The 140 Show
Dark, abstract and rugged dance music
The August 140 Show with Node and Matter
August 30, 2011 05:52 PM PDT
And so the end of the summer...or was it? Perhaps more of a continuous Autumn, either way, tear yourself away from stupid weather and look over here instead..It's the 140 Show! We're back with a little helping of dark, techy, muddy, ghastly and 4/4-ey(?) beats from Node and a selection of mental Juke styles from our Guest DJ, Matter. Matter, soaked in Hip Hop essence, here shows the crazy effects that music has had on Dance musics latest bizarre offspring in the form of Juke. The 140 Show did throw in a little taste of a certai DJ Rashad way back at the end of 2010 and now, some, perhaps many of you may now be familiar with this footworking, Chicago hailing mishmash of hip hop samples, electronic weirds and junglish speeds that can also fit right into some slower hip hop beaterage. It's not for everyone but here at the 140 show we're open to the kind of craziness it offers up. See for yourself as Matter throws in a whole load of that, some Amens and washes it down with a gulpful of Classic hip hoppery just briefly making an appearance at the end. Shouts to everyone keeping on in the support for wherever this show is willing to venture to...it's a total genre-defying two fingers to anyone desperately tryin to make sense of what the hell anything is supposed to be anymore. We modestly would like to recommend letting go of the railings and seeing where Bass/Dance music in its entirity can take you. If you ask me it's a whole lot of mad fun out there at the moment, if you ignore politics that is. Which here we shall do
Intro Tune - Amon Tobin -Surge
1. Apparat - King of Clubs
1. Gil Scott Heron - H2OGate Bues
July 12, 2011 02:39 AM PDT
After a lenghty hiatus due to Charles's Mainframe being uprooted to another deep cavern we are finally proud to bring you two fine mixes from some outstanding shiny talent. Prepare for some uber chunky house styles from Dlay, co-owner of the Sud Up Recordings label. Sud Up Recordings was set up in 2009 by Dom Ahtuam (aka Dlay/Syndrome) and Justin Berman as an outlet for their own productions. Here Dlay shows off some cheeky beats and the 140 Show is more than happy to have them for your perusal. Check their mixtape seesions here>>> http://suduprecs.com/sud-up-mixtape-sessions
Alongside this we're eager to also present Morris Cowan AKA Adam Taylor, Music Producer of admirable talents, he's been playing with the bigboys with mixes for Mixmag and Sonic router and the toast of Soundcloud back in May. His debut album 'Circa' dropped also quite recently and can be found here>>
His mix here consists of some rather lovely beats and blends and balances nicely with Dlays so the 140 Show was rather eager to have them both together as we think you'll agree they sit rather nicely together once they could finally be extracted from Charles's electronic face.
Wack the sound up, nod your head and enjoy, muchos thankage to both and to you listeners, the tracklist is below.
1. JiMMi Hendrik - Take it Back (Tom Lown Remix) - Sud Up Recordings
1. echologist - swell (modular take) [steadfast]
The April/May 140 Show
May 10, 2011 05:32 PM PDT
We're happy to have on this month, 2 DJ's of admirable talents in their choice of music and construction of their mixes. First up is Martin Hewitt who we had on the show early back in 2010 here with a choice selection of Techno and breaks from across the last ten years. Martin's had this mix in the back of his mind for some time now and we're glad to be able to provide a decent platform for all y'all out there (My best Texan impression right there, which has no connection whatsoever with either Martin or the mix but there you go).
Martin's music for blokes mix
1. Hellfish - Viper Breakz
(Node + Charles' Commercial Break)
1. Anstam - Albert
The March 140 Show
March 27, 2011 08:07 AM PDT
March, and as the clocks go forward so does the 140 Show, this month bringing you the sounds of Teutonic Kaboom, here with a cracking selection of ice cold electronic corkers, techy dubstep rhythms and demonstrating an eclectic collection of goodness that is a decent representation of what Teutonic's all about. Node follows up with a spectrum of bass music, starting out on a more laid back tip, throwing in a bit of the highly underrated Tipper for good measure before launching into the more upbeat thumping sounds out there at the moment. Get your headphones out or wack it up high on your stereo, either way your ears will thank you. Shouts out again to all you listening, it'd be pointless without y'all. Charles would shake you all by the hand if he had any. Which he doesn't.
1. Anstam - Brom
1. Pearson Sound - Higher
The 140+ Show feat. Nanny Banton and Meecha
February 26, 2011 11:46 AM PST
A 140 Show special this february...taking a jump in speed to the heady heights of Jungle and Drum and Bass. Nanny takes us back with the aid of some jungle weight hoisted out of his crypt of records and demolishing the decks in the process.
1. Dead Dread VIP
1. DLR & Octane - Drone of Zion
The 140 New Year Show
January 10, 2011 05:45 PM PST
Happy New Year to all you keeping tuned in to the show, massive response this month so many thanks once again for those checking it feel free to share the show with friends and dogs alike. Just Node on the case for the beginning of the year with a whole heap of bass music bizzle and just a touch of complete randomness for good measure. We've got some massive mixes that will be appearing in the next few months, including a huge increase in the bpms for a jungle/DnB rinseout forthcoming from Fire Sessions Junglist Nanny Bad man and some filthy DnB from Top Flight Security man Meecha. We'll be bringing out a series of mixes containing all sorts of musical goodness from hereon in so stay tuned as there will be plenty of different styles to be getting your teeth into. For now, sit back and enjoy the mix (And a small cameo from our Robot-host Charles).
1. The Node who fell to earth-tro
November 140 Show
November 28, 2010 10:05 AM PST
Welcome once again to the 140 Show. As temperatures drop rapidly outside, highbrows follow suit as Node and Mathmatics drop a quantity of Bassy smashers. Some old, some new and some completly devoid of any tracklisting...Sit back and enjoy the despicable winter 140.
*No Tracklisting, COMPUTER SAYS GET OUT*
1. Black Sun Empire - The 405
September/October 140 Show
October 12, 2010 04:47 PM PDT
This month we welcome Tramshed onto the show for a mix up of various quality tunes, slowing the tempo down somewhat and including a big range of Funky and Future Garage for your curious ears. Node follows on a similar tip by adding the merest dash of Techno and the swagger of Dubstep for kicks and Biggles. Please note there is a heavy Ramadanman flavour this month across the mixes and this is mainly due to a severe glut of dopeness from him which is out at the moment. Big shouts again for all you peoples listening in and checking the show we are glad you continue to
1. Kingdom - Fogs (Night Slugs)
1.Skream Vs g.Squad - Assumptions Remix
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