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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Coming up: the gigs and albums not to miss in February and March

The Observer’s pop critic picks the musical highlights for the rest of winter, from Elton John’s new record to Tame Impala on tour, plus the return of Animal Collective

Bubbling under for more than a year, NYC ukelele grrrl duo the Prettiots finally release their debut album, featuring great songs about ex-boyfriends and suicidal tendencies. “On a scale of one to Plath, I’m like, a four,” sings Kay Kasparhauser.

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Saturday, January 30, 2016

Getting down with the kids: children review music’s top tips for 2016

Introducing her son to her favourite music got Jude Rogers thinking about children’s relationship to pop. She talks music with a panel of kids - and gets them to rate the latest next big things

My first memory is of music. I’m two-and-a-half, standing on a stool in my grandmother’s kitchen; she has let me help her wash the dishes, which is quite the grown-up honour. I am spinning records in the sink – essentially circling the water with a cleaning brush – because the music on the radio has moved me so much. “Trou-per-per! Trou-per-per!” the song goes, brightly. I am shining like the sun, feeling like a number one.

On that dull autumn afternoon, in a small Swansea scullery, began a little girl’s 35-year (to date) love affair with ABBA, and a connection with Super Trouper that would grow through her life (Teens: wow, it’s about touring! Twenties: it’s about the essential melancholy of fame! Thirties: God, how did they all cope doing songs like this while they were divorcing?).

The sharing of pop between the generations these days is a much bigger deal

It’s not working for me because I worry about everything

Maybe he’s driving fast because he was late to steal from the bank

She’s a kid! A baby goat. She sounds a bit like a goat

I think he sounds stinky

She sounds like she’s in a space rocket and she can’t talk properly

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by Jude Rogers via Electronic music | The Guardian

Friday, January 29, 2016

Eve Speciall – Stealyourgirl Moodtape Vol. One

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With blue hair and red-hot rave weapons, Eve Speciall is apparently out to steal your girl.  The LA-based DJ often splits time between the states and places overseas, namely Tokyo.  She’s an extremely talented technical DJ, and throws it in your face all over the course of this hour-and-fifteen-long “moodtape.”  From Kendrick Lamar to Rufus, this one has feels for pretty much everyone.  Grab the free download now so you can play it for you lady friends in the whip.

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FATIMA YAMAHA – What’s A Girl To Do
LITTLE DRAGON – Pretty Girls (Lil Silva Remix)
KENDRICK LAMAR – These Walls
MATT VÅSTO – Off Balance
AALIYAH – One In A Million (Vasta Remix)
UNKWON – Everything
D4L – LAFFY TAFFY (Justin Jay Remix)
THE WEEKND – The Hills (Fabrikate Remix)
RÜFÜS – You Were Right
THE PRESETS – The Girl And The Sea
CHET FAKER, MARCUS MARR – Birthday Card
GALLANT – Weight In Gold (Zimmer Remix)
THE PIXIES – Monkey Gone To Heaven (Du Tonc Remix)
TUBE & BERGER, MILAN EIRINGER – Lovebreak (In.deed Remix)
RICH VOM DORF – Begin Gro (Bebetta Remix)
DU TONC – Surging Memories (Dub)
CHROME SPARKS – Moonraker (Lauer’s Acid Mix)
JUSTIN MARTIN, EATS EVERYTHING – Steven Jello
DONNA SUMMER – Bad Girls (Luxury Edit)
JAMES CURD ft. YEAH BOY – Let’s Bounce (Miguel Campbell Remix)
CUT COPY – Meet Me In A House Of Love – (TJANI Remix)
HUDSON MOHAWKE – Resistance (feat. Jhene Aiko)

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Cabrillo – Dancing For Myself (Original Mix)

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Cabrillo’s new record entitled ‘Dancing For Myself’ was released today via rising UK Collective, We Are The Network. The record builds up nice and slow around a female vocal sample that has old school UK House written all over it. Once we are hit with filtered sub bass we know the party is about to start. Following the drop, a playful combination of hi hats, egg shakers, and a thick bassline/melody will take the listener on a cosmic journey to house heaven. The sassy vocals come back into play later in the track and pair up nicely with Cabrillo’s playful bassline.  

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Jay Xero & Sean Glass – We’re All Friends

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TGIF! Put some wiggle in your weekend with the little house heater “We’re All Friends” from NY to LA transplant Sean Glass and collaborator Jay Xero. Their little medley features a cheeky but infectious vocal from Rocko Rochee that dances atop a hypnotic groove all the way through. Sean told us “‘We’re All Friends’ picks up on the real spirit of house music­­ – inclusion. House music is a color and gender blind community that simply seeks to connect.”

“I’ve been reading GDD for more than a decade, always admiring their tastes. Thankfully, I’ve since had the pleasure of playing with Bones, Tropicool, ARod, and becoming friends with Toks, Jonah and the whole crew. I’ve always been so much in sync with all of their tastes, so I’m really happy to have my production featured on the blog, and hopefully I’ll hear it in their sets soon!” – Sean Glass

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New band of the week: Radiation City (No 88)

Fleetwood who? This US four-piece comprise two couples who have used their broken relationships to create an album of lush, synthed-up melodrama

Hometown: Portland, Oregon.

The lineup: Cameron Spies (guitar, vocals), Elisabeth Ellison (vocals, keyboards), Matt Rafferty (bass, vocals), Patti King (vocals, keyboards, bass), Dasha Shleyeva (drums).

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by Paul Lester via Electronic music | The Guardian

First Play: Junior Boys, Big Black Coat

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Hamilton electronic duo Junior Boys are back with their fifth full-length album, Big Black Coat, which you can now stream on the player above. Five years after the release of their 2011 album, It’s All True, Jeremy Greenspan and Matt Didemus return with a new set of songs ready to light up the dance floor.

Big Black Coat is an expansive sonic world that brings in elements of Detroit techno, ‘70s disco, R&B, synth-pop and more to inform a sound that is still distinctly their own. Greenspan’s smooth, echoing vocals glide through each track, often cooing about love and lust while affectionately using the word “baby” more times than most pop stars. While that may sound too saccharine, there’s a toughness to their beats and production that makes a repeated phrase like “c’mon baby,” sound less like a plea and more of a grand proclamation. So what are you waiting for? Baby, let’s dance.

Tracklist:

1. “You Say That”
2. “Over It”
3. “C’Mon Baby”
4. “Baby Give Up On It”
5. “M & P”
6. “No One’s Business”
7. “What You Won’t Do For Love”
8. “And It’s Forever”
9. “Baby Don’t Hurt Me”
10. “Love is a Fire”
11. “Big Black Coat”


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Thursday, January 28, 2016

California raving: DJ Pete Tong and dance music find a new home in LA

The first BBC DJ to broadcast from Ibiza has relocated to Los Angeles and is now playing live from the west coast, a sign of a shift in dance music’s centre of gravity

Last Friday, about 100 members of the Los Angeles dance music community congregated in the early afternoon on a rooftop in West Hollywood. Sunglasses protected them from a cloud-shrouded sun as they fortified themselves with bottles of Negroni and glasses of white wine. DJ Paul Oakenfold mingled amiably in a tight long-sleeve T-shirt with Hollywhat across his chest. They were all gathered for a live three-hour broadcast of Pete Tong’s weekly show on BBC Radio 1. With a few minutes until airtime, Tong took the stage to officially welcome the crowd and ask that they please turn off their cellphones so they wouldn’t disrupt the signal. As if.

For more than 25 years Tong has been a crucial part of dance music’s global growth through his work as a DJ, radio host, recording artist, label worker and tastemaker. Once dance music became culturally absorbed, as well as thoroughly monetised, in his native UK, he was ready for a change. In 2013, Tong relocated to Los Angeles, arguably the centre of the United States’ still expanding marketplace for EDM.

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Massive Attack reunite with Tricky and release surprise new EP

A new Massive Attack video featuring the vocals of Tricky has surfaced marking the first collaboration between the artists in over 15 years. Entitled "Take You There," the song is one of the first to emerge from Massive Attack's brand new EP release Ritual Spirit, released today (Jan. 28). Listen to the EP below.

In addition to Tricky, The Ritual Spirit EP features appearances by Mercury Prize-winning Young Fathers and Roots Manuva. Last week, the group launched an app called Fantom that contained unreleased material from the group.

Massive Attack's Blue Lines is arguably one of the most influential records of the 1990s.

On the album the core trio of 3D, Mushroom and Daddy G were often joined by rapper Tricky, who was an unofficial member on several tracks. Tricky also appeared on their subsequent full length Protection but soon left the group's orbit for his own solo career after a rift occurred between him and the group, yielding his own critically acclaimed album, 1995's Maxinquaye.

News of a reconciliation between Massive Attack and Tricky first surfaced in 2009 while the band was readying their album Heligoland for release, but "Take It There" represents their first recordings released since being back on amicable terms. Watch the video below.


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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Jessy Lanza announces new album Oh No, releases new single

Polaris Prize shortlisted artist Jessy Lanza has announced she will be releasing her sophomore album entitled Oh No on May 13. The album is the follow up to the Hamilton, Ont.'s artist critically acclaimed debut Pull My Hair Back which was shortlisted for the 2014 Polaris Music Prize. Like her first album, Oh No will be produced by Jeremy Greenspan of the Junior Boys and will be released on his Geej Recordings label in Canada and via UK label Hyperdub elsewhere. The video for the album's first single "It Means I Love You" has been released and can be watched here.

Oh No will reportedly be a more "direct, self-assured and joyful" than Lanza's '90s R&B and electronic pop influenced debut. Lanza's nervousness is the inspiration behind the title and themes accompanying the new record. The singer and producer uses making music as an outlet and the album artwork features plants which also ties into the calming of her nerves. 

"I became obsessed with surrounding myself with tropical plants," says Lanza in a release. "I've been convinced that the air quality in our house is slowly killing us. It might sound crazy but the plants have made a huge difference."

Jessy Lanza will be on tour with Junior Boys in March and April across North America ahead of the release of the album. Canadian stops on the tour are listed below. See the full list of dates here


Canadian tour dates

March 10: Vancouver, Imperial Theatre

April 8: London, ON, London Music Hall

April 9: Toronto, ON, Phoenix Concert Theatre

 

 


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Jessy Lanza releases new single and announces upcoming album, Oh No

Polaris Prize shortlisted artist Jessy Lanza has announced she will be releasing her sophomore album, entitled Oh No, on May 13.

The album is the followup to the Hamilton, Ont., artist's critically acclaimed debut, Pull My Hair Back, which was shortlisted for the 2014 Polaris Music Prize. Like her first album, Oh No will be produced by Jeremy Greenspan of the Junior Boys and will be released on his Geej Recordings label in Canada and via U.K. label Hyperdub elsewhere. The video for the album's first single, "It Means I Love You," has been released. Watch it below.

Oh No will reportedly be more "direct, self-assured and joyful" than Lanza's '90s R&B and electronic pop-influenced debut, according to the press release. Lanza's nervousness is the inspiration behind the title and themes accompanying the new record, as the singer and producer uses music as an outlet. The album artwork, featuring plants,o ties into the calming of Lanza's nerves.

"I became obsessed with surrounding myself with tropical plants," said Lanza in the release. "I've been convinced that the air quality in our house is slowly killing us. It might sound crazy but the plants have made a huge difference."

Lanza will be on tour with Junior Boys in March and April across North America ahead of the release of the album. Canadian stops on the tour are listed below. See the full list of dates here.

Canadian tour dates

March 10: Vancouver, Imperial Theatre

April 8: London, London Music Hall

April 9: Toronto, Phoenix Concert Theatre


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[EXCLUSIVE] Jack Novak’s – Power And Light Podcast #2

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2016 is shaping up to be the year of Jack Novak. With seminal plays at Lollapalooza, Firefly Festival, and residencies in Las Vegas and Cancun, it’s getting increasingly more clear that little can stand in her way. Hailing from Chicago but residing in Los Angeles, Novak spent two years holed up in her studio honing her craft and expanding her catalogue before touring with Pharrell as his DJ in 2013. Fast forward to the present and she has her own label, Power and Light Records, and a gaze that will not ease up as she sets her eyes on the prize in 2016.

Her latest podcast features a hearty playlist of tech and deep house cuts along with a plethora of unreleased material from Jack, herself. Stream it below and connect with her on tour after the jump!

~~~ T O U R D A T E S ~~~

1/29/2016 Aspen Colorado Belly Up w/ Kygo
2/6/2016 San Francisco California Ruby Skye Bud Light Hotel @ Superbowl
2/20/2016 New York New York Lavo
2/27/2015 San Francisco California Temple
3/5/2016 Singapore Singapore HSBC LGPA Women’s Championship
3/13/2016 Sao Paulo Brazil Lollapalooza
3/18/2016 Buenos Aries Argentina Lollapalooza
3/19/2016 Santiago Chile Lollapalooza

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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Dom Servini – Amazing Radio Show #24

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1st Hour

Album of the Week: Various Artists – Praise Poems

Jennie Misty – Nature Boy (Tramp)

Evan Geesman – Take a Chance (Ubiquity)

Submotion Orchestra – Needs feat. Andrew Ashong (Counter)

Jonny Drop – Super Curt (Albert’s Favourites)

Raury – Kingdom Come (Columbia)

True – Give Me Something (Bandcamp)

David Bowie – Golden Years (Jeremy Sole Remix) (White)

Hylu & Jago feat. Kosher – Pressure (Ghostwriterz Remix) (Unit 137)
Album of the Week: Various Artists – Praise Poems
Feather – Be Real (Tramp)

Basenji – Dawn (Future Classic)

Meraki – Vistas (Jonny Drop Remix) (Self Released)

Tim Aminov – Whale feat Darlini (Sonar Kollektiv)

Meeting By Chance – Better Now (Promo)

Illum Sphere – Ritual (Ninja Tune)

2nd Hour

Album of the Week: Various Artists – Praise Poems

Abraham Battat – Listen Baby (Tramp)
Jonny Drop – The Game We Play (Albert’s Favourites)
Cuisine Dub – Bonaca (Fields & Forests)
Little Shalimar – Phoenix feat. Roxiny & Tunde Adebimpe (Mass Appeal)

Melt Yourself Down – Dot to Dot (DJ Khalab Remix) (Leaf)
Mr. Fries – 2poor4change (Wolf)
Cuthead – Braziliance (Uncanny Valley)

Exclusive Mini-Mix: Medlar

Loni Gamble Band – I Like The Way You Do It (Tom Noble Edit)
Azymuth – Melo Dos Dois Bicudos (Medlar Edit)
Rob – Boogie On (Medlar Edit)
Dele Sosimi – You No Fit Touch Am (Medlar Remix)
Letherette – Don’t Think About Me (Ninja Tune)
The Three Degrees – Strategy (Cherry Red)

 

 

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Monday, January 25, 2016

'It's frankly sickening': Sydney band the Presets call for Australia Day to be moved

Electronic act say Australia Day should not fall on the anniversary of British settlement, and suggest new dates for the celebration

Related: Notable speeches by Indigenous Australians: 'We refuse to be pushed into the background'

A Facebook post by the Presets calling 26 January the “cruelest of anniversaries” has gone viral. The Sydney band have suggested other dates which Australia Day could be moved to, including the birthdays of writer Henry Lawson or Indigenous activist Eddie Mabo.

Related: Australians invited to commemorate Survival Day at Indigenous events

Related: Australia Day is a time for mourning, not celebration | Nakkiah Lui

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[Download] Modus & Klatch – Love This (Original Mix)

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Klatch and Modus have teamed up to produce a track together. The LA and SD residents had been looking for an area of collaboration for some time now, and landed pleasantly on “Love This.”  The track is a deep and grooving, with darker tech and house elements.  It’s seen great feedback in clubs over the past weeks, and promises to be a sick addition to any set.  Both of these guys are seasoned industry talents and should definitely be watched closely this year.  Stream and download the track below. 

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Sunday, January 24, 2016

Australian artist Chet Faker releases new track inspired by the New York blizzard

Aria award-winning artist samples Bill de Blasio and uploads track In-Between to SoundCloud, clocking up more than 30,000 listens in 18 hours

As the United States begins to survey the damage of a blizzard that has affected an estimated 80 million people across 20 states and left a reported 28 people dead, the Australian musician Chet Faker has released a new track inspired by it, In-Between.

Related: Blizzard brings US east coast to standstill and delivers near-record snowfall

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Sophie review – scream if you want to go slower

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The enigmatic pop producer sees his music as a thrill ride – but as a live experience, his beat barrage could do with a few balancing plateaus

Four years ago, in an interview with the New York art magazine Bomb, the producer and DJ known as Sophie likened his ideal pop experience to a three-minute high-thrill ride on a rollercoaster “where it spins you upside down, dips you in water, flashes strobe lights at you, takes you on a slow incline to the peak, and then drops you vertically down a smokey tunnel, then stops with a jerk, and your hair is all messed up, and some people feel sick, and others are laughing – then you buy a keyring.”

This is a pretty good description of what it feels like to listen to Sophie’s music for the first time. A year or so after that interview, the British producer, whose real name is Samuel Long (but about whom little else is known apart from his association with London-based label PC Music), started releasing singles that were as discombobulating and exhilarating as the loopiest theme-park ride. One track, Bipp, dispensed with a drumbeat in favour of an elasticated squelching noise with a helium vocal on top. Another, Lemonade, was constructed almost entirely around the sound of synthetic bubbles rising to the top of a monstrous fizzy drink. The cutesiness made some people feel sick, but a lot of others laughed when they heard it and bought the keyring.

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Friday, January 22, 2016

Can the Flash Factory lure New York's clubbers back to Manhattan?

Nightlife impresario Michael Satsky opens a temple to techno in Chelsea Saturday – but drawing dancers back from Brooklyn is an uphill task

Does New York need a new temple to electronic music? Michael Satsky, club promoter and former enfant terrible of New York nightlife, believes so.

“Dance music is a religious experience. It connects people,” says Satsky, 37. “But I don’t know where to go to a proper techno show in New York, and I’m not interested in consistently going to Brooklyn. Manhattan has everything to offer already, so why not have the best music hall in Manhattan?”

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Craig Williams is now a BADLQQK

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Our GDD friend and familiar Craig Williams has put in overtime to make a name for himself in the techno-sphere, tallying up releases on Motorik, Nervous, Sweat It Out, NEST (OWSLA) – not to mention hosting numerous production tutorials on his YouTube channel and giving away serious tricks of the trade. His newest release “Believe It” just dropped this week on the Toronto-based imprint BADLQQK, and the Aussie held nothing back on this jackin’ techno heater. Here’s what he had to say about it:

I definitely went for a more minimal feel than before. I had been listening to a load of great classic producers like Robert Hood, cajmere and green velvet to name a few and i think the the house vibe just crept in. The song defiantly developed from choosing a select number of machines in the studio and just jamming out.

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Sophie review – thrilling, lucid, hyper-consumable pop

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In black PVC and red lipstick, the producer’s live debut proper delivered music that was immediate, compelling and genuinely new

Previous live outings for Sophie have featured, according to reports, a drag performer called Ben Woozy, and a girl reading a GSCE textbook while holding an aubergine to her ear like a phone. For the producer who has provided the soundtrack for a McDonald’s advert in the US and been enlisted by Madonna in the studio, the stops he might pull out for this live debut proper were anyone’s guess, but it turns out tonight’s show is low on spectacle – unless you count the fact that Sophie (AKA Samuel Long) arrives clad in black PVC, white foundation and red lipstick.

Like his friends from the mystique-loving London collective PC Music, Sophie’s output features pitched-up vocals that pay lip service to unreconstructed girliness (topics include boys and shopping), noises so manic and maximalist they resemble cartoon sound effects, and a spasmodic, clanging rhythm that brings to mind the sound made by a crashing computer program. That gimmicky aesthetic might be seductive, but it doesn’t necessarily form the basis of Sophie’s appeal. Oscillating between tracks from Sophie’s productions for Charli XCX and Liz, his 2015 debut album, Product – from the anthemic (Just Like We Never Said Goodbye) to the nightmarish (Hard), and intervals of DJing that introduce shades of disco and EDM, what ties everything together is a hyper-consumable pop sensibility. Synth lines and drum sounds are pushed to thrilling new levels of lucidity.

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New band of the week: Essaie Pas (No 87)

French-Canadian duo giving artily abstract and pulsatingly pretentious dance music a good name

Hometown: Montreal.

The lineup: Marie Davidson (voice, keys), Pierre Guerineau (keys, production).

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Gqom, the foot-stomping new sound of South Africa's townships

The minimalist house music that comes with its own unique dance style, bhenga, that’s Durban’s answer to Chicago footwork

Raw, cutting-edge electronic music, made on cheap drum machines and uploaded to file-sharing sites has long been a product of South Africa’s townships. Kwaito house and Shangaan electro are just two of the recent genres to catch on, and the latest is gqom – pronounced qwom – a visceral, rough-edged, minimal form of house music crafted by a gaggle of young beatmakers such as DJ Mata, Cruel Boyz and DJ Lusiman.

Unlike glossy, more mainstream kwaito house, which has lost much of its original appeal by recycling the more hackneyed elements of US pop and hip-hop, gqom is an authentic form of expression. It’s dark and realistic, with an array of hollow drum sounds spun into jerky rhythms using FruityLoops software, and droning synths and ghostly one-note samples creeping in over the top.

Related: Township tech: South Africans raving at apartheid’s afterparty

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by Huw Oliver via Electronic music | The Guardian

The future, according to Radio 1: sad, solitary and no surprises

The young acts gathered for the BBC station’s Future festival all ride the trend to blur boundaries between hip-hop, R&B and electronic pop – but there’s no doubting their determination to put heart and soul into their music

“The future of music is ... interesting...” It turns out the best time to put a theoretical question to the Section Boyz is not just after they’ve smoked a zoot. The south London rap crew are taking part in BBC Radio 1’s Future festival and there is no mistaking the waft of marijuana currently in the air. As a result, the interview is taking a moment to warm up. “My personal take,” repeats the MC Sleeks, “is music is interesting.”

He’s not wrong. Fortunately his colleague Deepee is able to elaborate a bit more. “A lot of genres are merging right now,” he says. “There’s a lot of rappers who sing and that. If Ed Sheeran comes on the radio we’re going to listen to it and sing along. It’s a new day, a new age and a new lifestyle.”

The world's changing and we're up for something big, mate

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Thursday, January 21, 2016

[Los Angeles] Destructo, Justin Martin & Rezz at Avalon for Ship2Ship

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One can’t really peruse music media without hearing the words “ship fam” nowadays.  The Gary Richards brainchild sea voyage festival is now making it’s way to solid ground, stopping though Avalon Hollywood on it’s multinational tour.  Ship2Ship features Destructo (Richards), Dirtybird’s Justin Martin, OWSLA/Mau5trap techno prodigy Rezz, and GDD’s own Bones.  This promises to be an evening full of a wide array of house and techno, so you wont want to miss out.

Grab your tickets here!

 

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RÜFÜS: Bloom review – efficient, highly-functional dancefloor fodder

In their second album Sydney dance trio RÜFÜS continue to make music that is exceptionally good at not interrupting the good vibrations of party people

“My work is to enter people’s lives with my music,” says Canadian singer Céline Dion in her 2005 biography, For Keeps. “Do you think I want to disturb them when they bake? Do you think I want to disturb them when they make love? I want to be part of it. I don’t want to interrupt.”

The quote reappears in Carl Wilson’s 2013 book Let’s Talk About Love: A Journey to the End of Taste, an investigation into why many people enjoy music that so many other people — critics, mainly — think is terrible. Dion’s quote is part of the answer: the more music intrudes on people’s lives, the less welcome it is. To be successful then, is to be an invisible accessory.

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Akase: Graspers review – airless, ersatz dance-pop

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Fusing hooky pop with dance instrumentals is a technique employed by many a wannabe innovator, but few can have ever done so in such joy-sapping style. Akase, the new project from producer Harry Agius – who has previously issued a series of appealing house tracks as Midland – and vocalist Robbie Redway, appears to be an attempt to move beyond the dance world and into a more mainstream consciousness. While the pair clearly have a knack for churning out catchy vocal lines – the melodies of tracks such as Borderlines feel familiar from the very first listen – Redway’s vocals tend to slide into an ersatz soulful drone, and the polite percussion and soft but relentless bass buzz that trundle beneath can render the songs miserably airless. Pairing that with lyrics such as “Another day of my life has gone / Another day of my life has turned to dust” (from lead single Rust), and this album feels like it’s actively trying to stop people getting out of bed in the morning.

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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

[DOWNLOAD] Ghis. A. Meets Cheryl Porter – Bad Groove (Fritz Carlton Remix)

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Bass-centric house specialist, Fritz Carlton, continues to impress as he rolls through the beginning of 2016 that was kicked off with a headline performance at an underground warehouse party in Los Angeles on NYE. Over the past few months, he’s been churning out an array of tracks, including his No Law In Dancing EP, “Hips 2 Thighs” with Doug English, and more. Now, as he preps for his Desert Hears Records debut, he’s come through with a special remix of Ghis. A. Meets Cheryl Porter’s “Bad Groove,” which he sampled himself from vinyl. Listen below and get down to his latest bouncy floor-filler with a touch of old school house nostalgia.

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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Want More & Tank Edwards – Shake Your Body EP

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Over the last year and a half the masses have been graced with records hailing from Los Angeles based indie house imprint Nite Records. With a steady flow of releases coming from names like LiTek, Aaron Jackson, Hostage, 219 Boys, and Fritz Carlton; it appears that Nite Records have become one of the current mainstays for up and coming house music. Their next release comes at us today by way of the United Kingdom. This time around we have UK duo Want More, teaming up with fellow UK native, Tank Edwards, for their ‘Shake Your Body’ EP which features two collaborative singles. The title-track ‘Shake Your Body’ features a thick, rolling bassline accompanied by steady percussion and playful stabs with a drowning vocal sample that reminds you to ‘shake your body’ every so often. The B side record is entitled ‘To The Rave Cave’ and holds more of an old school ravey vibe with hints of acid house coming at you. Talk about classic UK house wrapped up and delivered in a two track EP!

Want More and Tank Edwards look to be another big release for the LA based label as both Edwards and Want More already have a steady following in the UK house scene and both have already featured work on some rather prestigious UK labels including Low Steppa’s Simma Black. In addition to that, Want More was even asked to put out an ‘All Gone Pete Tong Evolution Mix’ back in 2015, and you may recognize the second track of that mix…. Of course we are referring to title track ‘Shake Your Body.’ Want More & Tank Edwards are definitely two breakout acts from the UK to keep your eyes on in 2016. Their ‘Shake Your Body’ EP is out now and has seen early support from the likes of Vanilla Ace, Sinden, Golf Clap, Full Intention, Treasure Fingers, and more.

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[STREAM] Weiss – “She Said” Out Jan. 22 On Play It Down

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I don’t know what it is about this song, but ever since I heard it I can’t stop playing it. It’s infectious in all the right ways. The energy is optimistic with guitar driven melodies living in coordination with warm synth chords as the effervescent four on the floor brings the tune home. With early support from Matthias Tanzmann, Jamie Jones, Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Claude Vonstroke, and Davide Squillace, it’s safe to say this is not one to sleep on.

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DOM SERVINI’S ALLO LOVE CHART :: JANUARY 2016

  1. Little Shalimar – Phoenix (Mass Appeal Promo DL)
  2. Rim & Kasa – Gas Line / Love You For Real (Edits) (Mukatsuku Test 12)
  3. Mr. Fries – Mr. Fries EP (Wolf Promo DL)
  4. True – Give Me Something (Bandcamp DL)
  5. Cuisine Dub – Fatureta (Fields & Forests Tavern 10)
  6. Evan Geesman – Take a Chance (Ubiquity)
  7. Jonny Drop – Subplot (Albert’s Favourites)
  8. Melt Yourself Down – Dot To Dot (DJ Khalab Remix) (The Leaf Label 12)
  9. V/A – Praise Poems 3 (Tramp Promo DL)
  10. V/A – Give ‘N’ Take (Uncanny Valley 12)

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Dom Servini – Amazing Radio Show #23

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1st Hour
Album of the Week: David Bowie – Blackstar
David Bowie – Dollar Days (Sony)
Marius – Aquarius (Boogie Angst)
Inkswel – Together feat. Colonel Red (BBE)
Little Shalimar – Phoenix feat. Roxiny & Tunde Adebimpe (Mass Appeal)
Letherette – Rayon (Ninja Tune)
Snarky Puppy – Soro (Afriki) (Impulse!)
Carmelo Torres y Los Toscos – El Chacho (NYCT)
Aziza Brahim – El Wad (Glitterhouse)
Nicola Conte & Stefania Dipierro – A Menina Dança (Far Out)
Gilles Peterson’s Havana Cultura Band – The Rumba Experiment (Motor City Drum Ensemble Remix) (Brownswood)
Focus on Athens of the North Records
Barbara Mason – You Better Stop (Athens of the North)
Tortilla Factory – Cookin’ (Athens of the North)
Samuel Jonathan Johnson – Reason for the Reason (Athens of the North)
2nd Hour
Sol Monk – Half Golan feat. Roy Harmon (Raw Tapes)
Garden City Movement – My Only Love (Al Dobson Jr Remix) (BLDG5)
Album of the Week: David Bowie – Blackstar
David Bowie – Blackstar (Sony)
San Proper – LOVE (Dopeness Galore)
BEMET – Hipster Breeze feat. Assaf Talmudi (Time Groove)
Jonny Drop Exclusive Mini-Mix
Leroy Hutson – Situations
Ned Doheny – Think Like a Lover
Madlib – Montara
Mark B & Blade – Superior Mindstate (Instrumental)
The Group NSI – Moin Epi vou
Souleance – Secoue
Celia Cruz – Guede Zaina
Todd Terje – Preben Goes to Acapulco
Lone – Banyan Drive
Hiatus Kiaoyte – Only Time All The Time
Jonny Drop – The Moon & The Stars
The Ramsey Lewis Trio – Slipping Into Darkness
Oliver Sudden – Life Aquatic (Radio Version) (DL)
Dylan Howe – Art Decade (Dylan Howe)
Album of the Week: David Bowie – Blackstar
David Bowie – Lazarus (Sony)

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[DOWNLOAD] The Interns Present: To The Moon & Back

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The tale of two Interns continues with the latest installment of “The Interns Present” mixtape series. Inspired by the guiding light of a full moon and it’s all powerful presence, “To The Moon & Back” provides an instrumental introspection into the different aspects of the galaxy we call home. With every passing transition, let the loss of gravity free you from your conscious mind as galactic vibrations and deep tech grooves guide you definitively… To The Moon & Back. Enjoy & download here.

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Grimes throws a vampire dance party in 'Kill V. Maim' music video

Grimes has released a new music video for her Art Angels cut, “Kill V. Maim.” The video features the song’s main character, a gender-switching vampire, partying underground with other nocturnal raver friends all clad leather and blood. 

The video was directed by Grimes’ Claire Boucher and her brother Mac. Fun fact: part of this video was shot inside Toronto’s abandoned Lower Bay subway station.

 

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Monday, January 18, 2016

From the bar to the 12-bar: why dance music loves the blues

A new compilation from DJ Ali B is just the latest event in one of dance music’s longest lasting but rarely acknowledged infatuations

The blues can seem like the most unassailably archaic of genres. Reggae, jazz and even folk have their cycles of modernisation and reinvention, but for whatever reason adoption of the blues by musicians – whether dad pub bands or high-concept arch throwbacks like Jack White – often seems to imply traditionalism and small c conservatism.

There are always exceptions, however, and the worlds of sampling and DJ culture have a hidden history of repurposing the blues in more interesting ways. This week, a former resident at London’s Fabric nightclub, DJ Ali B, has released a seamless DJ mix of tracks by John Lee Hooker, BB King, Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters, Lightnin’ Hopkins and Sonny Boy Williamson. There’s no technological radicalism to it – just ultra-slick selection and sequencing, and neat blends from one track to the next – but it throws new light on the tunes as immediate, strange and fully functional in a modern club, rather than as museum pieces.

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Sunday, January 17, 2016

Rosie Lowe: ‘Everyone should go to therapy... we’re such complex beings’

The Devon-born musician on chopping her own wood, championing feminism and relinquishing control

London-based musician Rosie Lowe, 26, was born in Devon, the youngest of six children. She grew up in a basic wooden house built by her dad, keeping herself entertained (there was no TV) by learning six instruments. After completing a popular music course at Goldsmiths, she started making her own music – a languorous take on electronic soul (think Sade refracted by the xx). She has collaborated with Kwes and the Invisible’s Dave Okumu, and signed to producer Paul Epworth’s label in 2014. Her debut album, Control, is out on 19 February.

You had quite a ‘back-to-nature’ childhood. How has that shaped you?
I think it’s made me grounded in a way I didn’t appreciate back then. It’s the same now when I go back – we have to chop wood and pick our own vegetables and stuff. You can’t drink the water. It makes you very patient – when I was writing the album there it was like a full-time job keeping the house warm.

As a woman, I think, I’ve got to be very much in control because I don’t want to be moulded

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'When I joined the NME in the 70s, Bowie was an obsession'

With his endless reinvention – from alien androgyne to exiled Berliner – David Bowie provided the soundtrack for a generation. Here veteran music writer and editor Neil Spencer remembers pop’s chameleon

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Among the first tributes paid to David Bowie after the announcement of his death last Monday morning was that by David Cameron, who spoke of Bowie as “a genius who provided the soundtrack of our lives”, citing his own days at Eton listening to a friend’s copy of Hunky Dory.

Putting aside the unlikely image of the prime minister rocking out to Queen Bitch, Cameron was shrewd enough to recognise that someone very special had checked out, and that the nation’s collective heart would face the working week sorely bruised. It made quite a contrast to the silence with which Margaret Thatcher greeted the assassination of John Lennon a generation earlier. If Cameron’s remarks show how deeply assimilated into our culture pop has become, Bowie’s death highlights how far pop’s powers of subversion and invention have atrophied. Over the tempestuous decade of his 1970s glory years, Bowie illuminated popular culture in a way unequalled since, and which is unimaginable in the X Factor era.

He was an emaciated, snow-blind wreck, cowering in his Beverly Hills home, in terror of psychic attack from warlocks

He watched as Joy Division and New Order borrowed Low for their template, and the New Romantics borrowed his clothes

Few fans would choose his last 20 years as their favourite chapter, but for Bowie it was his truest era, his 'real life'

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Friday, January 15, 2016

Felix Jaehn – Ain’t Nobody (Prince Fox Remix)

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Prince Fox has been all over radars lately.  A major label signing, massive tour, and great tunes to go along with it.  Things are boding well for the young producer in 2016, and he’s kicking things off with a remix for Felix Jaehn.  He turns the tropical tune into a more futuristic pop edition, using some punchy synths and percussion.  The track really translates nicely from Prince Fox’s point of view, bringing something new to your ears.  Grab the tune now!

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[PREVIEW] Luciano Returns For First LA Club Performance In Years At Avalon Hollywood (1/16)

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In just a couple of days, one of the most influential underground pioneers, Luciano, will be taking the helm at Avalon Hollywood, and this is a particularly special occasion as it’s his first LA club performance in two years. Coming off of a stand-out run at BPM Festival, this renowned ambassador of underground electronic music will be spinning an extended set to showcase his world-class blend of house and techno with a touch of Latin influences. On top of his own music, Luciano has built a name off of his well-respected party brand, Vagabundos, and on point curation on his label, Cadenza Records, so you can expect him to manifest these vibes and sounds for an epic Saturday night. Buy tickets here.

Check out the video after the jump to see how it’ll all go down on Saturday!

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Argonaut & Wasp – The Sneeze

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argonaut&wasp is Theo Klein and Trey Schibli based in Brooklyn, NY.   They’ve just revealed their new single “The Sneeze”, an infectious indie-infused pop tune with influences ranging from The Talking Heads to Empire of the Sun. A product of a deep, yet eclectic musical upbringing, the duo effortlessly draws from indie and electronic music to create a zeitgeist sound that’s truly their own. Launching onto the scene with their ambitious debut EP Future Protocol earlier this year, the young duo has rapidly become one of most exciting new names in the indie dance scene.  Stream the track now!

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Dele Sosimi plays at Anti Slavery Club 85 on 6/03

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New band of the week: Transviolet (No 86)

Channelling their inner David Bowie, the US electropop four-piece offer up a rallying cry to the young and the renegade

Hometown: LA via NYC.

The lineup: Sarah McTaggart, Judah McCarthy, Michael Panek and Jon Garcia.

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Thursday, January 14, 2016

[STREAM] RÜFÜS DU SOL’s New Single – “Say A Prayer For Me”

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The summer season is heating up for the boys of RÜFÜS with a new album on the way and a looming Coachella play to kick the season off! The forth single off their Sophomore album features their classic lazy day house vibes and sultry melodies, rounding out their already loaded catalogue for Bloom, set to be released on January 22nd. If there’s one thing that’s clear, the RÜFÜS boys need no prayer, the future is already looking bright as can be! Stream the new track below and catch them when you can.

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Gideon Conn at the Castle Hotel in Manchester on 06/03

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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Dom Servini – Amazing Radio Show #22

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1st Hour

 

  • The Magnificent Tape Band – Patterns in my Mind feat. Rachel Modest (ATA Records)
  • The Magnificent Tape Band – Golden Shades (ATA Records)
  • Children of Zeus – No Sunshine Tomorrow (First Word)
    Edmony Krater & Zepiss – Tijan (Heavenly Sweetness)
  • Garden City Movement – The Best of Times (BLDG5)
  • Cassiano – Onda (Heavenly Sweetness)
  • NxWorries – Link Up (Clean) feat. Anderson .Paak & Knxwledge (Brownswood)
  • B.B. & the Undrground Kingz – Lil’ Ghetto Woman feat. Lil’ Wayne (Instrumental) (Free DL)
  • Snarky Puppy – Sing to the Moon feat. Laura Mvula (Impulse!)
  • Anthony Joseph – Tamarind (GUTS Remix Inst) (Heavenly Sweetness)
  • Henri-Pierre Noel – Funky Spider Dance (The Reflex Revision) (Wah Wah 45s)
  • Tala AM – Hot Koki (EVM128 Remix) (Africa Seven)

2nd Hour

  • Restless Soul Fun Band – It’s Hard feat. Shea Soul & Light Particle (BBE)
  • Paper Tiger – I’m a Cyborg (but that’s OK) (Wah Wah 45s)
  • Pedestrian – Torn Blue (Dama Dama)
  • Beacon – Preserve (Ghostly International)
  • Waterson – Tell Me (Ashley Beedle Remix) (Back to the World)
  • The Incognito Traveller – Issues of Exclusion (BBE)
  • Ink Project – Everything Change (Original) (Blind Colour)
  • Emanative – UNITY (White)
  • Space Captain – Two (Tru Thoughts)
  • Contact Field Orchestra – Sluice Box Tavern (Free DL)
  • Elaine Correa – Aftertaste (Movimientos)
  • Dos Palos – Lady of the West Way (Ilija Rudman Higher Ground Inst) (Nu Northern Soul)
  • Erik Sumo & the Fox Fairies – Liza, the Fox Fairy (Budabeats)
  • George Adams – Send in the Clowns (Dopeness Galore)

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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

[NEWS] BBC Radio 1 Announce Live Pete Tong Shows from LA and Miami Rooftops

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Pete Tong & BBC Radio 1 aren’t wasting any time in bringing their legendary broadcasts stateside. First, it was the announcement of a special Essential Mix show featuring Richie Hawtin at Exchange LA on January 22nd, and now Pete is set to broadcast his Friday night show from LA and Miami rooftops in the coming months. For the first broadcast in Los Angeles on January 22nd (10pm-1am UK time, 2-5pm LA time), Pete will be be hosting his show on a rooftop in West Hollywood with gorgeous views of downtown LA, which is the perfect venue for a show that will reflect on the local electronic scene. To sweeten the deal, Pete even invited some special guests to perform, including Eric Prydz, MK (with a special guest), Claude VonStroke, and Richie Hawtin will also be stopping by. More names are expected to be announced during Pete’s Radio 1 show this Friday (1/15).

Part two of Pete’s American broadcast will continue on March 18th during Miami Music Week, and he’ll be accompanied by Radio 1’s Annie Mac and Danny Howard for the special broadcast, as well as some of the biggest names in dance music. Stay tuned to BBC Radio 1 for more details to come.


“I’m very excited about my show coming live from LA on Jan 22nd. Los Angeles has become a creative hub for electronic artists from all over the world during the past few years and California and Las Vegas a hot bed of ground breaking festivals and some of the world’s leading clubs. Bringing the show out of Hollywood and being able to reflect some of the exciting things going on is a great way to start the year.”
– Pete Tong

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Bopperson at Bussey Building (Peckham) on 6/02

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Bopperson plays at The Trinity 23/01

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Gideon Conn plays at Cloudspotting festival (Lancashire) 29-31st July

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Gideon Conn at the Velvet Badger Festival (2-3rd July)

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