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Leo Stableford

  1. Port Talbot, UK
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 51
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  1. Curses from past times EP
    by ProleteR
    00:00/00:00
    April Showers April Showers
  2. BRÈVES DE COMPTOIR
    by Oldy Clap & Sky Fumanchu
    00:00/00:00
    Super Star Super Star
  3. DUST DEALERS
    by Oldy Clap & Dj Skandal
    00:00/00:00
    Intro Intro
  4. BLOQUÉ EN 90
    by Oldy Clap Recordz
    00:00/00:00
    Bloqué En 90 Bloqué En 90
  5. TRAITS D'UNION
    by Oldy Clap & E2L
    00:00/00:00
    L'Antidote L'Antidote
  6. ALL BALL
    by MADBOY/MINK
    00:00/00:00
    Alley Cats Alley Cats
  7. Sneers & Stripes
    by DANiSH
    00:00/00:00
    Enter the Roustabout (Danish Refix, Bassnectar Remix) - Beats Antique Enter the Roustabout (Danish Refix, Bassnectar Remix) - Beats Antique
  8. Electro Swing - The Best Of Freshly Squeezed, Vol.1
    by Various Artists
    00:00/00:00
    Crazy In Love (Radio Edit) Crazy In Love (Radio Edit)
  9. Electro Swing - The Best Of Freshly Squeezed, Vol. 2
    by Various Artists
    00:00/00:00
    That's Right (Jamie Berry Remix) That's Right (Jamie Berry Remix)
  10. Sing-Along Songs For the Damned and Delirious
    by Diablo Swing Orchestra
    00:00/00:00
    A Tapdancer's Dilemma A Tapdancer's Dilemma
  11. Remixes for the Soul
    by melodysheep
    00:00/00:00
    They're Out There, Man They're Out There, Man
  12. The Uncanny Valley
    by PERTURBATOR
    00:00/00:00
    Neo Tokyo Neo Tokyo
  13. Dead Ringer (Album)
    by The Dirty Diary
    00:00/00:00
    Thru 59 (Take Two) Thru 59 (Take Two)
    Oddly I found out about The Dirty Diary via an open world space haulage/combat game called Rebel Galaxy. This kind of dirty blues really puts the grime on the gears of space opera, so whenever I listen to music like this it always fills my head with images of hard boiled space fiction. And who doesn't want more images of hard boiled space fiction in their heads?
  14. Symphony of Science Collector's Edition
    by melodysheep
    00:00/00:00
    We Are Star Dust We Are Star Dust
  15. From The Vaults Of The Unknown Stuntman
    by The Unknown Stuntman
    00:00/00:00
    The Dark The Dark The Dark The Dark
  16. The Best Of...Everyone Else
    by The Unknown Stuntman
    00:00/00:00
    Stuntro Stuntro
  17. Far Far Away
    by Dainumo, Jeesh, P.SUS, Pogo
    00:00/00:00
    A Long Time Ago A Long Time Ago
  18. Re-Edits Compilation Vol. 2
    by Sergio Manifesto
    00:00/00:00
    Led Zeppelin - Whole Lotta Love (Sergio Manifesto Re-Edit) Led Zeppelin - Whole Lotta Love (Sergio Manifesto Re-Edit)
  19. InFiction Remixes
    by InFiction
    00:00/00:00
    Madonna "Ray Of Light" (InFiction "Morning" Remix) Madonna "Ray Of Light" (InFiction "Morning" Remix)
  20. Always Bumpin' The Funk | 2010 - 2014
    by Dancefloor Outlaws
    00:00/00:00
    Dancefloor Outlaws - Boosch That Shit Dancefloor Outlaws - Boosch That Shit
    Crazy remixes, mash ups and party tunes. A boatload of them. If there's a party going on something in this epic back catalogue needs to be dropped. Fantastic!
  21. Soul Food
    by KOGNITIF
    00:00/00:00
    That's Where It All Started That's Where It All Started
    What's not to love about this album? Such skilfully blended samples and beats, laid back but not lazy, jazzy but accessible, classic samples, never cliche. This is possibly one of my favourite albums of all time. A must for anyone with ears.
  22. Primordial Cordial
    by Smerin's Anti-Social Club
    00:00/00:00
    Walking In The Air Walking In The Air
    Uptempo ska stylings with a shiny big band production ethic. This album is fun in aural form. Super sonics.
  23. Trials and tribulations (Bonus Tracks Version)
    by HALO IN REVERSE
    00:00/00:00
    Something's Gone Terribly Wrong Something's Gone Terribly Wrong
  24. Dangerous Days
    by PERTURBATOR
    00:00/00:00
    Welcome Back Welcome Back
  25. I Am The Night
    by Perturbator
    00:00/00:00
    Desire (Feat. Greta Link) Desire (Feat. Greta Link)
    The latter day Vangelis paints neon-soaked digital soundscapes that invoke wonder, horror, heroism and fear. Perturbator makes it easy to imagine cyborgs and netrunners, rain-soaked city streets at night and the menagerie of street gangs and citizens that populate them. Essential.
  26. Evil Technology (Album)
    by VHS Glitch
    00:00/00:00
    Revenge Revenge
    Veering between synthwave and chiptune VHS Glitch proves a master at atmospheric soundscapes suffused with 80s nostalgia. Leaves one with a yearning for an 80s action/horror movie marathon.
  27. It Might Never Happen
    by John Callaghan
    00:00/00:00
    Deja You Deja You
  28. Matrix Downloaded 002
    by VARIOUS ARTISTS
    00:00/00:00
    MONDTRÄUME . Life Is Short MONDTRÄUME . Life Is Short
  29. Matrix Downloaded 001
    by Alfa Matrix
    00:00/00:00
    PSY'AVIAH . ok PSY'AVIAH . ok
  30. Matrix Downloaded 003
    by VARIOUS ARTISTS
    00:00/00:00
    On my mind remix (AVARICE IN AUDIO mix) On my mind remix (AVARICE IN AUDIO mix)
  31. VA - Monsters Under My Bed - Compiled by Zemich
    by Melting Runes Records
    00:00/00:00
    02 - Minimal Criminal - Count Johan Malmsteen 02 - Minimal Criminal - Count Johan Malmsteen
    Trance can be about a lot of things, from fruit to spaceships. This themed collection is about horrific lurking things. For those who love trance and horror, therefore, it's a double win. If HP Lovecraft were writing today then this is what would help him mine out the truly horrible stuff with its combination of focused beats and gruesome samplage.
  32. Go Bananas
    by Fortyone
    00:00/00:00
    Rhubarb Rhubarb
    I think there are a few of us in this world who have experienced a moment where the nonsense piled up to a level where it started to resolve into a new level of reality. That's what it's like to listen to fortyone. Out of the twisted wreckage of loops, hooks, weird samples &c comes a shining palace of insanity that will leave you popping your fingers and shuffling your feet.
  33. Two AM
    by Brock Berrigan
    00:00/00:00
    Truth Truth
    Effortless laid back sampleadelica. It's this kind of thing that gets lesser musicians in trouble because it makes this stuff look easy. Executed with a delicate touch that expertly combines beats, loops and samples into a musical collage that unwinds in the mind as if these things were always supposed to be arranged this way, even though, of course, they weren't. The audio equivalent of a trompe l'oeil
  34. Every Minute of the Day
    by The Bins
    00:00/00:00
    Ode to LA (feat. Dizzy Dustin & Bobby Blunt) Ode to LA (feat. Dizzy Dustin & Bobby Blunt)
    Sample Collage is the best, and this is some of the best sample collage out there. At once frothy and deep, epic and intimate this EP packs a massive wallop that some artists fail to achieve in an album. Awesome.
  35. MY SPACE WORLD
    by KOGNITIF
    00:00/00:00
    TOXIC SHOCK TOXIC SHOCK
    Rich and strange, Kognitif's downbeat loops and melodies are as clean as they are epic in scale. It's rare that anything grounded in hip hop is quite this expansive, especially when so dark. The whole effect makes some bizarre sound war in which light emerges from shadowy sounds. An intense experience.
  36. MONOMETRIC
    by KOGNITIF
    00:00/00:00
    LUNACY (guitar by DAVID H) LUNACY (guitar by DAVID H)
    Superb prog-hop that should be in the collection of any discerning lover of breaks and beats. Masterfully blended, beautifully produced, awesome collaborations. The guitar on Lunacy takes the track to a whole other level, which is impressive bearing in mind the top notch quality of the rest of the album. Amazing.
  37. Chills,Thrills & Dollarbills
    by Dave Sparkz & Camillo Fritanga
    00:00/00:00
    Invisible Ghost Invisible Ghost
    A staggering work that blends jazz, beats and blaxploitation into a melting pot that gives the ears a hearty velvet-clad backhander timed with the precision of a Swiss watch. Awesome.
  38. Ethereal
    by WonderFlow
    00:00/00:00
    The Weekend (prod. by Hazey82) The Weekend (prod. by Hazey82)
    Awesome laid back beats and smooth rhymes. Mellow jazz and up-front drums team up with effortless lyrical delivery. Relaxation has rarely been so energetic.
  39. Nothing Like the First Time
    by Watsky
    00:00/00:00
    A Hundred Words You Could Say Instead of Swag A Hundred Words You Could Say Instead of Swag
    Lyrical backflips and smooth flows abound. Great balance between humour and bite, silliness and spice. At once proud and self-effacing a combination that makes the whole immensely likeable.
  40. Hip-Hop Docktrine: The Official Boondocks Mixtape (Hosted By Asheru, The Man Behind The Theme)
    by Asheru
    00:00/00:00
    Whip You With A Strap [Produced by J.Dilla (R.I.P.)] Whip You With A Strap [Produced by J.Dilla (R.I.P.)]
    Love the Boondocks and love the associated mixtape just as much. A great variety of smooth hip hop and cheeky dialogue from the show here. A fascinating journey with a host of underrated artists peppered with snippets from a highly underrated cartoon show.
  41. MADE US GRITS
    by Satellite High
    00:00/00:00
    Manual Labor Manual Labor
    Bonkers. The eclectic nature of every part of Satellite High's output is dizzying in its breadth. All subjects from spaghetti to volcanoes are fair game for slick rhymes backed by broken beats and weird loops. Funny? Disturbing? Wise? Foolish? A little bit from all columns? Certainly.
  42. Charle Brwn - EP
    by deM atlaS
    00:00/00:00
    Charlie Brown Charlie Brown
    Really gritty sound and smooth flow partnered with imaginative rhymes that are inventive, serious, playful and sometimes sad all at once. A great listen that shows bags of potential.
  43. The Cartridge Family
    by JimmyTheLoch
    00:00/00:00
    Maniac Mansion (feat. Zev Noah) Maniac Mansion (feat. Zev Noah)
    A pleasing rough industrial edge to this nerd-core odyssey. The rhymes are always fast and tight, bouncing like a small Italian plumber through a hazardous spiky beatscape. Chiptune noises are blended with heavy drums in an album that displays love of the concept subject matter and also a good deal of variety.
  44. Skeleton Crew
    by deKoBoko
    00:00/00:00
    Gusset Gusset
  45. Intransit Instrumentals
    by Red Martina
    00:00/00:00
    Bedtime For Bonzo (Instrumental) Bedtime For Bonzo (Instrumental)
    Rarely does instrumentation play such an integral part in the structure of hip hop. In a genre mostly noted for loops and breaks the melodic touches that cross the well-worn boundaries of jazz and stray into the less represented territories of folk give Red Martina a sound unique and refreshing in the world of hip hop. These instrumentals do not sacrifice complexity in their attempts to induce relaxation and the results are never less than invigorating.