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touch me!


Artist : DMX Krew 

Label : Ersatz Audio 

touch me! / 12"

Five electro-pop oriented tracks of the Uk prolific electro producer from London. Released in 2002 on the Detroit based label Ersatz Audio. This 12" is clearly 80's inspired. For example "Soul Miner" could easily be a track from Depeche mode. Just listen to it !

ionospheric exploration


Artist : DMX Krew 

Label : Kust Musik 

ionospheric exploration / 12"

7 atmospheric analog electro tracks by DMX Krew (aka 101 Force, Asylum Seekers, Computor Rockers, Ed DMX - EDMX). All with Drexciya, Dopplereffekt vibe with DMX Krew unique funkyness. One of the best electro dope of the momentÖ Really !

wave funk volume 1


Artist : DMX Krew 

Label : Rephlex 

wave funk volume 1 / 12"

Ed DMX returns to the Rephlex fold with "Wave Funk Volume 1" continuing his mission to tweak out every possible sequence of patterns and melodies from his banks of vintage analog equipment. DMX Krew has always, and unapologetically, sounded like the sum of his influences, but executed to a very respectable level. Here we have 7 tracks ranging from AFXian funk to Dopplereffekt style slow-electro, joining the dots in between with pulsing sequences and highly infectious melodies made with that ounce of wrongness and perfectly (mis)placed notes that makes this a total Rephlex release. Very Cool...

bongard problems


Artist : DMX Krew 

Label : Breakin' Records 

bongard problems / 12"

According to some legends DMX Krew actually invented electricity, while according to others he was the first person to imagine the word synthesizer. Either way, DMX Krew IS electro and he continues his adventures in silicon with the latest drop on his Breakin' records imprint. Title cut "Bongard Problems" strikes out first with an uptempo Dj Stingray styled rocker, while the excellent "Motion Studies" revisits the electro-funk style that he probably invented back in the 80's. B-side tracks "Pixel Wrap" and "Excalibur" take cues from AFX and Drexciya to make an authentically synthetic sound for people who do the robot and dance like it's 25 years ago. Nice Record ;)

that was harder than I expected


Artist : DMX Krew 

Label : Breakin' Records 

that was harder than I expected / 12"

Fine 4-tracker from the uncompromising DMX Krew aka Ed DMX for his home-brewed Breakin' imprint. Highlights are easily the lead cut "That Was Harder Than I Expected" with its curiously dissonant melodies, which kinda sounds like 2 Bochum Welt tracks playing at once, and equally the pastoral arcade glow of "Space Invaders Meets Darth Vader" with its zonked, zappy synth pads and padded bass pulses. Ed DMX reminds us all he's still number one when it comes to beautiful, esoteric electronic music. Still aimed squarely at the dancefloor, Ed provides us with a really strong and, as always, diverse package with something for everyone ;)

broken sd140 - part II


Artist : DMX Krew 

Label : WeMe Records 

broken sd140 - part II / 12"

DMX Krew in effect. Manning his busted SD140, electro Ed follows up that demented 'Cerberus' 12" for Power Vacuum with a friendlier touch of Rephlexian melody and groove taking in the squirrely electro-boogie of 'Honeydew' and a vintage-sounding, '91 style breakbeat raver named 'Dramatic Exit' alongside the caustic window fashion of 'Spoookey' and the delicious techno-funk fantasy, 'Superficial Appearance'. Tip !

mini lp


Artist : DMX Krew 

Label : Stilleben 

mini lp / 12"

8 tracks of mastermind DMX Krew on Stilleben Records. Electro for the people! Love! Powerful white funk limited to 200 copies only. Be fast !

electro worm


Artist : DMX Krew 

Label : Synth Funk 

electro worm / 12"

The ever reliable Ed Upton (aka DMX Krew) returns with the st EP on Abstract Forms (Synth Funk series). The Rephlex Records veteran is a master of the electro genre, and this release doesn't disappoint. 3 tracks of synth funk and wigged-out oldschool electro aimed squarely at the dancefloor: this is the kind of release that has rightly cemented DMX Krew's reputation. A trusted and skilled producer, undoubtedly one of the best in the game. Also including a remix from the great Luke Eargoggle.

ram expansion


Artist : DMX Krew 

Label : Last Known Trajectory 

ram expansion / 12"

Debut ep on the quality Last Known Trajectory for DMX Krew, an artist which requires no introduction. "RAM Expansion" itself is a heady electro tune with a sunken load of synths at its disposal, while "Experiment 5" is classic DMX; mad modular-like patterns surrounded by menacing drums. You also got the weird and wonderful bleeps of "Quantum Computer" on the A-side, whereas the flip kicks off with a fiery techno punch in "Division By Zero", heads to more AFX tougher and abrasive territories via "Rubout", and ends on high-tec electro stroll of "Bad Vibes". This is no nonsense dance music at its finest. No sh**!

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