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 2/25/2006
1."Together" Sapphirecut (16B Remix) Twisted records
2."Tracking Treasure Down" Gabriel and Dresden ft. Molly Bancroft Ultra records
3."This Time" Q Burns Abstract Messagae ft. Lisa Shaw(Grumptronix EQ S25 Vocal Mix) from Three:Hallucienda Systems Recordings
4."Blow My Mind" Probspot Micah Remix Lost Lanquage
5."De Mona Dei" Casa Flava Paul Oakenfold's Great Wall CD A&E records
6."All I Want" Kirsty Hawkshaw with Hybrid from her album Metamessage Nettwerk
7."Lately" Airbisquit (Riley and Durrant Mix)from Ferry Corsten's passport to the Netherlands Thrive records
8."2Day" Ronski Speed Thrive records
9."Without You" Dogzilla from Ferry Corsten's passport to the Netherlands Thrive records
10."Devil's Fuel" Timo Maas ft. Marc James and Anthony Tumbling Jr. A&E records
11."Whatever" Ferry Costen ft. Blah Blah from his Right of Way CD Tsunanmi
12."Sorry" Madonna Guitar Remix Warner Brothers
13."Humming Chorus" William Orbit from his new CD "Hello Waveforms"
14."Resurrection" PPK from Paul Oakenfolds CD "The Club" Thrive Records
1."Supernova" Mashtronic Original Mix Sexonwax Records
2."Cloudbrake" Phil K & Habersham(Oliver Moldan Mix) www.therapymusic.co.uk
3."Finding Time" Stel Flat Elliot(Alternate Mix)www.therapymusic.co.uk
4."Forbdden Fruit" Paul Van Dyk Vandit Records
5.Interview with Tommy Pulse -Stealth Industry records
a)"Redemption"-Radioedit Tommy Pulse
b)"Pirates Melody Mix" Tommy Pulse & Faust
c)"Creep" Tommy Pulse
6."Everything U' Superchumbo Alex Santer remix Twisted records
7."No Way Out" Highland (Acid rockers and George Thompson Remix www.therapymusic.co.uk
8."This is New York" Gareth Emery and Lange Fiveam Records
9."Mr. Horowitz' Chris Udoh
10."Down" Theory In Motion www.myspace.com/theoryinmotion
Show from the Week of 2/25/2006
While the establishment governs the Hardtrance/Harddance scene of today, the future is definitely in the hands of Bas Tichelaar (1978), also known as the Dutch producer and DJ Tommy Pulse.
As different alter ego’s like Virus, R.B.A., Medicine Men, Lazy Jones, Headz Up, Stone Cold and several other names he is releasing records for several years now and every single one of them is creating an impact like a sledgehammer blow. The mere foundations of clubs worldwide suffered from the heavy bass and energy that are enclosed in his striking productions. As a fervent partygoer he knows what pleases the public. In 1995, the Amsterdam born is just seventeen when his first Hardcore record is released by ID&T. It gets mayor airtime and soon two releases followed on the Masters of Hardcore label. Together with 2 friends he combines forces as the R.B.A. project and several R.B.A. releases are born. A video clip was shot with the first single ‘No Alternative’ and it provides them with several important performances in Germany and Switzerland. The track is also very popular in Holland and besides performing with the act R.B.A. he plays live as the hardcore act ‘Virus’ at gigantic parties like Thunderdome, Hellraiser and Speedrazor.
Of course Tichelaar is not only active in the Hardcore scene. He keeps himself busy with several other projects. He comes into contact with Ferry Corstens’ company Purple Eye Entertainment and delivers several records as producer and remixer. In addition he works as a producer and remixer for Warner Music and Q-Dance and he co-produces for DJ Astrid. In 2002 he starts a new harddance label called Stealth Industries. In 2003 the 3rd release on this label (Land of the Lost) was released among tracks of artist like Dana, Luna, Don Diablo, G&M Project and Marcel Woods on Sensations’ Black Edition cd. And if that’s not enough, he started a company (TP Works) in which he creates and develops softsynth plugins for use with the music program Cubase.
In the mean time Tichelaar almost lost count on behalf of the huge flow of releases. As a producer and remixer he earned his merits in the Hardcore scene at a very young age, nowadays he is a huge asset for the Hardtrance/Harddance scene. He plans to be the same asset as a DJ. To boost up his career and to let the public know who he is, he will release upcoming records almost exclusively as Tommy Pulse and he will freeze the rest of his alter ego’s for a while.
The credo of Tommy Pulse is: “Attract attention by following my heart in music. When I stand behind my own work I will earn respect and appreciation.”
Check for more information: www.tommypulse.nl / www.stind.nl / www.tpworks.nl