After Austin based dance act, Night Drive, surprised us with this fantastic reworking of Radiohead’s classic, ‘Where I End And You Begin,’ they’ve done it again with this unexpected video version. Created by the groups good friend, Robert MacCready of Production For Use, the video relies heavily on syncopated visuals and splashes of extreme color.
Download the tune below and keep your eyes peeled for their next official single, due out sometime in October.
Today we celebrate the release of Spray Paint’s Cussin’ 7” in Upset The Rhythm with a mixtape compiled by SP’s own Cory Plump. It is called FAVOURITE JAMS VS INFLUENCES and if you were to estimate the mean of its vibes, the result would come quite close to Spray Paint’s own propulsive psychedelic battlefield repeato-rock. As we usually do with these mixtapes, we will refrain from revealing the track-list and let you guess in the comment box.
Whoever gets the most correct will earn an infinitesimally small yet infinitely potent moment of their time in the eye of a desert whirlwind that proxies the skin-shredding abrasive thrust of SP’s Cussin’.
Produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead, Beak. Anika covers Yoko Ono’s Yang Yang.
New York songstress Sirma get’s the remix treatment from Toronto producer, Pat Lok. This groove-laden, mid-tempo stepper is a perfect addition to anyones weekly playlist, so go ahead and add it to your’s!
“The track “Califuture” is about that optimistic bug in everyone who moves to California that makes them think that someday they will be plucked up out of obscurity to become famous. Everyone has it in the back of their mind. But the music video goes one step further into madness. It’s the heart-wrenching story of a snow cone salesman trying to get a job at dirtybird and then realizing the life of a snow cone maker is really his passion.”
Bristol based imprint and party crew, Banofee Pies celebrates it’s inaugural release with their first 12″. The limited run, vinyl only offering features 4 cuts from producers Ruf Dug, Philou Louzolo, Martin Hayes and Mr. Mendel… here, we have the exclusive premiere of the full stream of Mr. Mendel’s, ‘Freakin,’ a ruff-cut stomper that’ll sure to have bootie’s dropping all over dance floors from coast-to-coast!
Buy vinyl HERE.
New single track “Believe” from Mapei and it’s just as wonderful as her previously released tracks.
Berlin based producer, Snax is guilty of two things: 1) having a reputation as one sleazily talented multi-instrumentalist and singer 2) for providing the latest installment of our exclusive mix series.
Though recently reclusive, the Get Physical alum has shed his hermit’s hole and come out of hiding with a brand new bag of tricks. His mix offering is a sultry combination of funky grooves, disco edits and subterranean house joints, get familiar.
The third installment of METAPHYSIX off Jimmy Edgar‘s label and collective ULTRAMAJIC, brings us some of the best dance tunes we’ve heard all year. The 5 tracks off the electro-funk techno label range from the industrial pounding beats of Crystal Bandito’s “Eekwalk”, to the hard-hitting hyper-techno track “Move” from the always innovative Aden.
Talvihorros - Live in Leiden (NL) 30.05.2014
Petrels w/ live visuals by Laid Eyes performing @ Vrijplaats Middelstegracht in Leiden (NL)