Thursday, March 4, 2010

'THE GREENROOM' March 3, 2010 Tracklist




Yes, I do indeed post my weekly 'GREENROOM' show tracklists over on the BASSDRIVE ARCHIVE FORUM, but I thought I'd use this blog as a bit more of an in-depth view of each week's show (when I have the time!).

Many people ask 'where can I download each show?' Quick and easy answer is: I actually don't upload them online. Main reason is because the music each week is very new or 'fresh' and some of the producers don't want early or unfinished versions of their music spread on the web yet to download. As a producer myself, I totally understand their point-of-views and can relate. To be honest, having a 3-hour show each week is not necessarily an easy task to fulfill as I'm constantly trying to provide brand-new music each session, air young producers' work, and promote friends' and colleagues' labels as well as my own work. So, all that combined makes for a delicate equation and I really try respect all the producers' wishes as well as attempt to provide a unique experience each time you tune in to a show. If you really want recorded documents of shows, I suggest using a Streamripper, but I don't appreciate having shows re-uploaded online. I do however have a vast archive of my BASSDRIVE sessions, GREENROOM Spotlights, and various mixes I've done for other sites, blogs, etc which you can grab over on my MIX ARCHIVE PAGE courtesy of the POSTBOCKS website.














STUNNA
'THE GREENROOM'
MARCH 3, 2010
BASSDRIVE.COM




TRACKLIST…



• FOREVER WEEKEND (MR JOSEPH)
• LEARN TO FLY (SEATHASKY + BEATCHEMIST)
• BREEZIN' (BLUE MOTION + ANDY SIM)
• HIDE WITH ME (SUNNY CRIMEA)
• SIMPLY (EVESON)
• FRY UP (CAPSIKA)
• KICKBACK (INDIVISION)
• REVIVED (RADICALL FEAT. KATEE)
• COCKTAIL (IMPLANT)
• BLUEBERRIES IN AUTUMN (BLUE MOTION)
• IZMIR (JUSTICE + METRO)
• TRAIL OF TEARS (ECLIPSE)
• MIDNIGHT HOUR (BROKEN DRUM)
• OVERTIME (FRICTION + K TEE): SPECTRASOUL RMX
• DRUMS MUTED (HEAVY1)
• OCTOPUS (CJ WEAVER)
• SKIES, KINDNESS, HAPPINESS (MR SIZEF)
• SQUISH ME (BRANDON MILES + TRICKY PAT)
• ROLLER X (NAIBU, HYDRO, SPINLINE)
• NIGHT WATCH (arQer + REALTIME)
• CHAPTER TWO (SPIRIT)
• MNML FUNK (ICICLE)
• DARKEST FEAR (OUTRAGE)
• DEAD RISING (DATA + DYNAMIC)
• THE DEAD SEA (ASC)
• THOUSAND MILES (RADICALL)
• SEOUL (NAIBU)
• SUPERSTITIONS (IMPLANT)
• TOUCH FEEL (JUSTICE + METRO FEAT. MOMENTUM)
• LAST TEAR FROM YOUR FRUITY EYES WILL CONCERN MY SPACE WHEN NIGHT WILL VISIT US (MR SIZEF)
• EXPLORERS (BLUE MOTION)
• LISTEN (CJ WEAVER)
• YOGA (SPECTRAL TYPE)
• KID RIO (EDWARD OBERON)
• THE BUG (S.P.Y.)
• YEAH, THAT'S IT (RANDOM MOVEMENT)
• DUMBSTRUCK (COMPOUND)
• SO MUCH SILENCE (RADICALL FEAT. KATEE)
• CAPTURED MOMENT (POISE + HYBRID J FEAT. CHINA)
• FIRST DREAM CALLED OCEAN (HELIOS): STRAY RMX
• DRAWN FACES (TYLER STRAUB)
• I'M GONE (BLUE MOTION + THE SQUARE)
• SUPER BASS (MARKY + DRUMAGICK)
• THE LOOKING GLASS (arQer + REALTIME)
• TRACTION (FUSE)
• THE RED SUN VIP (STUNNA + INDIVISION)
• PHOTOGRAPH (INSTRA:MENTAL)








As I mentioned during the show, SOUNDCLOUD has successfully integrated itself in this music's scene as a means for producers and labels to trade each other's works, preview music, and network in general. Personally, I've not upgraded to the more advanced package for my own personal page, but it's a great site to check out and join if you're a producer. That being said, this week's show featured a few different artists I linked thru SOUNDCLOUD, namely IMPLANT out of Hungary and D.C.'s CJ WEAVER. Both have a ton of great, original sounds. Seek 'em out. Debuted a few minimal tracks from past GREENROOM 'Spotlight' artists BLUE MOTION, as well as Russia's MR SIZEF. Played a few more bits from the excellent, debut collaborative LP '839' courtesy of JUSTICE + METRO on the unique and experimental MODERN URBAN JAZZ label (which should be dropping in shops and online in the coming month or two). New Orleans-based ECLIPSE continues to amaze with his well-polished soundscapes - you'll be hearing a lot more of him and fellow producer SOMA in the coming months for sure. Tokyo's HEAVY1 is quickly becoming my go-to guy for deep, clean tracks (be on the lookout for a podcast mix I did for him and the DEEP FLOW TOKYO FM show). Poland's RADICALL keeps coming with the goods and I played a few cuts from his own wicked imprint entitled NIGHTWORKS MUSIC. Watch out for RADICALL's debut 'EMOTIVE' LP on the great ABSYS RECORDS. Bigups to SHO and the Dublin, Ireland kru. Good friends FUSION who run the Miami-based URBAN CHEMISTRY RECORDINGS are set to drop their next label release featuring BROKEN DRUM's "MIDNIGHT HOUR" backed with "STOLEN LOVE" rounding out another great release for the imprint. Look out for a label LP and Mix coming soon from UCR, as well as a spotlight mix they're doing on my work - more info on that in the next blog........

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