Combat Recordings
Mixed by Stormfield
Posted by phzn
on 28 November 2008 (09:18:07)
Great mix, great Recordings! Make more like this!!
Posted by C
on 21 October 2008 (06:06:53)
Shit is sick and dirty. Thats wats up
Posted by G.H.
on 13 March 2008 (00:09:02)
All combat... all good!!!!
Combat Recordings boss Stormfield whips up a showcase of shadowy speaker-shredders from label artists
Since launching in 2004, Combat Recordings hasn't so much carved a niche in London’s bass music scene as hacked a gaping hole in it with a heffing great katana. Oscillating between brooding breakbeats, brutalist electro and rough-edged 2-step/dubstep flavours, label releases have been dropping thick and fast from respected bass technicians such as Ardisson, Blackmass Plastics, Point B, Scanone and, most recently, the mighty Scorn.
Featuring highlights from the Combat back catalogue alongside unreleased goodies (such as Threnody's dubplate-only remix of Unnatural Causes by Paradox — a track you'll never hear again in any other form), this mix was recorded late last year by label boss Stormfield. A shortened version of the mix recently featured on Rob Booth's excellent Electronic Explorations podcast series; the show has served up a ton of great guest mixes from the likes of Surgeon, Milanese and Neil Landstrumm — if you've not caught the series so far, head over there and get up to speed.
  • Stormfield — Intro (Sewer Scene)
  • Komonazmuk & White Boi — Apocalypse
  • Cursor Miner — Carnivore (Milanese remix)
  • Stormfield — Interlude (Gutter Ambush)
  • Stormfield — Inner Silence, Outer Violence
  • Stormfield — Haiku (Blackmass VIP)
  • Scanone — Atlas
  • Dolphin — Mimulus
  • Scanone — Static Shock
  • Scanone — Mr Tant (Point B remix)
  • Blackmass Plastics — Bigabunda
  • Scanone — 7th Bullet (Ardisson VIP)
  • Cursor Miner — Adroit Manglebot
  • Blackmass Plastics — Torture Sequence
  • Scorn — Gravel Bed
  • Cursor Miner — Grindloop
  • Paradox — Unnatural Causes (Threnody remix)
  • Blackmass Plastics — DXG
  • Cursor Miner — Grimewatch
  • Komonazmuk & White Boi — Search 4 Truth
  • Scorn — Super Mantis
  • Stormfield — Liquid Metal Being

 Super Mantis Part 1 by Scorn is out now on Combat Recordings

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