Archive for September 20, 2011

YOU LOVE HER COZ SHE’S DEAD – Self Titled Album – Released on CD on 31 October on Glasstone Records(Stream album+free download)

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Brighton-based duo YOU LOVE HERE COZ SHE’S DEAD’s album on Glasstone Records is out now digitally and available on CD October 31st 2011.

YOU LOVE HERE COZ SHE’S DEAD’s album release follows an iTunes featured ‘Hot Picks’ debut EP, singles, remixes & compilations on Kitsuné, EMI & Glasstone, and music appearing on films (Teen Wolf) and TV Shows (Skins).

The album is a collection of 10 tracks (some re-worked and some brand new) that Elle & Jay felt made sense together and are a good representation of their collaborative creative efforts.

The album was entirely produced and mixed by YLHCSD and mastered at The Exchange in London by Nilesh Patel (Daft Punk / Justice / Mr.Oizo / Björk / Underworld).

LISTEN to the entire album

YOU LOVE HER COZ SHE’S DEAD have been warming up live this year with acts like SLEIGH BELLS, UFFIE (Ed Banger), HUORATRON, FLUX PAVILION & BLOOD RED SHOES at various UK shows & European Festivals.


High Contrast featuring Tiësto and Underworld “The First Note Is Silent”

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Annie Mac debuts the new single from High Contrast “The First Note Is Silent” featuring Tiësto and Underworld.

Remember Remember Announces New Album via Mogwai’s Label+ New Video

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Remember Remember To Release New Album On
Mogwai’s Rock Action Records, Share New Video

Based in Glasgow, Scotland, the instrumental ensemble Remember Remember has announced the details for their second album, The Quickening, which will see a US release on October 11th through Mogwai’s Rock Action Records. To coincide with the news, the band is sharing a new animated video from Scottish-based animator Becky Manson for one of the album’s tracks, “Scottish Widows.”

Remember Remember’s musical journey, one that began as one guy on stage with a loopstation and a bag of toys, now finds them here with The Quickening, a powerful and exciting listen that promises live experiences just as thrilling.

Recorded in early 2011 at Chem 19 Studios, Scotland against a background of tumultuous global events, The Quickening sees Remember Remember return with the same seven-piece group heard on last year’s “RR Scorpii” EP. The Quickening is still a playful, colourful record- the music dives deeper into darker, psychedelic territories hinted at on “RR Scorpii.” Pagan waltzes, apocalyptic Egyptian surf and Middle Eastern modes mingle with somber pianos and bleak string interludes, concluding with a duo of songs- “One Happier” and “John Candy,” both bittersweet and stratospheric, creating an ending made of pure, bright light.

The band has has been playing elaborately staged shows in and around Glasgow for the past few years and has been producing some of the most epic-sounding and ambitious music we’ve heard in a long time. The band will appeal to fans of Mice Parade, Animal Collective and Bjork, along with artists such as Philip Glass, Brian Eno and Yann Tiersen.

Nero Announce The Premiere Of Their New Live Show – North America Dates Announced

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Dates include NYC, LA, Atlanta, Vancouver, Denver, Baltimore+ more

” Nero’s Joe Ray and Dan Stephens ache to bestow post-dubstep with its can-you-believe-this-shit? flash of stadium-size euphoria, enhancing (or defiling, depending on your perspective) the genre’s bass-heavy payload with trancey synths and wailing vocals,- Charles Aaron, Spin

“Welcome Reality” will inevitably soundtrack thousands of summer and fall blowouts. …Nero understand how to make things burn.”
-Jeff Weiss, Los Angeles Times

“Glorious, splinter-thin moments when a sound is both free to do whatever it wants and still functioning as a new power source…”
– Sasha Frere-Jones, New Yorker

Nero, aka North West London producers, remixers du jour, DJs and artists Dan Stephens and Joe Ray, now one of the biggest names in both dubstep and drum and bass released their indie/dubstep hybrid smash single Promises on August 8th. Promises stormed straight to the top of the UK charts, knocking Cher Lloyd off the top spot. Their debut album Welcome Reality followed the week after and did the same. Released on Chase and Status’ label MTA, Welcome Reality is quickly approaching Gold. The album features the global smash ‘Me and You’, underground hit ‘Innocence’ and recent single ‘Guilt’. Following this success, Nero announce their debut live tour in both the UK and US.

This summer saw Nero DJ on tours through out the UK and US and appeared on various dates on this summer’s Identity Tour, plus all major UK music festivals including Glastonbury, Bestival, Reading, and Wireless. To celebrate the release of their debut album they are about to premiere their monster of a new live show in North America and are booked for an intensive run which includes stops at NYC’s Webster Hall and Monster Massive in Los Angeles. The live show sees Dan and Joe performing on keyboards, touch screen lemurs and laptops, and are bringing along guest performer Alana on vocals. It is a visual led performance and see’s them performing from a custom build booth consisting of Ghetto Blasters, retro TVs, old amps and an arcade machine centre piece. Additional DJ dates are also announced.

In addition, Nero are proud to reveal “Welcome Reality – The Game”, the first time a game has been combined with an album sampler and integrated into Facebook to put you in the game. Inspired by the arcade game featured in the video for hit single “Me & You”, this classic retro beat ‘em up features 6 tracks from the album, offering fans a tantalising first listen to “Welcome Reality”. Check out
Following their UK headline dates through October, Nero will be supporting Tinie Tempah on his Autumn arena tour and are about to release their brand new single Crush on October 17.

Nero recently teamed up with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and Joe Duddell (the composer behind Elbow & the Halle for 2009 Manchester International Festival) to perform a new commissioned piece titled ‘Dubstep Symphony’ on Monday 6th June. The unprecedented collaboration was simulcast live from 7pm across BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1Xtra and co-hosted by Zane Lowe and MistaJam.

‘Guilt’ charted at number 8 and ‘Me and You’ charted at number 15 and was the most played record on Radio 1 for three weeks in a row. Nero featured on the BBC’s Sound of 2011 music poll and various other influential tips for 2011 lists.

2010 found Nero winnning Beatport Awards for Best Dubstep Act and Best Dubstep track for “Act Like you Know,” and receiving nominations for BBC’s Sound of 2011, XFM’s Sound of 2011, and Music Week’s Top 15.

Catch them live at:


Oct 26 – Burlington, VT – Memorial Auditorium (dj set)
Oct 27 – Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom (dj set)
Oct 28 – Magna, UT – The Great Saltair (live)
Oct 29 – Los Angeles, CA – Monster Massive (live)
Oct 31 – Denver, CO – 1st Bank Center (live)
Nov 2 – Milwaukee, WI – The Rave (live)
Nov 4 – New York, NY – Webster Hall (live)
Nov 5 – Baltimore, MD – Soundstage (live)
Nov 6 – Atlanta, GA –The Masquerade (live)

“Déjà Vu”Lorenzo Panico

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“Déjà Vu”
Lorenzo Panico
Electric Sheep Recordings – ESR039
Release Date: 17 Oct 2011

Four unique interpretations of Lorenzo Panico‘s “Déjà Vu” make up this exceptional release from Electric Sheep Recordings.

Track one sees this seasoned Italian producer and DJ invite his friend Memz to deliver a spoken word intro. Reflecting on his narcotic experiences and questioning the baffling concept and mysterious sensation of “Déjà Vu“. Lorenzo complements this monologue with an understated, enticing and seductive groove led house cut.

Track two “Piano Groove” has Panorama Bar written all over its infectious 90’s NY house tinged face, whilst the “Instrumental Mix” allows Lorenzo to dabble further with his more techno influenced vibe, offering a solid slice of tech house.

Closing the release with “Dub Mix“, the atmosphere on this returns to that of track one. A warm bassline, coupled with exceptionally tight percussion, is soon met with disembodied and haunting stabs of synthesized samples, whilst subtle, disenfranchised glass pads and the wonderful sound of the theremin add a sense of other worldliness to the production.


Apparat – The Devil’s Walk (stream)

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Marcel Dettmann mixes timeless techno on ‘Conducted’

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Music Man Records is proud to present the long awaited second mix-cd from Marcel Dettmann, resident at the notorious Berghain club in Berlin since it’s oldest incarnation as Ostgut and a key artist on their label Ostgut Ton.

Marcel Dettmann’s previous mix-cd was named best mix-cd of 2008 by Resident Advisor and last year he released his debut album ‘Dettmann’ to high critical acclaim. In the meantime he’s also built the profile of his own label MDR, and is a hugely in demand remixer for the likes of Emika, Ellen Allien, Radioslave, Scuba and O/V/R.

The tracklist of ‘Conducted’ includes a mixture of new to be discovered talents, alongside older ready to be re-discovered gems, and those you may expect such as Sandwell District, Redshape or Shed. ‘Conducted’ is simply a timeless mix from one of the most important DJs and producers of the current techno scene.

artist: Marcel Dettmann
title: Conducted
label: Music Man, BE. (Distributed by N.E.W.S., BE.)
date: 14.11.11

1. Sandwell District – Immolare (First)
2. Signal – Wismut
3. Roman Lindau – Sub Suggestion
4. Mono Junk – Channel B
5. Reel By Real – Sundog
6. Bluemoon Productions – Night
7. The Analogue Cops – Why You Love Me
8. Vril – V3
9. Milton Bradley – Don’t Phonk
10. Silent Servant – El Mar
11. Morphosis – Too Far
12. Redshape – The Lesson
13. Shed – Hello Bleep!
14. Cheeba Starks presents The Toupe Committee – GoGo Bop (A Trip To The Bodega)
15. O/V/R – Post-Traumatic Son (Ben Klock Wave Mix)
16. FBK – Nanomal
17. Answer Code Request – Escape Myself
18. Shed – 44A (Hard Wax Forever!)

Tracklist 12’’ sampler

12” sampler 1:
A1. Bluemoon Productions – Night
A2. Morphosis – Too Far
B1. Signal – Wismut
B2. FBK – Nanomal

12” sampler 2:
A1. Cheeba Starks presents The Toupe Committee – GoGo Bop (A Trip To The Bodega)
A2. Answer Code Request – Escape Myself
B1. Vril – V3
B2. The Analogue Cops – Why You Love Me