Archive for June, 2011

Download:Lindstrøm xlr8r Podcast 204

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Download:Lindstrøm xlr8r Podcast 204
01 Teen Inc “Fountains” (Teen Inc)
02 Kirsty MacColl “A New England” (Stiff)
03 Turns “Time” (VME)
04 John Klemmer “Ecstasy” (ABC)
05 Brian Briggs “I Want It” (Bearsville)
06 Intergalactic Touring Band “Heartbreaker” (Harvest)
07 Wally Badarou “One Day, Won’t Give It Away” (Barclay)
08 Bernhard Jobski “Pu 94” (Polydor)
09 Edward Larry Gordon “All Pervading” (Universal Sound)
10 Big Louis “French Kiss” (Living Beat)
11 Clair “Ya Papa” (Sun Trek)
12 Gino Vannelli “Appaloosa” (A&M)
13 Kowalski “Ultradeterminanten” (Virgin)
14 Phil Lynott “Yellow Pearl” (Phonogram)
15 Earth and Fire “Singer In the Rain” (Qcumber)
16 David Matthews “Space Oddity” (CTI)

MAL019: Mochipet’s “Spacezill​a” +free downloads

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 29, 2011 by dk

Mochipet, founder of seminal glitch hop label Daly City Records, has taken time from his busy schedule to churn out a blazing hot new EP for MalLabel Music!

Spacezilla is a danceable West Coast bass music masterpiece, chock full of fantastic and funky rhythm and whomp. Mister Pet presents listeners with 3 original tunes, “Spacezilla,” “Planetary Paleon Pet,” and “For When the World Ends.”

The title track is a swank and swinging stepper that enjoys 2 dynamic rerubs by veteran remix tag team Skulltrane and Fresh Young Minds and up and coming glitch designer Konekta. “For When the World Ends” enjoys a retooling by the skillful and amazing Udachi. Rising West Coast bass music hero Minnesota steps up to tackle a remix of “Planetary Paleon Pet.”

If you want to know what it would sound like if a giant purple dinosaur from California were in space designing funky original beats for you to shake your ass to, then let Mochipet show you how it’s done! Sure not to disappoint, the Spacezilla EP on MalLabel Music is on it’s way to you direct from somewhere outside Earth’s atmosphere, due to touch down and rock the world in T minus 10!

FREE DL of Spacezilla (FYM & Skulltrane RMX) Exclusively w BWomp:

Spacezilla (Fresh Young Minds & Skulltrane RMX):


Planetary Paleon Pet (Minnesota RMX):

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POPOL VUH revisited & remixed (Video)

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more on POPOL VUH revisited & remixed HERE

Art vs. Science Returns To U.S. For Summer Tour+Free Download

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Art vs. Science Returns To U.S. For
Summer Tour, Shares New Remix!

Magic Fountain EP Out Now!
Download the Thieves of Aon (New Wave Acid
Remix) of “Magic Fountain”


Art vs. Science U.S. Tour Dates
08/11 Miami, FL – Electric Pickle
08/12 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
08/13 Chicago, IL – North Halsted Market Days
08/14 Chicago, IL – Empty Bottle
08/18 Tucson, AZ – Club Congress
08/19 Phoenix, AZ – Brick
08/20 Mexico City, Mexico – Voila Acoustique
08/21 Vancouver, BC – Fortune Sound Club
08/23 Portland, OR – Doug Fir
08/24 San Francisco, CA – Bottom Of The Hill
08/25 Sonoma, CA – Ampitheatre
08/26 San Diego, CA – Casbah
08/27 Los Angeles, CA – Sunset Junction
(w/ The Hundred Days, Art Brut, Butthole Surfers, Melvins)
08/28 Tacoma, WA – Grit City Fest
Australia’s Art vs. Science made waves here in the U.S. when they came over for SXSW and a subsequent tour earlier this year, and now the experimental dance punks are back with a tour that sees them traversing the States coast-to-coast. The band will play several festivals along the way, with several big club dates rounding out the tour.
In celebration of their return, the band is sharing Thieves of Aon’s New Wave Acid remix of their track, “Magic Fountain.” Thieves of Aon is the DJ moniker of rising stars and fellow countrymen Strange Talk, definitely give it a spin!
Art vs. Science has built a huge following in their native country off the back of two independently released EPs (one Gold, one Platinum) thanks to their off-the-wall live show that has seen them ascend to almost-headline status at festivals around their native country.
The band makes dance music made for Marshall stacks. Imagine AC/DC throwing robots in a drum shop. The songs that comprise the EP are huge, off the wall, unrelenting dance tunes that sound like hypercolor jams forged from sleepless nights  and ADD (partly because they are).

Labrador Records – Pallers Offer Free Mp3 Single and Announce Debut Album

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Labrador Records set to release PALLERS widely anticipated debut LP “Sea of Memories” (September 27, 2011)

After three years spent in apartments, basements, villas and cabins in Pallers, La mar, Stockholm, Miami and Cape Town the duo has completed their debut album ”The Sea of Memories” (out Sept. 27). The massive single ”Come Rain, Come Sunshine” is released on July 26. Free MP3 below, enjoy!

MP3:Download ‘Come Rain, Come Sunshine’
“The pair continue to display a preternatural gift for electronic pop, and while they may prefer to remain ensconced in the studio and avoid the limelight, the expansive ‘Come Rain, Come Sunshine’ stands as a sky-scrapingly grand gesture.” NME

On Exactly four minutes “Come Rain, Come Sunshine” changes from weird, stripped down electro to grandiose dance epos with thumping percussion, massive choirs and monumental choruses.

Artist: Pallers
Title: Come Rain, Come Sunshine
Label: Labrador
Single Release date: July 26th
Album Release date: September 27th

David Morales returns with “You Just Don’t Love Me” – out today on Ultra Music

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on June 28, 2011 by dk

Dance Music Legend David Morales Returns With His Brand New Single “You Just Don’t Love Me;” out today on Ultra Music 
The first single from his forthcoming Ultra Music artist album “Resurrection”

You know all of those big room anthems currently dominating the dance music industry in 2011? Just look and listen – it’s everywhere.  It’s even spread to commercial radio where some of today’s biggest crossover hits are produced by dance music’s biggest names. Well, none of this would have been possible without the foundation built by dance music icon and the original superstar DJ, David Morales. From his experiences as both a fan and DJ at New York’s most influential clubs, to record producer and Grammy Award winning remixer, there’s a little bit of David Morales’ influence heard in each dance music bomb that goes off across the world today.  
While his past accomplishments are unparalleled, David Morales is very much about the present. Now in his fourth decade in the industry, David considers his music something that continues to evolve. This sustained growth is reflected in David Morales’ brand new single “You Just Don’t Love Me” (YJDLM) featuring the voice of Jonathan Mendelsohn. The first single culled from his third artist album – and first since 2004’s “2 World’s Collide” – “YJDLM” is a big room anthem featuring melodic keys, a throbbing electro bass line and the golden voice of Jonathan Mendelsohn. It’s a massive anthem with a crushing hook…a real song made for the dancefloor. It’s the perfect setup for his “Resurrection;” out later this summer.
“My sound has changed since I first started out, but so has the world and the technology around us. However, my identity is my culture in music. I’ve lived through different eras and all that influence adds into the mix. You have to accept and enjoy outside influences in order to evolve. I take what I experience and create my own thing. At the end of the day everything has been a mutation – from house, to electro and techno. It’s all a derivative of something else, a branch,” Morales says. 
If you wanted to speak with one person about the history and development of house music over the years David Morales would be your guy. He’s simply had his hands in nearly every facet of the industry from DJing at the most influential clubs, remixing the biggest records (he won a Grammy Award in 1998 for Remixer of the Year), producing hit records, dropping acclaimed radio mixshows, co-owning the legendary artist management company DefMix to once co-owning the beloved Montreal nightclub, Stereo.  You’d be hard pressed to find someone who knows the business and entertainment of dance music like David Morales does.
Keep an eye out in the coming weeks for more details on David Morales’ new artist CD, “Resurrection.”

David Morales
“You Just Don’t Love Me”
June 28, 2011
Ultra Music
1. “You Just Don’t Love Me (Radio Mix)”
2. “You Just Don’t Love Me (Extended Mix)”
3. “You Just Don’t Love Me (Club Mix)”
4. “You Just Don’t Love Me (Dub Mix)”
5. “You Just Don’t Love Me (Nause Remix)”
Buy “YDLM” here

30 Stereo / Montreal, Canada
02 Notte Rosa / Lido Di Spina, Italy
05 Pacha / Ibiza, Spain
07 Ushuaïa / Ibiza, Spain
08 Vereranda Club / Hvar, Croatia
15 Cavo Paradiso / Mykonos, Greece
21 Mai Tai / Tirana, Albania tbc
22 Maximus / Kotor Montenegro tbc
23 Pacha / Ibiza, Spain
02 Pacha / Ibiza, Spain
04 Aurora / Primosten, Croatia
06 Ciclope / Marina Di Camarota, Italy
10 Villa Pascià / Olbia, Italy
13 Pacha / Ibiza, Spain
14 Ku / Benidorm, Spain
18 Blu Bay / Castro, Italy
19 Turabo Society Club / Bucharest, Romania
21 Cavo Paradiso / Mykonos, Greece
29 Magic Monday’s @ Prince / Riccione, Italy
02 Maison / Toronto, Canada
03 The Flamingo / Ottawa, Canada
04 Parking / Montreal, Canada
06 Pacha / Ibiza, Spain
15 Maddox / London, England
17 Mobius / Leicester, England
18 Ministry of Sound / London, England
24 Hudbu Festival / Wirral, Merseyside, England
27 Pacha / Ibiza, Spain


Christian Smith – Cabecudas EP

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Christian Smith – Cabecudas EP
A1. Cabecudas
A2. Cabecudas Vox
B. Fugitive
(Bedrock) Bed98
Ltd Edition 12” Vinyl & Digital
Release: 04/07/11

Swedish genre-blurring techno master Christian Smith returns to John Digweed’s Bedrock label with another set of his trademark spellbinding productions. The big room vibes are most definitely flowing through these 3 choice cuts. “Cabecudas” (located in Santa Catarina, Brazil, for all you fact fans) is a track that has all the percussion-fuelled funk you could want as it builds through layers of nagging synths to a glorious hands-in-the-air crescendo in true show-stopping style. This will be a highlight in many big-room DJ sets all summer long, without a doubt. For the Vox version Smith gives the track an old-school jackin’ Chicago twist, bringing the percussion to the forefront and adding a memorable vocal loop hook to the proceedings. Meanwhile, “Fugitive” keeps the funk-factor high and focuses on a Latin percussive vibe that cannot fail to move even the most stubborn hips as it winds up the intensity with subtle ease before unleashing yet another superb hands-in-the-air moment. This is an EP you don’t want to miss out on. Christian Smith has been at the top of his game as a DJ and producer for over a decade, but despite enjoying a global reputation as one of the most evergreen performers in his field, times have never been quite as good as they are right now. While his roots lie in techno, Christian has never been a purist, favouring instead to flavour the melodic, rhythmical music he loves with doses of funk or interspersing the raw energy of his sets with inspired moments of pure euphoria. His big-room, genre-blurring sound is very much suited to the Bedrock ethos of releasing the best quality electronic dance music that goes beyond fads and fashion as this brand new EP demonstrates. With the momentum of his recent successful releases firmly behind him and with the strength of fresh inspiration driving his ambition forward, the “Cabecudas EP” from Christian Smith shows once again why he remains at the top of his game, maintaining his relevance and position at the very pinnacle of electronic music in 2011.

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