The Bleepography series returns with an in-depth look at the story behind the most celebrated bleep & bass record of all, LFO’s timeless debut single.
BLEEPOGRAPHY: 18 – FORGEMASTERS ‘TRACK WITH NO NAME’
The Bleepography returns after a short Easter break, with Matt Anniss focusing on the record that brought the world Warp Records, Forgemasters’ superb ‘Track With No Name’
BLEEPOGRAPHY: 17 – ORBITAL ‘OMEN’
In today’s edition of the ongoing Bleepography series, Matt Anniss looks at the wider influence of Bleep & Bass on British dance music and in particular Orbital’s often-overlooked take on the style, ‘Omen’
BLEEPOGRAPHY: 16 – UNIQUE 3 ‘THE THEME’
In our latest Bleepography article, Matt Anniss discusses the creation, influence and impact of Unique 3’s ‘The Theme’, the track that forged the Bleep & Bass blueprint…with the emphasis on “bass” When it comes to chronicling the story of how a sound and scene develops, it can often be the little moments that end up … Continue reading BLEEPOGRAPHY: 16 – UNIQUE 3 ‘THE THEME’
BLEEPOGRAPHY: 15 – INFAMIX ‘HYPNOTIC FX’
In our latest Bleepography entry, Matt Anniss profiles the debut single from Infamix, the East London techno twosome who would later become B12.
BLEEPOGRAPHY: 14 – KRUSH ‘JACK’S BACK’
In today’s Bleepography entry, Matt Anniss tries to answer a question posed to him by a number of readers: was Krush’s ‘Jack’s Back’ the first ‘proto-Bleep’ tune?