Long-time Fluke fan Holden from the Hybridized forum writes with news of an epiphany moment that he had for a mash-up:

It’s a mash-up of Fluke’s “Absurd” (Headrillaz dub mix) and The Crystal Method’s “Trip Like I Do”. I have always enjoyed these tracks for their very energetic/aggressive sounds. Recently i was running with shuffle on and heard the tracks back to back – seemed to me that with a bit of editing and pitchshifting, plus some extra beats to hold it together, the main electro lines would compliment each other.

The result is pretty great and you can download it here!

Another treat from our Fluke-inflected friends over at Stones Can Slide (of which jUSTIN cREDIBLE forms one part). The track is a slight change of direction, but might appeal to all Fluke fans out there! Enjoy!

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Up to his usual tricks, 2bitpie.net resident jUSTIN cREDIBLE here provides a new spin on an old classic, breathing fresh life into a great original.

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Well, there’s some big Syntax news over at their official site that I’ll replicate here:

Firstly, many apologies for the lack of information since the original announcement earlier this year. Due to various other commitment issues, we have only just managed to get things moving with ‘TRIPOLAR’.

We decided, in the end, to release the new album ‘TRIPOLAR’ as a series of three EPs on our own label, Pandephonium. EP 1 is being promoted to press and radio now, but we have taken the slightly unusual step to make it available to download at the same time. It can be purchased from all the usual outlets, including iTunes and Amazon. A full list of sellers can be found here. Please note that the ‘purchase’ buttons on the website do not work. You will have to visit the seller’s site directly.

Many thanks to Etienne Gilfillan for the marvelous artwork.

EP 1 contains the tracks: The Man With No Name (Radio Edit), The Man With No Name (Full length version), Zero Vision, Thorns & Roses and Pennies & Change.

‘The Man With No Name’ is a sonically more refined mix of the version we have been previewing on the website. ‘Thorns & Roses’ is a recent mix of the original slow version of the track. ‘Zero Vision’ and ‘Pennies & Change’ are new tracks that have never been previewed before.

A release for Ep 2 is planned for early next year followed by EP 3 a few months later.

Many thanks to all of you that have written in. I have attempted to reply to everyone, but, in case I have missed anyone, I apologise.

We hope you enjoy the tracks. Please let us know what you think in the comments section.

Thank you to everyone for your support!


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First off, some exciting news on the Syntax front. Amazon currently has a new Syntax EP, called “EP1: Tripolar” listed for sale. This looks set to be available from next week!

The second fun bit of news is that there’s a new track from jUSTIN cREDIBLE’s new outfit, Stones can Slide. Entitled Take a Ride, there’s a YouTube video and an MP3 available for download.


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While we wait for more Syntax album news, which seems to be slowly edging its way release-ward, you might want to feast your ears on the funky new Tosh Remix that in-houser jUSTIN cREDIBLE has put together. The mix is excellent, as you’d expect; I particularly like the submerged vocals and the overlay from Mosh that makes its entry at that point! Anyway check it out: jUSTIN cREDIBLE – Tosh Remix 2012.

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I thought that this might be of interest to Fluke fans… jUSTIN cREDIBLE (again!) has come up with a superb remix of one of the best Fluke tracks of all time, Electric Guitar:

EDIT: 30th May 2012

I meant, in the original case, to post a download link. I forgot! Apologies. You can download the track in MP3 format here: jUSTIN cREDIBLE – Electric Guitar (Worm Gears) Remix

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My Healing Cover

I’m pleased to share with Fluke fans everywhere the second release from jUSTIN cREDIBLE’s new formation, Stones can Slide. Entitled “My Healing”, it features a new addition to their lineup, “Rae Mary Jane” on vocals. Definitely worth a listen!

You can also download the track.

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Courtesy of MixCloud, it’s only fair to point out that Mr. Jon Fugler, of Fluke renown, has put together a mix for April that will cheer your spirits, whatever the weather.

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Stones can Slide

This is a heads-up for all Fluke fans to check out the latest project of jUSTIN cREDIBLE, in association with C-MAN: Stones can Slide.

You can check out their first track, Mindflower, here:

Furthermore, if it takes your fancy, you can download it. I hope you’ll all agree it’s a great track and will spread the word!

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