The forth episode of Black Rhino Mix Sessions is coming from the Romanian producer and Dj, Brusten. With an extensive knowledge of electronic music, Brusten prepared a mix that combines electronica, techno and drum and bass.
Brusten released music on labels such as Modular Carnage, Syndrome Audio, Fragmented audio, Kinetik and Monochrome Recordings. In parallel with Djing and making music, he started B:pressure nights alongisde the infamous AnonimTM. These events are scheduled monthly and covers all the Drum & Bass spectrum.
If you are in Bucharest on the 24th of May be sure to check in for the spring session of B:pressure, if not you can tune in on Brusten's Facebook page for the live stream.
OAKE - Nihnin Ned Bargund
Ancestral Voices - Arachnae
Ancestral Voices - La Purga
Goth-Trad - Weapons of Society
Homemade Weapons - Spasmolytic (Ancestral Voices Remix)
Brusten & Dyl - Unreleased (Homemade Weapons Remix)
FIS - CE Visions
Ena + Shins-K - Mittellinie
Eusebeia - Unreleased
Flxk1 & DB1 - A1
DB1 - B1
Broken Promise - Unreleased
CJ Weaver - Roof of the World
Second Storey - Wherever You May Be (Or:la Remix)
Owl - Unreleased
Kevin McPhee - Outs
JK Flesh & Prurient - Obedient Automaton
Killawatt - Mate Choice
Second Storey - No Such Location (Marcel Dettmann Positive Remix)
VSK - Kernel Panic
Raime - Stammer
Owl - Unreleased
Ourea - Adamantine Sickle
N/A - N/A
Techno Animal - Freak Fucker
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