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“Kitsuné Maison 9” promo video – The Battle! Nils vs Alazne

Posted in Promotions, Video with tags , , , , on March 31, 2010 by J.D.

The Battle!  Nils vs Alazne
It’s now time for the second promo tool of Kitsuné’s wonderful compilation:
Kitsuné Maison 9 – “Petit Bateau Edition or The cotton Issue”

The video is directed by Director Loïc Prigent & Fabien Constant.
All clothes in the video are taken from the new Autumn Winter 10 collection: “Kitsuné Ivy League”
All music in the video is to featured on
Kitsuné Maison 9 “Petit Bateau edition or the Cotton issue”

Kitsuné Maison 9
The Petit Bateau edition or The Cotton Issue
Various Artists
Release date
April 26, 2010


01: WASHED OUT “Belong”
02: GAMBLE & BURKE “Let’s Go Together”
03: PENGUIN PRISON “Animal Animal”
04: JAMAICA “Short and Entertaining”
05: CROOKERS feat. YELLE “Cooler Couleur”
06: JUPITER “Vox Populi (LIFELIKE treatment)”
07: YUKSEK “Supermenz (We’re Not)”
08: FENECH-SOLER “Stop And Stare”
09: TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB “Something Good Can Work (The Twelves remix)”
10: LOGO “La Vie Moderne”
11: SILVER COLUMNS “Brow Beaten”
12: HOLY GHOST! “Say My Name”
13: HURTS “Wonderful Life (ARTHUR BAKER remix KITSUNÉ edit)”
14: GYPSY & THE CAT “Time to Wander (JOAN OF ARC remix)”
15: FELDBERG “Dreamin’”
16: YOUR NATURE “Forward Motion”
17: THE GOOD NATURED “Your Body is a Machine (ZEBRA+SNAKE remix)”
18: MONARCHY “The Phoenix Alive (THE OCTANS edit)”

“Kitsuné Maison 9” will be released April 26, 2010 on Kitsuné. Pick it up on iTunes, Amazon, Beatport, eMusic, and other fine digital outlets.

PROMO 011 HR: Jubilee w/Noah Pred(FREE Download), Deepak Sharma + Dieter Krause remixes

Posted in Electronic, Promotions, Techno, Video with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 30, 2010 by J.D.


Dopamine Promo from Hidden Recordings on Vimeo.

Hidden Recordings welcomes up & coming Washington DC-based producer Jubilee to their roster with the delightfully sinister Dopamine EP. Featuring remixes from Thoughtless Music’s Noah Pred and Hidden’s own in-house production team of Deepak Sharma & Dieter Krause, this single is the first in a series of quality releases from the label due out in 2010. This release is comprised of two original Jubilee compositions: “Dopamine” and “Histamine”. The pair of tracks are remixed by Pred and Sharma & Krause respectively.

New York City’s Hidden Recordings has provided a wide range of techno to hundreds of DJs and fans since 2006.  The label’s sound ranges from deep techno to atmospheric chill-out with quirky grooves and has been played everywhere from big room gigs and festivals to smaller lounges and early morning terraces.
RELEASE DATE: April 2010 – vinyl; May 2010 Digital
Dopamine (Original Mix)
A loping Philly-style house bass line and tight vocal editing give this track a warm, funky feeling that bounces. Handclap sounds gives the original a nice  dynamic and a complete, organic touch that falls somewhere between main room funky house and its deeper, late night cousin – tech house.
Dopamine (Noah Pred Remix) download
Pred carves a different path on his re-working with a darker, noisier vision that is more in line with his own Thoughtless imprint’s interpretation of techno. Science fictional machinations whirl around deep synth pads and a much less amiable version of Jubilee’s original bass line. The results will have dance floors treading through a syrupy haze of early AM speaker dust.

Histamine (Original Mix)
On “Histamine”, Jubilee takes a more synthetic approach with buzzsaws of ascending minimal beats and a skeletal bass line pounding out a relentless and dreamy groove. The insistent pulse here compels listeners like a irresistible siren song.

Histamine (Deepak Sharma & Dieter Krause)
Label founders Sharma and Krause knock one out of the park on this wicked slice of assembly line techno. Detroit and Dusseldorf techno influences battle it out for supremacy on a tough-as-nails production from this talented duo.

Born in Casa Blanca, Morocco, Jubilee grew up listening to his father play instruments and old records. Ten years ago, Jubilee came to the U.S.A., bringing his culturally infused sense of rhythm, beats, and sounds to the streets of DC as a club promoter for Panorama. His interest in becoming a DJ started when he would watch the DJs play for 6 hours a crack, just watching every movement, learning. In 2001, DJ Alex Kelly was playing at DC’s former club, Spot. Jubilee was watching him play until the DJ handed the headphones over. Stunned and feeling like a daydream, Jubilee put on the headphones and started mixing. Daylight couldn’t come faster. As soon as he could, Jubilee went out and bought about ten records and asked Alex if he could open for him until he got to the club. Shortly after, he bought his first turntable set. Everyday, Jubilee would just play the records over and over and over again. Listening. Feeling the sound and making it work. Jubilee has been creating impressionable sounds over the past two years, gearing toward becoming one of the music’s up and coming artists. Between his live performances and unique DJ sets, Jubilee has created quite a following in DC, earning credibility with some of the industry’s top venues. Support has been a phenomenal instrument is generating Jubilee’s success. With pal Gabriel Rojas and residency with Mnmlife, Jubilee has put together events premiering local and global talents and played with artist such as Josh Wink, Adultnapper, Mr. C, and Matthias Tanzmann. The more you follow, you’ll see it’s more than just music.

Producing dance music and performing live for the past ten years, Noah Pred emerged from Vancouver’s underground as a sought-after techno DJ with a sophisticated sound and unique style.  Devoted to authentic and soulful strains of techno in all its permutations, Noah’s sound continues to evolve while remaining firmly driven by the dance floor. Since his first records were released, his productions have received international support, garnering critical acclaim while moving dancefloors across the globe.  As a DJ and live act, he’s toured throughout Europe and North America, performing alongside such diverse artists as Josh Wink, Mathew Jonson, and James Holden. After a three-year stint in Montreal working for Consigned Recordings while holding a residency at Stereobar, Noah relocated to the West Coast to produce his field recording based techno full-length, ‘Ecocosm’, which was soon released on New Kanada. Exploring his compositional versatility, Pred launched the Shen project in 2004. Geared towards digital downtempo, electronic dub and emotive IDM, Shen provided a creative outlet for productions that roam beyond the borders of clubland.  Noah’s debut Shen full-length, ‘Outlines’, was released on Native State Records in late 2006. Now based in Toronto, Pred has developed a loyal and devoted following for his potent DJ sets while running the digital imprint Thoughtless Music from his studio headquarters.
The press has taken notice of Deepak Sharma and Dieter Krause’s rising popularity, with DJ Times placing them on the cover of the April 2009 issue along with a feature piece on the label.  AOL Music’s compared their sound and style to minimal techno giants Lusine, Superpitcher, Booka Shade, along with Alex Smoke and Gui Boratto.  In addition, they have been reviewed in prominent magazines such as XLR8R, DJ Times, Time Out New York, MixMag (UK), Trax (France) and Raveline (Germany).  Support has come from all over the globe, with major artists such as Pier Bucci, Butane, Argenis Brito, Alexi Delano, Maetrik, Ambivalent, Barem, Noah Pred, Gregory Shiff, Patrick Bateman, Derek Plaslaiko and Eric Cloutier all supporting the duo’s music.
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Free MP3: Dam-Funk “Do U Feel The Same Way I Do”

Posted in Beats, Electronic, Video with tags , , , , , , , on March 28, 2010 by J.D.

Another track from Dam-Funk’s free download series.  Straight from the lab & unmastered, the tentatively unreleased “Do U Feel The Same Way I Do”.

MP3: Dam-Funk “Do U Feel The Same Way I Do”

Dâm-Funk Interview Special from DAMIEN NEVA on Vimeo.

Roni Size & Reprazent with William Goodchild Live In Concert at Colston Hall, Bristol

Posted in Concerts, Drum n Bass, Grime, Live, Promotions, Video with tags , , , , , , , , on March 25, 2010 by J.D.

Roni Size and and acclaimed composer William Goodchild combined their creative forces with the Emerald Ensemble Chamber Orchestra, a Gospel Choir, and Ronis own band, Reprazent, for a unique, one-off performance at Bristols Colston Hall.
A full DVD will be released alongside the new album.

Roni Size Is BACK, This Time Live,Check It OUT!!!

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Surkin-Silver Island EP (Listen)

Posted in Electronic, Nu Disco, Video with tags , , , , , on March 22, 2010 by J.D.

Our Favorite Surkin is back with another New Break High Energy style Monster.
Easy action is brand new song from his new EP Silver Island, out 22nd of March

Pendulum Immersion new album listen+WaterColour (Emalkay Remix)+tour dates 2010

Posted in News, Video with tags , , , , , , , on March 16, 2010 by J.D.

Pendulum are a revolutionary Drum and Bass Rock band who incorporate both scenes to create the ultimate in music, After originally coming across from Australia to live at a friends house with next to nothing they have now taken the worlds music charts by storm with some excellent music.

Pendulums first album Hold Your Colour which sold millions of copies has some of the now legendary club anthems including Slam, Tarantula and Sounds of Life.

They didn’t stop there though, they have mixed all types of music genres from Coldplay’s Violet Hill to Metallica’s Master of the Puppets to one of their more recent remixes of Plan B’s Stay too Long.

Their second album In Silico featured a different sort of tone incorporating more rock and electronic into the songs instead of the more recognised drum and bass.

Pendulum have recently announced their new 2010 tour which will feature tracks from the brand new pendulum album Immersion

Massive Remix from our favorite dubstep,dubpolice producer Emalkay
Pendulum – WaterColour (Emalkay Remix)

Preorder and Buy Pendulums upcoming third album Immersion first here.

Rusko – Woo Boost(Video)

Posted in Dubstep, Video with tags , , , on March 16, 2010 by J.D.

Official video for Rusko’s Woo Boost! Single plus remixes at itunes now – Look for Rusko’s debut album, O.M.G.! out on Mad Decent, May 2010.

Andreas Tilliander – Medication/Stay King (Video)

Posted in Dub Step, Dub Techno, Video on March 11, 2010 by J.D.

Tracks Medication and Stay King is taken from the EP Showtime out on vinyl the 10th of feb 2010 and digitally on Beatport exclusive the 10th of march.
Get it here adrian recordings:

Matthew Herbert – Leipzig (new VIDEO)

Posted in Video on March 9, 2010 by J.D.

This is the premiere(fact exclusive) of the eye-popping new video from Matthew Herbert, for new single ‘Leipzig’, telling the story of “a young man’s hedonistic adventures in club land”.

Herbert has been commissioned by venerable classical imprint Deutsche Grammophon to produce the next in their series of Re:Composed series. He follows in the footsteps of Carl Craig & Moritz Von Oswald and Jim Tenor, and has chosen – as he puts it, “rather foolishly” – to take on Mahler’s 10th symphony.

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‘Tron Legacy’ Trailer Premier+New Daft Punk in Trailer

Posted in Movie, Video on March 9, 2010 by J.D.

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While lots of fake MP3s claiming to be “new Daft Punk music from Tron!” have come and gone over the last few months, we finally have our first real taste of the French duo’s score for the forthcoming Tron Legacy. In the second half of the new trailer for the sequel to the 1982 cult classic, we hear a ridiculously huge pulse that sounds like Human After All ripped on gallons of muscle milk. The thing looks amazing, too.

Tron Legacy, featuring Oscar winner (!) Jeff Bridges, is out December 17 (in 3D!) from Disney. Watch the trailer below and download an iPod-friendly version of it here and a maxed-out 1080p version here.(pitchfork)

The first peek at Disney’s 3-D sequel starring Garrett Hedlund delivers the frenetic techno-punk energy fans expect.

Light cycles, laser discs and vintage arcade games — everything old is new again in “Tron Legacy,” this December’s 3-D sequel to the classic 1982 science-fiction film, “Tron.” After the film’s first official trailer opened wide in theaters last weekend, Disney has released it online this week, so viewers at home can witness the same frenetic techno-punk energy that fans have anticipated since the project was first announced at Comic-Con in 2008.

The trailer begins as “Tron” veteran Alan Bradley (Bruce Boxleitner) explains to young Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund) that he’s received a signal from Sam’s missing father, Kevin (Jeff Bridges), the computer-programming protagonist of the first film. The information leads Sam to his father’s old arcade, a place that hasn’t seen action in 20 years. There, Sam discovers Kevin’s secret workroom and is inadvertently drawn into a digital world filled with vicious competitions and equally ruthless competitors. Wearing the white-and-blue uniform that his father wore nearly 30 years earlier, Sam eventually encounters Kevin, a broken man far removed from his heroic and youthful appearance in “Tron.”

Weeks ago, the “Tron Legacy” trailer premiered at special 3-D screenings around the country as the culmination of a viral campaign initiated on the Web site The trailer, which offers the first extensive look at characters played by Hedlund, Olivia Wilde and more, is playing before Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” on 3-D, IMAX and regular screens.

In January, “Tron Legacy” director Joseph Kosinski told MTV News that the film’s 3-D approach has less in common with James Cameron’s immersive “Avatar” than it does with “The Wizard of Oz,” in the sense that 3-D effects will be relegated to the Tron world rather than the film’s reality-based scenes.

“When you make a movie, you can only make the movie that you would want to see,” Kosinski said of his approach to the sequel. “For me, it was taking what I loved about the first film, which was the design elements that Syd Mead and Moebius [a.k.a. Jean Giraud] did, which I feel is timeless, and extrapolate it forward 28 years. We’re saying in the world of the computer, it’s been thousands of years and it has evolved.”(MTV)

“Tron Legacy” debuts nationwide on December 17, 2010.

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