Sasha - Fundacion NYC download free

Sasha - Fundacion NYC download free

Genre: Electronic
Performer: Sasha
Album: Fundacion NYC
Country: UK
Released: 2005
Style: Progressive House, House, Electro, Deep House, Tech House
MP3 version ZIP size: 1872 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1923 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1490 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 513

Fundacion NYC is a mix album by Welsh DJ Sasha. The album is recorded using the Ableton Live software and the album bears the name of his monthly residency nights in New York and Los Angeles. Badger - "Rise of the Machine" – 2:59. Adam Johnson - "Four Squares" – 5:25. Swayzak - "Another Way" (Richard Davies Mix) – 6:36. Beanfield - "Tides" featuring Bajka (C’s Movement (Carl Craig Remix) – 6:36. Kosmas Epsilon - "Innocent Thoughts" (Stel Remix) – 2:17. Funk Da Void - "All That Matters" – 1:06.

Fundacion NYC. Critic Score.

Sasha is pleased with the album, and plans to make a series of Fundacion albums. The next year, Sasha released 10,000 copies of a June 2006 DJ set for sale using Instant Live, making him the first DJ to use Instant. Though frequent performing kept them apart for several years, Sasha and Digweed announced that they would reunite for a few Australian performances. In November 2006, the duo performed at several venues, including Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne as well as numerous tour dates throughout 2007. In 2008, Sasha and Digweed kicked off an American tour with a performance at the Winter Music.

Sasha (DJ) - Not to be confused with Sasha (deejay).

Great Album, First time I listen to it. Been listening to Sasha for years but this album is TOP. 2018 and still sounds FUTURE. dr dree Hace 10 meses. just flicked to that album. enjoying it more than his 'at the controls' set. the artwork is bang on. i was at a different head 'space' to the time lo. good shout Alexander :D. Alexander Narine Hace un año. Not sure if you heard his 2013 opus The Inheritors, but the climax of that artist album, Blackpool Late Eighties, is a track that arguably represents all humanity for all time


Badger Rise Of The Machine 2:59
Adam Johnson Four Squares 5:25
Swayzak Another Way (Richard Davis Mix) 6:36
Beanfield Tides (C's Movement #1) (Carl Craig Remix) 6:36
Kosmas Epsilon Innocent Thoughts (Stel Remix) 2:17
Funk Da Void* All That Matters 1:06
Closer Musik One, Two, Three (Ewan Pearson Remix) 1:18
Phonique 99 & A Half (I:Cube Remix) 3:25
Holden* & Thompson* Come To Me (Last Version) 3:58
Holden* & Thompson* Come To Me (Club Mix) 7:06
M.A.N.D.Y. Jah 2:17
Playgroup Behind The Wheel (DJ-Kicks Electroca$h Mix) 4:41
Freeform Five Electromagnetic (Tiefschwarz Dub) 4:49
Closer Musik One, Two, Three (Ewan Pearson Remix) 1:16
André Kraml Safari (James Holden Remix) 6:35
Freaky Chakra Blacklight Fantasy 5:27
Goldfrapp Strict Machine (We Are Glitter Mix) 5:08
M83 Don't Save Us From The Flames (Superpitcher Remix) 6:07


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GUFUN001CD Sasha Fundacion NYC ‎(CD, Comp, Mixed) Global Underground GUFUN001CD UK 2005
GUFUN001VIN Sasha Fundacion NYC ‎(3x12", Comp, Ltd) Global Underground GUFUN001VIN UK 2005
GUFUN001CDX Sasha Fundacion NYC ‎(CD, Comp, Ltd, Mixed) Global Underground GUFUN001CDX UK 2005
GUFUN001CDRET Sasha Fundacion NYC ‎(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Global Underground GUFUN001CDRET UK 2005
GUFUN001CDPROMO Sasha Fundacion NYC ‎(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Global Underground GUFUN001CDPROMO UK 2005

Sasha Fundacion NYC Brilliant wizardly mix from Sasha with his one only magical device ; The Maven.It's a blend state of the art between djing and exploring the new possibilities from an advance new technology. Maven enables Sasha to remix , re edit and perform 5 track all together and make it a playful dance floor oriented continous mix with lots of amazing layer sound .. a seamless mix , unbelievable audible transitions. Global Underground proudly present a pure quality escapism mix album from a timeless master DJ !Best listen with good quality headphone or hifi room stereo system .

This 3xLP is one of the rare cases where the people putting the compilation together have chosen the best tracks out of the mix cd to bring over to the vinyl. Highlights of the track selection include Behind The Wheel (beautiful Depeche Mode style vocals), Four Squares (gorgeous flittering melodies), and Blacklight Fantasy (old school Kompakt Speicher-esque marching beat)....the last 2 in that list being relatively difficult to find if you were to hunt those vinyls down separately. I'd also like to add that the art on this release is really cool. Each record has its own picture sleeve. High quality pressing with really sharp, clean looking vinyls and labeling.

Sasha has chosen to embrace Albeton Live, software, instead of CD and traditional vinyl turntables, making him no longer a DJ in my eyes. In his own words "Ableton is second nature to me now" and he no longer traditionally mixes. The turntables have been abandoned for his exclusive MIDI controller for Ableton, the 'Maven'. Ableton engineers take tracks before they are sent to Sasha and warp the beats for him sometimes, I guess this is in exchange for him being a walking endorsement for Ableton. And that's exactly what Fundacion is, it is a product endorsement for a software, and less about what it should be, the music. Global Underground used to be the most prominent label for dance mix compilations. The uncompromising attitude and high polish and perfect attention to detail were consistent throughout the series on the label as it continually established itself at the forefront of underground dance music. Fundacion drastically tarnishes that image of Global Underground as an unwavering source of quality, and shows that the label will compromise itself to become a commercial for software products. However what's most alarming about this release is that Sasha is given an unusual amount of credit where it is largely undeserved. The programming of this release is not consistent with what all other Sasha Ableton Live sets sound like. Therefore I conclude that Paul Rogers most likely not only inserted himself as an engineer in this release, but also creatively. The first seven tracks are seamlessly blended in a meticulous and calculated, almost mathetmatical fashion, yet harmonically fit together as if the mixing was done in equations and not by pitch. Everything else though sounds lazy and almost sloppy. The transition from Behind The Wheel to Electromagnetic (12 to 13) is very uninspiring and rudimentary. The track selection is wildly inconsistent, the first seven tracks are deep melodic house, and almost everything else has a disturbingly forced and clashy feel to it. Fundacion has already been done, and done much better. In 1996 on Studio !K7, Carl Craig released a compilation under the series of DJ-Kicks. He chose 15 tracks, but instead of traditionally mixing them together with a two channel, three band EQ style mixer, he used live effects to manipulate the sounds of the music in order to seamlessly mix them. Effects like panning, band pass filters, delay, reverb, all effects incorporated into software like Ableton Live. The 16th track Carl Craig put onto the release was called 'DJ Kicks' and was a mashup of the previous 15 tracks all combined into a single track. Carl Craig took 15 tracks and mixed them into a compilation using non-traditional effect methods, and them combined the tracks into a single track at the end. Fundacion is a commercial, not music. Shame on Sasha and Global Underground.

coincidentally, there was a Carl Craig production on Fundacion.

This is an absolutely increadible CD and as far as being a benchmark electronic music album, I'd go as far as to say that it should be as ubiquitous as Leftfield's Leftism was in the 90's. It is more focused on house than Sasha's first foray, 'Airdrawndagger' (with it's breakbeat & chilled out numbers) and more varied in feel than 'Involver' (in which all the tracks were remixed by Sasha & had a similar feel). The track selection is genius, which whilst rarely leaving the 4/4 house format, explores the widest range of sub-genres. For example, Holden & Thompson's 'Come To Me' is totally chilled out trancey house, Closer Musik's 'One, Two, Three' is a more laid back groove, Epsilon's 'Innocent Thoughts' is an uplifting dancefloor stonker. Sasha nails two things on this album - innovative mixing (done from his home-made Ableton Live controller, enabling him to drop loops in and out, change track arrangements, and twist sounds & loops with effects, all on the fly), which makes the first half of the album a challenging and innovative piece. The second thing that he has done, is play an increadibly eclectic mix of tracks (within the house genre), and the strength of this selection is what makes the second half of the CD so good, as the pace picks up and goes the way of the dancefloor. This mix CD is more uplifting and tuneful than Sasha's Avalon - Los Angelese mix, but more appropriate for the dancefloor than Airdrawndagger & Involver. (which are also phenominal albums). It is one of those rare albums that I still listen to all the time, after a year of buying it. Recomended!

This CD is brilliant...up til track 8. Lush, atmospheric tunes with a melancholic edge - basically, like the better trance that was going around at Sasha's peak. Then it goes...OK. A lot of electro-house, fairly nondescript: below-par offerings from M.A.N.D.Y., Holden and Tiefschwarz among other things. There's something of a second wind as the thing closes, with a nicely handled shift into another time signature and back into Superpitcher's divine remix of "Don't Save Us..." The whole thing is impeccably and imaginatively studioed together...until track 8, after which it's pretty much done like any other CD. there's a pattern developing here. I just like to think of it like those ancient cassette mixes where each DJ would get one side and one side only, and imagine some mediocre interloper has cadged Side B of Fundacion. Still worth picking up.

Many people tend to give this compilation less credit than due, for whatever reasons. But I rather like it. For one thing, it has a refreshingly optimistic and relaxed, breezy tone, even a little moody at times. I can find myself chilling to this for some easy-going undemanding music on a Sunday morning. For another, it is blisteringly brilliantly mixed. I'll repeat here that you have to be undemanding when listening to this CD. If you just take it as it comes and listen to it with an open mind, it will sweep you away with its rich, rewarding sound. A lot of people seem to be dissapointed with this...but I don't see why. It is clean, fresh and moody. Very very nice.

2004's Involver showed Sasha experimenting with new technology and redefining the way a DJ and music interact in the studio. The album received almost universal acclaim and this year's NYC Fundacion takes the experimentation further to a semi-live environment. The results of this experimentation are excellent. There are literally no transitions between any of the tracks, and discerning between one track and the other is an exercise in futility. Elements of one track might be carried well into the next track, and even several tracks after that. Sasha's mixing is the best its ever been, and this style of mixing and live remixing makes for an interesting and fresh listening experience. Where the album fails though, is in the most fundamental element that makes or breaks a mix album: track selection. Sasha, like every other major DJ it seems has jumped on the electro house bandwagon, and the tracks he's selected for this album will most likely disappoint long-time Sasha fans. While there are a few stand-out tracks here and there (mostly the one's that actually sound like coherent music), the majority of the album, especially the second half is filled with experimental glitchy-electro that really isn't all that pleasing to the ear. It's not minimal, but it's not really melodic either. After a couple of listens, the CD does grow on you somewhat (like most mix CDs) and you'll appreciate the superb flow Sasha creates. But without the great music that has highlighted so many of Sasha's fantastic releases in the past, what's the point? Long-time Sasha fans should proceed with caution. Don't get me wrong, there are merits to this release (the mixing, the 3 or 4 standout tracks), but don't be surprised when you find yourself a little disappointed after listening to 70+ minutes of superbly mixed bland music.

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