Gridlok - Void LP [P51UKLP-02]

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  1. DjTiesticles

    DjTiesticles Well-Known Member

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    P51UKLP-02-S

    VOID LP SAMPLER
    12" Single

    A - GRIDLOK - CHATTER
    B - GRIDLOK,ECHO,THE UPBEATS - Flamethrower (Bulletproof and Teknik Remix)


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    P51UKLP-02

    4x12" and CD

    On the Vinyl:

    A.Skuffle
    B.Radar
    C.Steady
    D.Short Term Memory
    E.The Void
    F.Chatter
    G.Fade Out
    H.Parallel Universe

    On the CD:

    1. Skuffle
    2. Radar
    3. Steady
    4. Worth Forgetting
    5. Short Term Memory
    6. The Void
    7. Alone in the Dark
    8. Chatter
    9. Fade Out
    10.No Gravity
    11.Parallel Universe
    12.Escape Pod
    13.R.E.M.



    releasedate 23.11.



    audio:
    chatter, alone in the dark & radar -> http://www.myspace.com/gridlokp51
    + some more tunes -> Gridlok Subsessions Mix


    Going to be big
     
  2. DjTiesticles

    DjTiesticles Well-Known Member

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    It’s been nearly four years since Gridlok’s debut album “Break the System” solidified his dynamic sound into the vanguards of Drum and Bass. Considered one of the best producers in the genre, Gridlok’s music disturbs and excites dance floors across the globe.

    Since his start in 1999, he has released tracks with some of the most respected labels in Drum and Bass, including RAM, Shogun Audio, C.I.A., Violence Recordings, and Renegade Hardware. His studio prowess has found him doing remix work for some of the brightest stars in electronic music such as Sasha, Josh Wink, Ed Rush & Optical, Mampi Swift, and Pop Will Eat Itself. An artist not only limited to consistently releasing chart-topping dance singles, Gridlok’s other noteworthy accomplishments include his work with Konami for their massive “Dance Dance Revolution” franchise, and his Grammy-nominated collaboration with AK1200 “Autopsy”, which was up for Best Electronic Album in 2008. Throughout all of this, Gridlok has maintained a relentless touring schedule taking him everywhere from Russia to Australia, delivering a vibe that is undeniable to all those that dare to strap in for the ride. Now it is time for the latest chapter in this prolific artist’s journey

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJam9oUZRaA&feature=player_embedded
     
  3. Subjekt Music

    Subjekt Music Well-Known Member

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    No doubt someone will label this 'better than the Sub Focus album'
     
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    DjTiesticles Well-Known Member

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    Completely different albums. One aimed at the dancefloor/mainstream and the other aimed at fans of quality dnb
     
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    DjTiesticles Well-Known Member

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    Having listened to this a good few times I think it's safe to say that if these two albums had a fight, Sub Focus' album would be left bloodied and disfigured

    So much attention to detail in this album. You can really hear the time and effort that has gone into this record. Up there with the best of 09
     
  6. wingz

    wingz everyones fav austrian

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    hmm, last gridlok tune i heard was the media is a joke, will give this a proper shot