Check out the brand new music video from one of our new favorite vocalist, Dede. The Brooklyn based artist has a new album coming out in 2011. This track was produced by Tim K. of Home & Garden. The video does a real good job of perfectly reflecting the nouvelle-pop sound of the track. Think Serge Gainsbourg meets Allison Goldfrapp. Enjoy!
Director- Aron Kantor (Dirty Glitter)
Editor- Alex Blatt
Director of Photography- Joseph S Pickett III
Post Production- Aron Kantor
Art Director- Dede Reynolds and Aron Kantor
Styling- Dede Reynolds
Produced by DEDE
Shot at Box 24 Studio in Venice, CA
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Posted by: g.win on December 5, 2010 @ 7:23 PM
Posted in: Style
Colette drops the official second single on her Candy Talk Records called “On A High”. Remix duty by dream team Sonny Fodera, Jason Hodges, Chuck Love & Giano. The Sonny Fodera remix is heat! Sonny’s breakdown harks back to the older days of house all while being modern and will be a great dance floor weapon.
Colette “On A High” is out today on Candy Talk Records! Click here to buy from Traxsource.
Listen: Colette “On A High (Sonny Fodera Remix)”
Posted by: g.win on December 2, 2010 @ 5:32 PM
Posted in: Music
To follow up on yesterday’s exciting news about Dirty Vegas signing to Om Records, we have MORE exciting news! The Recording Academy (RIAA) awarded music’s highest honor, the Grammy nomination for Best New Electronic Album, to Groove Armada for their critically acclaimed new album ‘Black Light’ on Om Records. Voted one of the top ten albums of 2010 by KCRW and a #1 most downloaded electronic album on iTunes and Amazon, ‘Black Light’ features many stand out hit singles including ‘Paper Romance’ featuring Fenech-Soler and Saint Saviour, ‘I Won’t Kneel’ featuring Saint Saviour and ‘History’ featuring Will Young, a #1 most downloaded electronic song on iTunes.
Setting the mood to this electrifying evening of events was Oakland Faders own, DJ Platurn; keeping heads busy while in between performances. Longtime Zion I kinsmen Deuce Eclipse displayed his lyrical prowess over Latin/hip-hop grooves. His set had myself, as well as the whole crowd, hypnotized; anticipating what he’ll do next. Switch from English to words in Spanish only added to the drama he brought to the stage. I thought to myself, “how would I classify his sound & presence…” And I thought, a Hip-Hop Carlos Santana.
This is not to take way from Eligh of Living Legend’s performance. His performance was an exhibition of metaphorical meticulousness; unfolding lyrics at autobahn speed with the precision of a sniper. Giving fans a taste on what to expect on his newest album, “Gray Crow”.
And then the moment we were all waiting for, the Zion I crew step on stage like they were greeting a crowd of friends to a celebration. They were the stars of the night; shaking fans hands showing the continued love for support. Zion I had command over the crowd like train conductors; heads bobbing in hypnosis as they inhale the gifts brought by the legendary Bay Area emcees. Zumbi guided fans on a trip through Zion I classics from their previous releases before they pulled out new bangers from there lastest endeavor, Atomic Clock. The biggest treat was when Amp Live stepped out from behind the turntables and started playing digital tag between his MIDI controller and the crowd which is something I’ve never witnessed at a hip hop show.
Most definitely this was a show in which I was extremely impressed by the entire line-up. Once again they brought the experience of a hip-hop performance to another level; a higher plateau for other acts to strive for. Also, this was a show for fans of all ages, now that’s love!!!