Archive for November 9, 2011
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
Shares Lady Gaga Remix
“Trouble” Single Out Now in the US
Check Out TEED’s Remix of Lady Gaga’s
“Marry The Night” HERE
Watch TEED’s Introductory Short Film HERE
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs just wrapped up a North American tour following his busy week at CMJ, but the UK-based producer (nee Orlando Higginbottom) is still hard at work. Yesterday, he posted his official remix of Lady Gaga’s track “Marry The Night,” which will be released on Gaga’s forthcoming Marry The Night single package.
TEED also collaborated with the t-shirt company Twelve Bar on a line of limited-edition t-shirts. Check out the full line, featuring 21 of TEED’s own designs over at Twelve Bar’s website.
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs swings between overt musicality and scarily on-point dance floor intuition, tearing up gigs around the globe with his live show of bizarre instruments, glitter cannons and of course… dancing dinosaurs. He’s also been quite busy as of late, having recently traveled to the Congo with Damon Albarn to be one of the producers for his DRC Music project, which sees a release via Warp on October 4th.
The extraordinary track Organismo was produced by two Italian artists: the DJ & producer Luis Radio and the masterly organ player and Hammond-aficionado Raffa Scoccia. While the organ sounds give it a very special jazzy feel, the thriving beat won’t fail to make people sweat on the dancefloor.
The unique flavour of Organismo caught the attention of some of the biggest names in House / dance music such as Louie Vega ,Timmy Regisford, Tony Humphries & Joe Clausse who fully supported the tune.
Earlier this year Organismo was included on Louie Vega’s Mad Styles and Crazy Visions 2 compilation also released on BBE.
The Best Of Disco Demands
A Special Collection of Rare 1970s Dance Music Compiled By Al Kent
Probably Demo version,click to listen
Heavy D, a rapper whose imposing size and crossover success helped make him a major rap star, died Tuesday afternoon at a Los Angeles hospital. According to confirmed reports, the 44-year-old rapper was found conscious on the walkway near his Beverly Hills home around 11:25 am when a 911 call was placed. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead at 1 p.m. PST. Police are investigating, but foul play is not suspected.
Grandmaster Flash was one of the first in the media to relay the news when he took to Twitter, saying “I was just told Heavy D passed away.” That message created a snowball of reactions — and prayers — from fans.(billboard report)