Point B
Lost Tapes Set
Posted by Isabel
on 5 March 2009 (21:28:08)
DAT IS SICK MAN! Bring on the Bloc chalet set!
Posted by MisterE
on 18 March 2009 (11:47:14)
do any of you actually talk like that?
Posted by pedro
on 18 February 2009 (23:09:43)
Wow this is really good. Had only heard a couple of Point B tracks before - serious skills
Posted by sunday morning
on 14 June 2009 (10:05:12)
Nice minimalistic vibe top mixing as well. all you need really
Posted by pig-daddy
on 13 March 2009 (13:49:13)
this man deliver filthy goods. more please!
Point B hits up Radio Spannered with second shot of shadowy electronica and mutant 2-step
This set of new material, originally broadcast at the end of 2008 on Scanone's Ill FM show, The Lost Tapes, is evidence of some seriously productive studio time since Point B made his debut contribution to Spannered just over a year ago. Not content with honing his dark dubstep/electro sound, Rich Bultitude has also been fleshing out two other projects from opposing ends of the rhythmic spectrum: Planes and Xammatu.
And if you haven't already grabbed it, there's a free EP of Point B tracks awaiting you over at his site...
  • Creepy Steeple
  • Someone Else's Past
  • Saw Dust
  • Istocity Meter
  • Day Tension
  • Three Colour Vision
  • No Smokes
  • Figit
  • Gymede
  • Side Effects
  • Minerals
  • To Follow You

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