Dog Blood Releases Full Techno Set from Monegros Festival
It's official — the superduo of Dog Blood are back. While Skrillex has been busy with his other superduo alongside Diplo, Jack U, it seems that he is linking back up with Boys Noize for a bit. Fresh off the announcement that Dog Blood would be performing at this year's Movement Festival in Detroit, they have released a full set from Monegros Festival in Spain, which fans can download for free.
This set comes with the techno flavor that fans of Dog Blood love. The duo have been known for heavier, more electro-infused sets. However, this 7AM set appropriately supplies the underground vibe that define those long nights of clubbing into the early hours of the morning.
This set is included in the BitTorrent that celebrates the 10-year anniversary of Boys Noize's own Boys Noize Records imprint. Titled “3650 Days of Noize,” this downloadable package is a massive gifting of classic, live and unreleased material. Packing in over five hours of music, the bundle also includes two new tracks from Boys Noize (“Brain Frequent” and “Dawnload”), a live Boys Noize set from Tokyo, an unreleased Boys Noize remix of Jackson and his Computerband’s track, “Arp #1,” two unreleased SCNTST tracks (“Punk01” and “Beat03”), and a curated selection of 25 songs, the best of BNR classics. Visual assets include a Dog Blood drawing, a collage of BNR album artwork from the past 10 years, and the BNR10YR logo designed by BNR’s long-time designer, Paul Snowden.