There’s a great new Psyche-Disco mix from dance music legend, Andrew Weatherall!
Due to his career, which spans 30 years, saying that Andrew Weatherall is a legend is an understatement. He was a founding member of the Boy’s Own brigade – one time home to Underworld and The Chemical Brothers. He was also a member of Sabres of Paradise and Two Lone Swordsmen. In addition, he has produced everyone from Beth Orton to Fuck Buttons, and also Primal Scream’s legendary ‘Screamadelica’ album.
Amidst a vast, boner-inducing array of anime, manga, fantasy fiction, graphic novels, video games, toys and other pop culture paraphernalia that points to poor eyesight and limited sexual activity, San Diego’s annual nerd-fest Comic Con premiered a brand new trailer for the Daft Punk scored Tron: Legacy – the sequel to 1982’s revolutionary cult hit Tron.
Listen to (what claims to be) the official soundtrack produced by Daft Punkhere.
This past weekend OM had the pleasure of hosting friends and family for a rocking July 4th celebration in Malibu. Go to the ‘Photo’ section of our website to check out all the beautiful people that came out to celebrate with us.
Posted by: James Stair on July 12, 2010 @ 12:59 PM
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This summer saw the emergence of a new live set from Groove Armada and fans were not disappointed.
“Traditionally we always re-write material for the big stages, but with the Black Light stuff, because it’s quite a bandy record, we ended up more or less playing the tunes as they are on the CD. By doing that, we were just missing a real trick in terms of our experience of these big gigs. We thought we should just revisit them and create some moments.”
Despite a busy summer tour schedule, Andy and Tom got their crew together at Andy’s home in France and in the course three days, with basically no sleep, completely stripped apart the live set and put it all back together again. “The basis of it all is that we’ve re-approached the songs. You’re obviously going to know the tunes, but all the structures are totally different and there are just these huge moments in the songs.”
All the hard work and dedication proved to be worthwhile as the new set saw Groove Armada become the most Tweeted band at last week’s Glastonbury festival, an experience which, according to Cato, justified their decision to make the changes. “Everything feels like it’s the best it’s ever been,” he says.
In anticipation of the upcoming release from Greenskeepers, “Live Like You Wanna Live”, out August 17th, 2010 on OM Records, producer extraordinaire James Curd hits us with a brand new mix filled with dance floor bangers sure to keep you and your friends dancing through these summer months. Featuring tracks from Fake Blood, Riva Starr, Round Table Knights as well as some hard to find jams like the James Curd remix of Lenny Kravitz featuring Mos Def! (Click below for the full track listing)
Be sure to keep checking back as we plan on keeping you laced with more goodies from the Greenskeepers camp. For now, enjoy this mix, keep dancing and don’t forget to pick up the lead single “Live Like You Wanna Live” featuring remixes from Tommy Sunshine and Stereo Heroes. The skies are indeed blue and we are loving it!
Click Here to Purchase “Live Like You Wanna Live (Single)” Now!
Posted by: James Stair on June 22, 2010 @ 2:32 PM
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