Coming March 11th on Beatport! Smoke N’ Mirrors is hot and keyed up to share with you our latest release—a bass- laced international collab between Berlin whiz-kid Click | Click and Russian beat-ace Upstroke. “Everything” is a to-the-point 4×4 creation meant to properly ignite a dance floor. Groovy, steady percussion and catchy female lyrics break even the most hesitant of dancers. Throw in a hard-hitting bassline, and you’ve got yourself a party positively shaken to the core.
Here’s the new video from San Francisco’s Shiny Objects. a funk-infused deep house track with a hint of techy goodness. Provocative female French vocalist, Aya, gives the track a surreal yet danceable edge.
The first rule of professional magicians is that they must never reveal their secrets, and ridiculously- talented Producer and DJ-duo, Sleight of Hands, aren’t giving away any of their mystery any time soon. What they have inevitably divulged through their accomplishments is that when a Bay Area rave specialist and a British transplant (who is one half of bachelor of science) come together, the resulting dynamism is no illusion. For their next trick, they will feature a series of releases on Om Records’ illustrious underground record label, Smoke n’ Mirrors. First in line is their premier EP, a deep house number called “All Night". Cards are officially out on the table and the stakes are high, so you’d better be watching.
Smoke N’ Mirrors released their first line of T- shirts! The collection offers a white American Apparel tee with Smoke N’ Mirrors logo in teal, a unisex charcoal tank with the logo in white and a charcoal racerback tank top with Smoke N Mirrors’ logo in teal for the ladies.
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Check out the rad video our Omie Brian Clothier put together for Om Yoga Rocks the park. Thanks to everyone for coming out to help raise funds for Milo Foundation. It was a wonderful event, stay tuned for more Om Yoga parties in November in San Francisco and Seattle.
Blackbird Blackbird’s newest single “All” is out on Lavish Habits. The new single shows off his pop sensibilities, thick with echoing guitar plucks and soothing, lightly-treated vocals. Chiming synths and fluttering clicks splash color on top of a melancholic tone. Clean four-to-the-floor beats and a lovely synth lead dissipate into dreamlike samples of incomprehensible speech and smooth, lapping waves.
Also on the release is Distal’s remix of Blackbird Blackbirdʼs “Keep It Up,” taking it into a dark, barreling techno track. Blackbirdʼs crooning vocals stab into the rolling kick drum, complete with frenetic bubbling effects. The beat is broken up with touches of two-step futurism and at the very end, a playful flute appears to brighten the fade out.
Check out the official music video to the single here!