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"Future Visions" By the Blotnik Brothers for Satamile Rec.

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    The Blotnik Brothers

    This Swedish trio are blazing a path into the future with oldskool, nuskool, floor burning electro-breaks tunes. Sounding out all the way from Malmo, Sweden
    get ready for some of the most well produced , new and interesting electro to come around for a long time. The Blotnik Brothers make it look easy, think Chemical Brothers producing straight up electro , with tracks such as "Ergo" licensed by the likes of Dave Clark for his World Tour 2 LP. What makes the Blotniks so special is their sound, its theirs to own and the invivible skill at which they present it to the listener. They occupy a dark and at times warm , optomistic sonic wunderland full of fantasy and mystique, story tellers by their own right. After their firs two ep's on Satamile we are proud to present their first LP "Mizuage"a masterpiece of rythmic , tonal variation that makes its mark on the world. Allready "Mizuage" is charting nu 15 in the National College Radio charts for rpm (electronica). Surrounded by major labels this is a astonishing accomplishment.
    The Blotnik Brothers are three friends that started recording and working together several years ago in Malmo, Sweden, Martin, Roberto, and Patrick. Each one has specific task in production. Roberto is really the head technician, Patrick writes and does the vocals while Martin helps with production and gives informative esthetic insight. All three are very creative with their talenst focused in different areas but converging together to produce the Blotnik Brothers. Its quite rare to find three artist

    Outburn Magazine Review:
    Evil Break-Dance music: The Blotnik Brothers "Mizuage", is the kind of album you'd expect to hear blasting out of a Decepticon Night Club on the planet of Cybertron, assuming such a place even existed in the first place. This trio of Swedes (who incidently, arent actually brothers at all) make dark, hard hitting electro that sounds like it came from another planet, the kind of planet either inhabited by intelligent robots or aliens who grew up listening to intercepted transmissions of Kraftwerk, Africa Bambata, and 90's EBM. Blending old school hip-hop, neo-electro, acid breaks, and modern EBM, the Blotnik Brothers have created a dark and dirty album that bumps and booms with menacing bass stabs, funky breaks, and evil robot vocals. There is very little filler to be found on this 11 track outing, and electro Dj's can pretty much pick and choose what they want to play from this release since about every cut is a surefire floor filler. Even EBM dj's might come across a few gems as well, like the menacing "Dont Worry You Won't Dissolve", which sound like it could have come off the latest Headscan release. Its no surprise that New Yorks Satamile Records picked up on this trio, since the label seems to have the market cornered on outstanding electro at the moment.

    The Hacker – “Like Masheen Song”
    Tayo (The End/Kiss 100) – “Uranium Angels is wicked”
    DJ Hyper – “Love it”
    Ade Fenton (Advanced/Atomic Jam) – “Uranium Angels is my favourite track. Greta snare drum!”
    Xander (Romp) – “A quality slab of beastly electobass business!”
    Freddy Fresh – “Ergo is excellent”
    Dan Moore (Superconductor) – “Awesome stuff from a great label. Will definitely play it out, especially Elapse Current Loop” (Will Chart)
    Crosstown Rebels – “Blotnik is cool”
    Mat Carter (Checkpoint Charlie) – “A cracking release”

    Released by: Satamile
    Release/catalogue number: Sat.036
    Release date: Jan 1, 2007
    ISRC: US-CTC-07-36010

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