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ANR Get Remixed by Memory Tapes, Deluxe Edition of “Stay Kids” out 9/13

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , on July 12, 2011 by dk

ANR Get Remixed by Memory Tapes, Release

Stay Kids Deluxe Edition Digitally

On September 13th

Click HERE to Watch the Video for “Stay Kids”
Click HERE for Memory Tapes’ Remix of “Stay Kids”

” ‘Stay Kids’ is a marvel of melodic majesty and cosmic funk…” The Guardian
“the driving beats of TV On The Radio blended with the
psychedelic sweetnessof Passion Pit”
Miami duo ANR will release the deluxe edition of their post-apocalyptic pop album Stay Kids on September 13th through 10K Islands.  In the meantime the prolific group will be releasing videos, remixes, and other goodies.  Most recently, they enlisted Memory Tapes to remix “Stay Kids,” their blissed-out, nostalgic anthem about growing older. 

Click HERE to stream/download Memory Tapes’ take on the track,


and click HERE to watch the video for ANR’s original version of the song.
ANR consists of merely two members – Brian Robertson (Keys, Vocals) and Michael-John Hanock (Vocals, Drums) – but they create a powerful sound filled with layered melodies and bountiful hooks.  It has already earned the duo praise from RCRD LBL, The Fader, and Nylon, among others, and have landed them shows with bands like Animal Collective, Neon Indian, No Age, and Fucked Up.
Stay Kids is a rhythmically propulsive, psychedelic trip that was inspired largely by recent floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, and other environmental disasters.  Much of the album’s lyrics meditate on how such ‘natural’ disasters affect individuals and humanity at large.  However, sonically-speaking the album is by no means morose.  Instead, the synth-heavy and often danceable material feels triumphant.  Each song is a journey through carefully sculpted, dream-pop soundscapes with frequent, unexpected and exciting detours
ANR’s live show highlights a different aspect of the band, bringing out their punk influences as well as their penchant for German progressive acts of the 70’s.  The group will tour throughout the US this Fall, with dates to be announced soon.
North American Tour Dates:
8/29:  Philadelphia, PA  Kung-Fu Necktie
8/30: New York, NY  Milk Studios
8/31:  New York, NY  Mercury Lounge
9/1:  Boston, MA  Brighton Music Hall
9/2:  Montreal, QC  Casa Del Popolo
9/3:  Toronto, ON  The Drake
9/5: Detroit, MI  Lager House
9/6: Grand Rapids, MI  Pyramid Scheme
9/7: Chicago, IL  Empty Bottle
9/9: Urbana, IL  Canopy Club
9/10: Minneapolis, MN  7th Street Entry
9/12:  Seattle, WA  Crocodile Lounge
9/13:  Portland, OR  Doug Fir
9/15: San Francisco, CA  Bottom Of The Hill
9/16: Fresno, CA  Audie’s Olympic
9/17: Los Angeles, CA  The Satellite
9/20: San Diego, CA  Soda Bar


Memory Tapes – Green Knight (CREEP Remix)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , on July 7, 2011 by dk

The latest video from CREEP is for their remix of Memory Tapes “Green Knight.” Check out the video directed by Ellen Frances

Clare Maguire – Ain’t Nobody (Video)+remixes preview by Breakage,Memory Tapes

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , on September 20, 2010 by dk

Video for Clare Maguire’s debut single ‘Ain’t Nobody’. Released on October 18th on Polydor Records
Free download of ‘Strangest Thing’ available from Facebook –

Clare Maguire – Ain’t Nobody (Breakage Remix)

Clare Maguire – Ain’t Nobody (Memory Tapes Remix)

for more remixes visit channel

We are not satisfied with remixes at all!!!,maybe, bcause original sounds so good,future hit we hope+ Clare Maguire newcommer 2010 !

F*>K Dance, Let’s Art on !K7

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 30, 2010 by dk

!K7 is set to release a collection of indie-electronic music from the United States, entitled F*>K Dance Let’s Art.

The compilation aims to capture the diverse and often psychedelic breed of artists who make up such newfangled genres as chill wave and witch house. Along with trendsetters Animal Collective and Crystal Castles, the CD features recent favorites like Toro Y Moi, Washed Out and Memory Tapes, plus up-and-comers such as Truman Peyote, The Phenomenal Handclap Band and oOoOO. Six of the bands hail from Brooklyn, with three coming from Triangle, the 20 Jazz Funk Greats associated label that’s helped forge the genre known as drag.

01. Baghdaddy – Hot Shit (Creep Remix)
02. Balam Acab – See Birds
03. Peter’s House Music – Body Heat
04. Small Black – Despicable Dogs
05. Toro y Moi – Fax Shadow
06. Hideous Men – Tangled
07. Slava – Anything
08. Washed Out – Feel It All Around
09. Truman Peyote – Kartwheels
10. Psychobuildings – Paradise
11. Animal Collective – My Girls
12. Crystal Castles VS HEALTH – Crimewave
13. Raw Moans – Aqua Net
14. Pictureplane – Transparent Now (Thin Veil)
15. The Phenomenal Handclap Band – 15 to 20 (Bim Marx Remix)
16. oOoOO – Sedsumthing
17. Memory Tapes – Bicycle (Horrors Cosmic Dub)
18. Bear in Heaven – Lovesick Teenagers

!K7 will release F*>k Dance, Let’s Art on September 28th, 2010.

(RA )