Archive for August, 2013

Joe Goddard & Boris Dlugosch – “Step Together” (Official Video)

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Yeah Boy ‘Can’t Get Enough'(Stream)

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'Can't Get Enough' from Yeah Boy
Yeah Boy, the side project of Parachute Youth’s Johnny Castro is gearing up to release debut track ‘Can’t Get Enough’ on 6th October via Baked Goods. The fruitful product of Castro teaming up with Stefan Abingdon (on writing duties) when the two became acquainted in their hometown of Putney, ‘Can’t Get Enough’ is a fresh and funky, feel-good track.

‘Can’t Get Enough’ combines uplifting vocals with an easy-going beat that just oozes summer vibes. A light funk guitar sample bounces around the beat while a catchy piano melody provides the glue; there’s more to this tune than first appears. Extremely infectious but by no means oversimplified, the blissful melodies and groovy guitar samples coalesce flawlessly to produce this fun, harmonious debut from Yeah Boy.

Download Arches rework of Whitney Houston’s ‘It’s Okay’

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Fresh on the scene, Arches have unveiled a massive, pumping rework of Whitney Houston’s feel-good classic ‘It’s Okay’.

Hailing from Belgium, Arches is a new alias for Seba (Moonlight Matters) and Jochen (Sound of Stereo) who are already turning heads with their eye-catching early productions.

The Magician has already personally requested and premiered the duo’s debut track ‘Take Me’, which provided the perfect intro to Arches forward thinking club-driven sound.

STORMSET – Just Like Fashion

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Lost and wandering in the consumerist mono-culture maze of fashion, a mysterious street artist explores the ephemeral nature of fashion through her unique paste up designs
Directed, edited & produced by Simon Hatji

Subaqueous Re:Vision

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re visionFor 3 years Isaac Cotec, aka Subaqueous, has been creating deep and lush music.
He has had 2 full albums, singles, and 3 EPs. For the new Album ReVision Subaqueous has collaborated with other electronic musicians to make a Remix album of his past works.
This new album is a perfect synthesis of Subaqueous’s past music with the sound of amazing producers from different genres and countries. The Album features tracks by Itom Lab, Govinda, Erothyme, eO, and more.
This album truly takes the undulating sounds of the water subaqueous world and puts them into new context that moves the listener to unexplored places.

Track Listing:
1. Shimmers in the Dark (Erothyme Remix)
2. Invoking (Eric Oberthaler [eO] Remix)
3. Gypsy Splash (Itom Lab Remix)
4. Divine Revision (Govinda Remix)
5. Cryptic (Icaro Remix)
6. Shimmers in the Dark (Futexture Remix)
7. Oscillations (Theta~Rhythms Remix)
8. Visions Embrace (Bless the A.M. Remix)
9. Devotion Afloat (Shortmanb Remix)
10. Exotic Vision (Cualli Remix)
11. Allure (Nossu Remix)
12. Devotion Afloat (Heavenly Father Remix)
13. Shimmers in the Dark (Itsu remix)
14. Visions Embrace (Jacko’
feat. Dashika Remix)

Mistabishi -Repulsion (Stream)

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First track to be taken from the forthcoming album “Calm” released 23rd September 2013
EMN:One of the Best albums in 2013

Stream Roosevelt’s new track ‘Elliot’

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Following 2012’s self-assured debut single ‘Sea’, Cologne’s Roosevelt is back with his debut EP ‘Elliot’, which is out on the 7th October via innovative London-Berlin based imprint Greco-Roman.
Featuring brand new material as well as the already released ‘Sea’ and ‘Around You’, the ‘Elliot’ EP is filled with the kind of smooth, Balearic electronica that we’ve come to love from Roosevelt.

Download:Imaginary People – Better Minds

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New York-based Imaginary People are pleased to drop their second single, “Better Minds” from their forthcoming self-titled debut EP available September 3, 2013. The upcoming record explores veteran songwriter Dylan Von Wagner’s fresh blend of upbeat dance tempos with a splash of Americana. Adding to the offering, the band will be performing select New York dates leading into CMJ this fall. Details below.

Download:Imaginary People – Better Minds

Imaginary People formed as a collective of individuals coming from differing backgrounds and assembled in late 2012 by core members Dylan Von Wagner[vocals], Mark Roth[guitar], Justin Repasky[keys], Joe Zdaa[drums], and supplemented in the studio and live by Grant Zubritsky [bass]. On this EP, Imaginary People seek to carve out a niche for themselves with a style designated as Dance Americana.

Recorded with Matt Boynton[MGMT, Kurt Vile] and Kevin McMahon [Titus Andronicus, Real Estate], Imaginary People found the best path to their EP was to bang it out live in a room and to keep things as raw as possible. Complimenting themselves with synth and strings, they round out their EP with a bit of the classic wall of sound and some kinetic big beats.

Track Listing:
01. Fresh On
02. Better Minds
03. Chateau
04. Gold Coast
05. Stiletto Love

Tour Dates:
09/03 – New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge


Download: SALM – Summer’s Not Over

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SALMAs SALM (Formerly known as SomethingALaMode) prepare for their September 16single release, “Prophet 21,” they are primed to set the upcoming season ablaze with their unique blend of hi octane, stylized house with a peppering of big room electro. Today, the hotly tipped Parisian duo unleahes a brand-new DJ mix, “Summer’s Not Over” to hold us over until then.

Download:SALM – Summer’s Not Over Mixtape


Daft Punk – Doin’ It Right (feat. Panda Bear)
SALM – Architecture (DWNTWN remix)
Disclosure – When A Fire Starts To Burn
Route 94 – Fly For Life
Smash TV – Whatever (feat. Cari Golden)
Todd Terje – Inspector Norse
Hot Chip – How Do You Do? (Todd Terje remix)
Alan Braxe – One More Chance (feat. The Spimes) (Lifelike remix)
The 2 Bears – Be Strong
Teenage Mutants & Kant – No One Knows
Dillon Francis – Without You (feat. Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs)
Dusky – Vanishing Point
Cashmere Cat – Mirror Maru (Feadz & Kito Remix)
Sweater Beats – MLLN DLLR

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Strong fashion leanings aside, Karl Lagerfeld featured in the group’s first single; SALM’sdebut album garnered critical acclaim from fans and peers alike back in 2009. Both Music College graduates, Thomas and Yannick adopt an academic approach to party music, infusing both their passion for Stravinski as well as Daft PunkSALM’s music combines the theatrics of classical music’s sophistication and well-arranged notes; blending them seamlessly with the kick ass attitude of rave.

Having shared the stage with fellow luminaries like The Bloody Beetroots, Gonzales, Jeff Mills, Madeon, Icona Pop and ZeddSALM’s career trajectory has been skyrocketing ever since.
After selling 15,000 copies of their first album and touring in cities from Koko in London, to Cigale in Paris and Krysha Mira in Moscow, they continue to bond with an ever increasing audience as their live performances and DJ sets are all the craze. Regulars on the fashion circuit, the duo have also played at various shows including Issey Miyake,Thierry Mugler and Chanel.
The boys are now back in the studio, putting the final touches to their highly anticipated sophomore LP titled, Endless Stairs, to be released January, 2014.

Ben Pearce – What I Might Do (Simion Remix)

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‘What I Might Do’ by Ben Pearce was one of last summer’s most enduring songs and was spun by everyone from Seth Troxier and Jamie Jones to Pete Tong and Annie Mac at Radio 1. Now the track has been freshened up with three, brand new remixes out now on Hedonism Music.