CTRL SHIFT DEFEAT returns with the second bruising chapter from his narrative-based techno series — and the latest is a proper gut-buster. ‘Shamam Balagan’ sees Yonatan Rukhman on dubby techno tip as the Israeli techno don crafts a trippy cut that’s primed to do some serious dancefloor damage. Alongside each track, Rukhman presents a new […]
* Balagan – Yiddish word for chaos, disorder.
Ron and Micha were walking on Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv.
Micha was excited: “We’ve made some good numbers on the last Engagement Room session, three thousand users watching the feed live, a shit load of comments and interactions… more than a hundred requests for the next session…,” he wiped the sweat off his forehead.
Track number 2 from my debut EP under the alias CTRL SHIFT DEFEAT has been getting some love worldwide. Check out these features for this low rumble acid driven downtempo tune:
CTRL SHIFT DEFEAT is a musical project connected with the plot of a science fiction story. In this first release, dark sub bass movements and hypnotic synths form a downtempo introduction. Hear it below. I just love this because it combines my two favourite things in the world. Music and reading. So while you enjoy… Read more »
“In my opinion, Last Take on Never is your best song,” Brandon said. “Definitely my favourite…,” he smiled and moved anxiously in his chair. Ron stared at him, still gaining familiarity with his surroundings.
They were seven people sitting somewhere in the Chihuahuan desert. Ron was in the middle and the others sat in a half circle in front of him. The scenario was quite typical, hilly and cactus-strewn. “Were those San Pedros?” Ron wondered. As they were in this desolate location, Ron felt amused at the thought of a white camper storming out of nowhere, with Walter White jumping out wearing a gas mask… not going to happen. Continue reading