- 1. Kamikaze Space Programme - Leyland Daf 45 (WNCL15) Out July 1st 2.00 3498 plays 128.0 BPM
- 2. Kamikaze Space Programme - Loose Change (WNCL15) Out 1st July 2.00 2344 plays 125.0 BPM
- 3. Kamikaze Space Programme - Battery (WNCL15) Out July 1st 2.00 3189 plays 126.0 BPM
- 4. Kamikaze Space Programme - Pyongyang (WNCL15) Out July 1st 2.14 2138 plays 128.0 BPM
Kamikaze Space Programme Golden Greats 11 tracks, 34.31 Kamikaze Space Programme on February 28, 2013 14:17
- 1. Kamikaze Space Programme - Green House 2.44 2527 plays 126.0 BPM
- 2. Kamikaze Space Programme - Herbert Shovel 3.00 2393 plays 125.0 BPM
- 3. Kamikaze Space Programme - Lawn 2.45 2567 plays 128.0 BPM
- 4. Kamikaze Space Programme - Yuri Gagarin 3.19 1897 plays 125.0 BPM
- 5. Kamikaze Space Programme - Anvil 2.45 2437 plays 127.0 BPM
- 6. Kamikaze Space Programme - Aqua (Free Download) 5.10 3778 plays 127.0 BPM
- 7. Kamikaze Space Programme - Minus 28 2.45 1256 plays 127.0 BPM
- 8. Komonazmuk, KSP & Bloodman - Chisel People 3.00 2136 plays 120.0 BPM
- 9. Kamikaze Space Programme - Ohm 3.00 2007 plays 125.0 BPM
- 10. Kamikaze Space Programme - Tuli 3.00 1801 plays 126.0 BPM
- 11. Kamikaze Space Programme - Cassini 3.00 1160 plays 126.0 BPM
Kamikaze Space Programme Remixes 4 tracks, 10.12 Kamikaze Space Programme on February 28, 2013 14:02
- Go to track Drums Of Death - Transistor Rhythm (Kamikaze Space Programme Remix) [Civil Music] Out Now1. Drums Of Death - Transistor Rhythm (Kamikaze Space Programme Remix) [Civil Music] Out Now 2.15 1811 plays 127.0 BPM
- 2. The Exaltics - Second Phases (Kamikaze Space Programme Remix) [Trust] Out Now 2.42 1332 plays 133.0 BPM
- 3. Paul Mac - Resident Problem (Kamikaze Space Programme Remix) [OUT NOW] 2.15 1375 plays 130.0 BPM
- 4. 1DERL& - Ray's House (Kamikaze Space Programme Remix) [Out Now] 3.00 1138 plays 124.0 BPM
Where else would hear bolero patterns played on a wood spoon to the breaking system of a Leyland Daf 45 Garbage truck? Kamikaze Space Programme walks the tightrope between the Musique Concrète ethos and modern electronic music. KSP's manifesto is based on Foley sound recordings techniques of sampling real world sounds to bring a sense of order amidst the chaos of everyday sounds. You are just as likely to hear the rhythm of a kitchen sink or a coin rattle alongside modern low frequency trickery. His music has taken him across the globe and these influences are only too apparent in the rhythms and textures of his music.
Chris started his professional music as a session musician which lead onto a career engineering at a recording studio in the mid 90's. Bursting onto the dance music scene as Drum & Bass producer Raiden in 2001, he would quickly cement his reputation as a DJ/producer by signing to the legendry Renegade Hardware label and dj residencies around the world soon followed. Always on a mission to bring the sound that occupies his mind he created his latest endeavour, something that would represent him with no compromises.......Kamikaze Space Programme.
Within the first year of creating Kamikaze Space Programme Chris worked hard at creating his own identity and as a result is earning a strong support network with major interesting brewing from top artists and labels as well as major festival appearances. KSP has released written Ep's for labels Deca Rhythm, Bob Bhrama’s West Norwood Cassette Library, Paul Mac's Tactical & and the legendry Trust label plus remixed artists such as Paul Mac, Aubrey, Exaltics, James Monro and Drums Of Death to name a few.
Artistically there is much more to come from KSP, as much as this an overused cliché, it's never been more applicable.........'in a sense this is only the beginning...you truly have to know where you came from in order to know where you’re going'.