Thursday, February 02, 2006

Nazi Trance Fuck Off

Last night saw Crosstown Rebels boss Damian Lazarus grace our System night (every Wednesday at Native in Bristol), and boy, was it a big one... He got the crowd growing nicely with his more boshing minimal stylings, and there were plenty of recent classics in his set...We heard 'Erotic Discourse', Gui Boratto's 'Archipelago', Carl Craig's Theo Parrish mix (still available here) but my personal highlight was the unveiling of Dominik Eulberg's mix of Pier Bucci's 'L'Nuit' (if ANYONE gets hold of this, let me know). It grabs the fat bass drop of the original, beefs it up even more, and then drags it kicking and screaming onto the dancefloor. Here's the original to remind you actually how good LP 'Familia' was. Ultra-minimal Chilean madness, with a healthy dose of barmy French woman!

Download:
Pier Bucci - L'Nuit // Crosstown Rebels

We've got some good stuff coming up in the next month at System, keeping it local next week and then going all out when we host DJ Naughty on the 15th. Expect something special from the person who's been lauded as Berlin's best DJ. Back in the late 90s, Naughty (pictured right) found himself winning DJing competitions and being asked to produce for Hell. Not, a bad start, eh? Check out his 'One Naughty Night In Berlin' mix on Eskimo (responsible for the excellent Glimmers and Optimo compilations) for an idea of what to expect.

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Wednesday 15th February
DJ Naughty (Eskimo, Gigolo) // System @ Native (Small St, Bristol City Centre)
Support will be provided by your very capable Tape DJs, Puffin Jack and myself, Richard Carnage.
Advance tickets are £5 and are available from Replay Records, Park St.
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Next up I think we've got a bit of a Tape blog exclusive! Last year Justice entertained us with their mixes of Mystery Jets, Scenario Rock, Death From Above 1979 and Soulwax; and their 'Waters Of Nazareth' track (featured on my Tape Me Out mix) was an electro-jackin' bomb of a track. Here's a new remix of Mr Oizo for you. Justice take Oizo's wonkyness, that synth, throw them both into their electro blender, and voila! Jack, jack, jack, and don't look back!

Download:
Mr Oizo - Nazis (Justice Remix) // White



I'm really hoping that the forthcoming Black Strobe album has a few gems on it and isn't all as awful as the sack of shit that was 'Shining Bright Star'. Why couldn't that have been more like this? Actually, why couldn't the Bloc Party remix album have been more like this? Perhaps surprisingly, Kele Okereke's desperate, paranoid vocal fits snugly with the Strobe's evil, grinding electro-goth sound and the result is simply sublime..I have fond memories of playing this in the back room of the local indie night back when I first obtained it over the summer.... It went down far better at Tape, I'll tell you...!

Download:
Bloc Party - Like Eating Glass (Black Strobe Remix) // White

12 Comments:

Blogger seymour said...

Your site and words are cool.
Thanks.
heaps!
please keep em coming


Um Im thinking the blockparty link might need to be fixed though (pretty please)

5:07 AM  
Blogger Richard Carnage said...

Currently being fixed. Thanks for the kind words, Seymour!
Rich

8:16 AM  
Blogger Richard Carnage said...

Done. Enjoy!

9:34 AM  
Blogger theeverlastingblink said...

Has anyone got the Holden mix of said tune?

7:24 PM  
Blogger theeverlastingblink said...

'Nazi Trance...' that is.

7:24 PM  
Blogger Mr Soft said...

no, it's supposedly been around since october, but i haven't come across it anywhere...i asked our oracle (simon from phonica) if he had it on cdr, but he claimed to not even know it exists. but it definitely does. rest assured, if we find it it'll be right up here

9:38 PM  
Blogger Underground Louis said...

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12:48 PM  
Blogger Underground Louis said...

Hey there TAPE fiendz!Good to see the BLOG going so well, but where's my props for the hot shot I took of Lazaroo at SYSTEM eh? ;-)
It all seems such along time ago since the whole scene started here in Bristol way back in 2001 after Paul Lazer heard me djing at a pub in Stokes Croft when he was playing Bass guitar in an indie band and decided to start a club night....
Word to the Bird, Louis

12:57 PM  
Blogger Richard Carnage said...

Alright there Louis! I do apologise about the wreckless image theft, I'll get a little link up to your image blog on the post when I get back home on Tuesday. Cheers for the kind words, and it really does show how much Bristol's electronic scene has blossomed over the past few years. It's still got a long way to come!

3:50 PM  
Blogger LSD said...

Bristol's elctronic scene started in 2001?....Hmm....I was playing electro, techno and deep house in blues and clubs around bristol in '88 mate!;)

1:58 PM  
Blogger LSD said...

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1:58 PM  
Blogger LSD said...

An I'm not saying I was the first either, mind!...crews like 'Prime Time', 'UD4', 'City Rockers', FBI etc. used to play electro and pre-house Trax shit around from 83 onwards....

1:03 PM  

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