Blinded me with SCIENCE

what a night.

pictures here from the latest JungleLabs party

party was bumpin' with some of the best local talent denver has to offer. you should be there next time if you weren't this time.

warehouse parties make me happy.


sub.Mission4 Blastoff

(photo of and by hipHopTorae)
The forth installation in the monthly that just gets more and more sick. This Denver dubStep premier brought out San Franciscan Djunya. He brought out a lighter but still thick and heavy dub sound that really made the small downtown Denver, Kazmos, BUMP in the night. Def check out the video and pictures on this one, and if you have not made it out to a Sub.Mish event get your ass out there and shred it up with the best!!!!! Be sure not to miss OSC (Roommate & Antiserum) plus all of your favorite Denver DubSteppin locals at Sub.mission.5!

You gotta watch this video. (Its not all dark just the first 5 seconds) Near the last 30 seconds when Djunya does the final breakdown everyone was going fucking NUTS! Its off-the-hook-dub-steppin-shreddin-it-up!!


words save

help end hunger. and brush up on your vocab skills.

For each correctly defined word they will donate 10 grains of rice, it doesn't seem like much but it will add up.



you like free? i like free.

Free albums from Sudd! And damn good ones at that. This new trend in putting out albums at little or no cost has definitely started to catch on and I'm so happy that producers are starting to break their chains with cooperate thunder dogs like EMI.

The two new albums are compilation mixes. Tracks are separated in the ZIP files.


Features lots of really great euro grunge electro! Includes the sounds of the Bloody Beatroots, Lovely Chords, Lapin, lots of great noises. I am going to highly suggest listening to Guillaume Dégenétais – 200 $. Hey, it's free, what have you got to loose?


If you've got any little place in your heart for 8bit this is definitely an album to check out; it's not the hardcorey gameboy-in-blender-style 8bit. I can't help it loved my game boy too much to pass this up. I'm going to highly suggest at least checkin' it out and looking at tracks like Requiem for Pluto by 8bitBetty with an open mind.



Denver Pump 1

You want some freshly squeezed Denver music? Here it is baby.

>Mark Houle - Techno Vocals (Citrus trigger-finger remix)
Citrus is my good friend Gabe. He's pretty much awesome. This track was produced in ableton, and this track.. is pretty much awesome, just like Gabe. Definitely give it a listen.

>Math You VS Drew Pitcher - Math You
Math You is a great guy for sure. I'm freakin' in love with this track. Nice one, Math You. More tracks by him soon.

>JoeyM - hurd yah uh
His new house track with some neat vocal breaks; fun times. I don't know him personally, but he posts on the UNnet, so he must be cool.

>Down and DIrty - S.P.E.C.T.R.E
New track that my friend S.P.E.C.T.R.E's been working on, It's freakin sick for sure. I'm a huge fan. Down and dirty is right!

>Geocentre (short edit) - Reckless
Short DnB track by my friend Reckless, who is part of the JungleLabs crew, with S.P.E.C.T.R.E

>Busta Rhymes - Touch It (eVil bootleg + brandon) demo version
This track is by Brandon Plank he makes mostly minimal and technoey stuff.


hustlin' h0t fall tracks

The Hot Tracks that Are Rocking This FALL.

>$TUNTS - Mr.OizO (Flying Lotus Remix)
This track was originally written by the French producer Mr.OizO. S T U N T S first appeared on Flying Lotus' Myspace a couple months back and I knew I had to have it. It recently became available on Missingtoof and I grabbed it. Can't wait to buy the new EP that just came out "RESET"

>2000007 (feat TTC) - Modeselektor
This seven digit song is featured in Modelektor's new "Happy Birthday!" album. As from "Hello Mom!'s" TTC collaboration with the Berlinise duo, "Dancing Box". They bring together a sound that is all together that is seck-as-shez!

>My Love(RUF Dubstep Mix) - Justin Timberlake
I just picked this one up off of PalmsOutSounds' Remix Sunday. I hope you guys have been diggin on that DubStep as hard as I have. You definitely need to find yourself some good audio to truly appreciate, or better yet be at DJUNYA's upcoming dub-steppin' performance (posted in the previous post chronologically) at Kazmos lounge on 1381 Kalamath this Saturday (17th).

>Dear Miami - Roisin Murphy
When I first heard this track I really fell in love, despite the fact that it is much more "POP" than any of her other tracks. But this track has made a cozy little space for itself in various blogs. And I love that her voice is unique. Its a twinge electro-rock, but also simple and holds ballad qualities. I think it could easily be a movement in future pop. Artists like Amy Winehouse or Regina Spektor are honing in on the recent rage for music that doesn't suck, hopefully Roisin Murphy has a spot in that column. Definitely check out her website, there you can check out tracks from the new album "Over Powered" that has definitely taken a turn from the border-line avant garde, nu-jazzy feel of her last album "Ruby Blue," but still retains the funky charms.

>The Knife - Got 2 Let u
This track isn't new at all. Its from the Knife - "Deep Cuts" their 2006 album. But the knife is just so rad. I've been jammin' on this song lately for whatever reason. So here it is for your listening pleasures.

So there we go. Winters comin' so warm yourself by the warm wobbly bass featured in todays post. Plez enjoi. _Johnnylectric


DJUNYA: boh_selektor_getredddy!

Big ups to the Sub.Mission crew for throwin' down these parties. I will definitely be attending. If you've yet to connect with Dub Step ... you should take the time and come on down to this event. Make sure you pack your knee pads because I'm pretty sure, if it's anything like Hatcha and Benga's throwdown, you will be on your knees worshiping the Dub Step gods by the end of the night.