In preparation for the release of Groove Armada’s highly anticipated Black Light album, enlisted remixer Treasure Fingers (Fool’s Gold) got busy on the first single I Won’t Kneel. The Epic Wave Remix is by far my favorite remix thus far, putting a nu disco spin on the original with tinges of a big room banger. We’re giving away the radio edit below and stay tuned for the extended and dub versions in retailers shortly.
MP3: Groove Armada – I Won’t Kneel (Treasure Fingers Epic Wave Radio Edit)
Our friends over at rcrdlbl are offering up an exclusive from the upcoming Groove Armada ‘Black Light’ album. Shameless features the one and only Bryan Ferry of Roxy Music and rcrdlbl reviews it as “replete with a downtempo melody, piano keys and a plaintive beat that turns tempestuous.” Visit rcrdlbl for your free download.
Posted by: Jonthecorner on January 19, 2010 @ 3:59 PM
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Gearing up for the release of Murder at the Discotech dropping in March, Amp Live has been busy in the lab putting together an EP of remixes for the latest Why? album ‘Eskimo Snow.’ Featuring his own interpretations of the originals, Amp Live shows his skill as a remixer giving the songs a electronic edge. Click here to download One Dark Eskimo.
Posted by: Jonthecorner on January 19, 2010 @ 12:12 PM
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2010 is off to a rough start and the world is calling for your help. The recent earthquake disaster in Haiti has left over 100,000 dead and even more injured, crippling what little infrastructure existed, devastating the capitol of Port-Au-Prince including hospitals and schools. Millions of people have been directly effected, left homeless, hungry and without clean water and even a means to live. They people of Haiti need your help and below are a couple organizations spearheading relief efforts.
Welcome to 2010! Coming off the highly anticipated full album release of Cozza Frenzy; Amorphous Music and Child’s Play are proud to present the Cozza Frenzy Remix Pack V.1 featuring remixes of “Boombox” and “Teleport Massive” from Bassnectar, RJD2, DJ Vadim, Robot Koch, Son of Kick, Amp Live, Stagga, Mexicans With Guns, Noah D, K. Flay and more due out January 26th. Stay tuned to Bassnectar.net for exclusive remixes, bonus packs, bundles, and remix material.
Also, stay tuned for a brand new Bassnectar single, slated for release in March on Amorphous Music and Child’s Play records. For more info, and to find advance deals on tickets & tour information, visit Bassnectar.net.
Posted by: Jonthecorner on January 13, 2010 @ 11:31 AM
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Just before the vacation holiday, Om Records got down at Mighty at our annual Om Winter Ball. This year’s line up included M3, Christian Martin, J-Boogie, Sleazemore, 40 Thieves, Davi, Errol and Mr. Fred Everything himself. Fred Everything’s set was bumping to the next level playing the best in tech to funky house. We had the honor to record the night and bring you Om: Cast 007; Fred Everything live at the Om Winter Ball.
Be on the look out for his Fred’s new single ’Don’t Nobody’ featuring remixes from Hot Toddy, David Harness & Al Velilla out in March.
Indianapolis, IN radio personality Rudy Kizer has been quietly collecting music memorabilia, but he’s not keeping the autographed records and guitars for his private collection.
Kizer, host of WRZX’s “Hit the Decks” electronic dance program, will auction off the items he’s collected over the past year to benefit Give Kids the World Village www.gktw.org, a nonprofit organization that helps children who have life-threatening illnesses, and their families, visit theme parks in Central Florida — cost-free.
In 2001, Kizer went on a Give Kids the World trip with his daughter, Karlie Biesecker, who was born with hydrocephalus and severe cerebral palsy. She was blind and had the cognitive capacity of a 6-month-old. His family stayed in a duplex built by the group.
“It’s just a really amazing community,” Kizer said. “When you go down there to do one of these wish trips, you develop a rapport with the folks that are there. It’s a really cool thing for these folks who are dealing with a sometimes really horrendous time.”
Biesecker died at age 17 in 2007, of complications due to her health problems. After his daughter’s trip, Kizer decided to “pay it forward” by helping the organization.
These days, when he encounters artists through his radio show,, he gets whatever memorabilia they can offer. For the past two years, he’s auctioned the items off to benefit Give Kids the World.
“You chip away a little bit at a time,” he said. “I decided to do this around Christmas this year, so if people wanted to do something special as a gift, you might be able to get something fairly unique and do something for a great cause in the process.”
For OM music fans, there’s a copy of the OM: 15 Year Anniversary compilation packaged with a matching poster signed by OM recording artist Mark Farina. This item can be located on eBay here.
Other auctions include signed albums from Bronx DJ Afrika Bambaataa and British DJ Carl Cox, a poster signed by DJ Paul Van Dyk and a guitar signed by the band Hinder.
The auction has no reserves and will run until Dec. 20. It is organized through Mission Fish, which donates proceeds directly to the beneficiary. To find the auction, search for “Hit the Decks” on eBay.
The craziness of the Cozza Frenzy tour is just winding down until the New Year and Bassnectar has decided to send us a nice little present to keep us warm through the holidays. Mashing up the legendary Pixies with his own bass wobbling beats, Where Is My Mind is gaurenteed to crush the dancefloor.
An anthem for living life at a dizzying pace, but refusing to slow down, obviously influenced by the legendary rock band THEPIXIES, this bootleg was 1 of the secret weapons of almost every show on the Cozza Frenzy tour, and now its yours for free: Happy New Year! Merry Xmas! Happy Hanukkah! Joyous Atheism! Enraptured Humanism! Do as thou will, and blast this track!