Archive for January 6, 2011

David Lynch ‘Good Day Today’ (Official Video) + ‘I Know’ (Official Video)

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***Official Video – Winner of the David Lynch video competition***

Director: Arnold de Parscau
Cinematography: Jonathan Bertin, Antoine Bon
Actors: Elia Blanc, Jean-Christophe Bouvet, Brigitte Aubry, Sarah Barzyk.

Almost 450 were entered into the competition to create the official music videos for David Lynch’s single ‘Good Day Today / I Know’m released on Sunday Best Recordings

This fantastic video directd by Arnold de Parscau was chosen by David Lynch as the winner for Good Day Today from a shortlist of 10 finalists.

The response to this competition was amazing with almost 450 videos published and some fantastic creativity and talent on display.

Single available now on iTunes:
and Deluxe formats available to buy on

David Lynch ‘I Know’ (Official Video)


Diamond Gloss – Bears

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Release Date: January 25, 2011
Bears is the debut album of Gonçalo Pereira, under the alias Diamond Gloss. His sound and melodies incorporate elements of modern classical, electronica, idm, ambient, and post-rock music with live instrumentation.
Pianos, micro-beats, effects-treated guitars, music-boxes, lo-fi strings arrangements and other acoustic instruments such as glockenspiels are the vehicles that shape this carefully produced and layered, non-linear quest. His influences travels among modern composers such as Arvo Pärt and Henryk Górecki, the ambient experiments of Brian Eno or his peers Autechre, Hammock, Sigur Rós, Helios and Múm.
Bears takes the listeners on a journey through landscapes and environments that oscillate between contemplative, tender sometimes mournful symphonic melodies and gleeful, joyful and explosive moments

Track List

1 – I Am Black And Blue All Over
2 – Canadians
3 – Walnut And Trees Tables
4 – Filter Fat Corner
5 – Argyle Square
6 – Glasses
7 – Step Piece
8 – Fawns


Rihanna ft Drake-What’s My Name? (Jazzsteppa Remix) Stream

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Out on BBE 10.01.2011

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Spoek Mathambo-Don’t Mean To Be Rude( incl.Scratcha DVA/Don Rimini remix)on BBE

Georg Levin-Intangible EP

Yoruba Soul Mixes – Rock Wit U by DJ Jazzy Jeff feat. Erro

Georg Levin-Intangible EP

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Released: 2011-01-10

Intangible EP – The Bonus Tracks” features two songs that were previously only available on the vinyl LP of Georg Levin’s album “Everything Must Change”. Here the songs feature the instrumental and dub versions as well as BBE chief Peter Adarkwah’s album pick “I need to understand”.
“Intangible” is Georg’s band’s favorite song and became the opener of his live shows this year. For both the band and the audience this rather slow but infectious groove is a great warm up that puts everyone into the right gear. Listening to it on your car stereo is highly recommended.
“That Girl” is a Stevie Wonder song from the beginning of the 80s that some people might remember. As Georg puts it: “When Stevie Wonder’s ‘Original Musiquarium’ came out I was about ten years old. My godfather gave it to me and I listened to it all the time. Without knowing that it was a collection of songs from more than a decade ago, I did notice that some songs sounded to me, different than the othe! rs. It was the time when Stevie Wonder changed his organic 70s sound into his drum-machine driven 80s setup, while the songwriting more or less remained the same. ‘That Girl’ was one of the songs that marked that change and I often wondered later on how this would have sounded if Stevie came up with it a few years earlier. So the initial idea of my cover version was to ‘seventy-fy’ this song – but at the same time to put it into a modern context. The thing missing here is Stevie’s original voice, that’s why it didn’t make the CD album.

Heavy Hawaii Drop New Video On Impose

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Art Fag Recordings is elated to be dropping the latest video from San Diego’s beach-pop outfit Heavy Hawaii. You can check out the shenanigans of “Better” here courtesy of Impose Magazine.

Shot and directed by Ash Eliza Smith (Beaters, Lemonade, Los Campesinos and regular VBS.TV contributor), the video chronicles a typical pixie dust filled night for Matt Barajas and his fellow Heavy Hawaii cohorts. Come follow Heavy Hawaii over the course of a prom-themed house party in Southern California that would make Brian Wilson blush.

It’s safe to say that ever since 1968, when Dennis Wilson invited Charles Manson in as an extended houseguest, it’s been common knowledge that summery, shimmery surf-pop is firmly in possession of a dark side. It should therefore come as no surprise that Heavy Hawaii, a San Diego based band currently surfing the sonic wave, are still exploring the murky, slightly sinister side of the genre. The band brings their signature lazy hazy day on the sidewalk next to the beach sound to their upcoming 12″ release on Art Fag Recordings, presenting eleven tracks swirling with atmosphere and featuring harmonies that would make Gidget swoon and then promptly spike the lemonade.

Download:Jamie xx – In The Mix for BBC Radio 1

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Download:Jamie xx – In The Mix for Benji B

Timmy Thomas — Why Can’t We Live Together
Zomby — Tarantula
Jamie Woon — Night Air – Becoming Real Remix
Koreless — M.T.I.
James Blake — I Mind
Cassie — Must Be Love – Jacques Greene’s Marriage Proposal Mix
Mount Kimbie — Before I Move Off
Rui Da Silva — Touch Me – Chopped and Screwed
DJ Choko — Stealth Drums
Jamie xx — Far Nearer – The Knife Bootleg
Beach House — 10 Mile Stereo
Crazy Cousinz — Inflation – Chopped and Screwed
Tanya Stephens — Can’t Touch Me No More
Dj A B — Darbuka
Harmonic 313 — Problem 7
Lumidee — Never Leave You
Adele — Rolling In The Deep – Jamie XX Shuffle
Gil Scott Heron and Jamie XX — One Take

Via pinglewood