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  1. DJ Tonto - Carpe Noctem DJ Tonto - Carpe Noctem.zip 117.89 MB
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  2. Korn release  their tenth studio album, The Path Of Totality. 11 new songs, all recorded with famed dubstep producers like Skrillex, Excision, Datsik, Nosia, Kill The Noise, and 12th Planet. The Path of Totality is unlike any previous Korn release; it's an experimental record which finds the band shifting gears and exploring new territory. For the record, Korn collaborated with some of the leading dubstep and electronic music producers in the world, including Skrillex, Excision, Datsik, Noisia, Kill the Noise, and 12th Planet. The result is something completely new, yet utterly and definitively Korn
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  3. David Guetta release his new album 'Listen,' a new collection featuring a wealth of exclusive new material and an eclectic array of collaborators! 'Listen' builds on the remarkable success of his 2011 platinum selling album 'Nothing But The Beat,' which reached #3 on the ARIA Album chart and #1 on the ARIA Dance Album chart. It also earned Guetta multiple awards including a Grammy, AMA and was widely credited as changing the landscape for electronic music world-wide.   Following on from chart topping track "Lovers On The Sun," David Guetta is about to shift the needle yet again with his new global lead single "Dangerous," featuring once more the vocal talents of emergent new artist Sam Martin.
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  4. Deluxe 2CD Edition Of Alison Wonderland's Critically Acclaimed Album, 'Run!' Disc one features the original album, whilst disc two features never before released remixes from the likes of Hermitude, GANZ, Slander, Jimmy Edgar, Sinden and more! 'Run' was the highly anticipated debut album from Australia's most promising young musicians/producers, Alison Wonderland   The album was a cavlcade of guest collaborators, all of whom helped Wonderland develop her first feature-length. Alison worked with some great songwriters from both sides of the equator; Djemba Djemba, AWE, Lido, Ganz and Alexander Burnett. New York rapper Johnny Nelson, SAFIA's Ben Woolner as well as formerly mentioned Flaming Lips impresario Wayne Coyne.
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  5. The Presets return with their long-awaited new album, Pacifica. Featuring ten prismatic, synth-laced songs, Pacifica sees The Presets boldly venture into new, uncharted musical territories. Traversing both light and shade in energy and emotion, the album was produced by the band - Julian Hamilton and Kim Moyes - and mixed in Los Angeles with Tony Hoffer.
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  6. Ellie's songs are built around big proper tunes that lift you up and spin you round, yet there's something off-centre about them, something sparkly, filmic, haunting, odd. She mixes heartfelt emotion with other-worldly atmospherics, spins cool electronica into dreamy warmth. Her insistence on putting her guitar in every song, whether an acoustic cover, or a gorgeous song about new love gives her soaring electro-folk an irresistible earthed rootedness.
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  7. Ministry of Sound are proud to present 'Stripped – Acoustic R&B!' For the first time ever we have been given access to some of the biggest R&B tracks in the world and given permission to strip them back to their acoustic roots. This album is a unique collection of 32 classic R&B tracks featuring all the original vocals but with a brand new stripped back arrangement, exclusively remixed for Ministry Of Sound.
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  8. One of the world's most iconic drum & bass acts, Pendulum have announced their return for 2018 with a brand new album 'The Reworks,' through Earstorm/ADA! 'The Reworks' is a project unlike any other released by the band before, and marks the end of their seven year hiatus. For 'The Reworks,' the internationally-renowned band have tapped some of the most innovative talents from over the past few years to deliver dynamic and refreshing interpretations of their biggest hits and some of their personal favourites. Kicking off the project is an explosive cut of the now-iconic track "Hold Your Colour" from Dutch trio Noisia, largely regarded as one of the most distinctive, powerful acts to emerge in bass music. Friends and collaborators Skrillex, Icarus, Knife Party and Matrix & Futurebound also join the fold on this who's who of electronic music royalty, remixing some of Pendulum's most classic releases across all their albums. Pendulum first released their debut album 'Hold Your Colour' in 2005. Thanks to singles like "Tarantula" and "Slam," the album reached Platinum in the UK. Follow up album 'In Silico' (2008), reached number #2 on the UK charts and #9 on the ARIA chart and featured the massive track "Propane Nightmares." 'Immersion' (2010) hit number #1 in the UK and #3 on the ARIA chart going Gold in Australia and Platinum in the UK.
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  9. In a musical landscape of quirky characters, Neon Indian (aka Alan Palomo) stands strong as a true eclectic devotee. With an established career of genre-mashing and energetic production, the Brooklyn-based Palomo returns with his long-waited return album, 'Vega Intl. Night School,'  featuring the single "Slumlord."   The follow up to 2011's 'Era Extraña,' 'Vega Intl. Night School' marks a period of aesthetic reinvention from Neon Indian. The album which brims with diversity and elaborate songwriting – attributable to the variety of locations of its creation; a cabin aboard a cruise shit, DFA's Plantain Studios in NY, Pure X's practise space in Austin and Ben Allen's studio in Atlanta, results in his most interesting work to date.
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  10. 'You're Dead!' is a shamanic pilgrimage into the psychedelic unknown of the infinite afterlife. A sonic, visual and metaphysical fusion of technological innovation and technical virtuosity that amounts to a transcendent, mind-expanding plasm that could only exist between our world and another. The enduring universe of Lotus' supporting cast has expanded and evolved to feature in order of appearance, Herbie Hancock, Kendrick Lamar, Captain Murphy, Snoop Dogg, Angel Deradoorian, Thundercat, Niki Randa, alongside mindblowing original artwork by Japanese comic book artist Shintaro Kago. Speaking of history and future, the pairing of jazz legend Herbie Hancock and Flying Lotus is a supreme highlight of 'You're Dead!'. Playing the Fender Rhodes, the iconic electric piano that Hancock himself popularized over myriad essential recordings, the meeting of two generations of jazz fusion innovators is a historic occasion. "It was the coolest," says Flying Lotus of working with Hancock. "In the middle of a take he'll tell you a story about Miles Davis for 20 minutes. I was really flattered that he wanted to be a part of my music." The twosome challenged themselves. "We were trying to figure out how to make a jazz record that feels new. We said, what if Miles came and they showed him all the jazz records made today. We wanted to have a jazz record that would fuck him up." "The album isn't about the end, it's really the beginning. It's a celebration of the next experience. It's the transition and the confusion.  It's not 'hey you're dead.' It's 'hey you're dead!'" - Flying Lotus
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  11. Seventh studio album from one of the most influential and respected names on the electronic/dance music scene. Their first record to be completely devoted to their Bossa Nova roots and feature all female vocals.
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  12. Ben Frost will release his fifth studio album, 'The Centre Cannot Hold,' out on Mute via [PIAS] / Inertia. The Centre Cannot Hold was recorded over ten days by Steve Albini in Chicago. The music exists not in space, but in a space; it is a document of an event, of a room, and of the composer within it. It is music that is not fully controlled and appears to be anxiously, often violently competing against its creator. An exercise in limitation and chromatic saturation, The Centre Cannot Hold is an attempt at transcribing a spectrum of glowing ultramarine into sound.
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  13. It's been a decade since Maroon 5 burst onto the music scene with Songs About Jane, their debut album which came out in June 2002. To mark the occasion, the deluxe Songs About Jane 10th Anniversary Edition is being released as a two-CD set that includes the demos of the 12 original songs, including previously unreleased songs like "Take What You Want," "Woman" and "Chilly Winter," as well as "Rag Doll" (a non-album B-side available only internationally) and an alternative mix of "The Sun." The second disc provides access to a pair of videos on maroon5.com through PUSH technology when the CD is inserted into a computer, including unreleased in-studio footage of the making of Songs About Jane and the official electronic press kit for the album.
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  14. Acclaimed British composer Max Richter is about to make history, with a ground-breaking piece of work – the longest single piece of music ever recorded! His new album 'Sleep' is an eight-hour Lullaby. An exploration of music, consciousness and human connectivity – and is actually intended to send the listener to sleep. This CD album 'From Sleep' contains a 1hour version of the 8-hour work. The landmark work is played on piano, strings, with subtle electronic touches and vocals – but no words. "It's my personal lullaby for a frenetic world. A manifesto for a slower pace of existence. It would be great if people were to start playing it while they are getting ready for bed, so that they hear it in their sleep" – Max Richter Richter came up with the idea as he has always been fascinated by the process of sleep. "As a child, it was my absolute favourite activity. I often think of composing as a daydreaming activity and, if I could, I would sleep for 23 hours a day! It's one of the most important things we all do and for me it's almost like a religion." During his preparations, Richter consulted the eminent American neuroscientist David Eagleman, in order to understand the mechanisms of the sleeping mind, and the ways in which music can interact with them, which has directly influenced the composer's writing. Richter describes it as an "investigation" into the process of sleep. "It's really an experiment to try and understand how we experience music in different states of consciousness – awake and asleep – and ask whether different people hear it in different ways. For me, this piece of music is an attempt to see how that space where your conscious mind is on holiday can be a place for music to live." "The dream state is like you have switched the whole factory over, but there is still this window to the senses, so that the things y
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  15. Two Door Cinema Club make their triumphant return with their highly anticipated new record 'Beacon'. Following their headline slot on February’s NME Awards Tour, the band, Alex Trimble, Kevin Baird and Sam Halliday, travelled to LA in April to record the album with acclaimed producer Jacknife Lee (Bloc Party, U2, REM) in his home studios. The result is a bold statement of intent - an ambitious and heartfelt selection of tracks showcasing a stunning depth of songwriting and a broader, maturer sound. “Beacon is a much more intimate record than our first, but at the same time, it's much bigger and more inclusive. Trying to find that balance has been our goal for a long time and this record takes us one step closer to the band we've dreamt of becoming.” “Working with Jacknife Lee was a joy and a pleasure. He shared our goals and played a huge part in putting the pieces together in the right way. This is an exciting time for us and we can't wait to share the songs with everyone.”, said Alex Trimble.
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  16. Flying Lotus release Until The Quiet Comes, the long-awaited follow-up to 2010's Cosmogramma. Composed, according to FlyLo, as "a collage of mystical states, dreams, sleep and lullabies", Until the Quiet Comes has the distinct feel of this nocturnal trip. From the twitching descent into a subconscious state and the out-of-focus time-ether of the journey that follows, the sound is an unhinged, yet elegant evolution of the melodic and rhythmic interplay that is woven into the DNA of Flying Lotus' aural personae. The album, featuring guests Erykah Badu, Laura Darlington, Niki Randa, Thundercat & Thom Yorke.
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  17. 'Damogen Furies,' Squarepusher's first full-length since 2012's 'Ufabulum,' sees his powers in full flow with a record that has the brutal energy and vivaciousness of a debut. Squarepusher's legacy is unassailable. From his early releases on Rephlex and his residency at the Blue Note, through his aggressive interpretations of ensemble jazz and the boundary-warping drum 'n' bass with which he is synonymous, Squarepusher has tilted ever forwards. He has spent the last decade creating and refining his own unique software system, and 'Damogen Furies' emerges as the first album created exclusively with that system. It is the culmination of years spent experimenting with and hacking hardware and software, having long since abandoned the limitations of out-of-the-box offerings. On 'Damogen Furies'  we hear a truthful, unembellished representation of how those instruments sound, with each recording made in one take, with no edits. 'Damogen Furies' sees the peak and confluence of the preoccupations that have emerged throughout Squarepusher's career, approached with the antagonism and audacity of an artist who still believes in the power of the intervention. Through 'Damogen Furies', Squarepusher aims to "explore as forcefully as possible the hallucinatory, the nightmarish and the brutally visceral capacities of electronic music."
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