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Kode9 Sonar Mix!

Post by boomnoise » Sat May 26, 2007 4:47 pm

Has been uploaded to the website here

I'm pretty sure the tracklist on kode9.blogspot.com is correct and the one on the sonar site is wrong. Not sure why.

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Post by thehovsep » Sat May 26, 2007 4:54 pm

hm, those are quite different tracklistings... but thanks a lot for the heads up, I'm listening to it now, and so far it is amazing

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Post by adruu » Sat May 26, 2007 5:05 pm

thanks boomnoise!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by badga tek » Sat May 26, 2007 5:06 pm

Big. I hope it becomes available for download at some point. He's got to be one of the best selectors around IMO and his production's reached a whole new level, even just since 'Memories of the Future'

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Post by seckle » Sat May 26, 2007 5:25 pm

please don't post an archive on here for a bit. i'm sure kode has an agreement with sonar over this mix, so let's try and be respectful of that.

please use the link to listen for a few weeks.

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Post by ufo over easy » Sat May 26, 2007 5:44 pm

not really much point stream ripping it anyway.. its like 64kbps or something. epic mix though, really looking forward to the LV and Errol Bellott stuff now.. heavy.

if someone in spain could rip the CD when the mags out that'd be cool :)
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Post by 7" » Sat May 26, 2007 5:49 pm

a new one from kode9, gold news, listening to it right now, the quality is poor but its worth the listening. im considering of visiting Sonar again as ive been there for 2 yrs in a row and its fantastic, so if im attempting to it im def going to check hobbs, skream, kode9 and oris for sure.
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Post by ufo over easy » Sat May 26, 2007 6:06 pm

blimey, this kode 9 and warrior tune is a bit rude isn't it
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Post by bob crunkhouse » Sat May 26, 2007 6:56 pm

"In 2006, dubstep shaped up as the year's main electronic phenomena, and
a breath of fresh air for the English rave tradition after the end of
grime"

:?
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Post by relaks » Sat May 26, 2007 7:07 pm

Wow, HPRDB's new releases are going to be SICK. hooo lee shit.

Was not expecting a couple of these. Exciting.
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Post by doomstep » Sat May 26, 2007 8:16 pm

BIG MIX !!!


really lovein these housey/tech 1s

& all the new kode 9 bits --- LARGE.

maybe after Sonar someone could up a hi-res rip?

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Post by im_useless » Sat May 26, 2007 8:29 pm

[quote=SonarWebsite]1. Burial: “Ghost hardware” (Hyperdub forthcoming)
2. LV + Errol Bellott: “Globetrotting” (Hyperdub forthcoming)
3. Peverelist: “The grind” (Punchdrunk)
4. Kode9: “9 Samurai” (Hyperdub)
5. Kode9: “Bounce” (dubplate)
6. Massive Music: “Find my way” (Kode9 Remix) (Hyperdub)
7. King Midas: “Cool out” (Hyperdub forthcoming)
8. 2562: “Channel one” (dubplate)
9. Kode9: “Magnetic city” (Soul Jazz forthcoming)
10. The Bug feat. Flow Dan: “Jah War (Loefah rmx)” (Ninja Tune)
11. Skream: “3D” (Tempa forthcoming)
12. Skream: “Losin' Control” (Tempa)
13. Dabrye feat. Doom: “Air (Kode9 remix)” (Ghostly forthcoming)
14. Junior Boys: “Double shadow (Kode9 remix)” (Domino)
15. Shackleton: “You bring me down” (Skull Disco)
16. Cluekid & Coti: “Sensi Dub Kode9 VIP” (Minus 30 Records)
17. D1: “Quantum Jazz” (Tempa)
18. Benga: “Crunked Up” (Tempa)
19. Digital Mystikz: “Bury the bwoy” (DMZ)
20. Digital Mystikz: “Lean forward” (dubplate)
21. Digital Mystikz: “Blue notes” (DMZ)[/quote]

is this a cd coming out or is it already out, can someone please elaborate

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Post by boomnoise » Sat May 26, 2007 8:40 pm

Kode9 has done this mix for Sonar and Go!, a spanish magazine. The mix will be presented as a free cover mount CD with the June Sonar issue of said mag.

That tracklist is wrong though. Correct one below:
1. LV + Errol Bellott - 'Globetrotting' (Hyperdub)
2. Peverelist - 'The Grind' (Punchdrunk)
3. Massive Music - 'Find My Way' (Kode9 Remix) (Hyperdub)
4. King Midas Sound - 'Cool Out' (Hyperdub)
5. Digital Mystikz - 'Blue Notes' (DMZ)
6. The Bug feat. Flow Dan - 'Jah War' (Loefah Remix) (Ninja Tune)
7. Kode9 - '9 Samurai' (Hyperdub)
8. Dabrye feat. Doom - 'Air' (Kode9 Remix) (Ghostly Int.)
9. Kode9 - 'Stung' (dubplate)
10. Digital Mystikz - 'Lean Forward' (dubplate)
11. Burial - 'Stairwell' (Hyperdub)
12. Cluekid & Cotti - 'Sensi Dub VIP' (Minus 30 Records)
13. Benga - 'Electro Music' (Tempa)
14. Kode9 & Warrior Queen - 'Fuck You' (dubplate)
15. Kode9 - 'Magnetic City' (Soul Jazz)
16. 2562 - 'Channel One' (dubplate)
17. Junior boys - 'Double Shadow' (Kode9 Remix feat. The Spaceape) (Domino)
18. Shackleton- 'You Bring Me Down' (Skull Disco)
19. Skream - '2D' (Tempa)
20. Digital Mystikz - 'Bury the Boy' (DMZ)
21. Skream - 'Bit Stream' (Tempa)
22. Skream - 'Losin' Control' (Tempa)
23. The Bug & Warrior Queen - 'Poison Dart' (Ninja Tune)
24. Kode9 - Konfusion (dubplate)
25. D1 - 'Quantum Jazz' (Tempa)

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Post by im_useless » Sat May 26, 2007 8:57 pm

thank you very much, hopefully when this comes out someone is able to upload it

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Post by fullyrecordingz » Sat May 26, 2007 11:06 pm

Bob Crunkhouse wrote:"In 2006, dubstep shaped up as the year's main electronic phenomena, and
a breath of fresh air for the English rave tradition after the end of
grime"

:?
yeah man. who wrote this trollop? it seems people really like to pronounce music genres as 'dead' these days. like they get some kinda kicks out of doin it.

what do they know? so fuck it.

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Post by ufo over easy » Sun May 27, 2007 1:53 am

same people will be saying dubstep's dead in a year or so..
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Post by bob crunkhouse » Sun May 27, 2007 2:18 am

FullyRecordingz wrote:
Bob Crunkhouse wrote:"In 2006, dubstep shaped up as the year's main electronic phenomena, and
a breath of fresh air for the English rave tradition after the end of
grime"

:?
yeah man. who wrote this trollop? it seems people really like to pronounce music genres as 'dead' these days. like they get some kinda kicks out of doin it.

what do they know? so fuck it.
UFO over easy wrote:same people will be saying dubstep's dead in a year or so..
init. it seems like things are either fuckin amazing and on the cutting edge, or there dead and buried and never wanna be heard of again.

bloody media
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Post by metalboxproducts » Sun May 27, 2007 9:12 am

Yeah but that's the hyper speed at which things move in the media. Always slightly distorted.
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Post by numaestro » Sun May 27, 2007 10:39 am

UFO over easy wrote:same people will be saying dubstep's dead in a year or so..
Oh - I thought it was already :lol: Passin fad innit?
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Post by dublinstep » Sun May 27, 2007 10:45 am

Bob Crunkhouse wrote:init. it seems like things are either fuckin amazing and on the cutting edge, or there dead and buried and never wanna be heard of again.

bloody media
I think Sonar is always incredibly guilty of this.

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