CAPITALFM/TILLATE – “As you know I am a huge Matt Tolfrey fan and this doesn’t disappoint! LAX is a great house track. Globe is a bit of off kilter genius. Metronomy is good warm up track. Nice ep.” Will play.
BEAT 100.9 FM (MEXICO D.F.) – “Metronomy! Nice groove on this one!” Will play.
DJ TIMES (DEEPHOUSE REVIEWS) – “This one rocks!” Might review.
IBIZA SONICA 92.5FM (MUSIC CONTENT MANAGER) – “Full support always.. I love Culprit Music. Thanks a lot.”
REPUBLIC RADIO/NON SESSIONS 100.3FM(GREECE) – “Nice tunes here! LAX is my favourite.” Will play.
MIX104.4 FM (LEBANON) – “Very nice EP!! Globe is monster.. Thank you xx.” Will play.
RAIDIO NA LIVE 106.4FM (DUBLIN, IRELAND) – “Futuristic music with otherworldly flourishes, esp. on ´Globe´. I really like this ep!” Will play.
MIXMAG (TECHNO REVIEWS) – “Great release. I’m feeling this.”
DOCE PULGADAS (BARCELONA) – “Metronomy is my fav! Love this EP! Total Support”
IBIZA GLOBAL RADIO (JOSE MARIA RAMON) – “Nice tracks here! Perfect for my radio shows on Ibiza Global Radio Respect!”
MIAMI NEW TIMES – “With its dubby bass-heavy grooves, the LAX EP perfectly encapsulates that transatlantic tech-house flavor that’s currently dominating dancefloors from Miami to London.”
Get your copy of LAX when it comes out on May 30th via CULPRIT LA
Shadi Megallaa’s, “You Aint Dancin” in the hands of Nikko Gibler, bubbles and clicks with mechanical precision. The tight electronic funk here pushes against the trends of today’s floor and shows how Left’d as a label is open to any music with something to say. Five releases in and the 8 tracks on show again provide a snapshot of modern underground house music. From the super deep funked up core to the twisted outer limits, the label continues to break fresh talent and put a vibrant spin on todays dancefloors.
Also featuring tracks and remixes by Waifs & Strays, Geddes, John Johr, Mark Chambers, Rusty James, Christian Maiden, Maher Daniel, Jacksonville, Stojche, Matthew Burton, Nick Lawson.
Supported by: Droog, Luciano, Konrad Black, Terry Francis, Xpress 2, Steve Lawler, Richie Hawtin, Nic Fanciulli, D’Julz, Maetrik & Alex Niggeman
(Reuters) – China confirmed it held its first test-flight of a stealth fighter jet on Tuesday, a show of muscle during a visit by U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates aimed at defusing military tensions between the two big powers.
Wow. So now we’re gonna show each other our guns and weapons to “difuse military tension” between countries? We’re just about out of ideas aren’t we? Ooooh! Big angry men with big fast destruction machines. That ough’ta bring peace to the world. Right. Where is Julian Assange when we need him exposing real stuff? Stuff that COULD help bring peace to hummanity… Oh right…. He was in court this morning in London still trying to clear his name after what was an obvious “smear campaign” by our own Government and CIA linked “rape” accusers. Big surprise.
Apparently U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said that President Hu Jintao made it clear to him that such demonstration was not planned at all because of Mr. Gates’ visit to Chinese territory. The U.S. Defense Secretary confirmed his belief in China’s President’s statement by saying, “I asked President Hu about it directly, and he said that the test had absolutely nothing to do with my visit and had been a pre-planned test.”
Well, I, Nikko Gibler, have my doubts. But heck, at least NOW they’ve shown us something… Anyway…That could be just the tip of the iceberg. As far as we know… They could be mocking us by showing us only what they want us to see… In any case: I respect the engineering that goes into creating an aircraft of these dimensions and characteristics so here are some images of the plane for you to download and use.
An album that I’ve been listening to for the last week or so. Tricky’s Mixed Race is a great modd setter for any occasion. Very deep, melodic and hypnotic. Great great job! Will def. keep listening to it for some more time!
You can listen to the complete album…
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