Harlem city downtown remix of Trigg & Gusset's Rhododendron. One love. Additional Saxophone by: Theodora Vink
Leisure's interpetation of EQUILOUD's CGI Crania. Dark reggae'ish electronics which persist for a fraction of existance.
The latest hit by the artist duo formally known as Zap Franka
Remix of a well known track. Can you name her?
An experimental project based on the LUV NY series. Yes, I have some issues ;) Big respect to Burnt & Jaki, & (the other) Ray West! NRW reprazent.
Got the mix under control, Now for the new vocal recordings...
Live gentle fuck up version of upcoming Hopskotch 2's Gentle Giants
Much better this time, getting there! Tracklist: 1: Leptir (D. Kooistra / G. Elbrink) 2: Bass = Axe (G. Elbrink) 3: Opium (A. Rüter / G. Elbrink) 4: fret_1 (G.Elbrink) 5: Didge (T. Halm / G. Elbrink) 6: Thumbs Up (G. Elbrink) 7: Ninja (A. Rüter / G. Elbrink) 8: Gentle Giants (D. Kooistra / G. Elbrink) 9: Bass Pack (G. Elbrink / Lyrics: Tried by 12 - East Flatbush Project) Equipment used: 2core PC running Ableton Live NI Komplete 6 Korg KP3 Behringer BCF 2000 Novation Launchpad Behringer FCB 1010 Alesis MK2 Speakers M-Audio Fasttrack Ultra
This is a Beta version. I've redone this track, which was originally reorded in the spring of 2010, since I was craving to create some new hip-hop stuff. Since I've also got a whole lot of other stuff dne by these guys, I figured I might as well do more than this one track... .... ?
With Andy on the Traktor, and Leisure-B on the KP 3, this mix satisfies all your dubstep needs.
Usselino originally created the video based on the Autechre track “Vose In”. After showing the video to Leisure, both gentleman figured that a change of tune might not be a bad idea. The audio work was then completely redone by using Ableton Live for the sequencing, and NI's Massive and Battery for instrumentation of the harmonies and rhythms. Stay tuned for presets of that.
Techno producer Andy Rüter got together with Leisure-B to explore the undiscovered realms of funky electronic music. On their quest, they created the Ninja, as well as this DJ mix, to support the upcoming "Shikomizue" EP. Tracklist: Crystalite - SiBegg Crystalite - Vent Crispy Crisp - Vent Computer Music - Opiuo Bear Crukn - Vent Slip - Opiuo Monkey Crunk - Opiuo King Prawn - Opiuo Itchy Feet - Vent Slip - Vent The Freaky Bean - Opiuo Forensic Lick - Opiuo
Short sequence of my liveset. This heavy D&B track combined with East Flatbush' "Tried By 12" acapella wakes the magic of the maniac.
This 40 minute set features parts of my tracks "My Black Horse", "Dünya Son" and "Eddy & Daddy". It was recorded in Amsterdam, 2006 at Studio80 (Rembrandsplein, Amsterdam). Starts easy, ends loud!
This set was recorded at the Mellow Gold performance in May 2006. It was a small occasion, so the set is funky, but laid back. 25 minutes a 22 MB.
This track is quite slow and dreamy. Some voice effects, some beats here and there, nothing sassy.
This is the sixth track from the cd "HumanWorkshop #1", by my personal self. The theme from the soundtrack is used, and hence "Theme Song Six". Hard big-beat.
The track composition itself was done in about 2-3 days with "Live", but it still took another 6 months to get it on-line. Slow sketchy breakbeat.
This is allready an older track, but still one of my personal favorites. A very long intro, but just wait untill the beat comes in.
I started to experiment a little with Ableton, and this is the first published result. Nice and happy BB tune.
Samples taken from the Akira soundtrack, mixed up by Leisure in Live. Short live set, about 4-5 minutes.
A new track, real nice & easy. It describes the way I feel about my black horse!
Leisure's entry for the AKANDA / Sonar Kollektiv remix competition, featuring a lot of samples from Forss' "Paradigm Shift". Lacking time, the track has not been properly mixed.
This track has been on my shelves for almost 2 years now, so I thought I'd just set it free! All keys played by Tim Vandell.
Another slow but heavy one. Thanks to a little help from Turkisch singer Chilled Bazooka, this one is guaranteed to bust all the clubs in Ankara!
This début of the combination Tonfilm / Leisure-B, aka B-Film, is a remix of Burnt Friedman's remix of Nine Horses' “The Banality of Evil”. Since the original remixed track was just screaming for a little beatwork, the boys decided to give it their best. After the remix comes a 3 minute Virus vs. Fast FX real-time jam in which the message is clarified with a little digital sound processing.
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