Altered Natives will be releasing an unmixed compilation CD on Eye4Eye Recordings next month (April 2011).
Here's a little article on it at Fact Magazine... http://www.factmag.com/2011/02/24/alter ... chronists/
1. Tom Ellis feat. Lizzy B – Accidental Daydream
2. At One – A Possible Lover
3. Funksta – Arena
4. El Sudor – Hermit
5. At One – Squuaalar
6. Ceramic – The Message
7. Altered Natives – 18 Ghost Hands
8. Misery Peat – The Hyde
9. Altered Natives – Goodbye
10. Grayz – Dubskank
11. DD Black – Charge
12. Slaughter Mon – Heebie Jeebies
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It'll be out next week on CD and then digitally soon after :0)
pompende wrote:aint no fuckaround mixblog
"To mark the release of
Altered Natives Presents... The Guild of Synchronists CD.
On May 6th you can catch the some of the Synchronists live at
There you'll be able to hear exclusive production sets and future EYE4EYE material.
Ending with a sneak preview of Tenement Yard Volume 2 plus other things from myself.
This will be a good opportunity to catch us under one roof and hear some of our forthcoming works, and also pick up a copy if you haven't already.
So start your Friday after work with some viiiibes and a drink:)
See you there
Free drinks are provided courtesy of Kopparberg."
Resssssspect to all.
Time 06 May · 18:00 - 20:00
Location The Lock Tavern
35 Chalk Farm Road
London NW1 8AJ
Time for some NLP >>
A million thanks for this!! Plenty of great deephouse funkyness in there for me to play Lovin it !!!!!!
I love the output on this label, once again Danny has put together a bangin selection of beats and I cant wait to play them out.
By the sound of the producers on the Guild of Synchronists, Altered Natives is rebuilding the world of house and broken beat and everything in between in his own image.
Hyperdub (Kode 9)
Fresh, forward thinking and ambitiously curated by Altered Natives
(Mary Anne Hobbs)
Nice varied bag of real twisted uk house! a strong unified aesthetic coming through. my favourites are the El Sudor and Funksta tunes, and that Misery Peat one is nutty as well.
Night Slugs (Bok Bok)
It's a great snapshot of how varied and exiting bass/whatever music is at the moment. Favourites I'm gonna play straight away are "Charge" - Love the brutal Detroit vibes on that... Also feeling "Hermit"
It's wicked man, loving the misery peat, yours and the dd black cuts the most
Hoya:Hoya (Illum Sphere)
Misery Peat and El Sudor bits are really nice , played both on Rinse - great future sounds
Rinse FM (Oneman)
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