldens, R3hab and Porter Robinson) before it's officially released, reaching #2 on Beatport's Electro House chart. 
The follow-up to this, the mighty club tune 'Triple Six', Curbi's first release on Tiësto's label Musical Freedom, reaches the same height, getting support from the label boss as well as DJs Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Hardwell, Oliver Heldens, Calvin Harris and Martin Garrix. 
May 2016 also sees Curbi play his first show in his home country, performing at the DOORN Records Label Night in London, while the young Brit also gears up to play key events across Europe in summer 2016, including
 Creamfields, Amnesia Ibiza, Myseryland and Parookaville. 

Tracklist
Alessia Cara - Here(Chris Lorenzo Remix)
Taiki Nulight &Grande - Fire Power (Original Mix)
Laidback Luke &Twoloud - Fcukin Beats (Original Mix)
Cause & Affect- The Herd (Original Mix)
Tchami & Malaa- Prophecy (Joey Rumble Remix)
The BeatThiefs -Umbungo (Chocolate Puma Remix)
HI-LO &Chocolate Puma - Steam Train (Original Mix)
Botnek - Bad Bitch(Original Mix)
Curbi - Red Point(Original Mix)
Pierce - Audi(Original Mix)
Hasse de Moor -Flava (Original Mix)
Dirty Audio - GorillaGlue (Original Mix)
Dallask - Powertrip(Original Mix)
Curbi vs Justice -Triple D.A.N.C.E. (Hardwell Mashup)
Galantis - No Money(Curbi Remix)
Mercer &SAYMYNAME - Wanted (Original Mix)
Fox Stevenson &Curbi - Hoohah (Original Mix)
Yellow Claw - In MyRoom (feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Tyga) (GTA Remix)
GLD - Mercy(Original Mix)
DVBBS & ShaunFrank ft. Delaney Jane - LA LA LAND (Lincoln Jesser Remix)
Shaun Frank ft.Ashe - Let You Go Away (Original Mix) 

Socials
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www.instagram.com/curbiofficial
www.soundcloud.com/curbiofficial
www.facebook.com/curbiofficial

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iEDM Radio Episode 56 - Droptek

June 11th, 2015

1. Droptek - Neon

2. Audio - Ultron

3. State of Mind - Full Force

4. Emperor - Mind Games

5. DC Breaks - Gambino - VIP

6. Mind Vortex - Against The Grain

7. The Prototypes - Pop it Off

8. Misanthrop - I Need More

9. Noisia, Mefjus & Hybris - Clusterfunk

10. Neonlight - Posthuman

11. EastColors - Things Inside (Hybris Remix)

12. Signs - Percuss

13. Neonlight - Guinea Pig

14. Apex - Hench

15. Culture Shock - Troglodyte

16. Friction vs Dimension - Kinetic

17. Noisia - Incessant

18. Teddy Killerz - Endlessly

19. Vaults - Lifespan (Spor Remix)

20. Disprove - What

21. Droptek - ???

22. Mob Tactics - Wolf Trap

23. Misanthrop - Big Data

24. Mefjus - Saturate

25. State of Mind & Chris S.U - Chariots

26. Loadstar - Under Pressure

27. Mind Vortex - Bigger Than That

28. Noisia - Dustup

29. Zhu - Faded (Delta Heavy Remix)


With many years of production experience behind him, and even more musical experience, Droptek (Lewis Munns) is an electronic music producer and live act from Bristol, UK. His sound covers a wide range of tempos and styles such as Drum & Bass, Electro-House, Dubstep and Glitch-hop. While representing his label Monstercat and his agency Kinphonic, Droptek is rapidly building a loyal fan base across the globe.

Some of his biggest achievements during his career as Droptek include remixes for artists (such as Krewella, Pegboard Nerds), Numerous Top 5's on Beatport, performing around Europe,  and a synchronisation deal with Ubisoft.

"Droptek isn’t afraid to explore each and every side of his sound." - Mitchell Buchanan (Dubstep.net)


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iEDMRadio Episode 53 - Downlow’d

May 22nd, 2015

Tracklist:

Ocelot – Beating Hearts (Louis La Roche Remix)
Don Diablo – Black Mask
R3hab & VINAI – How We Party
Our Time & Downlow’d – C’MON
AC Slater – Out Here
Format B – Dog Tag (Sebastien Leger Remix)
Peep This – Ass & Titties
Fries & Shine, Okestrated, & Big Nab – Melbourne bounce (Deorro Remix)
Uberjak’d – Bump Dat (Reece Low Remix)
Our Time – Heartless
Kastra – Boomshakalaka
Downlow’d – Hit The Crowd
Dyro – WOLV
Oliver Giacomotto, John Acquaviva – While My Wiki Gently Leaks
Tujamo – Hey Mister
Downlow’d – Systems Corrupted
Manufactured Superstars ft. Danny Rouge – Like Satellites (Mike Candys Remix)
Downlow’d - Legendary
Our Time – Blockbuster
ZIMO – Bite My Shiny Ass
Green Velvet – Dank (Breakdown Remix)
Primal Scream, Deadmau5, Elite Force – Come together
TAITO – Partying
Alesso – Tear The Roof Up
Disco Fries – Megatron Can’t Eat Snails
Aylen – Rafiki
Marc Remillard – Asylum
Mason Proper – Lock & Key (Ocelot Remix)
Kastra – Move Ur Feet
Kastra – Move Ur Feet (Aylen Remix)
Slander - Vanguard
Bio:
"Downlow'd or Die." It's a motto expressed by fans of the Electronic artist, El Paso native, and New York City transplant known as Downlow'd, who emerged from the rave jungle that is the American borderland in 2011. Beyond the computerhead, Downlow'd is a multi-genre electronic music producer, DJ, and founder of renowned breakthrough Electronic label, Macro Records. Since his inception, Downlow'd has been honing a style that has been described as manic, intense, and extremely theatrical. His live performances can be expected to take unexpected turns and incite raucous dance floor frenzies... Downlow'd's productions have earned him international recognition, support, and praise everywhere from major blogs to several industry tastemakers such as Steve Aoki, DJ Shiftee, Tommie Sunshine, RUN DMT, and more. Having been marked as a surefire up and comer on a collision course to take the scene by storm, it seems that Planet Earth only has two options... Downlow'd or Die.
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iEDM Radio Episode 36

January 18th, 2015

1. Trolley Snatcha - Dubplate
2. Frim - Hi
3. Dub Loadz - Fight Music
4. Innit - Like a Boss
5. Lumberjvck - Mirk Wood
6. Must Die - Project Ghost
7. We Bang - OMG Aliens
8. Dodge and Fuski - Killer Bees
9. Yogi - Burial (Skrillex and Trollphace Remix)
10. Trolley Snatcha - Take It Back
11. Skrillex - Going Wild (We Bang Bootleg)
12. What So Not - Jaguar
13. Twine - Freakin Out
14. Antiserum and Mayhem - Trippy
15. Laxx - The Invisible
16. Tove Lo - Stay High (Keys and Krates Bootleg)
17. Aero Chord - Atomic
18. Must Die - Hell Cat (Snails Remix)
19. Borgore - Decisions (We Bang Bootleg)
20. Tioska - Kabuki VIP
21. Must Die - Gem Shards
22. Snails - Wild (Must Die Remix)
23. Krumm - Hang Loose (We Bang Remix)
24. We Bang - WoAh
25. Skrillex and Zomboy - Ragga Bomb
26. Aero Chord - Break Them
27. Hero Bust - Bring it Back
28. DJ Godfather - Booty Work
29. Knife Party - Boss Mode
30. ???
31. Must Die - Imprint
32. Far East Movement - Bang it to the Curb
33. Aryay - Lawn Mower
34. Zak Leever - Satellite Mix
35. Don Kong - Focus
36. Drunk Girl - Back it Up
37. Foxsky - Rattle Snake

Your everyday Bass Monsta and one of Los Angeles, CA most respected Dubstep/Trap/Drum and Bass/Bass Music producer and DJ. First signed to Play Me Records with his debut release "Smash the Floor" which topped Beatport's dubstep top ten charts at #1for 8 weeks as well as Beatport's and the only dubstep track to hit the overall genre charts at #32. The release entitled "Summer Smash" includes "Smash the Floor" featured on the infamous Paula Abdul’s Live to dance as well as radio play on BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac Mash Up Mix show and Annie Nightingale's Radio 1 Breaks show, Skinz UK, DJ Hatcha’s pure Dubstep Ministry of Sound, and many others also includes electro dubstep smasher "Skytop" crowning him Beatport’s Breakthrough Artist of the 2010 in Dubstep.
With over 60 plus Digital releases, a new era starts for We Bang in 2013, with releases on Mega Labels such as Dim Mak Records, SQE, Audioporn, Play Me Records, Ultragore, Funky Elements, Heavy Artillery, Cr2, Rat Records, Ministry of Sound and so many more We Bang is also an accomplished music engineer who is known for his quality Mastering skills and working with such labels and companies such as Audioporn, Audiophile Live, Funky Elements, Monster Headphones, Onstar, and more, he has had countless engineered tracks chart on Beatport.
Playing alongside some of Dubstep’s greatest DJs and Producers such as Skrillex, 12 Planet, Kill the Noize, Plastician, Downlink, Antiserum, Liquid Stranger, Vaski, Flinch, Mimosa, Cookie Monsta, AK1200, Diesel Boy, Sluggo, Bare, and many others, his skills behind the decks bring an incredible amount of energy and versatility that pleases any crowd who loves Bass Music.

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iEDM Radio Episode 35

January 11th, 2015
1. Black Sound Effects - 19XX (unreleased)
2. Alesia - Hyacinthus
3. Panteros666 - Baby F-16
4. Ape Drums, Juyen Sebulba - Hit Em
5. Gesaffelstein - Control Movement
6. Atran, Manfred - What
7. Prok & Fitch, Filthy Rich - Time To Jam
8. Alesia - Ivo
9. Paul Ritch - Run Baby Run
10. Skitzofrenix, Kid Bassline - Bullet From A Gun (Kid Bassline Remix)
11. Skrillex - Dirty Vibe (Gladiator Remix)
12. Pyrodox, Sokos - Bad Habit
13. Black Sound Effects - AllNite (unreleased)
14. Destructo - Higher (Brodinski Remix)
15. Black Sound Effects - Telefoam (unreleased)
16. Sonny Fodera - People Forget
17. Ryan Collins - Movin Oz
18. Intermodal - The Bounce
19. Ballast - For Club Use ft. Kid Enigma
20. Richard Vission, Reid Steffan - Dirty Fingers ft. Luciana (Carl Noren & Swedish Egil Remix)
21. CamelPhat - The Act
22. Da Fresh, Maverickz - Free Your Mind (Adrian Hour Remix)
23. Black Sound Effects - Streets of Love (unreleased)
24. ZZT - ZZafrika (Gesaffelstein Remix)
25. Patrick O'Hearn - Ringmasters Dream (Black Sound Effects Remix)
26. Black Sound Effects - Assessment (unreleased)


Black Sound Effects was discovered in an abandoned recording studio in ██████████████.  The control room contained several pieces of unidentified electronic equipment, and appeared to have been thrown into considerable disarray.  The door to the studio was barred from the outside. The studio itself contained Black Sound Effects and two badly decayed human corpses, one male and one female. Black Sound Effects emit digitally generated acoustic energy at amplitudes ranging from 35dB to ███████. Subjects within audible range of Black Sound Effects may begin to display psychological abnormalities consistent with sensory overload as well as ███████████████.

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