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Posted by Jakub

Sun Electric
Ricardo Villalobos is known for his lengthy 14+ minute mind melting tracks in the techno world but he has this worldly draw I think when it comes down to rhythm & choice of sounds. Get to the 2:30 min mark and let it ride out, you’ll definitely hear why he goes for soo long. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

It’s Shari Vari by A Number of Names, hopefully this song doesn’t need an introduction.

I follow Ras G on twitter, the dubstep artist that is one of the more hardcore dubstep supporters out there that has the pure passion for the music.

If you know me or if you’ve ever walked into my room you’ll know i’m a huge Police/Sting fan. Lately i’ve been working on edits but mostly of songs by The Police. The more I listen to their whole catalog the more I find small glimpses in songs that have perfect loops in them especially in this song Invisible Sun.

Sun Electric – Toninas – (Ricardo Villalobos Remix)

A Number Of Names – Shari Vari

Ras G – Stealth Mode

The Police – Invisible Sun

8 Comments Leave A Comment

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Anonymous says:

July 24, 2009 at 3:24 pm

ras g, dubstep?would hav emnore affiliated him with the l.a beats/hip hop sound. the afrikan space programme album is top stuff.

if i were to affiliatin’ anyone….

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Michael says:

July 24, 2009 at 8:25 pm

Try writing songs..
Those that can:write songs..
Those that can’t:Edit/Remix..
;)

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ichi.one says:

July 25, 2009 at 7:52 am

:-) while you are re-editing the Police songs,
can you make a more “dancefloor/dj” friendly version of “bring on the night”
:-) love that song but the intro makes it very hard to put in a mix
it’s not a matter of beats matching etc.. it’s the way the intro starts

thanks :-)

btw most over looked police track to play out is Masoko Tanga
lovely track

peace ichi

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Tamara 3@1 says:

April 13, 2010 at 1:58 am

I love Sting / Police too, and am really looking forward to hearing your efforts in remixing and playing with some of his work. I love it when people tweak great work to make it more market and audience relevant. It works for me, and I admire the artists that do such awesome things with classic work.