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Flume - Test & Recognise (Flume Re-work) Audio

Flume have kindly released a brand new Re-work of Australian artist Seekae and their single “Test & Recognise”. With some added percussion and looping Flume leaves us with a relaxing and slightly altered version of ‘Test And Recognise’. 12 more words

The Prodigy - New Fill (2010)

This is the new fill The Prodigy is using from 2010 i guess, it’s pretty hard and rocking and i think this is very good material for the new album.

Electronic

Soldiering On

Summer has hit the weather-torn isle of Great Britain* like a slap of mustard to the face and with that comes holidays, days at the park, festivals, gardening (buying plants in pots), swimming, barbeques, panda-snapping, car washings, country walks, bicycle maintenance, Sunday road-trips, deep-sea-world encounters, sporting expeditions (the World Cup, Wimbledon, Commonwealth Games, Tour de France, Ryder Cup, MotoGP), midnight feasts,  animal grooming (aka de-matting), wine sampling, culinary experimentation, family day-trips, rum meanderings, country jogs, fruity awakenings, single-malt fueled and all with a full-English breakfast.   694 more words

Writing

TRACK: Fear Club - Nelly

Parisian DJ Fear Club has released a slew of tracks and mixes over the last year, Nelly being the latest. The track seems to take inspiration from its namesake, manifesting as an impressionist reworking of classic R&B. 105 more words

Music

Rework the Facts: All About the Thigh Gap

Harris claims that in a text, forwarding “takes words, images, or ideas from it and puts it to use in a new context”  and “extends its uses.” He also mentions 4 ways that this could be done: illustration, authorization, borrowing, and extending. 395 more words

P8: Forwarding