Archive for December, 2010
Its a privilege to introduce some of the first sounds taken from Elucid’s upcoming release Super Chocolate Black Simian. More dark hearted negromancy cataloging otherworldly journeys into rap, dub, and noise terrorism.
Super Chocolate Black Simian will be released digitally on 01.11.11 by Discord Research Labs.
Elucid – “Dream On”Produced by Chasing Shadows
Elucid – “Dream On”Produced by Chasing Shadows by extramusicnew
Mindelixir Presents: Repeat Business
15 Track Compilation on Abstract Logic Recordings
ALR-067: Mindelixir Presents – Repeat Business
File Under: Dubstep / Future Bass / Glitch-Hop
Release Date: December 27th, 2010
1. Axiom Crux – Vapor Nation
2. T8rtot – Not 2B Missed
3. Elfkowitz – Gone
4. Stereotonin – Hop Scotch Warrior
5. LoBounce and Stratus – Deep Breath
6. Deformati – Careful Demons (Elfkowitz remix)
7. Mindelixir – Sonic (Lo Bounce Remix)
8. Charlie P – Hole in my Pocket
9. Fast Nasty – The Arcadian Shark
10. Panther God – Zomba
11. Spooky Jones – Starship Ping Pong
12. Bookworm – Ursine Combat Squad
13. Spooky Jones – Attack of the Coincidence
14. Psymbionic – Pseudo Science
15. Stereotonin – Thank You, Come Again
Mindelixir is back after the success of his first compilation for ALR, Music for Funerals and Banks, and he’s packing serious heat the second time around. This 15 track release is a taste of the sound that’s coming from some of the hardest working and innovative newcomers in the industry. While traveling the country on tour, Mindelixir found some of these amazing producers hiding in the depths of the underground. Expect to see these names doing repeat business with the industry in 2011, as their newest output hints at the future of electronic music.
From Chicago to Miami, these trailblazers have been hustling in their labs to bring you music that is as hard to classify as it is enjoyable to listen to. Lathered with sub frequencies and arched across tempo boundaries, the mutant dubstep offerings that these artists have submitted will tantalize your cerebellum while coaxing your body into a bouncing submission. Make sure to keep your eyes on Atlanta’s own Abstract Logic Recordings in 2011, as they showcase the best that underground bass music has to offer!
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Buy at Juno
Download Mixtape Tracklist:
Fast Nasty – The Arcadian Shark
Axiom Crux – Vapor Nation
Spooky Jones – Attack of the Coincidence
Bookworm – Ursine Combat Squad
Stereotonin – Hop Scotch Warrior
Stereotonin – Thank You, Come Again
Spooky Jones – Starship Ping Pong
Psymbionic – Pseudo Science
Charlie P – Hole in my Pocket
Elfkowitz – Gone
Ghetto Sexuual – Deep Breath
Panther God – Zomba
Mindelixir – Sonic (Lo Bounce Remix)
Deformati – Careful Demons (Elfkowitz remix)
T8rtot – Not 2B Missed
New Banger, “Don’t Cut Down My Tree”
Click HERE to Stream/Download “Don’t Cut Down My Tree”
Beat wizard Hot Sugar (née Nick Koenig) continues to prove why he’s becoming one of the most exciting up-and-coming producers by dropping another new track that shows his eclectic range and unique style. Click HERE to stream/download “Don’t Cut Down My Tree” . The song is both a grimy, in-your-face banger and a meticulously arranged, IDM composition.
Dame Dash’s Creative Control recently caught up with Nick to document his unique process of making beats and capture his charmingly awkward sense of humor. Click HERE to watch Koenig in action (and note that all the sounds used in this video were recorded live at this session.)
Hot Sugar -Dont Cut Down My Tree by extramusicnew
“Don’t Cut Down My Tree” is the latest taste of Hot Sugar’s forthcoming free digital EP, Muscle Milk, which drops early next year. If you haven’t yet heard out any of the other songs yet, be sure to check out the breezy and soulful “Color Wars,” whimsical indie pop gem “The Seagull,” and the seductive digital funk of “Fuckable” over at Hot Sugar’s press page.
Cut Copy Reveal “Zonoscope” Tracklisting + “Take Me Over” (Thee Loving Hand Remix by Tim Goldsworthy) MP3!Posted in News with tags Cut Copy, Download, Electronic, Free Download, Girlie Action, Listen, MP3, Press Release, Preview, Promotions, Rock, Tim Goldsworthy, Zonoscope on December 27, 2010 by E.N.
LOVING HAND REMIX OF “TAKE ME OVER” MP3!
REVEAL ZONOSCOPE TRACKLISTING & PRE-ORDER
Cut Copy are happy to announce the tracklisting for their upcoming LP, “Zonoscope.” Produced by the band’s Dan Whitford, it will be released February 8 in North America on CD, Deluxe CD
and 2 X Vinyl. The Deluxe CD and iTunes Deluxe Version will include a brand
new cut of the Krozm-directed documentary “Artificial Interpreter,” featuring footage not previewed on the web episodes. In addition, the Deluxe CD will come in a special Alter-designed box.
The iTunes pre-order for “Zonoscope” (both regular and deluxe versions) will start on Tuesday, December 21, and people who pre-order will receive a previously unreleased mix of “Take Me Over.”
1. Need You Now
2. Take Me Over
3. Where I’m Going
4. Pharaohs & Pyramids
5. Blink and You’ll Miss a Revolution
6. Strange Nostalgia for the Future
7. This is All We’ve Got
9. Hanging Onto Every Heartbeat
10. Corner of the Sky
11. Sun God
To celebrate, the band and Modular are giving away the blistering “Take Me Over” by Thee Loving Hand (a/k/a Tim Goldsworthy, producer of the band’s last album “In Ghost Colours”) remix MP3. Cut Copy-Take Me Over Thee Loving Hand Remix by Tim Goldsworthy by extramusicnew This is sure to smoke any dance floor during the holiday season, new year, and beyond. As the band says, this mix was “designed for a new futuristic main room that fits over the top of the old main room.”
Finally, catch Cut Copy on tour at the following fine establishments (including the
first announced US Date below!)
12/31: Santiago, Chile @ Industria Cultural – Buy Tickets
02/04: Brisbane – St Jerome’s Laneway Festival – Buy Tickets
02/05: Melbourne – St Jerome’s Laneway Festival – SOLD OUT
02/06: Sydney – St Jerome’s Laneway Festival – SOLD OUT
02/11Adelaide – St Jerome’s Laneway Festival – Buy Tickets
02/12: Perth – St Jerome’s Laneway Festival – Buy Tickets
03/03: Glasgow – Death Disco Special – Buy Tickets
03/05: Manchester – Now Wave @ Quay House
03/06: London – The Forum – Buy Tickets
03/08: Oslo – Rockerfeller – Buy Tickets
03/09: Malmo – KB – Buy Tickets
03/10: Copenhagen – VEGA – Buy Tickets
03/11: Stockholm – The Strand – Buy Tickets
03/12: Helsinki – House of Culture – Buy Tickets
03/14: Tallin – Rock Café – Buy Tickets
03/16: Berlin – Lido – Buy Tickets
03/17: Koln – Gebaeude 9 – Buy Tickets
03/18: Amsterdam – Melkweg – Buy Tickets
03/19: Paris – Casino Nouveau – Buy Tickets
03/23: Lisbon – Coliseum – Buy Tickets
03/26: Miami – Ultra Music Festival – Buy Tickets
And finally, Triple J Hottest 100 Voting starts today, Vote HERE!
Surefire Sound’s third release features three up-and-coming producers from two points on the map: Distal and Mayhem hailing from Atlanta, Georgia and HxdB from Vancouver, Canada. Collaborating together, this trio brings together a pair of innovative tracks that exemplify the exciting future of dubstep and bass music in 2011.
Leading off the release is Michael Rathbun a.k.a. Distal, a rising star in the next wave of bass music producers and founding member of Atlanta Dubstep, a collective that has been introducing dubstep’s top artists to the southeast United States since 2007. Through their events and newly founded label Embassy Recordings, Distal has established his own dynamic that integrates dubstep with Chicago’s juke sounds, and has started to make quite an impression on the global scene with a release on Soul Jazz’s Future Bass compilation, as well as Amsterdam’s Tube 10 Recordings, among others.
Collaborating on the A side is Severine Erickson, a.k.a. HxdB (short for Hexadecibel). Channeling his creative energies from his own pocket of North America, HxdB has been a hardworking DJ, producer, and promoter of the more sophisticated angles of bass music. With several 12” releases to his name on labels such as Mindset and Echodub, and plenty more coming in the new year, he is ready to make his mark on this release alongside Distal with “Typewriter Tune”. Its’ potent assault of shuffling beats and funk-infused pitch-warped synths was so well-received by their DJ mates that they amped up the energy into a VIP version with support from the likes of Bok Bok (Night Slugs, London), Ben UFO (Hessle Audio), Appleblim (Skull Disco), Dave Q (Dub War, NYC), XI (Orca), Sepalcure (Hotflush), and many more.
Working with Distal on the flipside is Anthony Rotella a.k.a. Mayhem, a long-time stalwart of the Atlanta scene coming from notable acclaim in the drum & bass arena. With recent dubstep releases on San Francisco’s Argon Records and Amsterdam’s Subway Recordings, Mayhem is clearly a producer with multiple talents. On “Frozen Barnacles”, they deliver a high-energy, yet heady half-stepper with warm filtered synths and dub-wise horns.
SUREFIRE SOUND 003
CAT #: SFS 003
Artists: DISTAL, HXDB, MAYHEM
Release date: January 24 2011
Format: 12” Vinyl, Digital
1. Distal & HxdB – Typewriter Tune VIP
2. Mayhem & Distal – Frozen Barnacles
3. Distal & HxdB – Typewriter Tune [digital only]
The official video to The Bees’s new single ‘Winter Rose’
The Single was released on the 20th December on 7-inch and digital download formats. It is the second track to be lifted from their critically acclaimed fourth album Every Step’s A Yes, which is out now on Fiction.
The Bees – Winter Rose (Nicolas Jaar Remix)
Pantamuzik celebrates 10 years with compilation feat Jay Haze, Argenis Brito, Monopolar, Razz out December 26th+free downloadPosted in News with tags Argenis Brito, Download, Electronic, Free Download, Jay Haze, Monopolar, MP3, Pablo Decoder, Pantamuzik, Press Release, Promotions, Signal Deluxe, Techno on December 26, 2010 by E.N.
Pantamuzik proudly presents…
Various – 10 Years of Pantamuzik EP
Featuring Jay Haze, Argenis Brito, Monopolar, Signal Deluxe, Pablo Decoder, and more!
Free download of “Miguel Toro’s ‘Kurduca (Piek Remix)'”
Miguel Toro-Kurduca (Piek Remix) by extramusicnew
Humberto Polar (Pantamuzik founder, member of Monopolar):
‘When I started Pantamuzik, back in 2000, no digital music downloads were sold at all, vinyl distribution was an insane investment in Latin America (still is) and nobody djed with CDs.
So, if you were a musician as I was, trying to establish an ethos about creating a real Latin-American breed of electronic music that didn’t sound like an idiot putting some congas on top of some loops, you had to be really patient and in good terms with your own suicidal tendencies, financially speaking.
Maybe Argentina and Chile had a bit more presence in the alternative dancefloors due to talented musicians and DJs that made a name in Europe such as Franco Cinelli, Pier Bucci or Ricardo Villalobos. But if you were a Peruvian, living in Colombia and heading to Mexico as I was, things looked much tougher.
But here we are. As we said in the very beginning, the world doesn’t need another dance music label, especially the Third World. But we did it anyway.
Eight CDs and 15 digital releases in a decade are not a lot, but they speak clearly about how carefully we choose the music we release. Whenever we believe in an artist or a track, we support that music with all our heart, playing it, spreading it no matter how difficult that is nowadays, in a polytonal world where everybody is able to make himself heard, for the good or the bad.
Now we live in Mexico City. Razz, another ex-pat, from Argentina joined me a couple of years ago and we spend long hours listening to demos from Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Venezuela… sometimes we DJ our catalog in clubs in the city, the country, the continent – and we can’t help smiling when we realize that hundreds of people dance frenetically to this music we Latin-Americans love and understand. It’s very likely that no German or UK label would ever listened to the dudes we release, maybe yes… anyway, we are here for the love of our music and our culture and we hope we can survive many more years doing exactly the same.
01 Razz – Altiplano (Argenis Brito Remix)
02 Monopolar – Me Preocupan Otras Cosas (Original Mix)
03 Miguel Toro – Kurduca (Piek Remix)
04 Israel Vich & Miki Gonzalez – Los Boras (Original Mix)
05 Jay Haze & Guajira – Guajira (Special Edit)
06 Signal Deluxe & Donovan – More Love & Sweet Divine (Original Mix)
07 Pablo Decoder & Capo – Imposible (Club Edit)