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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Yeah I Know It Sucks

Written on April 25, 2013 at 6:58, by

Jorg – Esc.rec.36 Review by Yeah I Know It Sucks: Jorg is a producer, DJ and the end boss of the Lomechanik label. As like an exchange project, friendly label Esc.rec. just released his latest album. Where Lomechanic goes to release more beat orientated electronic works, this release is focusing more on the finer things than  Continue Reading »

Vital Weekly

Written on April 23, 2013 at 12:06, by

Jorg – Esc.rec.36 Review in Vital Weekly: The Jorg here on this limited CDr, and no doubt unlimited download, is a guest on loan from his own label dealings, on the highly local (Vital Weekly local that is) label Lomechanik. On his own label Jorg releases all kinds of beat based music styles, or perhaps  Continue Reading »

Knarsetand try-out & Klub Dub

Written on April 22, 2013 at 12:47, by

Some friendly fire. Next Saturday is the try-out of Knarsetand‘s new live show in Burgerweeshuis Deventer. A 10-piece band perform Knarsetand’s tracks live on stage in an energetic mix of drum’n’bass, gipsy, balkan, dubstep, ska and pop music. Knarsetand live is a new production by ON. Should be really interesting! Knarsetand is followed by another  Continue Reading »

Jorg – Esc.rec.36

Written on April 11, 2013 at 7:43, by

Title: Esc.rec.36 Artist: Jorg Available formats: limited CDr (handmade digipak), free download Catalog#: esc.rec.36 Order the limited edition through Bandcamp Download & listen through Bandcamp This release is also available via many other download and streaming channels, like Spotify, iTunes, etc. Check this Spotify playlist for many more Esc.rec. releases on Spotify. Tracklisting 01 Earwax (1.26) 02 Zoom  Continue Reading »

April 20, 2013: The Diamond Exchange #9

Written on April 5, 2013 at 8:51, by

Esc.rec. presents The Diamond Exchange. Two passionate music fans take turns in playing their personal favorites for each other, in front of an audience. Participants are selected to ensure a certain level of musical compatibility and to stimulate chemistry, which can be equally interesting for the participants and the audience. At best, you witness an exciting,  Continue Reading »