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Boys Noize “Out Of The Black – The Remixes”February 3rd

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 11, 2013 by E.N.

boysnoize remixesOn February 3rd, Alex Ridha AKA Boys Noize will release Out Of The Black – The Remixes, a stunning collection of remixes from the likes of The Chemical BrothersJustice and Chromeo and unreleased remixes from Audion (Matthew Dear,) OliverJimmy Edgar and MMM to name a few. The album also features the Blood Diamonds remix of ‘Got It,’ the Snoop Dogg collaboration first performed at Ultra Music Festival in Miami (view live concert footage HERE.) The video of the original, featuring the legendary rapper himself, will be released in January.

The remix album will be released on Boysnoize Records (BNR), a label founded in 2005 by Alex himself in order to retain full artistic freedom while releasing his own music under Boys Noize and other monikers.  BNR quickly became a home for multidirectional and quality electronic music and the Berlin-based anarchist collective recently celebrated their landmark 100th release from a plethora of artists such as Spank Rock, Siriusmo, Housemeister, Strip SteveSCNTSTDjedjotronic, Boody & Le1f, Peaches, UZ and of course the whole Boys Noize back catalogue of albums – debut ‘Oi Oi Oi’ (2007), follow up ‘POWER’ (2009)and latest full-length ‘Out of The Black’ (2012). In the last few months, Alex has also released his highly acclaimed FABRICLIVE 72 ( HERE) and BNR’s ‘Boysnoize Present Dance Mania’ (stream HERE.)

TRACKLISTING - ** Previously unreleased & exclusive mixes
1. What You Want (Jimmy Edgar Unreleased Dub MixAlb)  **
2. XTC (MMM Remix Boys Noize Re-Did) **
3. Missile (Boys Noize DJ Edit) **
4. Conchord featuring Siriusmo (Oliver Remix) **
5. Ich R U (Justice Remix)
6. Got It featuring Snoop Dogg (Blood Diamonds Remix) **
7. What You Want (Chromeo Remix)
8. XTC (The Chemical Brothers Remix)
9. Stop (Audion’s Acid State Mix) **
10. Circus Full Of Clowns feat. Gizzle (Housemeister Remix) **


‘Starwin’ music video HERE
‘Ich R U’ music video HERE
‘Stop’ interactive music video HERE
Snoop Dogg and Boys Noize “Got It” LIVE AT ULTRA HERE
‘Got It’ feat. Snoop Dogg HERE
‘Ich R U’ Justice remix HERE
‘What You Want’ music video HERE
Boys Noize & Housemeister “1988″ HERE

SCB – Rope / Technique (HF042)(Preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 4, 2013 by E.N.

Scuba to release new SCB single
on Hotflush in November -
HF042: ‘Rope’ / ‘Technique’

‘Update’ album to get worldwide release on 2nd December


Hotflush announce new SCB single to be released in November / Scuba ‘Update’ out 2nd December

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 29, 2013 by E.N.

HF042_Sleeve_DIGScuba to release new SCB single
on Hotflush in November -
HF042: ‘Rope’ / ‘Technique’

‘Update’ album to get worldwide release on 2nd December

On 11th November DJ, producer and Hotflush label head Paul Rose is bringing his SCB alias back to the label with new single ‘Rope’ / ‘Technique’. This will be followed by the worldwide release of ‘Update’ in December after its US release earlier this year, compiling a selection of material from Scuba’s burgeoning discography as it looks in 2013.
On the new single, Rose delivers two deep, dark and meticulously honed dance floor productions as SCB. ‘Rope’ is led by its focused percussive drive, letting layers of twisted ambience and decaying synth stabs wrap themselves around the nuanced rhythmic evolution as it penetrates the ether. On the flip, ‘Technique’ offers a looser counterpart as Rose offsets the shuffling groove against the mesmeric swing of the chords that lap against it.
The new single is the latest in a series of SCB releases this year, including original production ‘Dissipate’, which featured on the Nonplus ‘Think And Change’ compilation, and remixes for Jimmy Edgar, Arkist and Wraetlic, which Rose has dropped around a busy touring calendar, packed Hotflush release schedule and remixes of Jimmy Edgar and CLOSE as Scuba.
On 2nd December, Hotflush Recordings will then present the worldwide release of their first album compiling a retrospective of Scuba’s productions, titled ‘Update’. Here old and new fans alike will have the opportunity to get there hands on 12 of the label head’s most critically acclaimed tracks, including music from each of his three albums to-date as well as select singles.
Meanwhile, the Hotflush label has continued to tirelessly push out top quality releases from the likes of South London Ordnance, Locked Groove, Sepalcure, George FitzGerald and Dense & Pika, with Paul Woolford’s utterly infectious single ‘Untitled’ dominating the clubs and airwaves, hitting No.5 in the Beatport top 100 and successfully soundtracking the summer.
A1: Rope
B1: Technique
For more info on Scuba / SCB, please visit:

Letherette – “Restless” feat. Natasha Kmeto (Jimmy Edgar Remix)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on August 22, 2013 by E.N.

Krista Papista – Pomoiselle(Video)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on July 17, 2013 by E.N.

krista papistaKrista Papista is an electronic musician/ producer/ performer based in London. The Cypriot/ Australian Krista Papista has been producing her own material since the age of 13. Her main influences are: Elvis, Bowie, Chet Baker and Carl Jung.

Krista’s music is characterized by her soulful vocals which are accompanied by penetrating beats, cinematic sounds and raw lyrics that are fuelled with sarcasm and contradictions. Papista describes her distinctive sound as “Sordid Pop”.

Krista has performed at numerous venues around London (East bloc, 93 feet east, Candy Bar etc) and has also played at festivals around Europe (Womens International Festival, 2nd Athens Music Festival, Summer Love Fest).

In 2012 she self-released her album “Krista Papista” and has collaborated with DJ/ producerJimmy Edgar on a remix of her single “Dirty Boy Dancer”, released in April 2013. Today Papista is working on both collborative projects and material for her new album that will be released this Autumn 2013.

New Video: Hear Scuba ‘Hardbody’ in full now

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on December 3, 2012 by E.N.

hf037 SCUBAFollowing the world premiere of his new live show in London last weekend and with latest release ‘Talk Torque’ still on heavy rotation, Hotflush label boss Scuba isn’t wasting any time in returning with new single ‘Hardbody’. The single will be released through Hotflush on December 10th as a one-sided vinyl and digitally as a two week Beatport exclusive.
Premiered by Jackmaster on BBC Radio1 show earlier this month, ‘Hardbody’ has quickly become the subject of fraught anticipation. A natural successor to ‘Talk Torque’ and the latest evolution of his recent output, ‘Hardbody’ is a characteristically well-sculpted piece of dance music. Exploring a deeper house sound, the track’s lush synthwork, glacial arpeggios and soft female vocals are led by propulsive percussion and throbbing low-end.
The new single caps off a stellar year for the DJ, producer and label boss. Having released third album ‘Personality’ to widespread critical acclaim earlier this year, the Summer has been a flurry of festival slots and European wide gigs which culminated in the unveiling of his live show at Oval Space in East London. Imbued with Scuba’s innate musicality, integrity and creativity, the sell-out performance has been received overwhelmingly positively.
Meanwhile, Hotflush continues to go from strength to strength as one of the most consistent strongholds of underground electronic music. Now home to a diverse roster of artists that counts SighaGeorge FitzGerald and Shelter Point amongst its number, a burgeoning release schedule has seen recent singles from Jimmy EdgarJack Dixon and Recondite to name just a few.
A1: Hardbody
Upcoming DJ dates
7th December – Stealth, Nottingham
8th December – Stiff Kitten, Belfast
14th December – Dude, Milan (Italy)
15th December – Robert Johnson, Offenbach (Germany)
26th December – Circus, Liverpool
31st December – Summadayze, Adelaide (Australia)
1st January – Summadayze, Melbourne (Australia)
1st January – Field Day, Sydney (Australia) /

Franklin De Costa feat Anonym – Belongings

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 26, 2012 by E.N.

After a remarkably strong debut release from The Mole and Jimmy Edgar, Vitalik’s vinyl only Gold Series shows no sign of letting up the pressure. Stepping up to the mark this time is consummate sound crafter Franklin De Costa with a little help from Detroit’s illusive and intriguing Anonym.

Every now and then a piece of music comes along that defies categorization, something so original and contrasting that it commands your attention, igniting the synapses of the listener, imprinting itself on their memory. One such track was Franklin De Costa’s “Corny”. After years of listening to and playing the track, Vitalik label boss Ryan O Gorman felt compelled to contact Franklin De Costa and tell him the impact the track had on him, he went on to suggest that if Franklin were to produce another track of similar boldness and colour that Vitalik would be welcome home for it. Some time later Franklin responded with “Belongings”.
With it’s meandering 112 bpm pace and its lush, verging on sublime synth washes, Belongings is a submergence in a sea of dreamy analogue soup. Anonym delves deeper still with his fathomless Detroit rendition, slow, spacial and subliminal music at it’s best.
A. Belongings
B. Belongings (Anonym Remix)
The EP will be pressed to a very limited run of 300 vinyls and will be produced to the highest production standards featuring gold pressed sleeves and hand illustrated artwork from Italian illustrator Flavio Carbonara.

We Love Detroit by Derrick May & Jimmy Edgar out December 3rd

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 18, 2012 by E.N.

Detroit is the undisputed father of techno. Stark and powerful, the iconic sound that gave hope to an otherwise lost city spawned a global movement in music.

We Love Detroit takes a look at one of the protagonists of the story of the birth of techno “the innovator” Derrick May. Examining the journey of techno from conception, its explosion onto the international scene and back to its rediscovery by a new generation inspired by the groundbreaking journey of their hometown predecessors.

We see how almost twenty years later Jimmy Edgar and his contemporaries have taken inspiration from the City and the people who created an entire subculture and they have expanded on, making their own interpretations and once more putting Detroit on the map as one of the most important cities in the electronic music world.

Derrick May’s selection throws light on pivotal moments in techno’s formation. Tracing contemporaries that wore into the landscape to classics from masters that are still as relevant today (Carl Craig and KiNK), his Detroit is bursting with energy and desperate for change. In contrast, Edgar uncovers a new dawn for the city. His chosen tracks are still potent and raw but also majorly as yet unheard.

Label: We Love Recordings
Cat no: WLR02
Distribution: Prime
Released: Monday December 3rd, 2012


  1. John Beltran – Synaptic Transmission
  2. Yotam Avni – Pentimento
  3. Petar Dundov – Distant Shores
  4. KiNK – Hand Made (Dub mix)
  5. Kai Alce – Power Thru Pt 3 (Mush’s Sax Dub)
  6. Deep’A & Biri – Hova
  7. Carl Craig – Sandstorms
  8. Federico Grazzini – Nova
  9. Benny Rodrigues – It’s A Spiritual Thing
  10. Andres – New For U
  11. Jimmy Edgar – Let Yrself Be
  12. Lando Kai – Clockin’
  13. Jimmy Edgar – Semierotic
  14. Magda – Late Night Woodward
  15. Kyle Hall & Kero- Zug Island
  16. Coyote Clean Up – Mount Babe Bricks
  17. Noel Jackson – That You Love Me
  18. Darling Farah – Body
  19. Magic Touch feat. N Dawson – Niks Groove
  20. Kris Wadsworth – Connection
  21. Axiom Crux – When Summer Doesn’t Come


Detroit became known as the birthplace of techno in the 80´s, the catalyst for this futuristic music came in the unlikely form of the schoolboy friendships of Juan Atkins, Kevin Saunderson and Derrick May or The Belleville Three as they faithfully became known, adopting the namesake of the suburban high school where they met. What separated them from their contemporaries was their view of music. To them it was a serious philosophy rather than a simple form of entertainment.

Atkins made the first leaps in production, writing some seminal early electro tracks under his Cybotron collaboration with Rick Davies. Saunderson would go onto international commercial success with his Innercity outfit. But it was Derrick May´s mix of early Detroit electro and Chicago house beats that would become the blueprint for techno as many of us will recognize it today. After a short burst of production as Rhythim Is Rhythim between ´87 – ´89 tracks like “Nude Photo” and “Strings of Life” put May on the international map. And though his release schedule all but halted during the 1990s, he continued DJing around the world and honed Transmat  into one of the most respected techno labels in the world.

Detroit as a city fell into steady decline after the collapse of the auto industry, as Detroit experienced heavy economic downfall, many of the middle-class white families fled to the suburbs in what is called the “white flight” of the early 70s while middle-class black families were displaced by the de-gentrification of once securely middle-class black districts. Detroit Techno as a genre created a newfound, integrated club scene in Detroit that had not been felt in a general sense after the Motown label moved to Los Angeles.


Fast-forward into the 21st century and we find a young Jimmy Edgar playing drums in various Detroit bands, like most of his teenage friends he is into rock music. Contrary to common Europe belief, techno is not omnipresent in Detroit, the scene is incredibly niche and tight knit. If the opportunity hadn´t presented itself in the form of Jimmy stealing a pair of turntables when he was 15 things could have turned out very differently.

The young Edgar ended up playing at parties a friend of his older brother was organizing in Detroit, playing alongside Atkins and May, who Jimmy thought at the time were just local cats on the scene. Although he respected and looked up to them, it wasn´t until later on he realized how pivotal these people were in the creation of a sound that was entirely Detroit inspired.

2012 Decibel Festival program revealed!

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 1, 2012 by E.N.

2012 Decibel Festival Full Lineup – 30+ new performers added!

30+ performers have been added to the 2012 9th Annual Decibel International Festival including the legendary DJ Shadow, MiMOSA, Tycho, Star Slinger, Tipper, Dam-Funk, Clark, Jimmy Edgar, Sepalcure, Public Lover, MachinedrumGeorge FitzGeraldPeter Van HoesenObjektBrailleJeff SamuelGroudislavaEpromAntiVJB.BravoKeyboard Kid and more.
Previously announced headliners for this trend-setting festival, known as the SXSW of electronic music, include Orbital, The Cannabinoids featuring Erykah Badu, Kimbra, Carl Craig, Shpongle, Matthew Dear, Ariel Pink and Star Slinger.  STILL more to be announced.

Decibel Festival is an annual Seattle festival of electronic music, performance, visual art and new media. Generally taking place the last week of September, it has booked over 800 artists ranging from experimental, to leading-edge electronic dance music and visual art. With a focus on live performance, interactive multimedia art, state-of-the-art sound and technology-based education, Decibel has solidified itself as one of the premier electronic music festivals and promotional organizations in the world.

For the 9th Annual Festival, Decibel expects to hit 30k attendees this year with over 130 artists from 19 different countries, plus dozens of educational speakers, making Decibel Festival an oracle for the growth of the entire international electronic music scene. The entire festival will takes place from September 26-30 at over 14 venues in Seattle, Washington.

The schedule, venues and line-up can be found below and on the Decibel website. 2nd Tier discount passes are available online and at various outlets until they sell out.

2012 Decibel Festival Schedule announced!
Click on the below showcase titles to purchase individual tickets 
dB12 Boat Party and AftdB in Duber Party Schedules coming August 1st
Still more festival showcases to be annuonced

Wednesday September 26

Kimbra  //  The Stepkids
Showbox at the Market  //  Doors at 9PM  // all ages

dB in Dub
Monolake + Tarik Barri  //  bvdub  //  Cyanwave
Neumos  //  Doors at 9PM  //  21+

Warp Showcase
Clark  //  Jimmy Edgar  //  MachineDrum
The Crocodile  //  Doors at 9PM  //  all-ages

Beat Prodigies
Dabrye  //  Katie Kate  //  Keyboard Kid
Barboza  //  Doors at 9:30PM  //  21+

Global Selektors 1
Appleblim  //  Jeff Samuel
Re-bar  //  Doors at 10PM  //  21+

Robert Henke  //  Brock Van Wey  //  dalot
The Triple Door  //  Doors at 5:00PM  //  all-ages

Thursday September 27

Orbital  //  Paul Chambers
Paramount Theatre  //  Doors at 8pm  //  all-ages

Shpongle presents The Masquerade
Shpongle  //  Phutureprimitive
Neptune Theatre  //  Doors at 8pm  //  all-ages

MiMOSA  //  Tipper  //  Starkey
Showbox at the Market  //  Doors at 9PM  //  all-ages

Jet Jam presents
Star Slinger  //  Baths  //  Shlohmo (DJ set)
Neumos  //  Doors at 9PM  //  21+

Pop Fusion
Houses  //  port-royal  //  k.flay  //  Kids and Explosions
The Crocodile  //  Doors at 9PM  //  all-ages

Surefire Presents
Objekt  //  Kuedo  //  xxxy
Baltic Room  //  Doors at 9PM  //  21+

Dropping Gems Showcase
Balam Acab  //  Devonwho  //  Natasha Kmeto  //  DJAO
Barboza  //  Doors at 9:30PM  //  21+

Global Selektors 2
DVS1  //  Robag Wruhme  //  Peter Van Hoesen
Re-bar  //  Doors at 10PM  //  21+

Modern Love Showcase
Andy Stott  //  Demdike Stare  //  Cut Hands
Melrose Market Studios  //  Doors at 10PM  //  21+

Maria Minerva  //  Julianna Barwick  //  Lulacruza  //  Anenon
The Triple Door  //  Doors at 5:00PM  //  all-ages

Friday September 28

Renegades of Funk
The Cannabinoids feat. Erykah Badu  //  The Starship Connection
Paramount Theatre  //  Doors at 8pm  //  all-ages

Shpongle presents The Masquerade
Shpongle  //  Phidelity
Neptune Theatre  //  Doors at 8pm  //  all-ages

Motor City Masters
Carl Craig 69 Live  //  Octave One  //  Terrence Parker
Showbox at the Market  //  Doors at 9PM  //  all-ages

Dragonette  //  Icona Pop  //  The Knocks
Neumos  //  Doors at 9PM  //  21+

Ariel Pink & Friends

Ariel Pink  //  Dam-Funk  //  Bodyguard
The Crocodile  //  Doors at 9PM  //  all-ages

XLR8R Presents
Actress  //  Teengirl Fantasy  //  Gulls
Baltic Room  //  Doors at 9PM  //  21+

Midnight Shift Presents
Deetron  //  Oxia  //  Basic Soul Unit  //  Norman Chung
Re-bar  //  Doors at 9PM  //  21+

Raster-Noton Showcase
Byetone  //  Kangding Ray  //  EmptySet  //  AntiVJ
Melrose Market Studios  //  Doors at 10PM  //  21+

How Deep is Your Love
Dixon  //  Ripperton
Q  //  Doors at 10PM  //  21+

Fennesz + Jon Wozencroft Present Liquid Music  //  Biosphere  //  The Sight Below
The Nordstrom Recital Hall  //  Doors at 6PM  //  all-ages

Saturday September 29

Pioneers of Rhythm
DJ Shadow  //  MartyParty  //  Eprom
Showbox SoDo  //  Doors at 9pm  //  all-ages

Ghostly International Showcase
Matthew Dear  //  Tycho  //  Lusine
Showbox at the Market  //  Doors at 9PM  //  all-ages

Cerebral Vortex
Max Cooper  //  Roman Flugel  //  Matt Tolfrey
Neumos  //  Doors at 9PM  //  21+

Hotflush Showcase
Sepalcure  //  George FitzGerald  //  Braile
Baltic Room  //  Doors at 9PM  //  21+

Global Selektors 3
Axel Boman  //  MANIK
Re-bar  //  Doors at 10PM  //  21+

High and Tight Presents
Roman Flugel  //  Nina Kraviz  //  Dave Aju
Q  //  Doors at 10PM  //  21+

OPTICAL 4 : Discreet Tones
Nils Frahm  //  Orcas  //  Sylvain Chauveau  //  CFCF
Broadway Performance Hall  //  Doors at 6PM  //  all-ages

Sunday September 30

dB Finale 
John Talabot (live)  //  Public Lover feat. Bruno Pronsato and Ninca Leece  //
Pezzner World Debut Live Set
Neumos  //  Doors at 9PM  //  21+

Autonomous Music Presents
Emancipator  //  Yppah  //  The Great Mundane  //  Anomie Belle
The Crocodile  //  Doors at 9PM  //  all-ages

FoF Music Showcase
Shlohmo (live set)  //  Salva  //  Groundislava  //  Lazy Brow
Baltic Room  //  Doors at 9PM  //  21+

Nueva Forma Showcase
A Gap Between  //  The Bear and The Sea  //  IG88  //  wndfrm
Barboza  //  Doors at 9:30PM  //  21+

OPTICAL 5 : Undercurrent
Windy and Carl  //  Christina Vantzou  //  Loscil
The Triple Door  //  Doors at 5PM  //  all-ages

Stream Jimmy Edgar’s remix of Visionquest’s Footprintz

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , on July 31, 2012 by E.N.

Jimmy Edgar remixes Footprintz next single,
‘Dangers of the Mouth’, released on Visionquest

Long-term friends and confidantes of Visionquest, Footprintz release next single ‘Dangers of the Mouth’ on 12″ today, and Beatport on 27th August on the label.

Taken from their long-awaited debut album, scheduled to drop in early 2013, Footprintz deliver that deep, dark and moody 80s-tinged electronica, blurry around the edges, unable to fit anywhere and everywhere. Accustomed to soundtracking late night sunsets and early morning sunrises, Footprintz AKA Clarian North and Addy Weitzman are school friends from Montreal influenced by the likes of Ultravox, Depeche Mode, 80s B-movies and a hefty dose of artistic licence.

First single ‘Dangers of the Mouth’ is reworked by Hotflush’s Jimmy Edgar who takes the track deep into warped and fuzzy territories.
You can listen


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