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Balearic 2 compiled by Chris Coco & Jim Breese(Preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 8, 2016 by E.N.

Balearic 2 compiled by Chris Coco & Jim Breese
Here it is, the second edition of ‘BALEARIC’, the perfect soundtrack to the summer and anticipated follow up to last year’s highly praised inaugural compilation (top 10 compilations of 2015 in Piccadilly Records). ‘BALEARIC 2’ features 13 sunset inspired recordings selected by Ibiza fixtures Chris Coco & Jim Breese, and presented in a stunningly designed and collectible package available on 180 gram double vinyl, CD and digital formats. Alongside the release, a limited edition ‘Balearic IPA’ has been brewed and these bespoke craft beers will be available exclusively at the BALEARIC launch events!

Various Artists – Balearic 2
Release date: 1st July, 2016
Cat No: BLRC2

TRACK LISTING

1. Stratus — Tisno
2. A Vision Of Panorama — Seaside Tune
3. Simon Peter — Arc Of Lark
4. Giorgio Tuma With Laetitia Sadier — Through Your Hands Love Can Shine
5. Horsebeach — Midnight Part 2
6. Young Gun Silver Fox — You Can Feel It
7. Jacob Gurevitsch — Mexican Margarita
8. Dream Lovers — Brasil
9. Bing Ji Ling — Hangin On A String (Lexx Reconstruction)
10. Faze Action Featuring Zeke Manyika — Chiiko
11. Eugene Tambourine Featuring Yevhen Varela — In The Good Life
12. Ruf Dug — Dominica (Kenneth Bager’s Sunset Ambient Mix)
13. Sacha Puttnam — Abraham’s Theme

DATES

27 June – Balearic / Sunset in Ibiza – Hostal La Torre, San Antonio, Ibiza / Jim Breese
03 July – Balearic / Pikes On Sundays / Ibiza Rocks House, Ibiza / Jim Breese, The Brothers Grim (Mark Broadbent & Andrew Livesey), Big Jon Woodall
10 July – Balearic / Ropewalk – Maltby Street Market, London / Chris Coco & Jim Breese
16 July – Balearic / Album play through / Spiritland / Merchants Tavern – Shoreditch, London / Chris Coco & Jim Breese
17 July – Balearic x We Are The Sunset / Star By Hackney Downs – Hackney, London / Jim Breese, Manu Archeo, Andy Taylor
24 July – Balearic / Ropewalk – Maltby Street Market, London / Chris Coco & Jim Breese

www.balearicrecs.com

Adele – Hello(Video)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on October 23, 2015 by E.N.

adele 25
‘Hello’ is taken from the new album, 25, out November 20
25 Tracklist
01. Hello
02. Send My Love (To Your New Lover)
03. I Miss You
04. When We Were Young
05. Remedy
06. Water Under The Bridge
07. River Lea
08. Love In The Dark
09. Million Years Ago
10. All I Ask
11. Sweetest Devotion

Preorder 25
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Broadcast – Berberian Sound Studio OST on January 8, 2013 via Warp+Trailer+Stream

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

BROADCAST
BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO SOUNDTRACK
RELEASED JANUARY 8, 2013 ON WARP RECORDS

Peter Strickland’s Berberian Sound Studio has emerged as one of the most critically acclaimed indie films of the year, gaining comparisons to the mastery of David Lynch and Francis Ford Coppola with Time Out London saying the “stylistically ambitious, morally radical, thematically complex work…deserves the highest praise”. This turns out to also be an apt description of the film’s sublime soundtrack, composed by Broadcast (aka Trish Keenan and James Cargill), before Trish’s untimely passing last year.

Initially conceived as the soundtrack to The Equestrian Vortex, the film-within-a-film (watch opening credits here: http://youtu.be/H7zIfUwwoQ0around which Berberian Sound Studio unfolds, it would eventually spill outwards to encapsulate the entire world Strickland had created and populated with eccentric, magnetic characters. On it’s own, the music sets a sinister and atmospheric tone that still exists well within Broadcast’s sonic universe.

The film’s plot, which involves a British sound recordist’s slowly degenerating mental state while working in an Italian film studio, has clearly been one driving force behind the music as has the work of pioneering Italian composers such as Ennio Morricone and Bruno Nicolai. Working closely with Strickland as well as the film’s supervising sound editor Joakim Sundstrom, Cargill wove in sound effects, screams and snatches of dialogue in order to bring elements of the film back into the soundtrack. The outcome is the rare piece of film music that not only enhances the visual, but exists on it’s own as an independent work, and one that is an invaluable edition to Broadcast’s inimitable history.

Broadcast ‘Berberian Sound Studio’ is released on CD, Vinyl & Digital on January 8, 2013. Pre-order from Bleep: http://bit.ly/TTLa7P & Amazon: http://glnk.it/1qa

TRACKLISTING

01 A Breeze Through the Burford Spur
02 The Equestrian Vortex
03 Beautiful Hair
04 Malleus Maleficarum
05 Mark of the Devil
06 Confession Modulation
07 Monica’s Fall
08 Teresa’s Song (Sorrow)
09 The North Downs Dimension
10 Collatina is Coming
11 Such Tender Things
12 Teresa, Lark of Ascension
13 Monica’s Burial (Under the Junipers)
14 Found Scalded, Found Drowned
15 Monica (Her Parents Have Been Informed)
16 The Fifth Claw
17 Saducismus Triumphatus
18 The Gallops
19 They’re Here, They’re Under Us
20 Collatina, Mark of Damnation
21 Treatise
22 A Goblin
23 The Equestrian Library
24 The Serpent’s Semen
25 Burnt at the Stake
26 All Chiffchaffs
27 The Curfew After the Massacre
28 Poultry In Mind
29 The Sacred marriage
30 Valeria’s Burial (Under the Fort)
31 Edda’s Burial (Under the Clumps)
32 The Game’s Up
33 It Must’ve Been the Magpies
34 The Dormitory Window
35 Anima di Cristo
36 His World is My Shed
37 Collatina’s Folly
38 Here Comes the Sabbath, There Goes the Cross
39 Our Darkest Sabbath
Broadcast – The Equestrian Vortex (taken from Berberian Sound Studio, out January 7/8)

Broadcast – Berberian Sound Studio trailer – Original Soundtrack out January 7/8

Bonobo – ‘Eyesdown’ (Machinedrum Remix Edit)(Download)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 10, 2012 by E.N.

Taken from ‘Black Sands Remixed’, released on Ninja Tune on 13 Feb 2012.

 

Grab a free download of ‘Eyesdown’ (Machinedrum Remix Edit) at http://bonobomusic.com/

‘Black Sands Remixed’ available on 3LP, CD+Bonus 5″ vinyl and download from Ninjashop: http://bit.ly/AyesKK

http://ninjatune.net/

Pinch And Shackleton Collaborative Album (preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on November 8, 2011 by E.N.

Click on tracks to listen
Buy via Honest Jon’s HERE

J. Baracuz – A Contemporary Witness(Equinox Records)+Stream

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 12, 2011 by E.N.

Within the big bunch of electronic releases in the field of the world wide spreading new beat maker scene, “A Contemporary Witness” by J. Baracuz could be one of the highlights this year. Baracuz is, which sets him apart from many of his peers, able to combine his sound design skills on controller and mpc with delicate arrangements and a good sense for song structures.
The opening track of the EP, “The Overture”, juggles with string and piano samples while it is underlined by percussive and driving beats. The tune is as much “on point” as the impulsive second track “One Way Ticket”. Regardless of the moderate tempo, the song is straight forward, includes vocal shreds and synth sounds und even manages to switch over to a Sci Fi Dub part in the middle. Next up, “Jazzy Conqueror”, clocking in at 6 minutes, is the longest piece on the EP. In this track, J. Baracuz proves one more time his talent for structure and arrangement. It is primarily based on organic samples, while being equipped with some glitches here and there. The last song, “Everyone’s the Same” concludes the EP in an enjoyable way with its expressive Soul Folk Electronica vibe.
After a creative break Baracuz has spent with studying, travelling and digging for records, “A Contemporary Witness” is a big step forward for him. The whole EP impresses with detailed and meticulous production, while it still seems to be done with the greatest of ease. Being the 5th EP on Equinox.Digital, the sublabel of the Berlin based Electronica label Equinox Records, it successfully follows the previously released works by Deckard, David Vangel and 2econd Class Citizen.

Artist: J. Baracuz
Title: A Contemporary Witness
Label: Equinox.Digital
Cat.Nr.: eqxdgtl-005
Format: Digital EP
Release Date: October 28, 2011
Distribution: Finetunes.net

Tracklist:
(01) The Overture
(02) One Way Ticket (Stream Below)
(03) Jazzy Conqueror
(04) Everyone´s The Same

About J. Baracuz:
J. Baracuz is an electronic music producer/beatmaker from Berlin. His debut album “Lasergun Romances”, released in late 2006, has already given proof of his talents and his sense for complex sample-based compositions somewhere between instrumental hip-hop and electronica.
“Lasergun Romances” also was the reason Equinox Records got in touch with him and licensed a couple of his tracks to be released on the “One Year & A Day” series alongside artists such as Free The Robots, Deckard or Emynd. J. Baracuz’ music can be described best as a progressive, interesting blend of shredded obscure samples, heavy mpc-soaked drums and modern synthetic sounds refined with some glitches here and there. The sampling approach behind all of his tracks is based on the idea of giving rise to not just beats but entire songs out of a “pile of broken dreams”.

http://www.equinoxrecords.com/

Burial vs Massive Attack – Paradise Circus / Four Walls (Stream)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , on October 10, 2011 by E.N.

The subject of prolonged rumour and intense speculation, Inhale Gold and The Vinyl Factory are proud to present Massive Attack’s long awaited collaboration with Burial, Four Walls / Paradise Circus.

These new Burial mixes of previously unreleased Massive Attack track ‘Four Walls’ and Heligoland favourite ‘Paradise Circus’ are available exclusively as limited vinyl edition of only 1000 copies worldwide.

Pressed on heavyweight 180g 12” vinyl housed in a stunning, hand numbered, gold glitter screen-printed sleeve designed by Massive Attack’s Robert Del Naja (3D), this edition has been crafted by The Vinyl Factory, and is sure to become a highly coveted collectors item.

As you’d expect from these two acts these are no ordinary remixes and Burial has completely rebuilt both tracks in his own unique style providing a masterclass in production. Listen to ‘Four Walls’ below

At around 12 minutes each, both ‘Four Walls’ and ‘Paradise Circus’ have been given the time and space to evolve and develop going way beyond the scope of normal remixes, with the end result two highly original, in every sense of the word, pieces of music.


Tracklisting:
A. Massive Attack vs. Burial – Four Walls (11.57)
B. Massive Attack vs. Burial – Paradise Circus (12.32) Listen HERE

Product Details:

* Both tracks exclusive to this limited edition
* 1000 copies worldwide
* Artwork by Robert Del Naja
* Screen-printed cover with gold glitter
* 180-gram heavyweight vinyl
* Each edition hand numbered

preorder here

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