Download: R.I.O “What If”(MRK1 REMIX) WAV. via Sendspace
You can catch MRK1 this month in the following cities:
1st April – Sheffield
15th April – Lemington Spa
23rd April – Antwerp
29th April – New York
Archive for March, 2011
Download: R.I.O “What If”(MRK1 REMIX) WAV. via Sendspace
Download:Aeroplane vs. Friendly Fires vs. Giselle (Flight Facilities Edit)
31ST MARCH – 24TH APRIL
Australia’s Flight Facilities embark on a European tour with stopovers in Denmark, Sweden, England, Portugal, Georgia, Spain, Bulgaria, Switzerland and Italy.
Flight Facilities capped off 2010 with a Kitsune Maison milestone 10th compilation, an SMAC Award nomination for Best Song of 2010 and finished in the top 20 of Australia’s biggest radio poll, Triple Js Hottest 100. Flight Facilities’ tracks also appeared on Ministry Of Sound compilations and the highly regarded Hotel Costes series.
As well as their original productions they have remixed Cut Copy, Foals, The C90s, James Curd, Bag Raiders, Sneaky Sound System, The Lowbrows and Holy Ghost.
Quickly stepping into the touring DJ role with almost 50 sets in 6 months ranging from intimate 200 person nightclubs to 15,000 person crowds, Flight Facilities’ journey has carried them on tours across Europe and Japan and numerous festival slots.
They’ve also seen blessings via Aeroplane’s amalgamation of Friendly Fires and Flight Facilities featuring Giselle, a Moopjaw directed music video featuring a transgender model and Karen O’s costume designer Christian Joy and won praise from celebrity blogger Perez Hilton.
31st March, Copenhagen, Denmark
1st April, Aarhus, Denmark
2nd April, London – Ministry Of Sound
3rd April Parachute Club, Tiblisi (Georgia)
7th April, Milano – Rocket
8th April, Sofia, Bulgaria, DJ Mag Party
9th April, Bern – Club Bonsoir
14th April, Lisbon – Panic
15th April, Barcelona – Razzmatazz
16th April, Mollorca – Cassette
21st April, London – Koko
22nd April, Stockholm – Debaser
23rd April, Malmo – Debaser with Friendly Fires (Live)
24th April, Bressen / Bressanone – Club Max with Punks Jump Up
3024′s West Country themed takeover climaxes with the 2 previously unheard tracks from one man genre Addison Groove. Marrying hyper kinetic drum programming and dusty-crate dwelling loops to gauzy electronic textures and introspective breakdowns has marked the artist formerly known as Headhunter out as exactly the kind of resolutely unclassifiable Producer 3024 set out to support, and the below tracks are the strongest evidence yet of the increasing refinement of the Addison Groove sound.
‘It’s Got Me’ opens with broken window Rhodes twinkling & primal toms locked into an increasingly intricate call & response routine with whiplash snares. Multiple vocal splices break the surface as each voice is submerged under constantly shifting synth drones, Roland sonar blips and Swiss watch percussion before bursting back through with metronomic bludgeon.
Flipside ‘Minutes Of Funk’ inverts the disorientating murk of it’s predecessor by anchoring proceedings around an instantly recognisable refrain and drizzling humid analogue fuzz over the top, while the shared engine of pounding toms, machine gun hats and well concealed 808 hits provide 5 minutes of relentless interstate momentum.
Wrapped around the physical version is probably Erosie’s most elaborate sleeve design yet, with the chromatic splicing a perfect partner for the contents it flamboyantly protects.
Vanity Theft Announces New Single, Launches Remix Contest+Free Downloads incl.Chrissy Murderbot’s “Limb From Limb”RemixPosted in News with tags Adamant Records, Chrissy Murderbot, Dance, Download, Dubstep, Electronic, Experimental, Free Download, Girlie Action, Limb From Limb, Listen, MP3, New York Post, Press Release, Promotions, Rattle Rattle, Vanity Theft, Vigilante Music on March 30, 2011 by emn extramusicnew
“Rattle Rattle” Available April 26th
via Adamant Records
“…super catchy, newly edgy and ridiculously fun dance tracks”- New York Post
Download the FREE MP3 ,
Ohio’s hard-rockin’ quartet Vanity Theft has been hard at work lately- the band is fresh off a nationwide tour with Hunter Valentine, which culminated with several SXSW shows and now a four week residency at Los Angeles’ famed Club Moscow, being the first band in over four years to be invited to a residency there. Their full-length album Get What You Came For came out on March 1st via Vigilante Music/Adamant Records, and now they’re happy to share the news of a new single and remix contest for their fans!
They’ll be releasing the “Rattle Rattle” single on April 26th, which will include remixes by HOUSES, Jesse Christenson and Tiny Bill. On top of that, the band is launching a remix/mashup contest in conjunction with Laptoprockers.com.
The contest lasts from March 30-May 20th- here’s a note from Laptoprockers regarding their partnership with Vanity Theft:
“Laptoprockers are very happy to have Vanity Theft aboard for this remix contest. With five sexy songs to remix, this is our biggest contest to date! Thanks to Ableton and D16 Group Audio Software there are great prizes to win, while the best remixes are eligible for inclusion on Vanity Theft’s remix album due out this Summer. Not to mention the bonus prize for the best Vanity Theft mashup! Who needs a bigger challenge for Spring?”
Here’s a little more background on Laptoprockers:
Since their inception in 2006 Laptoprockers are shaking the web with remix contests, remix contests and more remix contests. With their comprehensive remix contest listing, Laptoprockers are the longest running independent remix contest resource webwide. Other daily topics include interviews, album reviews and anything related to music (making) in the digital domain. We Are Laptoprockers!
Fans can enter the contest here, so feel free to spread the love!
Catcher in the Rye
(YAP Records; March 21, 2011)
Download “California” (Souldrop remix) MP3 Now!
The Most Extravagant Single in History Out Now
Alongside Secret Musical Opus, California EP
For the past decade Norway’s DATAROCK have melded indie dance, new wave, pop, and funk into a custom sound responsible for a steady stream of unforgettable tracks and performances. Now DATAROCK has released Catcher in the Rye, the most extravagant single in history on March 21! In addition, the band has revealed a secret EP titled California. The EP features a Souldrop remix of title track bringing the anthemic song crashing into the dancefloor. The track can be found on the SUPER7 designer toy and the super secret California EP which features excerpts from the forthcoming opus, DATAROCK – the musical! Imagine a cross between The Monkees, ‘This Is Spinal Tap’, ‘Revenge of the Nerds’, ‘Borat…’, ‘Flight of the Conchords’, ‘The Hangover’ & ‘Dude, Where’s My Car?’. Terrible? Terribly awesome!
Download the “California” (Souldrop remix) MP3 here.
California and Catcher In the Rye are available digitally on iTunes and the Catcher In The Rye single also comes as a designer toy with a USB stick that features 110 tracks, 1500 photos taken at their shows in 33 countries, 20 music videos, and Never Say Die, a brand new hour-long concert film. The USB features the EP, the new album Music For Synchronization, both of their previous albums with bonus tracks, the new Lost and Found b-sides and rarities compilation, 15 new instrumentals, and the 40 track remix album Mixed Up. The toy was created by Brian Flynn at Hybrid Design and San Francisco based pioneer company SUPER7. Fans can purchase the 4GB designer toy on SUPER7.
Free Download:They Live -Dimark(Exit Records)
Their album launch is taking place at The Nest on Tuesday
Exit Records: They Live album launch
Tuesday 5th April
9pm – 2am
LINE UP – Youngsta, dBridge, Consequence, Loxy, Code 3 & SP:MC
Volkova Sisters is based on the songwriter duo, Daniel Sandor and Dalma Berger. They began this project 2 years ago based on the passion and respect of the dark wave sounds from the 80′s. Think of the shimmering distortions of My Bloody Valentine combined with dreamy landscapes of Cocteau Twins. The name was dedicated to William Gibson, the father of cyberpunk, Volkova sisters are one of the main characters from his book Pattern Recognition. Their first LP, Venus Robot will be released by EMI in certain European territories at the beginning of may.
30th march CORNER BAR, Burbank 22:00
1st april FØØL’Z GØLD [www.7seven7.tv] (LA) event: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=197196426968100
4th april 19:45 WHISKEY A GO-GO (LA)
Stream Music at Soundcloud
Volkova Sisters: World Without Delight (Official Music Video)
Volkova Sisters : Early (Live at Metropol Budapest)
Portland beat maker and vocalist Natasha Kmeto has been on the upswing since the release of her latest album Expressor. Her live performances have been making waves, most notably supporting legendary acts such as Morcheeba, Meat Beat Manifesto, and making her debut appearance at LA’s groundbreaking Low End Theory club night. Portland’s foremost authority on beat music, devonwho took one of the more sultry tracks off of Expressor and flipped it into a deeply hypnotic and emotive remix that let’s his meticulous production stand tall while keeping the intended feeling of the Natasha’s vocals intact. Overall a fine demonstration of what Portland has to offer.
Download(Track of the Day):Natasha Kmeto-A way to love me (devonwho remix)
” Louis La Roche is super! 4/5 (Bart B More)
” HUGE RELEASE. TYP support for sure. Love it love it love it” (The Young Punx)
Blende – One Sided (Louis La Roche Innovation)
With its insistent techie groove and 80s goodtime funk breaks, ‘Egypto’ leads the pack, while ‘One-Sided’ comes on like Hall & Oates let loose with a slew of busted 808s
With remixes of Chemical Brothers, Gorillaz and Ducksauce under his belt, Louis La Roche, takes the original and adds his own unique brand of lip-smacking Parisien funk in inimitable style.
Blende ‘Egypto/One-Sided is on full release from 16th May
With limited promos on Beatport from 28th March
Dave Spoon: “love this.. on my spooncast for sure!”
Cold Blank: “Great release! Lovin’ these tunes. Will definitely bump the Louis La Roche remix”
Loose Cannons: ” Yeah I like this. Something a bit different but still club-friendly. Breath of frrrrrrrresh air.”
Blende – One Sided (Louis La Roche Innovation)
“Just remember that Medicine Babies is the name of the album dropping…and it’s gonna be dope.”– RCRD LBL
No stranger to the New York underground scene, No Surrender is gearing up to release their intricate sophomore effort Medicine Babies (June 16th, 2011, ZerOKilled Music). Blending hip-hop, electro, soul, synth-pop, and indie-rock, No Surrender’s spanning sound is genre-bending . Produced by former Tricky muse singer Costanza Francavilla and European production team Radioclit (Santigold, M.I.A The Very Best), Medicine Babies will be featuring several guests including TV On The Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe.
No Surrender’s members, Seraphim, Steeples, and Gnomad, banded together during the 90s, co-hosting the famous Revenge of The Muse parties at venues such as Brownies, CBGB’s Gallery, and Baby Jupiter, before Guiliani’s New York took its stronghold. Sharing the stage with Mike Ladd, Antipop Consortium, Stiffed (Santigold’s former band), and Apollo Heights, they proved to be a New York staple.
After self-releasing their critically lauded debut, White Power Black Magic, No Surrender was put on hold- due to good news. Eddie Steeples became a permanent cast member on NBC’s My Name Is Earl, playing Darnell/Crabman. Shelving unfinished tracks they began working on, Seraphim participated in different projects (including guesting on tracks for Evil Nine and Infesticons) until Steeples finished filming. Picking up right where they left off, but adding years of experience and influences, No Surrender took on producer Costanza Francavilla to finish Medicine Babies in the ZerOKilled studio in Brooklyn.
Check out the Pitchfork premiere of “Silver Hall”,which features Tunde Adembipe of TV on the Radio, and production by Radioclit.The premiere also includes the fantastic video for “Godda Get It”. Medicine Babies’ first single, “Godda Get It” premiered last year, and also features production by Radioclit. The track, which RCRD LBL called “a groping, grimy jam sticky with parking-lot feedback, Rick James-esque yelps, and fuzzy synths,”.