Om Unit, Vapor City live, Machinedrum, Reconstrvct, DJ Manny, DJ Uniique, The Range, Obey City, Crystal Waters, Gorgon City

WOMPLIST 72: Om Unit & Machinedrum, Reconstrvct, DJ Manny & DJ Uniique, The Range & Obey City, Crystal Waters

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OM Unit – Sleepwalkers EP

Holy fuck, these new Om Unit tunes! If Bill Laswell was still doing the Oscillations series in 2013, it would sound like this. Raw, hybrid 160 music. I love the way he uses spaciousness within these tracks to highlight the throwback DnB synths, flange effects and all the little percussive flairs. Nobody does it like Om.

Forthcoming Metalheadz.

DJ Unkut – Trading precious metals

Another absolutely ridiculous mix from DJ Unkut, the German turntablist who you may know from his game-changing “Beware of ze Average Man” routine. The tracklist is pretty ambitious, pulling from the best of worldwide mutant futuristic beat scenes. Yes, there’s some trap. And it’s damn well placed, serving to establish the energy upfront before moving into more interesting, melodic descendents of instrumental hip-hop. The second half of this mix gets into some classier european strains of experimental, 808-heavy, 160bpm stuff, with Para One, Krampfhaft, Om Unit and Machine Drum. Featured as well as are some of the finest American, non-east coast production; notably Colorado’s Paper Diamond, Chicago’s Chrissy Murderbot, Lorn (outta Wisconsin) and California’s Freddy Todd.

Expertly blended and seasoned with choice scratches, Unkut delivers a concise, furious bar-raising mix that invariably leaves one wanting more. Fortunately, he has a few more on his soundcloud that are all equally well crafted.


1. Melé – Lego
2. Lunice – Bricks
3. Star Slinger – Bad Bitches
4. XXYYXX – Fields
5. Zombie – Spliff Dub (Rustie remix)
6. 123 Mrk – Pleasure
7. Hudson Mohawke – Somebody
8. Lorn – Sworn to Black
9. Gucci Mane – Im da Shit (B-ju remix)
10.+Verb & Bloop Bleep – Innanet Drive by
11. Para One – Empire
12. Bonobo – Eyes down (Machinedrum remix)
13. Chrissy Murderbot – Bionic Penguins
14. Krampfhaft – Spit Thunder
15. Beans – Blue Movie (Salva remix)
16. Krampfhaft – I needed you (Om unit remix)
17. Freddy Todd ft. Black Mic – Star trek shit
18. Paper Diamond – Airlift
19. Lorn – Bretagne

XI frite nite podcast 17

Frite Nite Podcast 17 – XI

XI turns in a huge mix for the Frite Nite podcast. Herein lies everything I love about the increasingly nebulous genre known as future bass. The reason for this nebulous-ness to be ever increasing is partly because it’s a term that is mostly defined by what it is not (dubstep, house or techno) but also because

album name SATURATED! VOL. 2 (STRTLP002)


Saturate Records is one of the guiding lights in the world of WompBlog, and at barely 1 year old, they’ve already developed quite a catalog. In April of 2011, they put out their first complilation, SATURATED! Vol 1, and I stumbled upon the promo mix. I was hooked on the sound instantly –  though at the time

Tempo Clash, w\ KUTMAH, Om Unit, Blue Daisy, Kidkanevil, Offshore

Citing a lack of identity in the London scene, some of the best beat producers have come together (like voltron!) to create a new night.  Looks like the RBMA alumni association from the resident list. Check the video below, and if you’re in London – well, if you’re in London and you’re reading this blog, you probably knew about this before I did. I’ll probably never attend, but only good things can come from this.

Apparently Kuedo was the special guest a few nights ago. Dayum.

Welcome To Tempo Clash (KUTMAH, Om Unit, Blue Daisy, Kidkanevil + Offshore) from Tempo Clash on Vimeo.

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