Aux 88 Top Five
With their first release back in 1993 called “Technology”, Aux 88 opened up the dance floor once again for Electro Music. With 2 Detroit music awards, appearances in several festivals and clubs around the world and with over 250 tracks released worldwide, Aux 88 doesn’t plan on stopping any time soon.
Bd2_one2.wav (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Redrum Drum Kits / Xclusivedrums-sorted / 01-Bassdrums)
We use this sound on our track “We Are the Future” from our last album titled Aux 88. Pitched down to -44 and length shorten to 52, this kick rocks. It gives you that heavy bass and punch that you need.
Basic 303 Squarebass5.smp (Peff003-303 SquareBass / Smp Files)
This bass sound was used on our track “Clones” from our last album titled Aux 88. The bass is just funky and nasty and always cut right through the mix. Thanks Peff.
Karma (Karma Demo)
You’ll hear this one all over our upcoming album Black Tokyo. We love the warmth of this string patch. There’s enough warmth and fatness to fill out any track.
808BD_T9D5_Tape.wav (The Tape 808 / Tape808 Samples / Bass Drum)
We used this one on our track “Alias” on our current album titled Mad Scientist. This 808 kick is good for any genre of music.
Epic Poly (Reason Factory Sound Bank / Thor Patches)
We used this patch on our current Mad Scientist album for the title track “Mad Scientist”. This is a classic sound for electro music. We can’t say how many times we used this sound on our tracks.
Sandro Silva Top 5
Sandro Silva is one of Holland’s most promising new talents. He is known for his broad, energetic sound that is so perfectly combined with a musical depth acquired by his years of piano study. Starting his career in dance in 2006 at a very young age, Sandro Silva has already released tracks on Tiger Records, Dim Mak, Institubes, Southern Fried Records and Laidback Luke’s Mixmash label.
Richard Barbieri's Top Five
Barbieri's career started with the group Japan in 1976, and he's since then played in Porcupine Tree, The Bays and more.
Nat Motte's Top Five
While keeping their tongues buried deep in their cheeks, 3OH!3 drops sucker-punch vocals over hard-edged beats.
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