Urban Exploration – Subterranean

Urban Exploration Subterranean EP ITK004

Urban Exploration’s debut release is out now on If The Kids records in Berlin. The EP is available from various online record shops including iTunes, Juno, Amazon and Beatport.

You can get the release here.

If you are taking part in the Black March protest, don’t worry, we will be posting this again in April, just wait till then 😉

Here are some previews of the release:

Bumper Xmas Stocking from Dead Channel

Hope your Crimbo festivities are going well and such!

Here’s a phat Christmas hamper for all eclectronic music lovers out there, from our very good friends at DC.

All free and festive, and the usual high quality we have come to expect from this growing net label. Get downloading people!

Conflux - The Winter Solstice EP

Oli Hemingway - Full Wolf

Bo Legz - Masquerade

Nokah - Central Light Core

Micoland - Pirate Radio Astronomy

Dead Channel International

Click on the Album covers to download, or go to www.dead-channel.com for even more free music. Happy New Year 😉

New releases from Dead Channel

Our friends at Dead Channel have some amazing new music for your free acquisition. A pretty special new album from Chris Kubex, a collection of remixes from Naffdogg, Pocketsquare’s debut EP and an exclusive DJ set from an anonymous member of the Urban Exploration collective.

Chris Kubex - At The Expense Of Many

Naffdogg/Various - Kickin' Leaves Remixes

Pocketsquare - Peacocking EP

Find more great music for free at www.dead-channel.com

Superdeep Borehole

Urban Expo 1

Urban Exposition 1

Improvised music by Urban Exploration with Live visuals.

 

Urban Exploration Live Debut

The whole collective have been busy preparing a monster setup of modular synths, drum machines, laptops, tape echoes, stomp boxes and miles of cable for their live debut as a performing group, at this year’s Bridgnorth Music and Arts Festival.

They will also be curating a whole day of experimental electronica and whole night of banging techno at the festival:

More information on the festival

Here is sneak preview from one of their early practices…

Depot by Urban Exploration