Archive for Maya Jane Coles
Forged in the fire of recent studio sessions for Tiga’s next artist album, ‘Let’s Go Dancing’ is the collaboration between the Canadian producer and Audion aka Matthew Dear. An epic in all senses of the word (the full version clocks in at 9 minutes), ‘Let’s Go Dancing’ is a brilliant piece of hypnotic, primal techno.
Tiga’s new album, of which Matthew is the lead producer, will be released in 2014. The as yet untitled album follows 2009’s ‘Ciao!’ the fruit of 15 months of collaborations with Soulwax, Jesper Dahlback, Gonzales, Jori Hulkonnen, Jake Shears and James Murphy.
Rave survivor, electro upstart and someone who appreciates a good mascara, Tiga is musical evolution personified. Over the past few years, Tiga has repeatedly toured the globe and further bolstered the international reputation of his record label, Turbo. In November 2012, Tiga unleashed a brand new mix LP ‘Tiga Non-Stop’, that featured three original tracks ‘The Picture’ – released on Crosstown Rebels for their anniversary / 100th release – ‘Track City Bitch’ and his last single, ‘Plush’. Remix-wise, he’s reworked Depeche Mode, the xx, Jamie Lidell, Alter Ego, Fever Ray, Moby and most recently, Duke Dumont.
Matthew Dear (aka Audion) is an electronic-music innovator, DJ and live performer, and the founder of label Spectral Sound (sister imprint to Ghostly International). Dear’s dark alter ego Audion first emerged in 2004, unveiling a trilogy of singles that would ultimately re-align today’s techno sound. In 2006, Audion followed the series with the breakthrough club anthem ‘Mouth To Mouth’, a constantly ascending work of art that has captured the imagination of DJs and fans in all club genres worldwide. 2013 has seen the return of the Audion sound, with new material forthcoming.
FEAT. WILL HEARD
‘SONNENTANZ (THE SUN DON’T SHINE)’
RELEASED 18TH AUGUST
More info HERE
Originally an instrumental that first bubbled away on the underground late last year before becoming a No.1 singles chart and radio airplay hit across Europe, ‘Sonnentanz’ is the work of Austrian house duo, Klangkarussell aka Tobias Rieser and Adrian Held. To date, the instrumental has amassed over 25 million views on YouTube.
‘Sonnentanz’ now features a killer vocal from 21 year old British rising star, Will Heard, the hotly tipped singer/musician gaining recognition for his blend of jazz, folk and soul. Having taken time out to travel through Cuba, Argentina and Brazil, Will returned to the UK last year and signed a publishing deal with Trevor Horn’s Perfect Song. He’s recently been in the studio writing and recording new material with the likes of Billy Mann (P!nk John Legend), Justin Parker (Lana Del Rey, Rihanna, Ellie Goulding), Baby Daddy (Scissor Sisters, Kylie Minogue), and Future Cut (Lily Allen, Rizzle Kicks).
The vocal version will be released on 4th August via Island Records.
Remixes come from Jakwob, Ben Pearce and more
Download:Maya Jane Coles -XLR8R Podcast 300
01 Lund Quartet “Sequoia”
02 Citizen “Came Through” (MadTech)
03 Douglas Greed feat. Delhia de Frace “Sense” (Upon You)
04 Giuseppe Favia “Sensation” (Dark Side)
05 Franskild “Majestic Mountains” (Sweat It Out!)
06 Sei A “Wants” (Seinan)
07 Rey Aguilar “It’s Not Over (Nick Devon Remix)” (Cromarti)
08 Maya Jane Coles feat. Kim Ann Foxmann “Burning Bright” (I/AM/ME)
09 Lee Burton “Breath (Lake People Remix)” (Klik)
10 Feindrehstar “Vulgarian Knights (Maxi Version)” (Musik Krause)
11 Dapayk Solo feat. Camara “Back to Me (Single Version)” (Mo’s Ferry)
12 Eskuche & Nu Sky “Detroit” (TLK)
13 Remute “Gravity?”
14 Sono “Keep Control (H.O.S.H. Remix)” (Kontor)
Having made a triumphant return late last year with their critically acclaimed album ‘There Were Seven’, The Herbaliser are looking forward to a busy summer doing what they do best, delivering the best live funk, soul, hip-hop, breaks and beats show around.
The South American production team have delivered two very different remixes, the first of ‘Crimes & Misdemeanours’ under their Lopez tag, keeps the hip-hop tempo, adding just a touch of electro grit and bass weight to proceedings.
Then as LPZ they turn ‘The Lost Boy’ into a solid house number, showing off the skills that made their 1983 EP, DJ Mag’s ‘Disco Single of the Month’ and won them supporters from DJs around the world.
Having recently remixed LOGO (for Kitsune) and Compuphonic (for Get Physical) and dropped an acclaimed 12″ on Loungin’, LPZ return to Body Work this summer, with their new EP that is already getting played by the likes of Maya Jane Coles.
The Herbaliser – The Lost Boy (LPZ Remix)
The Herbaliser – Crimes & Misdemeanours (Lopez Remix)
Flow Festival, based in Helsinki have dropped their latest line-up, which includes legendary post rock band Godspeed You! Black Emperor. One of rock’s most emotive collectives returned this October after nearly a decade in hiatus with album ‘Allelujah! Don’t Bend! Ascend!’ which proved that its uncompromising but atmospheric expression was still the best in its genre.The band’s ever-ambitious visual displays will be in full force at Flow, where a film will be looping with the force of four 16 mm projectors.
Also added are dream pop duo Beach House, one of the most successful indie acts in recent years, their last two albums ‘Teen Dream’and ‘Bloom’ for the legendary Sub Pop label saw them perfecting their misty sound and scored them fans across the globe. Next up are critically acclaimed electro Finnish act K-X-P who are setting the international standard of indie psychedelia.
The latest line-up will be joined by the already announced Kraftwerk, The Knife, Kendrick Lamar, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Solange, AlunaGeorge, Disclosure, Haim, Mykki Blanco, afro beat hero Ebo Taylor, Karenn, Maya Jane Coles, Todd Terje, Azealia Banks, Finnish electro outfit Sarah Kivi & Non Orchestra and Goat at Helsinki’s historic Suvilahti - a disused powerplant built at the turn of the century this August.
Karin Park shook up the underground in 2011 with the release of her critically acclaimed EP ‘Tiger Dreams’. Reigniting Sweden’s electronic scene with her own injection of dark, synth driven goth-pop, Karin is regarded as Scandinavia’s hottest new export.
With a Norwegian Grammy already securely in her clutches and a growing army of fans and fellow musicians and DJ’s supporting her every step, Karin has earned her status as an awe-inspiring live artist having caused a flurry of excitement with recent performances across Europe supporting dance floor royalty Azari & III and SBTRKT while bathing festival goers at Lovebox and The Great Escape in her brooding electronic beats and signature spell-binding vocal.
Karin’s next single, ‘Thousand Loaded Guns’ mixes slick, ultra-modern production with staccato synths that ooze retro vibes; Karin breaths her velvety vocal across the melting bass line sweeping the track skyward. The track has received incredible early support from R1’s Nick Grimshaw and R2’s Jo Whiley, while the ever-growing plethora of championing DJ’s includes Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Rob De Bank and Giles Peterson.
5th UK Gary Numan support – Reading
6th Vogue’s Fashion Night Out, Top Shop In-store (DJ Set)
7th UK Gary Numan Support - Norwich
Matthias Tanzmann crafts fabric 65 into a chunky and mesmerizing episode of the definitive compilation series. Featuring classics (Silicone Soul‘Right On, Right On’ Tanzmann remix) alongside current cuts (Maya Jane Coles ‘Not Listening’) entwined together in his own unique style, the mix is an insight into a longstanding hero of the house music community.
“The first records I bought were 90s techno from German labels like Harthouse or EyeQ. Later in the mid 90s I discovered house when I listened to stuff like St. Germain ‘Boulevard’ or Matthew Herbert´s ‘Around The House’. Especially listening to Matthew Herbert performing live with Dani Siciliano – that blew my mind.”
Tanzmann embeds elements from these influences into his own musical personality. An atmospheric mix, it retains a solid drive throughout from the steady pace of Monkey Maffia’s deep and melodic ‘Sources From The Past’ to the mischievious groove of ’Butt’ from Jeff Moore & Jamie Lie A Kwie. Gathering speed as the story unfolds into the hypnotic and sultry tones of Alexis Cabrera’s ‘Everything’ before the percussive explosion of Just Be’s ‘Rain Come Down’ makes a climactic end.
“fabric is one of the greatest clubs with one of the best sound systems in the world. Playing there to me is always a pleasure and honour and compiling a CD even more. In my mix I wanted to show music that touches me right now, and at the same time won’t be so popular that it will be out of fashion after this year. I would like the CD to be enjoyable for many years to come.”
Tanzmann grew up in Leipzig, Germany during the time the Berlin Wall came down. His early years saw massive political upheaval around him and so the rawness of electronic music easily took hold of him while still at school. During his studies he began various ventures into production and started his infamous Moon Harbour record label twelve years ago, long before Berlin was an epicenter for house and techno music. His second imprint Cargo Edition was started six years later around the time he was asked to be a resident at Circo Loco DC10 Ibiza, a title he still retains. A true professional in a world of excess, Tanzmann remains one of the pioneers of his sound yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Cat no: fabric129
Released: Monday August 20th, 2012
- Minimono – Venus [Cargo Edition]
- Clockwork & Avatism – One Trick Pony [Dumb Unit]
- Monkey Maffia – Sources From The Past [Freude am Tanzen]
- Maya Jane Coles – Not Listening [DJ Kicks]
- Matthias Tanzmann – Konoa [Moon Harbour]
- Shenoda – The Question [Hypercolour]
- Davide Squillace feat. Alex Nazar – Do Somebody [This And That]
- Jeff Moore & Jamie Lie A Kwie – Butt [EC / N.E.W.S.]
- Silicone Soul – Right On, Right On (Matthias Tanzmann Remix) [Soma]
- Guido Schneider & Florian Schirmacher – In The Toilette (Philip Bader Remix) [Moon Harbour]
- Alexis Cabrera – Everything [Mindshake]
- MFD – MFD 1.3 [MFD Records]
- Just Be – Rain Come Down [Maison D'Etre]
Matthias Tanzmann will perform at the launch party for fabric 65 at fabric London on Saturday 6th October with Craig Richards, Clockwork, Terry Francis, Carl Lekebusch, Paul Ritch (live) and more.