Soundfront Underground Radio Program.
Soundfront Underground is a 2 hour electronic radio program which travels in available FM/internet airspace currently reaching 3 million listeners and growing. It is a public service for the global community with interviews of artists/DJ/Producers in each hour and a mix of a variety of dance music.
Sapphirecut is not a PR company and does not charge or discriminate on this show. A wide variety of sounds have been included to date from Ferry Corsten, James Holden, Steve Porter, Omid 16B, Chris Fortier, Frankie Bones, Infusion, Kirsty Hawkshaw, Tom Stefan, Gemini Wolf, Pole Folder, King Britt, John Bourke, The Kandywhales, Justin Paul, Saeed Younan, Murray Richardson, Behrouz, Solvent, Gavin Keitel, Geogg Gains, Pete Moss, Nigel Richards, etc ...it is about bringing the sound Together.
Week of 12/24/2005
Interview with Chris McNaughty in the mid portion of this hour.
1."Together" Sapphirecut(16BRemix) Twisted records
2."Without You Near" Markus Schultz w/Cold Harbour from his new CD of the same title Ultra records
3."When the Rush Comes" Motorcycle feat Jes(Gabriel and Dresden Mix)
4."Inside Out" from Second Sun from their Inside Out CD Systems recordings
5."I'd Say Yes" Pornorama feat. Leleiwa(Sapphirecut remix)Illustrious Records
6."Whatever" Ferry Corsten, K.Hunter&B.Lefler with vocal Blah Blah produced by N.Nitzer and A.Brackhyse from Ferry Corsten's CD "Right of Way" Tsuanmi
7.Interview with Chris McNaughty(Naudio) and a)State of Affairs b)Slightly Unhinged c)Mitalect d)The Echo Game www.naudio.com
8."Kiss You" Nadia Ali (Peter Bailey Club Mix)Ultra records
9."Ocean Rain" by Elevation on Armin Van Buuren's A State Of Trance 2005
10."Hye Drama" Timo Maas Feat N. Churry and Jokate Benson A&E records
11."Better World" Infusion (Adam Freeland Mix)
from double pack Infusion CD Thrive records
12."Live It Up'Sapphirecut from the "Archives of Sound" CD OSP
13."Mellodrama" George Acosta(Gareth Emery Remix)
1."Other Side"(with pete lorimer) from D:fuse's CD "Begin" Systems Recordings
2."Get a Room" Rosko ( produced by Rosko,Lance Jordan, Gabriel and Dresden) Dusk recordings
3."Surreal" K Roxx(Trafik Remix) from Dave Seaman Presents Audiotherapy(www.therapymusic.co.uk
4."Fearless" Bravery (Richard Vission Edit) Island Records
5."Lift me Up" Moby (Mylo Remix) V2 Records
6."Southern Charge" Reverse Communter from Halluciation presents Three hallucienda Systems Recordings
7.Interview with Culprit One (www.culpritone.com)
a)No Need To Ask b)Electric Shock c)"Superstar" Melanie C(Spicegirl) Culpritone Remix
8."Bent" Micah from Balance oo7 Mixed by Chris fortier EQ Recordings
9."Fluffer Nutter" Steve Porter FDS records
10."Sunspirit" 21st Century Fux Mike Morales Hot Mix Inversus Ltd.
11."Forge" Bedrock(Tim Fretwell mix) from John Digweed DJ Sessions released digitally by Ingrooves and Bedrock
12."Stranger" Aaron Carl (Inbetween Dub) Wallshaker music
Show from the Week of 12/24/2005
Chris McNaughton alias Naudio
Chris McNaughty has played all over NYC in the past five years expressing himself through techy house sounds. His fierce blends and innovative programming works dance floors into a frenzy when he steps behind the decks. Not only a great DJ, Chris is also a talented audio engineer, sound designer, and composer at Penny Lane Studios in the Flatiron District of New York City. His recent studio work is definitely expected to kick off this local favorite’s career in production.
The new tracks that Chris has been producing under the moniker “naudio” have begun to sweep dancefloors with a deep driving atmospheric journey. Look out for new tracks Mitalect, Title Goes Here, The Echo Game, Slightly Unhinged, M2, and more in the works. Currently focusing on production and in talks with labels, Chris is poised to make his move…watch out.
A few individuals have acquired unreleased tracks from Chris only to respond :
“The Echo Game plays on Soundfront underground this week...what a great track ...that makes my legs, buns and arms move around the room. Love that music”
“Title Goes Here is on my short list”
“M2 : housey, trippy, and then you go acidy - me likes alot. Some very nice pad work in there, and some very well done edits. Mitalect : dirty, slightly minimial electro - something I'd hear come out of the Little Mike/Ty Tek camp. Title Goes Here: dubby, nasty electro - i love the pitch bends, very well programmed.”
- David Josephs
Affiliations : naudio recordings, minimal wage, rhythmic nyc
Electronic guru Culprit One makes orchestrated hip-hop-sampling symphonies.
In July 2003 he released his debut on Boobytrap Records, a label that recently earned the title “Greatest Singles Club in the World” from Rolling Stone magazine. What I Use picked up praise across the nation, with plays from Steve Lamacq, Colin Murray, Eddy Temple-Morris and the like.
In March the following year, Culprit One played America’s legendary South by Southwest event, getting the nod from Zane Lowe as one of the few electronic acts at the festival. Handy - as a week later saw the release of the Aqoon Guud EP, which gained support on the wireless from the aforementioned Zane and a certain Mr. Pete Tong.
That summer, Culp played a storming set at the sold-out Green Man Festival, before performing at other events alongside fellow dance pals Bonobo, Blue States, Grand National, High Contrast, Fabio and Mylo.
Suitably impressed punk noiseniks The Martini Henry Rifles subsequently asked Culprit One to remix the new single from their debut album. Slash The Seats picked up plays on Zane Lowe’s show a few weeks ahead of Culprit's next own release No Need To Ask (nailed by both Steve Lamacq and Huw Stephens on BBC Radio 1).
Following the success of No Need to Ask, Culprit One delivered two bizarre official remixes for Melanie C’s top ten smash hit Next Best Superstar.
The debut Culprit One album Electric State was completed in July 2005 - just in time for his signing to the Primary Talent International live agency, where Culp will be joining a roster of fellow dance luminaries such as Basement Jaxx, The Streets, Lemon Jelly and Daft Punk.
“This wunderkind finds it all a little too easy. Those awaiting dance music's death rattle may have to wait a while longer.”
"I've had my eye on this boy for a while now...like the bastard son of Orbital and RJD2..."
Eddy Temple-Morris, XFM
"The DJ Shadow of Wales"
Annie Mac, BBC Radio One
"Culprit One is an impressive incarnation; a mix of cosmic Warp-style acid house, dramatic DJ Shadow drum crashes and silky future-funk."
Huw Stephens, BBC Radio One
Contact James: 07743 553472 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.culpritone.com