Archive for September 29, 2010

Former NBA Star Rony Seikaly Announces Album Release on Subliminal Records

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 29, 2010 by E.N.

FORMER NBA STAR RONY SEIKALY ANNOUNCES ALBUM RELEASE
 
SUBLIMINAL ESSENTIALS PRESENTS:
HOUSE CALLS BY RONY SEIKALY
 
RELEASED OCTOBER 19, 2010 ON SUBLIMINAL RECORDS
 
See Rony spin in NYC @ Lavo on October 2 +
“HOUSE CALLS” TOUR TO FOLLOW

“[Seikaly] is a raw talent with a great musical ear. That is why I am excited to put him out on Subliminal and unleash him on the world.” – ERICK MORILLO

The next [single] drops in September, so you’re just going to have to make due until then with this banger.” – YAHOO SPORTS ON “COME WITH ME”

Rony Seikaly – former NBA and current DJ and Production Superstar announces his debut artist album: Subliminal Essentials Presents: House Calls by Rony Seikaly out on Subliminal Records October 19, 2010. This digital-only release will be available on Beatport, Traxsource, iTunes and all other digital download outlets. This will be the first in a series of releases from Seiklay on the venerable independent label.

After years of travelling the globe on the international DJ circuit, the Lebanese-born star, who made US his home on the court with the Miami Heat, now makes his home behind the turntables. With a thumping rhythm that carries throughout Seikaly takes you on a journey from the clubs of Ibiza to Miami, London, Paris, NYC and beyond. This is dance music with global influence. This is Rony’s dance music; in your ears, in your house.

Seikaly who earned the nickname “The Spin Doctor” while playing with the Miami Heat – will be bringing his signature brand of house music on the road with the House Calls US Tour (full dates TBA), launching October 23rd at LIV in Seiklay’s adopted home city Miami.

Seikaly released his first single “Come With Me” on August 3, 2010 which reached the House Top 40 on Beatport. Shortly after that he followed-up with a track titled “Let You Go” which released on September 9, 2010. Originally titled “Mila’s Theme” it plays as a tribute to his daughter. Both tracks are climbing the electronic charts and rocking dancefloors across the globe.

Speaking knowledgeably about various musical eras, Seikaly has an inherent understanding for the music that has inspired him and influenced his unique style. Dubbed “Rony Style” by such electronic music heavyweights Morillo, Seikaly himself loosely defines it as “happy underground.”

Seikaly himself is possibly the one having the most fun in any nightclub. His enjoyment in playing music and seeing the crowd’s reaction is a huge part of the experience. Although Seikaly has been a long time partner in numerous bars, lounges, and clubs around the Miami area (Bar None, Mynt, Mokai, Club Wall at the W Hotel), his talents go far beyond that locality. LIV (Miami), Spybar (Chicago), Pacha (NYC), Playhouse (LA), Queen (Paris), and Amnesia (Ibiza) are a few spots that have experienced Seikaly’s sought-after inimitable style.

Tracklist
DJ Chus & Supernova – “Carnavalesco (Original InStereo Mix)”
Jose Nunez feat Shawnee Taylor – “Yesterday (Original Mix)”
Belocca & Soneec feat. Chappell – “What A Feeling (Lauer & Canard Remix)”
Rony Seikaly – “Ignition (Original Mix)”
Soul Avengerz v Butcherd Beats – “Trumpets Shall Sound (Soul Avengerz Club SODA Mix)”
Dave Mayer featuring Roland Clark – “Rhythm Section (Vocal Mix)”
Rony Seikaly feat. Polina – “Come With Me (Original Mix)
PolyRhythm feat. JaQuita – “So Rare (Original Mix)”
Rony Seikaly feat. Polina – “Let You Go (Vanjee Remix)”
Rony Seikaly – “Close Your Eyes (Original Mix)”
Underground Solution featuring Jasmine – “Luv Dancin’ (Harry Choo Choo Romero’s Bambossa Remix)”
Rony Seikaly – “Session 13 (Original Mix)”
Carl Kennedy & Tommy Trash feat. Rosie Henshaw – “Blackwater (Behrouz Ibiza White Ireland Mix)”
Rony Seikaly – “Sensations (Original Mix)”
Rony Seikaly feat. Polina – “Carry The Light (Original Mix)”
Rony Seikaly – “Subliminal Essentials Presents House Calls by Rony Seikaly” (Full Mix)”

Watch The Rony Seikaly Promo Clip

Rony Seikaly Live In NYC

When:
Saturday, October 2, 2010
11PM

Where:
Lavo
39 East 58th Street
New York, NY

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON RONY SEIKALY:
www.ronyseikaly.com/
www.facebook.com/pages/Rony-Seikaly/66907383282
www.twitter.com/ronyseikaly.com
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Roska & Untold – Myth/Long Range (NMBRS11)preview

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 29, 2010 by E.N.

Release Date: 4th October 2010

Tracklisting

  1. 1 Roska & Untold – Myth (NMBRS11)
  2. 2 Roska & Untold – Long Range (NMBRS11)

The first fruits of an almighty collaboration between two of our favourite producers; Roska & Untold. Unlike most collabos where the style of one producer seems to override the other, Myth and Long Range represent the exact sonic crossroads between the UK House and Funky of Roska, and the otherwordly, next level Grime aesthetic of Untold.

    Related

Roska Website

Untold MySpace

Jessie Ware & SBTRKT – Nervous EP (preview NMBRS8) out Nov 1

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , on September 29, 2010 by E.N.


Released by: Numbers
Release/catalogue number: NMBRS8
Release date: Nov 1, 2010

Prolific masked producer SBTRKT introduces vocalist Jessie Ware for their debut collaboration ‘Nervous’, released on Numbers on Monday 1st November 2010.
Heralding the arrival of a new UK vocal talent, Nervous is a stirring update on Garage and club based UK Bass music. The combination of SBTRKT’s dextrous drum programming, Ware’s stunning voice and a rude 80s Boogie bassline gel together into a heavyweight production that is set to become one of the most distinctive club hits of 2010.
The closing track ‘Fright’ sees SBTRKT fly solo with a late-night stepper overflowing with Motor City melancholy and pulsing subs.
‘Nervous’ was the opening track on SBTRKT’s showcase on Mistajam’s 1Extra show this evening. Listen here.


http://nmbrs.net

Adam Kesher -Gravy Train video+free download

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 29, 2010 by E.N.


French band Adam Kesher (it’s not one guy)-This crew is produced by Dave One (Chromeo) with additional mixing from Zdar, A-Trak and Pierrick Devin. The band is dropping the “Gravy Train” EP on October 4,check below the band’s new video plus a download of the “Fortune Remix.”

Adam Kesher
Gravy Train EP
October 4, 2010
Disque Primeur

“Main Edit”
“Fortune Remix” FREE Download
“Blackjoy Disco Version”
“Blackjoy Disco Version(Dub)”
“Blackjoy Disco Version (Edit)”

    Stay tuned for Adam Kesher “Attraction EP” in December and it will feature remixes from Nacho Lovers, Jacques Renault and more.Full length album in the US early in 2011 with a small tour around the SXSW season.

Download: Salem – XLR8R podcast 162

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 29, 2010 by E.N.

As spelled out in our current cover story, Midwestern trio Salem is a “gothy/witch-house/dream-crunk/”fucking hipster”/drag-step/worst.band.ever./genius/crack-core/amaaaazing/hiding-behind-fuzz/wigger/fake-black-metal/angelic/homo-thug/Michael Stipe-endorsed/post-juke band from no place in particular.” Basically, they’ve become one of those bands that can be whatever you want them to be; the notion of what exactly Salem is threatens to engulf what Salem’s music actually sounds like. So today, on the day the group’s debut album, King Night, is being released (buy it here), we’re happy to focus on the latter by presenting Sleep Now My One Little Eye, an exclusive mix that Salem put together for the XLR8R podcast series. Submitted with a qualifier that states “best listened to lying on da floor or bed,” the mix is another one of the band’s warped journeys through slow-motion sound and lo-fi gloom and doom. Nearly every track—including the unreleased Salem tunes which comprise more than half of the podcast—has been labeled “drag,” which we assume means that the band has followed its frequent M.O. and screwed the song into oblivion. It’s an interesting trip, and one we certainly recommend taking.

Download: Salem – XLR8R podcast 162

01 Unknown “MOTHER DEAR WHERE R U WHEN I NEED U”
02 Salem “Sores (Drag)”
03 Salem “Amen (Drag)”
04 Salem “Snakes (Drag)”
05 Soulja Boy & Lil B “Gucci Wings/Dat Boy Can Fly (Drag)”
06 Mott the Hoople “Sea Diver (Drag)”
07 Daniel Johnston “Some Things Last a Long Time (Drag)”
08 Salem “Baby Boy (Drag)”
09 Salem “Amen Remix (Drag)”
10 Ricki Lee Jones “We Belong Together (Drag)”
11 Salem “Superstar (Drag)”

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