Taken from the digital version of Keramika, Brighton’s Hit and Hope label decided to give away the Naive Machine of the title track.
Looks like we have to revisit Robot Ramification one more time as Hit and Hope are giving away a b-side that didn’t make it on the release.
Brighton’s Hit and Hope label released the fantastic Robot Ramification EP in mid-August. As of this week, you can get the digital release which also includes this Pixelord remix.
Started as a group on last.fm in 2009, Mad-Hop has completed a compilation of 21 tracks from producers and beatsmiths worldwide.
Hit and Hope‘s very own Naive Machine is giving away a tune I’d like to share for you this weekend.
Brighton based Hit and Hope is a label to look out for, if you’re into 8-bit instrumental beats and deep moody dubstep.