Robot Bodypop 07.07.12

artwork by Mike Best

YES! Robot Bodypop comes once again with a selection so heavy its best mate is a Higgs Boson. Another 2 hours of incredible bass music all sublimely layered between 4 selectors this week. Killian comes in for the first hour followed by a 20 minute digital injection from 1nejack who’s busy circling the Earth. Selections there include smooth vibes from Bulgarian badman Mloski and Brightons Guy Andrews as well as bass heavy riddims from Spinline & Submerse as well as some other tracks taking the vibe in all manner of directions.

Don’t forget were carrying on with the Survivor track, this being the strongest track from the previous sessions selections. Keep your ears pinned back for that beauty.

Rounding everything off is, of course, the Transmit session this week provided by selectors Peaman & Hicha from Bristol. A glance at the tracklist shows they are proud of their roots and they took some time to chat breeze with the Robot Bodypop.

Stream it, download it and share with your mates. Its a sweet 2 hours of beats. Check out the ‘Free Beats’ post this week for info on where to bag more than a handful of these tracks from the producers kind enough to give them away.


Monday Luv (Chronic) – Spinline
Merk Dem (Original Mix) – Impact
Weeda – Moresounds
Two Souls Intertwined – Mloski
Easy Now (Dread Foxx RMX) – OllieBassweight & Werd2Jah
Lost Time – Nanobyte
Shush – Soundproof
Kemistry (Justin Martin RMX) – Goldie
Temple (Quantum Soul RMX) – Side Projekt
Skreakage – Breakage ft. Skream
Rollpipe – Amoss
Come Close – Theory
Poison – Stray & Halogenix


Stay – Henry Krinkle
Now You Wanna – Lockah
The Wait – Guy Andrews
You Seem – Piri Piri
Give It Up – Submerse
Void – Mak & Pasteman
Bubble Boy – Jim E Stack

TRANSMIT #8 – Peaman & Hicha

Enter Dimensions – Mala
Unborn – Dark Tantrums
Vampayaa (RSD Remix) – Tayo Meets Acid Rockers ft. Pupajim
Elders – Clouds
Gather – Peverlist
Let Us In – Gatekeeper
Over Here – Appleblim & Peverelist
Missed Me – Lorca
Pyre – Throwing Snow
Why Don’t You – Synkro

They Always Come Back – Submerse | Apollo Records

A couple of years ago Submerse was based in Leeds putting out strictly 4×4 and 2step tunes. This recent EP is part of a promising new phase for this young producer who now resides in his adopted spiritual homeland of Japan.

Starting with ‘8-bit Romance’ the tone is set for synthesised percussion, glitched synths and smudged out 8 bit chirps. From there we break into the Juke vibes of ‘They Always Come Back’ which features trademark processed vocals over a futuristic drum track with the occasional suggestion of an amens shuffle. This vibe continues in the same vein on ‘Give It Up’. The head nodding vibe of the opener is what we are left with on the final track ‘Cluster’ – a marvellously ambient piece of trip hop.

Available now on Juno – Look out for the Tears EP as well, currently only available on vinyl but well worth the pennies. Enjoy.

Robot Bodypop 12.10.11

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Roomland (Youandewan Remix) – Gerry Read
Way Mi Defend – Kahn
Just Say – Synkro
Sinners – Benton
Borderline – 501
Stranger (Roshi Al Remix) – Bos ft. Anna Blokand
Home – Digital Farm Animalz
Sinister – Seven
Azalea – Kahn
South Pole – Dexx
Full Baked – Truth
Vulcanic – Chik
Bass Come Down – DJ Madd
Nuclear Race (Appleblim RMX) – Beat Pharmacy

Neva Soft (Redlight Remix) – Ms. Dynamite
Where You Been 7.5 – Low Limit vs Lando Kal
What’s Good – Foreign Beggars feat. Lazer Sword
Let The Rain Fall Down – Konchis
Mountains Part 2 – DJ Rum
Plink – Phaeleh
Tied To The Big Hand – Forensics
The Vibe Is So Right – Chrissy Murderbot feat MC Zulu
Special (MJ Cole’s Back To The Future Remix) – Maddslinky
Night Of The Living Donk – Submerse
Higher (Skanky’s Lazerpiff Remix)  – Nightdrugs
September – Ghosts Of Paraguay (feat. Jett)
Never Knew – Phaeleh
Shinobi – John Maveric

Submerse / Z-Kat / Phatworld – Otaku Of The Dead / Outbreak

Perhaps the most significant release to date from Sheffield label Off Me Nut Records, this vomitesque release carries an undead theme. Starting with 4 heavily decomposed cuts from Submerse and complimented by remixes from Prague’s Z-Kat and Sheffield’s own Phatworld, this cut brings floor shaking 4×4 beats, sinister doom laden samples and polyunsaturated basslines that hook the ear with all the subtlety of a crowbar smashed through the cranium. All you need to prepare yourself for the coming zombie apocalypse. Here’s a little taster;

Night Of The Living Donk – Submerse

Download the full release here


1. Otaku Of The Dead – Submerse

2. Outbreak – Submerse

3. Night Of The Living Donk – Submerse

4. Sekai – Submerse

5. Otaku Of The Dead (Phatworld Remix)

6.  Outbreak (Z-Kat Remix)

Also, check out the other releases featured on possibly the most garish and diseased-looking record label web site on the interwebs: – Great work from all involved!