Saw this posted by Vekked on Digital Vertigo. DJ Shub's 'Shubattle Breaks'. Free download.
Loop Skywalker's 'Skratch Zombies', tells the story of the zombie apocalypse with samples and beats nicely scratched and arranged. The last track features Mr. Switch a 3x world champion. Its name your price on Bandcamp. Recommended.
This is a free download album but if you feel generous i will kindly accept money.
This album is made totally on turntables and a midi controller.It tells the story in skratch form of a zombie appocolypse.All beats ,bass and samples have all been manually manipulated by either turntables or played on the midi pads.This album is a showcase of what can be achieved by using turntables as a musical instrument.
released 28 April 2013
All samples arranged and manipulated by Loop Skywalker. All scratches performed by Loop Skywalker except on track 8 where 3 x world dj champion Mr Switch takes over the turntable duties.
Another nice release from Original Cultures is on its way. The single from 'Anuk Krakatau' by Lewis James features some of the finest scratchers around. D-Styles, Grandeurs of Delusion, Om Unit, Free The Robots, Oslo Flow, DJackulate, Ken One, Jimmy the Hideous Penguin, Spada, Lewis James and Sleepin' Giant. Check the single and album preview below. Also be sure to head over to Original Cultures and check out what Laurent and the crew have been up to over the past few years. Tons of good stuff...
Here is another digi re-release from Lamont's catalog, Hi-Fi Series Volume 2. I've had this record in my collection for several years and seem to reach for it whenever I'm tinkering with the LoopStation. There are so many instruments, drums, whatnot & loads of scratch samples too. Its a true utility record. Its on Bandcamp name your price. Anyway get your download on & make something with these sounds...
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From Lamont's Bandcamp:
This double album is a goldmine for scratch musicians, beat makers and battle dj's. Hi-Fi Series Volume 2 was used by many (world) champion dj's, it was first released in 2006. Pay extra attention to the instrument sections covering all kinds of musical genres, the drums kits and loops sound nice and crisp. Also check out the extensive 66.6 bpm loop section and the 66.6 bpm skip proof scratch section ... Solid GOLD!!
'Sleepers EP1' is here. I've been looking forward to this EP since I heard it was in the works a few months back. Pete Sasqwax, formerly known as WaxFactor, has formatted this EP like a 12", It picks up where Sci Fu left off. Highly Recommended . It's name your price on Bandcamp. There are extras for people that pay/donate for the album.
These 9 tracks represent a significant period of time and span from the period between releasing the 'Sci-Fu' album (under the name Waxfactor on Needlework Records) and 2013. During that period I produced and recorded hours and hours of music - none of which I ever really did much with. I was like the proverbial painter who can never put down their brush - constantly adding and touching up here and there - never satisfied.
Towards the end of 2012 I began to realise the absurdity of never releasing any of the things I had been making and started trying to put together an LP. The process of cutting down hours and hours worth of music to a single CDs worth of tracks seemed impossible and whilst I'd managed to put together a pretty comprehensive list of the tracks I wanted to include, I could never get them to quite sit together properly. Ironically, it was only when I made the decision to view the release as an EP - like the Gameface 12" I did as my first release for Needlework - that things really started to come together properly. Whilst I knew I wasn't likely to be pressing up 12"s of the EP, I imposed the same restrictions on myself as a vinyl release would have made necessary: 28 minutes in total with a maximum of 14 minutes per side.
Here are some nice scratch tunes by Biomat. You can also order a playable audio postcard with one of the tracks from this album. Recommended.
Fabot's latest release, the 'Brain Fish' EP is here. It comes with some bonus scratch tools based on sounds from the album. Also check out Time Collapse that he released in January.