- Release Date 2010-05-01
- Label Bad Pony
- Catalog BP006
Tone Depth's alter ego alias "Filth Silk" showcases his dirtier side. Providing the soundtrack to the underground, "Get Your Idea On" features Bad Pony artist "Van Ambre" giving insight into how she gets inspiration while trying to figure out if the mic is even fucking working. A break from Tone Depth's more polished sound "Filth Silk" lets Tone explore a more dirtier edge with a punk ethic while the sound bites are provided by a cast of characters. Expect to hear a lot more from "Filth Silk" on Bad Pony Records.
Disco Bum "Bring It"
Austin Chevron and Haus Powers choose to keep their real identities a secret as their plans for world domination via their project "Disco Bum" cannot be thwarted. It is a fight for survival at all costs and their debut track "Bring It" is a testament to the world that they are here, they are ready, and they are coming at you.
Tone Depth "Carnivàle"
Enter a twisted seaside carnival and take a trip down a rabbit hole of clowns, merry-go-rounds and ghosts towns. Feel the sea breeze carry you around the the ferris wheel as the sun comes down. Take a bite of cotton candy and listen to the carnies make their sounds. "Three shots for five, seven for ten. step right up, step right up!" they scream quite loud. You've paid to get in, but who knows when you're leaving.
Danny Roberts & James Garside "Dutch Courage"
Famous world explorers, Danny Roberts & James Garside, take foot into uncharted territory with this rainforest of sounds. Expect a dark jungle of atmosphere and a low end groove that covers the forest floor. Somehow the explorers escaped the forests' grip psychically unharmed yet were only able to speak in tongues. Their current whereabouts are unknown.
Bobby Savage "Hippopotamus"
Professional Wrestler and part time music producer "Bobby Savage" whips up this dark twisted techno piece in between bouts in the ring. "The ring is where I get my agression out, and the studio is where I take time to express it" Bobby Savage 2010
Fady Ferraye & Dj Tim "Blue World"
Famous ancient merchants, DJ Tim & Fady Ferraye, once monopolized the main trade routes around what was known as the blue world. They travelled in grand sailing vessels said to have carried thousands of pounds of precious metals and spices. They were also know to have written music and many of their scrolls have been discovered recently, including this piece, named after land in which they built their empire.