top of page

LGTWO Search 

325 items found for ""

Other Pages (188)

  • Lets Get The Word Out | LGTWO

    FEATURED PLAYLIST No upcoming events at the moment Bad Haz Techno Review 006 - Harðr - Peter Harich 204 0 12 likes. Post not marked as liked 12 Lets Get The Word Out About Lets Prepare For Survival By People Of The Parallel 49 0 11 likes. Post not marked as liked 11 Lets Get The Word Out about Werk by Charley Young and People Of The Parallel 42 0 9 likes. Post not marked as liked 9 JOIN THE MAILING LIST AND STAY TUNED! SEND Thanks for submitting!

  • LGTWO Playlists, Playlists, LGTWO MusicLGTWO Hip-Hop

    LGTWO Hip-Hop Follow The Drop Follow Fresh Off The Press Follow LGTWO Mixing & Mastering Follow This Is Hip Hop Follow Superstar Spectacular Follow LGTWO Follow This Is Dubstep Follow

  • The River Dragon

    The River Dragon Share Click image to listen Husayn “Puge” Ruhe is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, voice over actor and producer based out of New Orleans. Born in Nashville TN, Husayn (affectionately called "Puge" by his friends and family) has been involved with music since childhood. A professionally trained audio engineer and prolific song writer, he has a unique understanding of both writing and producing quality music. He was a founding member of the NYC blues outfit Juneteenth. Currently his projects include Nada Sadhana, The River Dragon and Wolven Cub Sorcery. John Burnett Jr. hails from Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. A self-taught 5-string electric bassist, he is a founding member of The River Dragon and brings a Delta Southern greasiness to the rhythm section that is both undeniable and engaging . He is also a founding member of the Hip Hop outfit Gumbo. Warren Coker is a native New Orleans multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and composer. He is a decade long veteran of the local music scene with a wide range of styles including blues, reggae, funk, metal, and psych rock playing in an array of bands such as Tattered Rabbit, First Fracture, and A Paradox Theory.

View All

Blog Posts (73)

  • Bad Haz Techno Review 006 - Harðr - Peter Harich

    Welcome to our sixth Bad Haz Techno track review with a new team of guest reviewers from the techno community - Hegstraction, Andrew Saitta, Mike Spinx, Jerdie, & Seoul Aes Sedai. This month we are reviewing Peter Harich's latest release, Harðr, which is also the debut release on our very own Bad Haz Techno label. This track broke into the Beatport Hype Top 100 Techno (Peak Time / Driving) chart reaching a high of 39th in January 2023. A DJ & Producer from Sweden, Peter Harich has previously released tracks with Magnetfeld Records, Electronic Alliance Records, Zafrica Music, DeepDownDirty, as well as independently: "Harðr was supposed to be part of a collection of tracks inspired by the raw nature of Scandinavia - granite rocks, brooks and woodland forests. I completed around 8-9 tracks, but Harðr stood out from the rest, making it hard to release the others; they are still in my vault of uncompleted tracks. It took me around 2 weeks to complete. The most challenging part of the track was creating the melody synth part in the break; it had to be very subtle to not compete with the voice and bass. The kick is my favourite part of the track; I always make my own kicks, and I try to outdo myself on every track I make." You can play the track here as you read the review: Hegstraction is a minimal & techno producer from the UK & also runs Bad Haz Techno - "When I was choosing this track for the debut release on the Bad Haz Techno label from the selection Peter sent me, I instantly knew this was the one after hearing the intro; I think of the Bad Haz style as quite dark with hard edges, and this was a great fit. That combination of dirty bass synth with the subtle echo synth grips my interest from very early on. Peter's put a lot of work into his kicks over the last few years, and he's really done well in creating a signature hardness; this one also has some grittiness to it that goes so well with the bass synths. Really, you could loop that intro, and I'd be pretty happy, haha, but the track progresses nicely, introducing the melody in a subtle way before expanding & becoming a more focal point of the track. The melodies combined with the darker elements, for me create an exciting, mysterious, futuristic, sci-fi feel, hinting at hope & positivity coexisting in a dangerous environment." Andrew Saitta is an Italian DJ & Producer from Rome (his 6-track EP, Inner, was one of our top picks from 2022): "I really enjoyed this track; a nice dirty groove that you never get tired of. The kick and bass lines create a very pleasant distorted atmosphere; the artist was good at saturating the sounds a lot without creating confusion, giving a solid and pleasant character to the overall sound of the track. The melodic line has the important task of balancing this high energy, and does it very well; it also increases the spatiality of the track. I also like the drums, which are a bit dark and not harsh at all. I think that sometimes they are not very present in the mix, maybe an additional parallel treatment would have given it more solidity. The mix sounds very good; there are so many different sounds, but the artist has managed to create space for all of them. There is a lot of definition on the high and medium frequencies; maybe I would have pushed the lows a little more to emphasize the already powerful groove even more. I love the contrast between the distorted atmosphere created by the kick and bass, and the melodic lead. Congratulations to the artist; he really created a nice particular sound that captured me from the first moment." Mike Spinx is a UK based DJ, Producer (specialising in driving melodic techno) & Spotify playlist curator: "Harðr is a power debut track for the Bad Haz Techno label. Energetic from the get go with a heavy kick and pure bassline, I personally love the melodic elements, which give the track a great balance and a lovely contrast from the powerful synth stabs punching through the track and giving it its character. Great debut release, and I look forward to what else is to come from this label." Jerdie is a DJ & Producer from the US; she has a quickly growing YouTube channel featuring weekly live sets of techno sub-genres, thoughtfully crafted with great visuals & track selection: "One of the first sound design techniques I learned that excited me was the rumble kick, and this is satisfyingly crunchy. Nice use of saturation and distortion to keep a dark feeling while still sounding clean overall. The variation in different synth sounds adds a nice progression alongside the pleasantly repetitious percussion elements. I especially enjoyed the refreshing breakdown at around 2 minutes that adds a nice airy atmosphere in contrast to the dark mood of the rest of the track. I think this is a techno adventure that clubgoers will get lost in." Seoul Aes Sedai is our resident techno super fan with a vast knowledge & experience of techno music, lifestyle & culture: "The heavy beat and initial industrial noises immediately pulled me in. The lighter melody later on brings a nice contrast to uplift listeners. When the bass leaves, it sounds a bit trancey, which could work great in a club, though personally I'd prefer to hear a bit more of the noises and harder stuff from the beginning. The ending makes me feel like I'm witnessing the sunrise - very emotive. Great track worth listening to on repeat." Many thanks to all of our guest reviewers! You can find Harðr on the following links: Beatport Junodownload Traxsource Spotify, Apple, YouTube, etc. You can also find Peter Harich on social media: Instagram Facebook Twitter Thank you for supporting Bad Haz Techno, and we look forward to bringing you more techno blog post track reviews in 2023.

  • Lets Get The Word Out About Lets Prepare For Survival By People Of The Parallel

    Lets Prepare For Survival is a stylish assortment of sharp, edgy, and heavy sounds from the past that magically found their place in the future. People Of The Parallel manages to take the Electronic music genre known as Dubstep into the realms of philosophy to tell a remarkable and unforgettable story with sound. Lets Prepare For Survival is motivational, uplifting, and powerful. Cinematic qualities with plenty of twists and turns. Not so much party music, it's more along the IDM (Intelligent Dance Music) side of things. Overall, I would have to say they did a great job of capturing the champion vibe. Lets Prepare For Survival Credits Main Artist • People Of The Parallel Composer/Producer/Mix/Master • Justin Michael Tallman Label • LGTWO

  • Lets Get The Word Out about Werk by Charley Young and People Of The Parallel

    Charley Young and People Of The Parallel are no strangers when it comes to producing solid all-around straight-up electronic classics. What makes something fall into the category of classic one might question. Well in my opinion classic conveys something remarkable that no one has ever heard before. It could represent one specific thing that really stuck out or an amalgamation of the many things done well in a song. Werk falls into the amalgamation of the many things classic category. Genre-bending and experimental in its very nature but still familiar, and one would have to declare, lives in the electronic domain of things. Segue to the added bonus is one of the most legit music videos in the independent scene this year alongside Run Away, I Told You, and Je Te Veux. A music video just adds more pizzazz to a new release. Charley Young does a fantastic job of this and as I have said in the past, she is no stranger to hitting home runs consistently. Overall Werk is a powerful EDM track with intense driving build-ups and glitched vocals comparable to trance music but more like progressive house music. Werk Credits Main Artist • Charley Young, People Of The Parallel Lyricist/Vocals • Mary Charlene Young Producer/Composer/Mix/Master • Justin Michael Tallman Tracking Engineer Vocals • Fabio Arauz Cinematographer • Emilia Mendieta Córdova Label • Charley Girl

View All

Services (5)

  • Audio Restoration

    Removal of imperfections from sound recordings. Such as hiss, impulse noise, crackle, wow, flutter, background noise, and mains hum.

  • Vocal And Instrument Tuning

    Vocal correction and or instrument correction in the highness or lowness in the pitch of an audio signal so that all pitches will be notes that will correlate with the key of the song.

  • Mixing & Mastering

    We will process, optimize and combine the audio recordings into a final mono, stereo, or surround sound product.

View All
bottom of page