D – Program – Tales From The City (TSCD001)

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D " Program " Tales From The City  (TSCD001) " Techsupport Rec. / Bass-Star Rec (Geomagnetic.tv)
Title:      Tales From The City   
Artist:      D " Program   
Label:      Tech Support Rec. / Geo-BasStar   
Catalogue:   TSCD001   
Format:   4 Panel Jewel Case Audio CD   
Barcode:   881034378118   
Release:   May 2010  World Wide

1. Horizon
2. Blood Sweat Tears
3. Samuel Colt
4. The Last Balloon
5. Drug War
6. These Sounds
7. Peaking
8. The Shit
9. Gangstaz Waltz
10. The Drama
11. Culture Shock
12. The Kush


Tales From The City is D-Program's debut album, documenting a blazingly vivid audio awakening of his life growing up in the hot bed of international dubstep and electronic talent, the San Fran Bay Area.  12 unforgettable and hypnotic and instrumental tracks bounce from new school dubstep, to melodic glitch hop, from funky trip hop to down tempo and experimental soundscapes. Dance floor rollers such as These Sounds and Peaking please the heavy bass crowd, while Blood Sweat and Tears, and Horizon appeal to the more tech sophisticated listener. The Sh*t, and the drama, both a little more fusion oriented with a hip hop slash rock crossover feel.  Most astute Dubstep Djs will recall D-Programs hit debut “The Traveler” back in 2007 released with Full Melt Recordings now legendary seminal release: “Bay Area Dub Step Volume 01”. Now after blazing out hit singles like “Gangsta” he comes back with the first complete album by artist D-Program and the debut release for Tech Support Recordings.  D-Program " Grew up first in the great Sierra Nevada's of the Western US.  By his teenage years he ventured just west to the greatest city in the world.  San Francisco the city of expectations, dreams of prosperity and a spiritual center of the earth.  Here D-Program grew as an artist and evolved from simply being a DJ to working with outboard analog synths and the latest software, to create complex melodic audio collages, taking today’s most popular forms of break-beat influenced bass music and breaking all the rules in each genre. Tech Support Recordings " The west coasts newest tribal representative of breaks and heavy bass music.  TSR teams up with Geomagnetic's latest sublabel, Bass Star Records and together represents the new sound of dubstep/glitch-hop/trip-hop/broken beat/drum and bass/experimental and beyond.  TSRs mission is to push the envelope as far as possible not limiting ourselves by genre, geography, or bpm, TSR is about one type of music alone - quality music. Stay tuned for more singles like the debut "Gangsta" dropping like mad!

Artist Profile:  www.myspace.com/deeprogram | www.virb.com/dprogram

Techsupport Records The west coasts newest tribal representative of dubstep, breaks and heavy bass music and beyond.  TSRs mission is to push the envelope as far as possible not limiting ourselves by genre, geography, or bpm, TSR is about one type of music alone - quality music. Booking: Mobile USA+1-415-699-4517. deeprogram@gmail.com

BasStar Records formed in summer of 2007 and is focused primarily on breaks, dub step, electro house and down tekno grooves. Expect lots of wild unpredictable new cuts coming from this phatty side project from Geomagnetic Records Label Group. www.geomagnetic.tv

Geomagnetic.tv was established in the summer of 2001. Their first major international release is the legendary DVD project “MAGNUS”. Since then they have added tons of artists and have multitudes of projects in the works. Based in San Francisco and focusing mostly on visual and music related projects, you can expect to see lots more cutting edge releases on the way from this award winning crew! Geomagnetic.tv was started by Spook one of the founders of the prominent San Francisco 3D FX and Multimedia boutique known as Minds Eye Media (est.1995).   www.mindseyemedia.com


Artwork: Theorem aka Chris Olerich
Mastered @ CounterW8, San Francisco, CA
Distribution by Psyshop / Geomagnetic
  (p) and © Geomagnetic.tv / Tech Support Records
Streaming audio previews and Hi-Res art online.


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