2020 was a dumpster fire, but these releases got me through it all.
The Sun & Bass Podcast just posted this audio from the Total Science set with GQ from Ambra Night. Helluva set!
Alright, we are now kicking into 2017 full throttle so lets just get into it shall we? DRS – I Will – Soul:R DRS. 4 Track EP. Incredible. Awesome video for the track Sin done with Utah Jazz. Oh did I say this was DRS? Yeah, I did. Excellent release. Skittles bringing it on “Your […]
My frequently infrequent tune of the day post for today is Total Science’s Remix of Villem & McLeod’s Putting Down Roots on Warm Communications. Why? Cuz that sub bass is killing me, cuz! Also included on the EP are vocal and instrumental releases of So Addicted featuring work by my favorite vocalist, Grimm. Masterful release […]
As soon as I finish listening to the Shadow Child set, along comes a tweet from Total Science announcing the upload of a new jungle/old skool/hardcore mix! GOING IN!
Adrian Sciencia aka The Katalyst here, I got some choice bits for you in the Beats and Pieces this go round. Direct Motion – Those That Lead/Part of Me – Diffrent Music – OUT NOW We will kick off this segment with a release from Direct Motion courtesy of the Diffrent Music out of London. […]
Hat tip to Breaks Blog for the link! Three massive sets from the Liquid V night at Cable in London last week. There are MCs on all three sets, but they don’t detract from the mix too much. If anything Darrison had a little too much coffee prior to working with Total Science, but it’s […]
The first Tuned-In compilation from 2001 helped to introduce the world to a lot of newer talent. Is that also the goal for part two? Our main intention with both LPs was to showcase the music we like and that was from established and new producers. It is a great way to introduce new talent […]
Way back in 2001, the Total Science boys put out a compilation on their C.I.A. Records imprint called Total Science Presents: Tuned-In. It featured cuts from Total Science, Q Project, Future Cut, Intalex & ST Files, and a little known (at the time) Irish producer by the name of Calibre. It featured future classics like […]
30 minute mix from the British Duo. Haven’t really heard from these guys in awhile, so it’s good to know they’re still around. http://www.fabriclondon.com/blog/view/audio-total-science-fabriclive-x-ram-x-c-i-a-mix