Ektoplazm - Psytrance Netlabel and Free Music Portal
Support Ektoplazm on Patreon!
Search:
     Search  
[



Bassic Records RSS Feed

Like Liquid – Gryphon

Free Music | Progressive, Techno | December 24, 2015 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

Like Liquid – Gryphon
01 - Creep (124 BPM)
02 - Cloud 10 (124 BPM)
03 - Howl And Growl (128 BPM)

Like Liquid is the budding, ballsy tech/minimal project of established Australian producer Hugo Hayes (AKA Purple Hayes), fusing elements of Brazilian techno, deep progressive, bass house, and electro into an Aussie bush-based style. This new venture is based on a no boundaries approach whilst exploring every corner of mid tempo 4×4. Gryphon seeks to melt into the deep end of exploring techno and the many shades of its emotional spectrum. The gryphon, a creature half lion, half eagle, represents land and air, a mixture of darkness and light. Creep questions your fear as the gryphon rears its head. Cloud 10 takes you away as it spreads its wings. Howl And Growl reveals the true nature of the creature’s inner battle between dark and light. Mastered by Hugo Hayes. Final graphics by Ziggy Bramich.

MP3 Download | FLAC Download | WAV Download · Download count: 9,508.

Released under a Creative Commons license for noncommercial usage.

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. Be sure to activate Flash in your browser; it is usually disabled by default in Chrome and other modern browsers.

Triforce – Ancients Part II: Recreations

Free Music | Progressive, Techno | December 21, 2015 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

Triforce – Ancients Part II: Recreations
01 - Misty Moon (Doppel Remix) (126 BPM)
02 - Bodhisattva (Bass To Pain Converter Remix) (124 BPM)
03 - Afterlife (Mr. Chow Remix) (125 BPM)
04 - Ascended Consciousness (Mechbot vs Rogibear Remix) (130 BPM)
05 - The Harmonic Convergence (Ken Zo Remix) (128 BPM)

Bassic Records is proud to present, their tenth EP release, a revival of their first; Triforce‘s Ancients Part II: Recreations. From all corners of the earth Bassic Records artists have taken a track from the original release and turned it into something of their own, interpreting the sounds and concept they were given to produce something fresh, unique and all set to be deep dance floor bombshells. The release makes a neat progression from Doppel‘s lush tech house to the deep dark techno sounds of Bass To Pain Converter. The chunky psychedelia of Japan-based Mr.Chow follows, then to minimal psy-tech monster by Mechbot & Rogibear, finally closing with the shadowy, kaleidoscopic remix by Mauritius-based Ken Zo. Almost two years in collation and concept-building, this is one of Bassic’s most triumphant pieces, covering all sounds that the label represents, established by some of its youngest to its most prominent producers. Mastering by Darren Zeising. Final graphics by Ziggy Bramich.

MP3 Download | FLAC Download | WAV Download · Download count: 9,348.

Released under a Creative Commons license for noncommercial usage.

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. Be sure to activate Flash in your browser; it is usually disabled by default in Chrome and other modern browsers.

Bass To Pain Converter – Creatures

Free Music | Minimal, Progressive, Techno | July 6, 2015 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

Bass To Pain Converter – Creatures
01 - Creatures (126 BPM)
02 - Yidak (126 BPM)
03 - Creatures (Ken Zo Remix) (126 BPM)
04 - Yidak (Ark-E-Tech feat. Mecca & Synthetic Structures Remix) (125 BPM)

Bass To Pain Converter twists the most heartfelt soundscapes into techno of the heaviest brutality. Creatures from Bassic Records showcases what B2PC are all about—far from just death by bass, the project is finding a balance with deep groove and narrative. The title track presents all of this, moving through darkness into light, grounded by tough bass lines and driven by strong rhythms. Yidak delves into a more traditional techno structure. Ken Zo‘s remix is a perfectly progressive piece, once again breaking down barriers between techno and trance with uplifting energies and deep, groovy, yet driving bass lines. Ark-E-Tech collaborates with Mecca and Synthetic Structures bringing forth a robust representation of bush techno and psychedelic minimalism, stripped back and straight to the point, dark, fun, fat and an interesting playful way of using the sounds of the original. Mastering by Darren Zeising. Photography by Zach Parker and final graphics by Ziggy Bramich.

MP3 Download | FLAC Download | WAV Download · Download count: 11,307.

Released under a Creative Commons license for noncommercial usage.

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. Be sure to activate Flash in your browser; it is usually disabled by default in Chrome and other modern browsers.

Ark-E-Tech – Crystaleyez

Free Music | Progressive, Techno | March 21, 2015 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

Ark-E-Tech – Crystaleyez
01 - Ark-E-Tech - My Muse (125 BPM)
02 - Ark-E-Tech - Triptamean Dream (125 BPM)
03 - Ark-E-Tech & Mecca - Look At Yourself (125 BPM)
04 - Ark-E-Tech feat. Synthetic Structures - Diagnostix (125 BPM)
05 - Ark-E-Tech - My Muse (Funkform Remix) (124 BPM)
06 - Ark-E-Tech - Triptamean Dream (Timmus Remix) (123 BPM)
07 - Ark-E-Tech & Mecca - Look At Yourself (Mr. Chow Remix) (125 BPM)
08 - Ark-E-Tech feat. Synthetic Structures - Diagnostix (Käse Kochen Remix) (125 BPM)

Crystaleyez by Australian producer Ark-E-Tech (Jojo Marino) is a picturesque journey of sound and movement, charting a course through deep grooves and emotive melodies with the benefit of horns, guitars, and floating vocals to compliment synthesized electronic sounds. This broad spectrum release also features collaborations with Mecca and Synthetic Structures as well as remixes by Australian techno pioneers Funkform and Timmus and upcoming artists Käse Kochen and Mr. Chow. In taking this approach Bassic Records showcases the creative connectivity and capabilities of the Australian underground music community. Photography by Daniel Tran, original logo by Nathan Mulligan, and final graphics by Ziggy Bramich. “Special thanks to my dad Frank Marino, my musical inspiration and mentor.”

MP3 Download | FLAC Download | WAV Download · Download count: 11,015.

Released under a Creative Commons license for noncommercial usage.

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. Be sure to activate Flash in your browser; it is usually disabled by default in Chrome and other modern browsers.


More Labels

Glitchy.Tonic.Records Neogoa Digital Diamonds Neurotrance Records Ektoplazm Anomalistic Records Underground Alien Factory Records Sun Station Records Gliese 581C Cyan Music