My remix of Morrison’s tune ‘Terra’ is out now on Ironshirt Recordings!
You can support me or the other artists by following this link.
Here’s a nice review from Juno:
Kiwi duo, Morrison, are back on their native Iron Shirt Recordings with another killer selection of stealthy, ninja-like dubstep fort those who like their flow cold and peppered with meditative sonics for the late night sessions. “Terra” and “Formation” are the two cuts in question, both tunes which have enough weight beneath them to blow your speakers out; stealthy, cerebral and deeply moving, these are bad, bad tunes that recall the best of Mala’s Deep Medi imprint. Sick Cycle’s remix of “Terra” goes even deeper into the wormhole thanks to an additional pounding of bass, while Dubmentalist’s version staggers more on the dub end of the spectrum through hefty percussive shots and sporadic Rastafari melodies, which leaves High Dude to provide some downtempo goodness on his own take – probably the best remix of the three. Recommended.
Le Lion unleashed an EP full of great collaborations for the end of the year! Here’s a Keep Deep premiere of my own song with him, called ‘Bouncer of People’.
You can stream all the tunes here, and support the release here.
Lck & myself worked on this tune in Bordeaux two years ago, and it’s finally out! You can grab your copy for free on Soundcloud.
Outta’ review: “Heading into winter and emerging from the darkness that is the constant media shower today, High Dude and Lck hit the Outta sound waves with this signature deep textural bass, portraying a mirror of society, observing itself.”
Баxтак review: “Personally, I’ve been struggling to keep away from the media, news and all this political bullshit that’s projected into my thoughtscape. Every time I realize that I’ve lost my focus again due to the above, I shake my head, take a deep breath and get back to what I was doing. I feel like this song portrays exactly that: The subtle use of atmospherics, switching between news channels, and all these layers of information are suddenly stopped by the blasting drops of bass, prompting the listener to concentrate on the deep groove within, rather than the surface distractions. It’s crazy how an atmospheric instrumental track can respond to our emotions in such an intricate way. I guess that’s how you can tell it’s good art.”
Here’s a minimix of my ‘Schizophrenic Culture’ EP!
1. My Head Hurts
2. Dying From the Inside
3. Dictatorsheep (feat. Da Moustach’)
You can grab it here: eyesome.bandcamp.com
Phewa Dawn is an initiative in partnership with Skate Nepal to redesign and renovate Phewa Skatepark, the only functioning skate park in Nepal. Over 50 musicians have taken part in this project, collaborating with each other to create a variety of organic and/or tribal-influenced electronic music.
Support here: https://outtallectuals.bandcamp.com/album/phewa-dawn-outta028
NVRS won our remix competition and it’s now released!
Aquatic Collective Compilation Vol 2. is a project that features unreleased tracks from 25 artists around the world which are all themed around the element of water. This album is a “Pay as you want” release with all proceeds going directly to MAPS research.
Founded in 1986, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a non-profit research and educational organization that develops medical, legal, and cultural contexts for people to benefit from the careful uses of psychedelics and marijuana.
‘The Voices’, by Rygby and myself.
Duploc wrote a nice article about our collective and our remix competition, you can read a bit more about it by following this link.
The 20th OUTTA release is a single coming from myself with help from Lck, following up my previous Outtallectuals release, ‘A Purpose’.
“I am here to plant a seed that will inspire you to move forward in life with enthusiastic hearts and a clear sense of wholeness.
As someone who has done what you are about to go do, I can tell you from experience, the effect you have on others is the most valuable currency there is.” – Jim Carrey
You can also support us via Bandcamp.
Upscale Presents: The Platform vol. 1
Flo & Asiah – The Dance of 1977
Flukeluke – Nomad
Flukeluke – Europa
Jai Tee & High Dude – Irenic
Chee – Cringe
False Noise – Formations
Copycatt – Satire
Clockvice – Forget Me Not
Raine – Our Own
Hajimari – Only You
RefraQ – Semantics
Telepopmusik – Breathe (Frequent and Hudson Lee remix)