Bottom Forty

Bottom Forty is a mirror ball in New York, a basement in Chicago, a cruise in L.A. and a night in the desert.

Enter “Beyond” via Walton and Hyperdub

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August 29, 2013

Very intrigued by Walton’s debut album on Hyperdub. I respect hearing several styles and genres placed together in a distinct new way, and Beyond is a perfect example. You’ll catch some pieces of underground dance music; house, grime, garage and bits of R&B. But it’s the overall Beyond package and effortless execution of these elements that dazzles me. Walton has created his own environment, with enough diversity to attract a wide range of listeners.

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Put On Your Pressure Suit

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August 20, 2013

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Wanted to share a couple gems from my man Pressure Suit. “Danger Candy Ladies” is a slick one, enticing you to go deep. Then there’s the blissful “新宿駅”. Finish with “Wavcity” and you’re golden.

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Exclusive Mix : 016 Jimi Jaxon

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July 14, 2013

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Jimi Jaxon’s work as an artist is less about genres and more about energy. Presenting sounds that connect with him most. This approach has him pulling from a wide range of genres and styles, depending on the environment. Everything from Techno to Experimental, Juke, House, Ambient, Dubstep, 2-Step, Drum & Bass, Garage, Funk, Disco, Rock and Hip-Hop can appear in his sets. His style is for those with an open mind and an urge to move. Jimi Jaxon is a resident DJ for Decibel Festival and Bottom Forty. He also heads the Disco Droppings blog and 7 Deadly Records, where his original productions and remixes can be found.

Interview and tracklist after the jump…

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7 Deadly Records – Love Machines

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April 25, 2013

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Back in February of last year, my label 7 Deadly Records put out it’s 3rd release. On Valentines Day, we showcased 2 love inspired remixes. Producer Sphyramid made his own interpretation of Stardust’s “Music Sounds Better With You”, while I remixed Daft Punk’s “Something About Us”. This release is free and can be downloaded via Bandcamp, the other 3 releases from the label are pay what you want. Hope you enjoy.

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