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We’ve got all things Miami on our mind with WMC only a few short weeks away. Lock yourself into 10 downloadable tracks selected by Troy Kurtz and Toks.

TK’s Zip (5 tracks, 59 MB)
• Toks’ Zip (5 tracks, 67 MB)

2011 was quite the year for Bad Life Records; the new electro/techno label saw a plethora of massive releases and received support from the likes of Erol Alkan, Tiga, Diplo, Zombie Nation & Brodinski.  Their first compilation, Future Techno 1 compiles those monster releases, along with some new and exclusive tracks, featuring ZZT, AutoKratz, Attaque, TWR72, Burns, NT89 & more.

Check out the EP and track listing after the jump!

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In 2011 Attaque made a huge splash in the EDM scene when he released his hit single, When Light Falls and as a result the relatively unknown artist became the buzz of the underground.  This month Attaque dropped his newest release, a full-length entitled, When Light Falls, an album that holds up to even the most scrutinizing expectations.  The record is an hour of pure energy; with rolling bass lines, dark techno leads and drops that will make your heart stop.

Check the album out after the jump!

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Bad Life‘s debut compilation Future Techno 1 is out on April 2nd, and features their very own Attaque and his remix of ZZT‘s pièce de résistance ‘Party’s Over Los Angeles’ which you can listen to by clicking the artwork above. Bad Life is one of the most hyped new electro/techno labels around, with support from Erol Alkan, Tiga, Diplo, Zombie Nation, Blatta & Inesha, and Brodinski. At the forefront of the emerging Future Techno scene, the label’s first year has seen them release some of the most important records of this burgeoning movement.

Click “CONTINUE READING” to check the track listing for the forthcoming compilation, and also to take a listen to label bosses autoKratz new monster ‘Splinters.’

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The destructive project of ZZT (Zombie Nation and Tiga) just released their full length album Partys Over Earth yesterday on Turbo Recordings. For all those who sleep, eat and breath techno, this is mandatory to go on living. Listen to the relentless album medley in the soundcloud player, and go ahead and download one of my favorite new tracks below. Pick up the entire album on Beatport HERE.

ZZT – Work (Original Mix) √+

ZZT – Partys Over Earth – Album Medley by Turbo Recordings

ALBUM TRACK LIST (not in order of medley)
01. Where is the Captain
02. Rock the Peace
03. Partys Over Los Angeles
04. Nickel Und Dime
05. ZZTMF
06. Zig Zig Zag
07. ZZafrika
08. The Worm
09. Work
10. Lower State of Consciousness
11. Vulkan Alarm!
12. ZZT Has Left the Building

Happy Halloween kiddos! Hopefully you all had a great weekend and got tons of candy. Now, it’s time to start looking toward the weekend as usual, and we have a great lineup in store for you at VS. in Santa Monica this Thursday. This week, we’ll be hosting the Brazilian duo from São Paolo known as Database who will be throwing down a banging Electro headline set supported by our good friend and newest addition to the Liaison Artists roster, Dirtyrock. Locals Cassette, Count Rockula, William Riley, and PRNT will all be showcasing their best as well.

This event will be FREE before 11PM this week w/ RSVP, so make sure to DANCEiSM.com to get on the list!

LOCATION:
The Central: Social Aide & Pleasure Club
1348 14th Street Santa Monica, CA 90404
Thursday, September 22nd
9:30pm-2:00am
21+
$5 Red Bull Vodkas until 11PM

Tunage:
French Horn Rebellion – Broken Heart (Database Remix) by database

ZZT – The Worm (Database Edit) by database

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The power duo known as ZZT picked up heaps of attention this year when Tiga and Zombie Nation unleashed the massive Zzafrika remix package, and now the guys are back with a new single, ‘Vulkan Alarm!,’ as they prepare to release their debut album, Partys Over World, this 7th of November on Turbo Recordings. As a thank you to their fans on Facebook, the guys are giving away Proxy‘s take on the original, which is naturally inundated with the Russian’s dark, crunchy sound that you’d expect from the Mako Records label boss. If you don’t already, go give ZZT a ‘Like’ on Facebook and check out Jan Driver‘s banging remix as well while you’re over there.

ZZT – Vulkan Alarm! (Proxy Remix)

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