Tuesday, June 03, 2008

circuit freq.


i keep hearing and saying myself that 'bangers are over'. but no matter who is saying that, there are always exceptions, i mean just look how desperate everyone out there is to get ahold of those new proxy tracks. another exception (with a similar vibe) is the l.a. based duo circuit freq. their bio wants to trick us into believing 'circuit' and 'freq' are some kind of human-machine-music synthesis experiments who developed their own sense of self-awareness, singularity of mind and acquired a taste for global domination by utilizing raw and filthy beats but in fact both members of circuit freq have been in the music business for a long time, already sold millions of records and felt like doing something different. (now have fun trying to figure it out!)

their track 'black chrome' already devastated dancefloors around the world and received massive support from nearly everyone across all scenes ranging from felix da housecat and mr miyagi to elite force, riva starr and play paul.

idj magazine calls it 'a crazed electro-techno barnstormer that sucks you into a demented vortex of juddering, machine gun rhythms, tweakin' acid fx, warped, stammering bass and not a lot else' and claims 'it's impossible to ignore, even more difficult not to dance to'. i couldn't describe it any better (especially after i just spent 12+ hours at my day job) and the main point is that this track will let you forget the whole 'bangers are over' discussions right away and instead will instantly achieve what it is all about: make you dance! get the debut track by circuit freq in full 320 kbps right here:

circuit freq - black chrome

'black chrome' will be out on all major digital outlets this month with remixes from electrixx, vandal, charlie fanclub and acid jacks. now head over to myspace and add circuit freq and show them some love! (and no worries, discodust will still hook you up with bangers whenever it feels right!)

15 comments:

William said...

How do I download this without buying Quicktime?

Anonymous said...

welcome to the internet

Anonymous said...

haha..."bangers are over"...i think i know what you are talking about...but bangers are here to stay!

discodust said...

william: yeah, welcome to the internet and sorry, discodust only works with quicktime pro!

no, seriously. just right-click on the link and download the file.

Anonymous said...

bangers are gone after this year... they'll trail a bit especially in USA because we're behind everything, all the time, in the USA

discodust said...

anonymous: the usa have got chromatics and glass candy and a lot of other great artists though. and yeah, the better 'bangers' these days come from the US.

i think bangers will still be around next year and such but djs might pick up the concept of 'tension' and 'peaktime' again.

d said...

great posts lately, but can i just say how funny it is how everyone keeps saying bangers? haha.

i've always loved discodust for the variety, by the way.

discodust said...

d: yeah well, i never really knew how to call them. i don't know where the word originates from, i think i haven't even seen it on other blogs before i started to use it. i guess i somehow called a tune 'banger!' once in a chat session and sticked to the term then.

what else would be appropriate? 'maximal' sounds silly. 'new rave' too and i'd rather associate it with klaxons. and it is not 'electro house' and not 'french house' or 'french touch' either. 'hard hitting electro tune' - meh.

but everyone else seems to have problems too, beatport stuffs both boys noize and apparat into the 'electronica' genre.

so i thought 'banger' fits pretty well and also has a reference to 'ed banger' who are more or less the originators/the most popular source of this sound.

Anonymous said...

"but in fact both members of circuit freq have been in the music business for a long time, already sold millions of records and felt like doing something different. (now have fun trying to figure it out!)"

yeah right!?

maybe they are also nobodies and want people to listen to their music...

"therefore lets tell people that we have been really successful producing music under another alias in the past - so they might give us some of their time to listen... maybe this approach will also generate some hype. it doesn't matter that we lie its the internet"

could this possibly be the case also?

discodust said...

anonymous: i wouldn't write they have sold millions of records if i didn't know it for sure, so be quiet.

Anonymous said...

in that case I beg your pardon

it was just that their myspace profile and type-font/logo seems bit sad for a duo who have sold millions of records.. it doesn't exactly scream 'we are professional'

but as you pointed out - you know better!

discodust said...

anonymous: well, no problem. i was overreacting anyway. didn't have my meds yet when i replied.

Anonymous said...

I will dually vouch for the millions of records sold. I can also confirm their piss-poor myspace-design skills.

"maybe they are also nobodies and want people to listen to their music..."

maybe you're a nobody, "guy".

gangbanginMexican said...

It's jerks like yuo anonymous who ruin today's society

Tory said...

Circut Freq is -Amir derakh,Anthony 'Fu' Valcic

my proof?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qg99W9Ov0Ms

that and i know some inside things...