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August 2014 Edition

  • Featured mix: Meka


    Rising Spanish Electro producer Meka records his first ever Technobass.net feature, blending ever so gracefully the works of fellow Spanish artists like Korrupted Brothers, Dark Vektor, Javier Morillas, and Boris Divider to name a few, as well as titles by Blastromen, Franck Kartell, Scape One, and Mr. Velcro Fastener. The artist has also featured some of his own material, so don't miss out on this incredible showcase of Spanish and International talent.

  • Artist Highlight: Robodrum



    Born Przemek Kuduk in the city of Szczecin, Poland, Robodrum came into being right at one of the most exciting times in music history: 1982! The birth year of Electro Funk, and Detroit Techno. Obviously too young to become a Bboy, Kuduk did quickly become obsessed with the sounds of Michael Jackson; specifically the song...Read more!
  • Gear Review: Bass Bot



    There are many amazing synthesizers that have come out throughout the decades, but none have become as widely popular like the Roland TB-303. An odd little module originally designed as a Bass sequencer for guitar players to have playing along with them, the synth was not long after scrapped as a failure given complaints that the sound was just too "weird" for any acoustic musician to play with. Read more!

  • Record Review: Noise&Noise



    Noise&Noise's unique sound proudly helped him to release on prestigious labels including ANTiZER0, Transient Force, Bass Agenda Recordings, or Fundamental Records. With a solid discography of four albums plus a handful of well received EP's and contributions, this...Read more!

  • Record Review: Andrew Red Hand



    Andrew Red Hand, prolific Detroit Underground Techno Bass wizard returns with "Life-Changing Experiences E.P."; 5 songs full of intricate ingenuity ranging from the synthy and emotive, to the bizarre and brooding. Available through legendary Detroit imprint Matrix Records anywhere you buy digital music, this record is a fresh take on...Read more!

  • Record Review: Invader Of The Grid



    "The darkest, rawest, deadliest audio experience of your life?". After listening to this epic outing, we must admit words from Andy of Bass Agenda Recordings to introduce the brand new rush of adrenaline from the one and only "The Ghost That Walks", were chosen on...Read more!

  • Record Review: Franck Kartell



    Following his remarkable contribution to the label's inaugural release "Bass Agenda Vol.1: The Fight Against The Mundane" in 2013, and his essential album "Afterlife" earlier this year, Franck Kartell returns with his third release to date on 4th Genome's imprint. "COMA" pushes forward the artist's musical concept beyond a conscious vision of...Read more!

Blog Posts

[AGD005] Mr. Myoplast - The Land Of The Blind

Posted by AE35 on August 11, 2014 at 5:30am 1 Comment

Mr. Myoplast - The Land Of…

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New Electrodefender 12"Vinyl EP

Posted by electrodefender on July 14, 2014 at 5:45pm 0 Comments

Hello Folks,

Let me present my upcomming release on my own Label

Defendergrooverecords.

"Electric Nightmare" is the Name of this new eight track 12" Vinyl EP

and i hope you all will enjoy it.

Releasedate is oct.…

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[AGD004] Noise&Noise - Poem of Futurism

Posted by AE35 on July 9, 2014 at 12:20am 1 Comment

Noise&Noise - Poem…

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DJ Xed new release on Subsonic Device out and available today !!

Posted by Darxid on June 30, 2014 at 7:50am 0 Comments

Top level Croatian ELECTRO BASS for controlling your subs !!!…

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The Titans.

Posted by The_Outsider on June 22, 2014 at 6:13am 0 Comments

Not techno, and not bass, but rather another of my slow trips through space.

Starring:

Formanta Polivoks (subwoofer-abusing low warbling sweep)

Juno-106 through Strymon Timeline (main melody pad)

Virus TI…

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