Free Music! New Scattermusic Ep’s

15 06 2010

Who doesn’t like something for free? I know I do. Especially music.
Well Scattermusic is giving away music for free. Just head over to their site throught the links below and cop the albums.

Here are the descriptions straight from Scattermusic:

First up is an EP from one of our own, out now – Lewis CanCut’s “Neon Saxaphone”. This ep is seriously great – there’s great consistency and a really strong sound and vision behind it.
Remixes from Mexican Guarachero man, Chico Ye, the Melbourne live cumbia band The Cumbia Cosmonauts and Sonido Del Principe…

http://www.scatterblog.com/blog/scm

Here is the Chico Ye remix of “Get Low”

http://www.scatterblog.com/tracks/Lewis%20CanCut%20-%20Get%20Low%20(Chico%20Ye%20Remix).mp3

At the inner core of Scattermusic is Lewis CanCut with his clean cut, calipo / splice nature. Always perverting club tropical beats, layering bass like cake, flipping a sound library into a deep carnival crumpet. A flanged horn forms raspberry kisses, and a punch and kick resemble the crowd participation at the West Indian 2010 20/20 Cricket Finals. LCC is Melbourne’s Pizza slice of Cumbia’s and Carioca. His gumbo is titled Neon Saxophone. The fiesta can he heard in Get Low and Can of Drink both preaching club tropical, and the now revered Cumbia Theme adds to this chapter via respect to a traditional Cumbia rhythm. The whole project then gets a remix treatment via a huge Latin connection. Chico Ye gets Mexican and puts the tribal club touch to Get Low, the Netherland’s Sonido Del Principe drops cumbia club tropix over Can Of Drink, and Scattermusic newbie’s Cumbia Cosmonauts re-shake Cumbia Theme, knowing its full heritage, then sending it to Alpha Centauri. The package is 100% tempos for a tropical throw down, and is the essential club package from LCC and his cohorts.
Neon Saxophone’ is out now.

On top of that, Lewis CanCut has also put together a dubplates mix for the next installment of our Scattermusic Radio Podcast series. Filled with 14 tracks that he’s had a hand in. Peep that below:

Scattermusic Radio #3 – Lewis CanCut – Digital Dubplates 2010
Tracklist:
01 LEWIS CANCUT – NEON INTRO
02 LEWIS CANCUT – GET LOW
03 NASA – WHATCHADOIN? (LEWIS CANCUT REMIX)
04 LEWIS CANCUT – CUMBIA THEME (CUMBIA COSMONAUTS REMIX)
05 LEWIS CANCUT – HEAVY AS YOUR SISTERS DAUGHTER
06 EDU K – JUMPIN N’ PUMPIN’ (LEWIS CANCUT REMIX FEAT DIZZY DEE) VIP MIX
07 LEWIS CANCUT – SIP SIP RIDDIM
08 SCATTERMISH, PAZ AND LEWIS CANCUT – WITH A HH (EARLY MIX)
09 FAUX PAS – VANDERBILT (LEWIS CANCUT REMIX)
10 MAT CANT & SCATTERMISH – HORNBO (LEWIS CANCUT REMIX)
11 LEWIS CANCUT – GET LOW (CHICO YE REMIX)
12 LEWIS CANCUT – CAN OF DRINK
13 DIGITAL MANGES – MANGES (LEWIS CANCUT REMIX)
14 LEWIS CANCUT – EGG YOLKS YO (BERT ON BEATS REMIX)

On top of that, we just had a release from a shit hot new young gun – Lucid. Again an ep with an individual and consistent sound, yet Lucid’s sound is much more Ghetto, Electro, Tuff and Bangin.

http://www.scatterblog.com/blog/scm

SCM-005 – Lucid – The Calling
1. Lucid- The Calling
2. Lucid – Night Go
3. Lucid – Run It

Scattermusic is proud to announce the label’s fourth official release, ‘The Calling’ by Melbourne based producer Lucid. It’s a solid package of three original tracks and not a single remix to dilute the charisma and raw energy of Lucid’s tunes. Tough dark spaces bound together with relentless marching snares and fragmented vocal shouts that make for an unrivaled hype-soaked sound. As warped and bubbling Dutch house meets landscapes reminiscent of Detroit’s golden era of techno, ‘The Calling’ is the perfect record for a packed nightclub at 4am.

Promo Video:

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