Underworld’s Karl Hyde talks with Music Weekly about their new album, “Barking,” which hits stores tomorrow. Hyde explains to Alexis how Underworld have stayed together through a combination of love and sheer bloody-mindedness. He’s also got a few kind words to say about the wonders of Essex.
Check out the September installment of Lazy Day’s monthly podcast featuring Om artist Fred Everything.
1.Magman feat. Joseph Junior – Chains (Soulato Dub) – Paradox
2.Tomson & Benedict – Rainy Things (Jimpster Remix) – Freerange
3.Johnny Dangerous – Mr V’s Revenge (Kruse & Nuernberg) – Nite Grooves
4.Murat Kilic – Summer Traffic – Stil Vor Talent
5.DMoodymanc – New Orleans (rmk) – Sol Recordings
6.Alex Niggemann – Jewels – Soulefooled
7.Aldo Cadiz & Antonio De Angelis – Thunder – OFF
8.Floppy Sounds – City For Sale (Roberto Rodriguez remix) – Wave
9.Phil & Dan – Regulate – Pooled
10.Bleep District- Um Bongo – Lost My Dog
11.Akabu – Another World (Andre Lodemann remix) – Z
12.Franc Spangler – Forever & A Day – Delusions of Grandeur
It’s all going down next week with the highly anticipated release of the new Underworld Barking record. However if you can’t seem to wait, you can visit KCRW.com and XLR8R.com for full album streams to bump at your desk while you work. Visit the dedicated to Underworld ‘Barking’ page page for your exclusive pre-order.
Posted by: Jonthecorner on September 8, 2010 @ 11:17 AM
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Today, the acclaimed music blog, Stereogum, is premiering the upcoming new single from Underworld. The techno driven track, co produced by Grammy award winning producer Dubfire, is set for a release on Om Records on November 23rd but you can check it out now here
Posted by: James Stair on September 1, 2010 @ 12:40 PM
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Rocky Dawuni’s recent album Hymns for the Rebel Soul spurred a bunch of great videos and remixes, including the video for “Walls Tumblin Down.” Along with the remixes by DJ OBaH, DJ Drez and Jeremy Sole with Ticklah and Blitz the Ambassador, Giant Step has posted my J-Boogie remix of “Walls Tumblin Down,” suited up for the global dancefloor. Deep Afro Reggae vibes that mix with house or disco. Free download and the original video at Giantstep.net.
Photo by Angelica Garde.
Posted by: J Boogie on September 1, 2010 @ 11:26 AM
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Gearing up for his solo release of Generation Hex, Drums of Death released a new DJ mix via ClashMusic.com. DoD takes you on a journey through new and old, hard and classic sounds that have invaded our club culture. Click here to stream the mix and peep the track list below.
1. The Sabres Of Paradise – Smokebelch (Beatless Version)
2. Kink – Existence
3. Bart B More – Brap!
4. R1 Ryders – Rubberband
5. Pangaea – Memories (excerpt)
6. Egyptrixx – Everybody Bleeding
7. Drums Of Death – Won’t Be Dub
8. Jeremih – Birthday Sex (Venom & Damage Remix 1)
9. Detboi – Jump Up Jump Down (Radio Edit)
10. Classixx Vs. Villains – I’m On It (AC Slater Remix)
11. Coldcut – Timber (Seiji Remix)
12. Simian Mobile Disco – Ambulance
13. Cristian Vogel – Whipaspank (Tubejerk Remix)
14. Zed Bias – Standard Hoodlum Issue (VIP Remix)
15. Mums Of Death Feat Matthew Flowers – Golden Axe (Vocal Version)
16. Headhunter – Prototypes (Modeselektor Remix)
17. Harry ‘Choo Choo’ Romero & Chris Moody – Acid Kraft
18. Katy B & Geeneus – Good Life
Posted by: Jonthecorner on September 1, 2010 @ 10:45 AM
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Rumors have it Dirty Vegas are making a come back. It has been a minute since we heard new material from the Grammy award winning trio, but a fly on the wall here at Om says something is brewing.
Most of you remember the band from their highly acclaimed (and aforementioned Grammy award winning) track, ‘Days Go By’. The tune gets a 2010 twist from up and coming dubstep producer, Mimosa. For fans of Skream, Rusko and Bassnectar, this track is sure to make your bass boom and tweeters bleed.
Check out a remix PPP’s Wajeed just did of NYC-based artist Dede. The track titled, ‘Phantom’ is a dope nouvelle-pop track originally produced by Home & Garden’s Tim K. Wajeed takes the original track and lays out some eerie tones and a cinematic drum beat turning the track into something reminiscent of an old school cinematic-french black and white film. Rumor has it she’s joining a roster of hip hop / soul heavy weights.
Colette Marino, better known as DJ Colette, is and has been one of the hottest acts to come out of the Chicago House music scene. She is a resident DJ at the SmartBar in Chicago (along with close friend of Om Records, Kaskade) and rose to fame when she started to sing over her DJ mixes.
She has been called Om Records’ First Lady of House. Her album “Hypnotized” was the most downloaded house music album on iTunes in June 2005. Along with producing hit singles, she has performed at gigs and music festivals all over the world.
In this interview for 5 Mag’s anniversary project, she discusses her classical upbringing, her first time singing over a DJ, how she started DJing herself, and her close ties to Om Records.