Andreya Triana releases the first single from her forthcoming debut album, ‘Lost Where I Belong’, co-written with Fin Greenall (aka Fink) and produced by Simon Green (aka Bonobo). Video directed by Daniel Chester and Dave Prosser and produced by Sweetworld. Live-action directed by Robert Sanderson.
‘Lost Where I Belong’ is released on Ninja Tune on 8th February 2010 and features a remix by Flying Lotus.
We’ve gathered some of our favorite tracks from Mike Monday’s “Songs Without Words” and turned to the likes of Mark Henning, Hugo, Justin Martin, Hedberg, and even Mike Monday himself for remix work. Underground, deep, funky, techy, and strange…there’s a little for everyone on this single. The single, properly titled, “Remixes Without Words” is out now exclusively at Beatport and it’s charting.
Groove Armada just dropped the new music video for the second single, “Paper Romance”. The track features SaintSavior and Fenech-Soler. The single drops Feb 23rd and features remixes from Zombie Disco Squad, Doorly, Urchins, and more. The US version will feature remixes from Classixx, Dan Deacon & more.
Posted by: g.win on January 21, 2010 @ 12:54 PM
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From Mirrors to Muse and Kasabian to Calvin Harris, the UK is churning out exciting new artists like we’re at the end of times — perhaps they know something we don’t. Late last year, The Guardian released their top 40 greatest bands list and some of our favorites definitely got the shaft (as did Bowie, who is probably still furrowing his brow at being placed below The Streets). One group we’re sure will make those ubiquitous year-end lists in 2010 is a UK foursome called Scanners, whose debut single, “Salvation” will appear on their February full-length “Submarine” produced by Stephen Hague (famous for his production with legendary New Order, who, like Scanners, know their way around a moog).
Curiously, the band’s debut will be released stateside on Hollywood dance scene kingpin Steve Aoki’s label, Dim Mak, which traditionally puts out electronic cuts. Scanners, on the whole, are a very full-sounding indie band with the ferocity of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and the gritty, organic feel of Siouxie.
We’re told remixes are forthcoming from not only the band itself but Don Diablo, Tittsworth, Dan Sena, and Dirty Disco Youth.
With every new album, Goldfrapp tend to slightly reinvent their sound. “Rocket” is the new single from Allison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory. The 80’s feeling track features the era’s synths & drums alongside Allison’s pop vocals. Goldfrapp fans will not be disappointed. The new album, “Head First” is slated to come out later this year.
It’s really interesting when you can watch and artist continue to push the boundaries of their sound. James Curd is that artist to us. James has been putting tracks out on his Greenskeepers Music label for years, but nothing quite like this new single.
On these new tracks James Curd conjures up Daft Punk, Digitalism, Shit Robot, but never looses his GK style.
Click Here To Download James Curd “In With The Old, In With The New” Pre-released Exclusively at Juno Download.
Listen: James Curd “Got To Have”
Listen: James Curd “Can You Get It”
Posted by: g.win on January 18, 2010 @ 2:27 PM
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Two distinct LA flavors that taste great together!
A few weeks back when we were sitting around fantasizing who in Los Angeles we’d want to collaborate for our recurring series, Tune in an Afternoon, we pretty quickly came up with Dam-Funk and Nite Jewel. When we contacted them, it turned out they were fans of each other and had been looking for an excuse to collaborate. It was decided that Nite Jewel would produce and that their favorite store, LA’s Future Music, would serve as the afternoon’s launching pad. From there, things just got creepy.
You can download the tune for free at XLR8R.com Here
Posted by: g.win on December 13, 2009 @ 9:56 PM
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