The eagerly awaited ‘Destroid – The Invasion’ album was released today and went straight in the iTunes Album Top Ten in the USA and Canada and is steadily climbing the UK dance chart. Get it on iTunes: http://bit.ly/THEINVASION
DESTROID—the new mega collaboration led by Canadian bass master Excision featuring fellow Canadian bass artist Downlink and drummer KJ Sawka from platinum-selling electronic rock band Pendulum—have announced the release of their debut full-length album. Due out May 7 on their own independent imprint Destroid Music, DESTROID—THE INVASION features 10 original tracks from the group that is set to revolutionize bass and electronic music worldwide.
On DESTROID—THE INVASION, DESTROID come guns fully blazing with an all-star cast of electronic producers and collaborators, including the globally acclaimed Bassnectar, U.K.-based electro/bass artist Far Too Loud, U.S. bass artist Space Laces, Japanese “bass Godzilla” and Rottun Recordings artist Ajapai and dubstep vocalist Messinian. From beginning to end, DESTROID—THE INVASION is filled with stomping beats, spine-tingling bass and gut-wrenching drops that bang louder than anything around today. DESTROID—THE INVASION packs the dirtiest of the dirty and the heaviest of the heavy in bass music.
“I’ve spent over three years getting this new DESTROID project ready and I really believe that the way we are putting it together sets down a new path for electronic music performance,” says DESTROID founder Excision.
The days of major record companies smothering Internet pirates with ridiculously high lawsuits are over. At least, that’s the new policy at the Center for Copyright Infringement.
Under the new policy, you’ll be treated to a series of warnings for illegally downloading content like music and movies, and may have your Internet speed cut as a form of censure. Major ISPs like AT&T, Comcast and Time Warner have signed on. And while you might not have an impossibly high fine dropped on your head, litigation from the RIAA could still eat away at your savings.
Wow November has been a hectic month as was October. In the last few months we have made alot of great label signings and were very excited about what 2013 will bring.
Along with the new labels we have also completed integration with iFeelMusic.net in South Korea, a new and growing digital market and in the next day or so we should of completed be 2 other integrations. More to follow……
In other news we would like to welcome Pulselocker to the Digital World, a new and exciting platform for all the DJ’s out there. Check out pulselocker.com for more info.
Bringing a truly cinematic flavour to the Loomis & Jones Recordings camp is the aural architect Khafru. Inspired by the likes of Amon Tobin, Autechre, Trent Reznor, Burial and Eskmo, Khafru’s latest offering – the IDM, Cinematic ‘Mirrors Become Doors At Night EP’ showcases his true scope as a foley artist specializing in expressionistic, avant-garde IDM.
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