The LA-based, Pat Grossi (aka Active Child) may leave some heads tuned out, but definitely not mine. His unique love for synths and spacey moany manipulated vocals create this sound that is uniquely his. With remixers Classixx on board, the three have seem to have found a perfect marriage. Classixx‘s remix takes Active Child’s “When Your Love is Safe”, and turns it out to a modern-day 80’s pop ballad.
Download the Classixx remix of Active Child here at Rcrdlbl.com
Listen to Active Child on Morning Becomes Eclectic Here.
Listen: Active Child “When Your Love Is Gone (Classixx Remix)”
Long time friends, Kruder & Dorfmeister, are bringing their live show back to the North America for the first time in years! All this in celebration of sixteen years of their legendary Viennese label, G-Stone Recordings, founded by Peter Kruder and Richard Dorfmeister. The legends are making the trek to North America playing a full live set featuring new music and classics from K&D and Tosca. Definitely not to be missed!
Dates So Far
Tuesday, October 12th, 2010 – New York, CA @ Nokia – Purchase Tickets
Wednesday, October 13th, 2010 – Montreal, Canada @ Metropolis – Purchase Tickets
Friday, October 15th, 2010 – Los Angeles, CA @ Nokia Club – Purchase Tickets
Saturday, October 16th, 2010 – San Francisco, CA @ Treasure Island Music Festival - Purchase Tickets
Posted by: g.win on July 20, 2010 @ 12:31 AM
Posted in: Events
Cut Copy’s Dan Whitford and DJ Belgium are the producers behind Voltage. They’ve just dropped the first official release on Australian indie label, Cutters Records.
The Chromeo / Hercules & Love Affair sounding, “All Night” features vocals from Ivan Vizintin of the band Ghroul. The full single features remixes from In Flagranti, Illija Rudman, Munk, Turkish Prison, and remixers on everyone’s hot list, Azari & Ill.
While in San Francisco playing two sold out shows at the Fillmore, Andy Cato and Tom Findlay of Groove Armada dropped by Amoeba records to talk about “Whats In Their Bag” and their influences on the new ‘Black Light’ record.
Sneak Peak: David Bowie, Brian Jones Town Massacre, Roxy Music, Radio Slave, Chromeo, and more.
Posted by: g.win on July 6, 2010 @ 7:00 PM
Posted in: News
Featuring the first hit single ‘Waves of Change’ (already a Billboard Dance Chart Hot Shot Debut) and the mystifying ‘Satellites’, ‘Subconscious’ is destined to resonate with Samantha James fans as well as with new comers just discovering her music.
Produced by ‘Rise’ collaborator Sebastian Arocha Morton (ROCAsound) and new comer Shane Drasin, ‘Subconscious’ is rich with sensuous melodies, soft orchestrations and touching lyrics of loss, love and long lasting friendships.
Here is a free download of "Illusions from the new album.
Here are some beats to kick off your weekend with from UK’s Jamie Anderson. The brand new father has been busy working on new material and remixes for Cocoon, Jesse Rose’s Made to Play, Southern Fried Records and Radio Slave’s Rekids label.
Jamie is also currently in the process of re-launching his Artform label with an exciting concept and original new material. His collaboration album; Deepgroove & Jamie Anderson ‘13MACHINES’ is due for imminent release on the legendary German Harthouse label.
Jamie had delivered an exclusive podcast full of deep, funky, tunes. Kick off the weekend with this exclusive podcast all the way from London!
Click here to download.
For more infomation on Jamie Anderson, click here.
Jamie Anderson Om Records Podcast 2010
1. Kasper Bjorke – Alcatraz (Jimpster Dub) (HFN)
2. Mark Broom – Supersnout (Tim Green Remix) (Saved Records)
3. Pierce & Jerl – Roots (Coyu & Edu Imbernon Remix) (Suara)
4. Paolo Mojo ft Ryan Starr – Crazy For You (&me Remix) (Noir Music)
5. Jon Gurd – Stamp (Osbourne & Anderson Remix) (Mija Recordings)
6. Carlo Lio – Giro Tondo (Monique Musique)
7. Malente&Dex – Habibi (Shur-i-Khan Remix) (Exploited)
8. Tom Flynn – Jupiter (Artform)
9. Alexi Delano, Vincenzo, The Phantom Image – The Lab (Poker Flat)
10. Landschall – Hazuky (Broque)
11. Kirk Degiorgio – Isidora (B12)
12. Acumen vs. Timid Boy Chicago Story (Oxia Reinterpretation Mix) (Time Has Changed)
Posted by: g.win on June 11, 2010 @ 1:39 PM
Posted in: Music
Underworld announce brand new album ‘Barking’ set for release September 14th 2010 (13th in the UK). ‘Barking’ is the title of Underworld’s first album in three years, and their first to be constructed with a brilliant cast of co-conspirators. All the tracks were written by the band in their Essex studio before being given to handpicked studio heads from across the whole spectrum of dance music to add some of their style and creativity to the band’s raw material. The result is a pimped-up Underworld record and their finest collection of songs in over a decade.
The band officially releases the first new track ‘Scribble’ today (June 8th) exclusively on iTunes. Click Here to Purchase ‘Scribble’ now on iTunes.
Check for the Beatport exclusive pre-release of ‘Scribble (Netsky Remix)’ on June 15th.
The full single worldwide release of the full single on June 28th.
What people are saying about the new track:
“Essential Track” – Pete Tong, BBC Radio 1
“World Exclusive Premiere” – Zane Lowe, BBC Radio 1
“Their latest single is pure sun-streaked glory. “Scribble” is almost unrelentingly joyous, and vocalist Karl Hyde knows it too, singing, “And it’s okay/ You give me everything I need.” My thoughts exactly— and considering Underworld’s long-running existence, that’s a blessing for sure.” – Pitchfork
“Pretty melodic track” – Stereogum
“Underworld’s been together for 30 years, so long their original genres have come back into fashion. It’ comforting to know they’re still making relevant, thoughtful dance tracks we still want to bump.” – The Fader
“A gene-splice between Yellow Magic Orchestra and Grooverider blasting out over the dancefloor at Fabric on a Friday night.” – Pop Matters
“Fleet-footed and unashamedly euphoric” – Kev Kharas, RCRDLBL