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BOT & TAI: “Nuthin But Fire” EP Out Now on Dim Mak Records(Stream)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , on September 20, 2013 by E.N.

BOT & TAI “Nuthin But Fire” EPProducers BOT (formerly of the world famous Crookers) and TAI join forces on the newly released Nuthin But Fire EP, available now on Dim Mak Records.

Combining BOT and TAI, two producers from starkly different backgrounds and genres, could be risky. Instead, the result of this sort of collaboration evolves beautifully with the release of the Nuthin But Fire EP, four tracks of teamwork genius. Totally unique and impossible to categorize, the Nuthin But Fire EP stands heads above the rest with its blend of jungle and ‘90s breakbeat sounds. In the presence of two producers who truly understand what it means to make groundbreaking music, Nuthin But Fire blazes through the speakers and provides a sound that is unforgettable.

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Wax Motif drops new Dirty Dutch #MusicMonday Mixtape(Free Download)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 17, 2013 by E.N.

Wax Motif drops new Dirty Dutch #MusicMonday MixtapeFollowing mixes from the likes of Dzeko & Torres, Showtek & Carita La Nina, Dirty Dutch presents the latest episode of their #MusicMonday mixtape series, made by Sydney-born DJ/Producer Wax Motif. Currently in high demand with his fresh mixing style, this new mix tape sees him debut a sizzling new electro house selection.

The mix focuses around the prominent bass lines and abrasive electro-influenced synths of the modern electro house scene with an energetic, eclectic and electronic vibe. It features Tom Staar’s remix of ‘Paper Aeroplane’ by Francesco Rossi, his own edit of ‘Sweaty Shirts Miracle’ from Gum Me vs Coco and his collaborative remix with Yolanda Be Cool – ‘We’, as well as ‘Computers’ by Etienne De Crecy, which is smoothly mixed into Tommy Trash’s ‘Monkey In Love’.
Wax Motif is at the top of his game in the electronic dance music world, with successful releases on Mixmash, Strictly Rhythm, Dim Mak, Fools Gold, Southern Fried and Mad Decent, receiving support from Tommy Trash, Diplo, Switch, A-Trak, Laidback Luke, Nicky Romero, Chuckie,  Steve Aoki, Adrian Lux and more. His remix of Chuckie & JunxterJack’s ‘Make Some Noise’ made it to the No. 1 spot on the Beatport Dubstep chart and now he returns to Dirty Dutch with this thumping electro set.
Tracklist:
1) Bang! – Alex M.O.R.P.H & Isa-Ae
2) Paper Aeroplane (Tom Starr remix) – Franceso Rossi
3) Gilliap (Wax Motif remix) – Rebecca & Fiona
4) Dreaming (The Chainsmokers remix) – Smallpools
5) Chase Bad Habit (Wax Motif edit) – Sick Individuals vs OnePhatDeeva
6) Alienz (Botnek remix) – Dallas K
7) We, Computers (Yolanda Be Cool & Wax Motif remix) – Etienne De Crecy
8) Monkey In Love – Tommy Trash
9) Sweaty Shirts Miracle (Wax Motif edit) – Gum Me vs Coco
10) Starlight – Don Diablo
11) Big Knobbler – Peo De Pitte & Nom De Strip
12) Troubleman – Roger Sanchez & GTO
13) Pop That Impact (Wax Motif edit) – Mumbai Science vs Crookers & RVBA
14) Hush Hush – Wax Motif & Yung Skeeter
15) Reload Silence (Zack Edward edit) – Tommy Trash & Sebastian Ingrosso vs Delerium

Waze & Odyssey -Turn The Volume On / Rejected

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on August 22, 2012 by E.N.


Waze & Odyssey
Turn The Volume On / Rejected
[Body Work]
10.09.12

Since quietly uploading a few clips onto Soundcloud in January it’s fair to say that things have snowballed for Waze & Odyssey. EPs for Southern Fried, PetFood, Wolf Music, Sccucci Manucci and Body Work, plus remixes for Dan Le Sac, Discolusre and Damon Martin have all followed in quick succession, picking up plaudits from press, DJs and public alike.

Their Sccucci Manucci EP topped the Juno sales chart, they scored two ‘Singles of the Month’ in DJ Mag (the C’mon EP on Body Work and their remix of Damon Martin), been supported by everyone from Annie Mac on Radio 1, Sinden on Kiss FM and pirates everywhere and were even recently commissioned to remix a track off the forthcoming Tekken console game.

Ahead of the first release on W&O Street Tracks, their own vinyl label, in September the duo of Firas Waez (Caze Nove) & Serge Santiago (Radio Slave and Retro/Grade) return to Body Work with two tracks of their trademark bumping, shuffling New Jersey garage influenced house music that has seen them compared to the likes of Azari & III and house legends Murk.

Guaranteed to cause maximum bump n’ grind on the dancefloor ‘Turn The Volume On’ and ‘Rejected’ further cement this duo’s position as one of the most exciting new acts around today.

Since it’s launch in February 2012 Body Work has quickly established itself as one of the most exciting new labels around with releases from artists such as CSY & Stripes, LPZ, Waze & Odyssey and Aashton & Swift all finding their way into the boxes of some of the biggest DJs around.

The 2 Bears Share New Mix, Debut Album Out Today via DFA Records!

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 31, 2012 by E.N.

The 2 Bears Share New Mix, Debut Album
Out Today via DFA Records!

 

Be Strong Available Today via DFA Records

Download The 2 Bears’ 80 Minute
“Whatever The Weather” Mix 
HERE

Today sees the US release of The 2 Bears’ debut album, Be Strong, which is available on vinyl and CD from the DFA store, and digitally via iTunes. In celebration of the full-length release, the Bears are sharing a new mix, “Whatever The Weather,” which premiered onSpinner RPM. The mix features new tracks from DFA labelmates Factory Floor, as well as tracks from Armand Van Helden, Henrik Schwarz, Gino Soccio, Davina and more. You can still snag the first free single from the album, “Work,” via DFA’s Soundcloud too!

The 2 Bears Share New Single “Work” + Announce 2 Remix EP’s, Album Out 1/31 via DFA

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 9, 2012 by E.N.

The 2 Bears Share New Single “Work,” Announce Two
Remix EP’s, Debut Album Out 1/31 via DFA Records

Debut Album, Be Strong,Comes Out
January 31st via DFA Records

Download the “Work” Radio Edit via DFA’s Soundcloud and Watch the Music Video HERE

The 2 Bears, comprised of Joe Goddard (Hot Chip) and Raf Daddy, has announced the release of their debut full-length, Be Strong, which will come out digitally on January 31st via DFA Records, with the physical release following in the spring. Today, the band has announced two EP’s for “Work,” and are giving away the album version of the track.

The first Work EP is due out January 24th, and includes a remix by St. Etienne, a 2 Bears dub mix, and b-side “Shake Down.” The second Work EP follows on February 7th, and features remixes by Toddla T, Oliver $, and Sona Vabos.

A London record through and through, Be Strong ducks and weaves to the myriad sounds of the city, as The 2 Bears pursue the perfect party record.  Raf Daddy (aka Raphael Rundell) met Joe Goddard (taking time out from his day job as one fifth of Hot Chip) through a party scene that saw them share deck duties at the legendary Greco-Roman parties. Upon venturing into the studio in an attempt to replicate some of the records that they’d lost themselves in the night before, Raf found himself laying down vocals over Joe’s skipping, bassomatic backing tracks safe in the knowledge that they’d soon be replaced by someone with sweeter, more melodious tones. In the end, it was Raf’s voice that characterized and personalized The 2 Bears.

Over its ten tracks, Be Strong conjures up that elusive spirit of the dancefloor without pretension, and with ultimate precision. It’s a soul record in that it’s from the soul, wearing its imperfections with pride. It’s a dance record in that it’ll get you off your seat. It’s a London record in that it couldn’t have come from any other city in 2011, echoing the glorious schizophrenic sound of a late night cab ride listening to a radio with a mind of its own.

With minimal effort and maximum respect from their peers, tracks began to be hammered in clubs and on radio by the likes of Andrew Weatherall, Erol Alkan, Pete Tong and Annie Mac.  This summer’s Bear Hug EP cranked things up yet another notch with Chris Moyles giving the track some early morning airings and Elton John and Paul McCartney declaring themselves fans.

The 2 Bears: Work EP Stream+Free Download

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 5, 2012 by E.N.

The 2 Bears Stream New EP In Full, Give Away New Track ‘Time In Mind’

Ahead of the release of their debut album, Be Strong, The 2 Bears’ (Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard and Raf Daddy) have this week released their new single Work. The video and entire Work EP (including remixes by Toddla T, Oliver $, Supabeatz and Franky Rizardo) are now available to be streamed below

More INFO HERE

Download Time In Mind for free via their Facebook

 

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Watch the video: http://youtu.be/IU5-XJ-X99c

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The 2 Bears (Joe Goddard + Raf Daddy) Announce Debut Album via DFA+Work Video

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 14, 2011 by E.N.

The 2 Bears (Joe Goddard + Raf Daddy) Announce
Debut Album via DFA Records, Share New Video (
HERE)

Debut Album, Be Strong, Comes Out
January 31st via DFA Records

The 2 Bears, aka Joe Goddard (Hot Chip) and Raf Daddy, has announced the release of their debut full-length, Be Strong, which will come out digitally on January 31st via DFA Records, with the physical release following in the spring. The band has shared a new music video for “Work,” the first single from Be Strong, which you can check out on DFA’s vimeo page.

A London record through and through, Be Strong ducks and weaves to the myriad sounds of the city, as The 2 Bears pursue the perfect party record. Alongside tracks like “Be Strong,” “Church” and the mighty “Bear Hug” – a pummeling treatise on the benefits of the peak time dancefloor cuddle. Raf and Joe mutate genres into previously unheard territories of dancehall country on the bouncing prison yard lament “Time In Mind” and garage reggae on “Heart Of the Congos,” a track that manages to simultaneously channel both Wookie and early ‘80s Madness before placing them each at a system in the heart of Notting Hill Carnival at dusk.

Raf Daddy – aka Raphael Rundell – met Joe Goddard (taking time out from his day job as one fifth of Hot Chip) through a party scene that saw them share deck duties at the legendary Greco-Roman parties. Upon venturing into the studio in an attempt to replicate some of the records that they’d lost themselves in the night before, Raf found himself laying down vocals over Joe’s skipping, bassomatic backing tracks safe in the knowledge that they’d soon be replaced by someone with sweeter, more melodious tones. In the end, it was Raf’s voice that characterized and personalized The 2 Bears.

Over its ten tracks, Be Strong conjures up that elusive spirit of the dancefloor without pretension, and with ultimate precision. It’s a soul record in that it’s from the soul, wearing its imperfections with pride. It’s a dance record in that it’ll get you off your seat. It’s a London record in that it couldn’t have come from any other city in 2011, echoing the glorious schizophrenic sound of a late night cab ride listening to a radio with a mind of its own.

With minimal effort and maximum respect from their peers, tracks began to be hammered in clubs and on radio by the likes of Andrew Weatherall, Erol Alkan, Pete Tong and Annie Mac.  This summer’s Bear Hug EP cranked things up yet another notch with Chris Moyles giving the track some early morning airings and Elton John and Paul McCartney declaring themselves fans.

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