Yesterday a review of the new album of Random movement was featured on our blog and as I promised a review of the artist is coming up today as well. Random movement are certainly an inspiration for those who still follow drum n bass today. There is a long backstage discussion of the people from this blog the last months and an uncertainty if drum n bass remains a genre of electronic music in progress. By the way in any case it is not a bad idea if we continually feature some of the artists we consider essential for drum n bass at this blog.
Random movement started in 2002 as two people , contributing to drum n bass especialy the atmospheric one. Lets have a close look of their biography and official links of random movement for getting a clear idea bellow. The official website is coming soon and the address is randommovement.org. An awesome interview you can find at Kmag here and more music at random movement’s myspace here
- With tours that hit festivals and clubs spanning 4 continents, Random Movement’s DJ style is in high demand, taking you on a journey through the best of old and new Drum & Bass, touching on soulful, deep, uplifting and forward thinking music from top notch producers as well as up-and-coming new artists. His schedule has been filling up rather quickly these days due to his ongoing devotion to his newly launched podcast (available at http://www.randommovement.org), the Random Movement Radio show on Bassdrive.com, as well as writing and collaborations with such artists as S.P.Y, Mixmaster Doc, Redeyes & Marky, to name a few. With tracks already released on Bassbin, Innerground, Liquid V, CIA and Integral, his forthcoming album due on DJ Marky’s imprint has turned many heads to his unique skill at keeping that soulful, smooth and sleazy vibe in his songwriting and production. Be sure to keep an ear to the ground for his already lengthy list of remixes, singles and tour dates, as well as the Random Movement LP due in early 2010! Don’t miss it!