Basically I could recommend each episode of this show/podcast without question, but this is one mix i've been listening to over and over again. Loving the style. Funny enough, while i'd considder his recent stuff "Dubstep", ebola seems to have a really strong connection to the international Breakcore-scene, wich i find a lovely combination to make.
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Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Martsman, one of the freshest figures in international D'n'B, hosting a one hour show available for download. The mix also features "Down in the Woods" wich was reviewed just one post below as well as a good number of recent tunes by the man himself.
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Sunday, November 16, 2008
I'm not to keen on the B-Side. But the A-Side def. does it for me. The beats and tablas and whatever have a bit of a timberland-meets dnb-style to it. sick! should be released sometime soon.
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Monday, November 10, 2008
This is as serious as the artwork. From ambient glitch to Breakcore to imaginary christmas-songs: allovertheplace freakout. 2 hours of finest audio in 3 Sets.
Edit: After a close listen i found out that theese are all remakes of TV-Jingles.
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Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Planet mu again. It's almost boring right now. No! It's outrageous. Every other month another killer album. What the hell!?
Apparently, there's no tracklist for the mix.
Album Preview at planet mu
Taken from Neil Landstrumms blog on myspace