Released in the first half of 2011, the b-side on Neon Jung‘s 10-inch on Magic Wire is a track that deserves a late mention here. Ten years ago, tracks like this weren’t that unusual and were coined broken techno. This hybrid of techno and broken beat (as if that wasn’t a hybrid of everything already) was put on the map by almost forgotten names like Nu Era, Titonton or Seiji’s Opaque moniker.
If you missed the Neon Jung’s record the first time, you can still get physical copies from Piccadilly or HHV. Digital releases can be found on Bleep or Boomkat.
For more music like this, I strongly recommend 2002’s Soul in Motion compilation.
The last time I wrote about Matt Cutler was probably when I mentioned some of my favourite albums of 2010. But now the man better known as Lone is back with some new material and you can listen to it right here!
As Matt hasn’t supplied any additional info about a possible release, I suggest you follow his activities on SoundCloud or keep the website of his label Magic Wire Recordings bookmarked.
Having moved to Manchester recently, Lone has become the latest member of the city’s Hoya:Hoya family. To celebrate, he has put together a mix of boogie, Chicago house and some oldskool action.01. VHS Head – Indent
02. Loose Ends – If My Loving Makes You Hot
03. Alexander O’Neal & Cherrelle – Saturday Love
04. Kashif – Baby Don’t Break Your Babies Heart
05. Dâm-Funk – Galactic Fun
06. B12 – Obsessed
07. Lone – Risottowe
08. Baby Ford – Ford Traz
09. Kode9 – You Don’t Wash (Actress Remix)
10. Glass Domain – Interlock
11. Nightmares On Wax – Aftermath
12. Joey Beltram – Energy Flash
13. SL2 – DJs Take Control
14. Lone – Pinapple Crush (Manchester Warehouse VIP Mix)
15. Manix – Oblivion
16. Altern 8 – Move My Body