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 31 
 on: December 06, 2016, 18:34:14 
Started by Evs - Last post by Evs
Fuck me my password still works.

Miss u EvZ.

What happened to Zammo and Bill Price? They did make I laugh  Laugh

Pimp

 32 
 on: December 06, 2016, 17:13:51 
Started by Kereni - Last post by Kereni
Atomosynth sold!!!

 33 
 on: December 02, 2016, 19:18:39 
Started by Kereni - Last post by Kereni
Bump!!!
Maschine only £200 now!!!
Also the Atomosynth going for only £80!!!

 34 
 on: December 02, 2016, 11:32:46 
Started by tko - Last post by taking pictures of the eclipse
(She threatened to go to Exit with her mate Leeroy otherwise).


 35 
 on: December 02, 2016, 00:51:06 
Started by tko - Last post by Hooner
Have you just gotten back?

 36 
 on: December 01, 2016, 23:30:31 
Started by tko - Last post by snowball
It was wet as shit and the Missus was a real cunt all weekend, couldn't even fob her off to her mates. Even paid for premium jamrags Smashed

Combined with probably the worst conditions I'd seen in a decade. What an absolute shambles.

It was so bad I actually fucking enjoyed Adele  Smashed

On another note, Muse were  Slayer Tomato Slayer!

Six months to go. Still bought the missus a ticket tho. (She threatened to go to Exit with her mate Leeroy otherwise).

 37 
 on: December 01, 2016, 23:23:33 
Started by Evs - Last post by snowball
Fuck me my password still works.

Miss u EvZ.

What happened to Zammo and Bill Price? They did make I laugh  Laugh

 38 
 on: November 28, 2016, 20:56:11 
Started by Deficit - Last post by Deficit
Subscribe in the iTunes store: http://bit.ly/g1MJ9R
Podomatic: http://automatednb.podomatic.com

<a href="http://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fsoundcloud.com%2Fautomate-dnb%2Fpodcast40" target="_blank">http://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fsoundcloud.com%2Fautomate-dnb%2Fpodcast40</a>

Wreckless has been a firm AutomAte fixture since the labels’ inception. Music teacher by day, producer by night and dedicated to the cause, Wreckless embodies everything that is AutomAte’s M.O.  Able to turn his hand to a variety of styles, from beautiful soundscapes to distorted filth, a very real emotion and level of human connection shines through all of his work.

Catch him live alongside Ulterior Motive, Prolix, Technimatic, Joe Ford, Subtle Element, DC, SP:MC, Carasel, Remidy, Seppa, D.R.O.P.S, None Decay, Deficit & Esion at Blue Mountain, Bristol on Saturday 3rd December!



Track List:

Wreckless - The Doctor  [AutomAte]
Shy FX - Bambaata (Break Remix)  [Digital Soundboy]
Bios Destruction - Armor  [Citrus]
Incognito - No More  [Dutty Audio]
Arcaudio & Necrobia - Rethink  [free]
Deficit & None Decay - Mano Dura  [AutomAte]
Ulterior Motive - Tape Pack  [Metalheadz]
Seppa - Trojan  [AutomAte]
Fearful - Santura  [AutomAte]
Philth - Dreaming (Need for Mirrors Remix)  [Flexout]
Wreckless - Le Monde  [AutomAte]
Hyroglifics & Wreckless - Blam  [dub]
Solingen & Type 2 - Can’t Go (Break Remix)  [Fokuz]
Facing Jinx ft. Alexsia Louca - Now You're Gone (Break Remix)  [Focuz]
Raiden - Citalopram  [Tech:nology]
Wreckless - Heartbreaker  [dub]
Wreckless - Minimal  [dub]
Dom & Roland - Resonance  [Quarantine]
Philth - The Game (Tech VIP)  [Flexout]
Spectrasoul ft. Lily McKenzie - Shelter (VIP)  [Shogun]
Serum  - Species  [31 Recordings]
Bad Company - Equilibrium  [free]
Necrobia - Nervous Tension  [Peer Pressure]
Wreckless & Necrobia - Changes  [Peer Pressure]
Philth & Wreckless - The Circle  [Dispatch]
Grooverider ft. Linford - What do you do  [dub]
Arkaik - My Love  [Flexout]
Wreckless & Necrobia - Source Code  [Peer Pressure]
QBig& Zenith B - Opposite  [Flexout]
Kasra & Enei - So Real (Mefjus Remix)  [Critical]
Wreckless - Broken Teeth  [AutomAte]
Instinkt - Kabuki  [AutomAte]
Signs - Rotor  [Plasma Audio]

 39 
 on: November 28, 2016, 20:24:46 
Started by Deficit - Last post by Deficit


<a href="http://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fsoundcloud.com%2Fautomate-dnb%2Fsets%2Fam8e019" target="_blank">http://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fsoundcloud.com%2Fautomate-dnb%2Fsets%2Fam8e019</a>

M-Set & Agman Gora are a formidable merging of talent. With M-Set bringing the foreboding, darkly lit atmospherics and Agman riding the bassline with horrorshow vocals, it's a match that will discharge crowds worldwide. Released on AutomAte, never shying away from the more down & dirty records, they're here for a knockout with old-school stylistic features whilst incorporating contemporary production standards. M-Set deliver once again and, with Gora's help, bring their music into an even murkier dimension.

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Juno - http://bit.ly/2fpazIL
iTunes - http://apple.co/2gBs1yO
Spotify: http://bit.ly/2fEZOSK

Agman Gora has fully laid out his musicianship across the first few bars and throughout Fight for Your Lives he presents a cult-like persona. Aptly named, the track leaves you gasping for breath, a techy, nastily conceived roller that nips with every break. The MC is described as a ‘leader, a convicted murderer, the only living musician known to be medically dead'. A hyperbole? Not if you hear the rasping, moody vocals he carries on a track With 90s synth and clanking drums, M-Set help to set the pace, keeping the 170bpm whilst dragging you through creepy soundscapes. A record for the shadowy months, prepare to be fully enveloped in a world underpinned by fear.

Iqama is brooding, with middle-eastern flares and crunchy snare. Winding up slowly, it focuses on the journey, slowly drawing you in inch by inch. With each loop, you're drawn ever deeper, until it catapults you into a crashing whirlpool of snapping beats and driving bassline. M-set are masters of their craft, slicing up layers of sound and hitting you harder with every segment.

Constantly changing direction, it doesn't give you time to breathe. It's as relentless as it is heavy-hitting, with a complex design which would be intimidating to even the most experienced producer. M-Set definitely prove their weight, teaching you why they're going to become artists that resound across the genre for years to come. There's no turning back this time.

For more information or a press pack, contact info@automatednb.co.uk

 40 
 on: November 26, 2016, 16:21:51 
Started by Hooner - Last post by taking pictures of the eclipse

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