Here’s the list if you just want to grab the files. Read on for my take on what makes these tunes good. You can listen to all the tunes on Soundcloud. Some of them (the ones with the icon) require a like on Facebook before you can download, but that’s a small price to pay.
- Cern – Nerve Ending
- Grimes – Genesis (Naibu Bootleg)
- Gridlok – American Dream (Mayhem x Logam Remix)
- 3 of a Kind – Bulletproof, Teknik & Nymfo [ Borderline Remix ]
- Maztek – Slight Funk
- Indigo – Absent
- Stray – Timbre VIP
- Cern – Illumination
- R4Y UP70WN – Serious Problems (Sinistarr Remix)
- DLR & Safire – Medusa
- Om Unit – Dark Sunrise (Kromestars lean’in mix)
Lots of deep bass on this one, but it’s the breakbeats that make it.
Gorgeous, lush vocals over sparse breaks – absolutely beautiful.
Deep, dirty, swinging funk! This one leans towards the minimal, with a killer bassline.
Nasty neurofunk with a massive pitch shifting bassline.
This is another slab of hectic neorufunk, oozing with oily bass and synthetic percussion.
Incredibly chill vibes on this one – Indigo creates a serene landscape with analog-sounding atmospherics and gentle synthetic drums.
Starting out with some fresh (and somewhat bizarre) new drum patterns, this one kicks in with plenty of amens that hearken back to the nineties, then switches back and forth to echoing atmospherics.
Arpeggiated synths and looped amens give this one tons of energy, interspersed with minimalist bleeps and drum machine sounds.
This halfspeed banger is overloaded with bass, with drums that are full of footwork influence. Like the soundtrack to a science fiction flick based in 2020, this feels like the future of inner city music.
Dark & deep, with tight drums and wicked “murda!” samples.
Kromestars remix of this flawless tune strips it down to the basics, with analog waves washing over those vocals and just enough drums to keep it moving. Chill.
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