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  1. SUB FOCUS @ one nation MEGAUPLOAD - One-Click Webhosting 01) Futurebound & Matrix - Universal Truth 02) ? 03) Subfocus - Flamenco (rewind) 04) Pendulum & Fresh & Spyda & Tenor Fly - Black Tarantula 05) Dr Oactagon - Aliens (Subfocus unreleased remix) 06) TC - Jump 07) Die & Clipz feat. Ben Westbeach - Number 1 (rewind) 08) TC - Game Over 09) Logistics - Girl From Mars 10) Subfocus - ? 11) Fresh - Pink Panther 12) Switch - A Bit Patchy (Subfocus remix) >>> Die & Clipz - Black Doves 13) Roni Size & Die - It's A Jazz Thing (Utah Jazz remix) 14) Tommy Boy aka TC - Flips Flops 15) Dr Oactagon - Aliens (Subfocus remix) 16) Twisted Individual - Hand Grenade (Clipz remix) 17) Cyantific - Ghetto Blaster (Subfocus remix ??) 18) Subfocus - Swamp Thing
  2. yup rooftop totally renovated! gonna be huge!!
  3. review of upcoming release - taken from D.O.A LOGISTICS – “NOW MORE THAN EVER” 2XCD – HOSPITAL There have been a load of albums coming in the last couple of years, but for some reason, Hospital snags a lot of the artists who are creating some of the most fondly awaited albums: Nu:Tone, Cyantific, and now Logistics, Nu:Tone’s brother. He’s been on a roll for a while, coming into prominence quickly with tunes like “Space Jam” and the massive “Together”, and apparently has been grinding out about 100+ tunes for his debut album, “Now, More Than Ever”. This opus will be dropped on vinyl as well as 2xCD, which is the true treat. Not only are you treated to heavily-rinsed tunes like “Inhale”, “The Divide” and the bouncy “Beatbox Master”, Logistics takes his style and morphs it over differing styles of DnB. Disc One (“Now”) jumps from licks like “City Life” that have a more sullen, driving vibe to them, while “Everything Is Illuminated”, which has a funky fresh feel to them. We also get to hear some of his own vocal work with “Machine”, and we get a treat in “Cascades of Colour”, which features the Ananda Project on a truly beautiful collaboration. Disc Two is entitled “More Than Ever”, and delves into the grittier side of his sound, ready for the bassbin tracks that are guaranteed d-floor danger. “Time To Give It Up” pairs a deep, woofer bustin’ bassline with some classic old school cut up bizness from DJ Fu. “Juno 6” has a subterranean flair to it, along with crazy percussive elements that bring a nice contrast to the track. There’s so much to mention on these two discs, but the result is still the same: quality, forward thinking DnB for 2006. Logistics brings back some of that “fast soul music” vibe, as well as takes it a few light-years ahead of the competition. You will be doing yourself an injustice by not grabbing the album when it hits your store; contender for one of the best of the year, no doubt. Words by Khal
  4. review of upcoming release - taken from D.O.A LOGISTICS – “NOW MORE THAN EVER” 2XCD – HOSPITAL There have been a load of albums coming in the last couple of years, but for some reason, Hospital snags a lot of the artists who are creating some of the most fondly awaited albums: Nu:Tone, Cyantific, and now Logistics, Nu:Tone’s brother. He’s been on a roll for a while, coming into prominence quickly with tunes like “Space Jam” and the massive “Together”, and apparently has been grinding out about 100+ tunes for his debut album, “Now, More Than Ever”. This opus will be dropped on vinyl as well as 2xCD, which is the true treat. Not only are you treated to heavily-rinsed tunes like “Inhale”, “The Divide” and the bouncy “Beatbox Master”, Logistics takes his style and morphs it over differing styles of DnB. Disc One (“Now”) jumps from licks like “City Life” that have a more sullen, driving vibe to them, while “Everything Is Illuminated”, which has a funky fresh feel to them. We also get to hear some of his own vocal work with “Machine”, and we get a treat in “Cascades of Colour”, which features the Ananda Project on a truly beautiful collaboration. Disc Two is entitled “More Than Ever”, and delves into the grittier side of his sound, ready for the bassbin tracks that are guaranteed d-floor danger. “Time To Give It Up” pairs a deep, woofer bustin’ bassline with some classic old school cut up bizness from DJ Fu. “Juno 6” has a subterranean flair to it, along with crazy percussive elements that bring a nice contrast to the track. There’s so much to mention on these two discs, but the result is still the same: quality, forward thinking DnB for 2006. Logistics brings back some of that “fast soul music” vibe, as well as takes it a few light-years ahead of the competition. You will be doing yourself an injustice by not grabbing the album when it hits your store; contender for one of the best of the year, no doubt. Words by Khal
  5. review of upcoming release - taken from D.O.A LOGISTICS – “NOW MORE THAN EVER” 2XCD – HOSPITAL There have been a load of albums coming in the last couple of years, but for some reason, Hospital snags a lot of the artists who are creating some of the most fondly awaited albums: Nu:Tone, Cyantific, and now Logistics, Nu:Tone’s brother. He’s been on a roll for a while, coming into prominence quickly with tunes like “Space Jam” and the massive “Together”, and apparently has been grinding out about 100+ tunes for his debut album, “Now, More Than Ever”. This opus will be dropped on vinyl as well as 2xCD, which is the true treat. Not only are you treated to heavily-rinsed tunes like “Inhale”, “The Divide” and the bouncy “Beatbox Master”, Logistics takes his style and morphs it over differing styles of DnB. Disc One (“Now”) jumps from licks like “City Life” that have a more sullen, driving vibe to them, while “Everything Is Illuminated”, which has a funky fresh feel to them. We also get to hear some of his own vocal work with “Machine”, and we get a treat in “Cascades of Colour”, which features the Ananda Project on a truly beautiful collaboration. Disc Two is entitled “More Than Ever”, and delves into the grittier side of his sound, ready for the bassbin tracks that are guaranteed d-floor danger. “Time To Give It Up” pairs a deep, woofer bustin’ bassline with some classic old school cut up bizness from DJ Fu. “Juno 6” has a subterranean flair to it, along with crazy percussive elements that bring a nice contrast to the track. There’s so much to mention on these two discs, but the result is still the same: quality, forward thinking DnB for 2006. Logistics brings back some of that “fast soul music” vibe, as well as takes it a few light-years ahead of the competition. You will be doing yourself an injustice by not grabbing the album when it hits your store; contender for one of the best of the year, no doubt. Words by Khal
  6. review of upcoming release - taken from D.O.A LOGISTICS – “NOW MORE THAN EVER” 2XCD – HOSPITAL There have been a load of albums coming in the last couple of years, but for some reason, Hospital snags a lot of the artists who are creating some of the most fondly awaited albums: Nu:Tone, Cyantific, and now Logistics, Nu:Tone’s brother. He’s been on a roll for a while, coming into prominence quickly with tunes like “Space Jam” and the massive “Together”, and apparently has been grinding out about 100+ tunes for his debut album, “Now, More Than Ever”. This opus will be dropped on vinyl as well as 2xCD, which is the true treat. Not only are you treated to heavily-rinsed tunes like “Inhale”, “The Divide” and the bouncy “Beatbox Master”, Logistics takes his style and morphs it over differing styles of DnB. Disc One (“Now”) jumps from licks like “City Life” that have a more sullen, driving vibe to them, while “Everything Is Illuminated”, which has a funky fresh feel to them. We also get to hear some of his own vocal work with “Machine”, and we get a treat in “Cascades of Colour”, which features the Ananda Project on a truly beautiful collaboration. Disc Two is entitled “More Than Ever”, and delves into the grittier side of his sound, ready for the bassbin tracks that are guaranteed d-floor danger. “Time To Give It Up” pairs a deep, woofer bustin’ bassline with some classic old school cut up bizness from DJ Fu. “Juno 6” has a subterranean flair to it, along with crazy percussive elements that bring a nice contrast to the track. There’s so much to mention on these two discs, but the result is still the same: quality, forward thinking DnB for 2006. Logistics brings back some of that “fast soul music” vibe, as well as takes it a few light-years ahead of the competition. You will be doing yourself an injustice by not grabbing the album when it hits your store; contender for one of the best of the year, no doubt. Words by Khal
  7. ENJOY kiko live at transit in atlanta sorry i dont have a track listing for this one hive live at funktion in l.a. 01. Bad Company - Bullet Time (The Upbeats Remix) 02. Dom & Roland - Hear My Call 03. Limewax - Bomb 04. Gridlok & Dom - Hooked (Tech Itch & Dieselboy Remix) 05. Moving Fusion - The Beginning (Hive & Keaton Remix) 06. Break - Gunk 07. Dr. Octagon - Aliens (Sub Focus Remix) 08. Audio - Destroyed 09. Ed Rush, Optical & Matrix - Roadrunner 10. Mr. L - This Is Hardcore 11. Gridlok & El Hornet - Hollywood 12. Dom & Rolland - U Do Voodoo 13. Limewax - Invasion 14. Rufige Kru - Fear Heaven 15. Spirit - Siren (Hive Remix) 16. Amit - Swastika 17. Evol Intent & Ewun - Reality Check 18. Kryptic Mind & Leon Switch - More Like You (Unknown Error Remix) 19. Limewax - 666 Untitled 20. Pendulum - Vault VIP >>> Hive - Ultrasonic Sound (Dillinja Remix) 21. Hive & Gridlok (Feat. D-Bridge, Break & Silent Witness) - Standing Room Only 22. Spirit - Redial 23. Rufige Kru - Inside Your Soul
  8. ENJOY kiko live at transit in atlanta sorry i dont have a track listing for this one hive live at funktion in l.a. 01. Bad Company - Bullet Time (The Upbeats Remix) 02. Dom & Roland - Hear My Call 03. Limewax - Bomb 04. Gridlok & Dom - Hooked (Tech Itch & Dieselboy Remix) 05. Moving Fusion - The Beginning (Hive & Keaton Remix) 06. Break - Gunk 07. Dr. Octagon - Aliens (Sub Focus Remix) 08. Audio - Destroyed 09. Ed Rush, Optical & Matrix - Roadrunner 10. Mr. L - This Is Hardcore 11. Gridlok & El Hornet - Hollywood 12. Dom & Rolland - U Do Voodoo 13. Limewax - Invasion 14. Rufige Kru - Fear Heaven 15. Spirit - Siren (Hive Remix) 16. Amit - Swastika 17. Evol Intent & Ewun - Reality Check 18. Kryptic Mind & Leon Switch - More Like You (Unknown Error Remix) 19. Limewax - 666 Untitled 20. Pendulum - Vault VIP >>> Hive - Ultrasonic Sound (Dillinja Remix) 21. Hive & Gridlok (Feat. D-Bridge, Break & Silent Witness) - Standing Room Only 22. Spirit - Redial 23. Rufige Kru - Inside Your Soul
  9. ENJOY kiko live at transit in atlanta sorry i dont have a track listing for this one hive live at funktion in l.a. 01. Bad Company - Bullet Time (The Upbeats Remix) 02. Dom & Roland - Hear My Call 03. Limewax - Bomb 04. Gridlok & Dom - Hooked (Tech Itch & Dieselboy Remix) 05. Moving Fusion - The Beginning (Hive & Keaton Remix) 06. Break - Gunk 07. Dr. Octagon - Aliens (Sub Focus Remix) 08. Audio - Destroyed 09. Ed Rush, Optical & Matrix - Roadrunner 10. Mr. L - This Is Hardcore 11. Gridlok & El Hornet - Hollywood 12. Dom & Rolland - U Do Voodoo 13. Limewax - Invasion 14. Rufige Kru - Fear Heaven 15. Spirit - Siren (Hive Remix) 16. Amit - Swastika 17. Evol Intent & Ewun - Reality Check 18. Kryptic Mind & Leon Switch - More Like You (Unknown Error Remix) 19. Limewax - 666 Untitled 20. Pendulum - Vault VIP >>> Hive - Ultrasonic Sound (Dillinja Remix) 21. Hive & Gridlok (Feat. D-Bridge, Break & Silent Witness) - Standing Room Only 22. Spirit - Redial 23. Rufige Kru - Inside Your Soul
  10. ENJOY kiko live at transit in atlanta sorry i dont have a track listing for this one hive live at funktion in l.a. 01. Bad Company - Bullet Time (The Upbeats Remix) 02. Dom & Roland - Hear My Call 03. Limewax - Bomb 04. Gridlok & Dom - Hooked (Tech Itch & Dieselboy Remix) 05. Moving Fusion - The Beginning (Hive & Keaton Remix) 06. Break - Gunk 07. Dr. Octagon - Aliens (Sub Focus Remix) 08. Audio - Destroyed 09. Ed Rush, Optical & Matrix - Roadrunner 10. Mr. L - This Is Hardcore 11. Gridlok & El Hornet - Hollywood 12. Dom & Rolland - U Do Voodoo 13. Limewax - Invasion 14. Rufige Kru - Fear Heaven 15. Spirit - Siren (Hive Remix) 16. Amit - Swastika 17. Evol Intent & Ewun - Reality Check 18. Kryptic Mind & Leon Switch - More Like You (Unknown Error Remix) 19. Limewax - 666 Untitled 20. Pendulum - Vault VIP >>> Hive - Ultrasonic Sound (Dillinja Remix) 21. Hive & Gridlok (Feat. D-Bridge, Break & Silent Witness) - Standing Room Only 22. Spirit - Redial 23. Rufige Kru - Inside Your Soul
  11. gonna be good times tonight!!
  12. Check it. here's an old one from bobby jae:DEPTH 01_ calibre "u make it hot" - creative source 02_ dj marky & xrs land "unlimited gold" - v recordings 03_ marcus intalex "play on me" - white 04_ uncut "midnight" - white 05_ dj die "to step" - full cycle 06_ juju & calibre "imagine" - white 07_ calibre "fire and water" - white 08_ dj die "someting special" - v recordings 09_ total science "jet set" - advanced 10_ marcus intalex "warp 1" - white 11_ future cut "hideous kinky" - cia 12_ skinny "morning light (kosheen remix)" - bmg 13_ jill scott "it's love" - white 14_ klute "song seller" - 31 records 15_ dj marky & patife "so tinha" - movement
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