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Vato Gonzalez ft. Foreign Beggars ‘Badman Riddim (Jump)’ (Official Video) +Free Download

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 19, 2011 by E.N.


VATO GONZALEZ DROPS ‘BADMAN RIDDIM’ MUSIC VIDEO
What do a green monster, hot Japanese girls, laser beams and a shark’s vinyl attack have in common? On paper, absolutely nothing! But if you check out the brand new ‘Badman Riddim’ music video by Vato Gonzalez ft. Foreign Beggars, it will hopefully all make sense. Vato Gonzalez’ killer hook and phat bassline combined with the trademark rhymes by UK urban heavyweights Foreign Beggars make this song one of the prime candidates to be one of 2011’s biggest summer anthems. Supporters include: Annie Mac, Congorock, Pete Tong, Crookers, Skream, Chuckie, Mistajam, Zinc, Bart B More, Benga, Zane Lowe and tons of others.

Vato Gonzalez throws in some ear candy as well by offering an heavy bass driven dubstep remix of ‘Badman Riddim’ by Tru Fix & Thunderskank as a FREE DOWNLOAD! Grab your copy right here, right now!

VATO GONZALEZ ft. FOREIGN BEGGARS – BADMAN RIDDIM (JUMP) (TRU FIX & THUNDERSKANK REMIX)
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Vato Gonzalez ft. Foreign Beggars: ‘Badman Riddim’ is out June 19 on Ministry of Sound / Level Recordings. Pre-order now: http://www.bit.ly/BADMANRIDDIM

Florrie debut EP “Call 911″ / co-written with contemporary disco legend Fred Falke+free download

Posted in News, Promotions with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 9, 2010 by E.N.


FLORRIE
DEBUT SINGLE: “CALL 911” – July 19th 2010
(Extract from the compilation Kitsuné x Ponystep mixed by Jerry Bouthier)

***Free Download: Florrie – “Call 911 (BeatauCue remix) (JBAG edit)”***

***Listen: Fred Falke’s remix of Florrie’s “Call 911”***

***Watch: Florrie Drumming Jam Session 1***

Meet Florrie: as traditional a musician and performer as can possibly be, but at the same time a completely new type of independent pop artist.

21 year old Florrie is a multi-talented British and box-fresh new artist ready to make her own indelible impression on 2010’s wonderfully varied musical landscape. A drummer, singer, songwriter and guitarist, Florrie is the former Xenomania house-band drummer, and has now fought her way out from behind the band to take centre stage with her own music.

July 19th sees Florrie make her release debut with “Call 911”, the lead single to be taken from the brand new Kitsuné X Ponystep compilation CD. “Call 911,” co-written with contemporary disco legend Fred Falke, sits perfectly on an ultra-cool album that fuses pop, electro, indie, disco and more, highlighting that Florrie’s music rests at the centre of an international roll-call of fantastic modern dance-pop. ‘Call 911’ also comes with mixes by Bart B More, Beataucue and His Majesty Andre.

From picking up her first pair of drumsticks at the age of seven, and first guitar at twelve, Florrie has already chalked up over 100 live shows as a drummer, as well as playing on some of the best pop records of recent years for the likes of Kylie, Girls Aloud and Pet Shop Boys. Currently unsigned, Florrie is giving away her music via her website http://florrie.com and her tracks have become a big favorite at Hype Machine.
Tracklisting
Call 911 (Fred Falke Remix)
Call 911 (Bart B More Remix)
Call 911 (Beataucue Remix)
Call 911 (His Majesty Andre Call Me Remix)

‘Kitsuné X Ponystep’ album is released on Kitsuné on July 26th 2010

More from Kitsune at EMN

Free Mini Mix From KITSUNÉ x PONYSTEP mixed by Jerry Bouthier

KITSUNÉ x PONYSTEP mixed by Jerry Bouthier 

http://florrie.com
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www.facebook.com/florrie.music
www.youtube.com/florriemusic
www.Kitsuné.fr
www.ponystep.com
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