bevlar music is an excellent outlet for dancefloor music in multitude of styles. this is a shameless abba influenced, daft vocoded, happy happy dancefloor stomper which grooves steadily and shakes ya' bootay (gotta stop
Kplecraft - KNMS-001 [mtk146]
it just like old faithful h0l to dig up the weirdest of the weird of bleep chip electronica. stemming from the land of the rising sun (ed: japan), kplecraft are a duo of gameboy jazz musicians. whaaaaat?
if you're confused yet, wait till you hear the album! dark brooding technoid jazz interpretations jamming over gameboy induced bleepish beats and "breaks". truly not everyone's cup of tea but we personally liked most of it, excluding the two last gameboy only romps which sound just like everything else from the gameboy scene. oh so adorable is the weirdness that comes from japan, or not.
and now something completely different and non netlabel related:
don't know if you've heard of John B but this is a live drum'n'bass set unlike anything you've heard. famous for his unending love of everything 80's, John B succesfully blends dark and jazzy drum'n'bass, electro, new wave, electroclash, punk. we likey!.
here's part 1 and part 2 of John B's live mix from WUK, Vienna. (courtesy of breaksblog.)