F I X

FIX is an online blog run by two music junkies with a passion for finding and sharing the finest of both aged and contemporary electronic sounds, we hold high hopes for taking this name beyond its internet based territories in the not so distant future.

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Really looking forward to getting involved in RSD tomorrow, up early doors to snap up copies of the Throwing Snow VIP and Illum Sphere - Spectre Vex records in Brighton.

Phonica for the afternoon and then onto our debut club night appearance, hosting room two at rhythm factory, let the good times commence.

18 04/14
18 04/14
18 04/14

#ES001 surfaced online last night, titled BROKEN TONGUE, the track by RENOIR was been endorsed by the L.I.E.S twitter account, with indications evocative of an association with their very own Vereker.

The discerning march of a track is dogged by ill-boding yelps that ring over the tracks thudding percussion and distorted noise, you can’t help but imagine the SoundCloud thumbnail as an apotheosis for the tracks hollow cadence.

The expressive use of ‘noise’ within music is something of a hot area for underground electronic musicians at present, with artists succeeding with their relative undertakings to varying degrees (subjective), this Endangered Species debut positions itself somewhere between Samuel Kerridge and a more merciless Huerco S, firmly hitting the nail on the head in my books.

I look forward to hearing more…

18 04/14

I reckon this track has been played around the same amount of times Scuba has been asked about his change from ‘dubstep’, never understood the hate, this track is timeless.

16 04/14

Stumbled across Amsterdam based talent a while back now, here’s a full throttle techno mix she kindly put together for our blog, starting off on a good foot with Truncate, Donna continues in discerning style with superb pickings from the likes of Audionite, Robert Hood and Nathan Jones, listen and enjoy!

DONNA BYRON

No Beatles but electronic music right from the start. At the age of 16 she found some old turntable’s in her garage and her passion for DJ’ing began. Quickly after starting from her old room, age was asked to show her skills in clubs in Amsterdam, Utrecht and Groningen.

Donna Byron’s sound is inspired by the city of Detroit and its techno history. With her deep and heavy grooves she manages to get a party going right away. You can hear and feel her drive and passion in every sound and that’s what makes her worth seeing!

Check out more from Donna and our FIX blog in the relative links below. below:

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16 04/14

Going to have to snap one of these up on Record Store day!

15 04/14
11 04/14
11 04/14

Still digging Caramel, perfect for late night chilling.

10 04/14
10 04/14

The Great Escape 2014

Being my last year at University in the city, I’m hoping to finally get involved with The Great Escape.

With the festival having a reputation for providing emerging talents with the chance to show their worth across Brighton’s best venues, I’m looking forward to checking out some favourites, as well as budding musicians I’ve only recently discovered.

Here’s a playlist I put together of my pickings for duration, some great bands and acts of different genres, check it out and enjoy.

10 04/14

(Source: Spotify)

10 04/14
Trusty followers,
 If you are London based, come join us on the 19th of this month as we make our event debut in room 2 at Rhythm Factory, it’s shaping up to be a good one.
FIX

Trusty followers,

 If you are London based, come join us on the 19th of this month as we make our event debut in room 2 at Rhythm Factory, it’s shaping up to be a good one.

FIX

09 04/14
09 04/14