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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

CRSSD FESTIVAL IS BACK

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Hello March! The big kickoff month always brings excitement to the scene – a barrage of big releases, the coming of spring, and the festival circuit gets its gears in motion. To get it all started, San Diego’s CRSSD Festival strikes first this weekend, boasting an incredible lineup of some of the best in underground dance music. This bite sized festival has quickly become one of our favorites because of the carefully curated artists, both live and DJ (not to mention the beautiful crowd and southern California weather.)

Now, one look at the lineup and it goes without saying that the populace will be frothing to get front and center for big guns like Flume and Duke Dumont – but whats more important and our pleasure is letting you in on the sleepers who are not to be missed (with audio to prove it)

Saturday
ÅME
Amtrac
Moon Boots
Point Point
Wax Motif

Sunday
Jackmaster
Dusky (live)
Elderbrook
Kasbo
Latmun

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Monday, February 27, 2017

Courtney John's New Single "Yes We Are"



When new music comes from Courtney John it's always something special. Blessed with a gift for creating music that speaks to the human condition, Courtney John sings about love, about life, about relationships and about good times. His mission is simple– to make music that transcends time and leaves listeners happy and lifted.

His critically acclaimed album, Made in Jamaica, spawned the infectious hit single Lucky Man. Synchs for Lucky Man have included the movies Chef and Still Alice and television commercial for the brand Axe/Lynx.

His new single Yes We Are is a mix of vintage & modern production that's sure to be a certified hit.



The track is produced by acclaimed music producer, musician and sound engineer Pierre-Marie Williamson a.k.a. Brimstone and I-nity.

I would love for you to consider Courtney John for your playlist.

DETAILS:

ARTIST: COURTNEY JOHN
SONG: YES WE ARE
LABEL: SOUL MAN RECORDS/ FIWI MUSIC JAMAICA

New band of the week: Ménage à Trois (No 141) – lounge funk and synthadelic slow jams

Mancunian boy band who met at a gay karaoke bar specialise in music that ‘longs for sun and love and good times’

Hometown: Manchester.

The lineup: Joseph Louis Harland Manning (instruments), Jonathan Flanders (vocals), Craig Langton (electronics).

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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Thundercat: Drunk review – a lopsided wonderland of stoned soul

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Now that sun-squelched jazz is having a mainstream moment – thanks in part to Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly – Flying Lotus’s cosmic sidekick sets out his stall in vivid high-definition. Thundercat’s 23-track third album, Drunk, takes you down a rabbit hole and turfs you out in his lopsided wonderland of funk, soul, hip-hop and soft rock, with guest characters including Lamar, Pharrell, saxophonist Kamasi Washington and Wiz Khalifa. It’s an eccentric, surreal and oddly hypnotic listen – most of it, he has said, inspired by the times he’s been less than sober.

The result is restless, like flipping through a graphic novel. Friend Zone is a gorgeous pearl of groove, with hints of underwater funk not unlike Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s; Lamar’s track Walk on By sounds like the sombre result of knocking back a vial of something lurid. The soft rock touches, meanwhile, are a masterstroke. Them Changes pairs elastic, syrupy bass with a perky falsetto featheriness inspired by Kenny Loggins and the Doobie Brothers. And Thundercat brings the former together with the latter’s Michael McDonald on Let Me Show You, drawing a firm line between their 70s LA sound and his own scene’s latter-day efforts. “We young black Hollywood,” raps Khalifa on Drink Dat – and this is its cinematic stoner soundtrack.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Pet Shop Boys review – wistful veterans perform like peerless pop kids

SEC Armadillo, Glasgow
Decked out like dystopian gameshow hosts, the duo put on a gloriously overblown show that recaptures the triumph and optimism of their heyday

Rotating into view from behind two large white screens, dressed in black and sporting spherical metallic helmets that make their heads look like they’re hooked up to high-powered magnets, Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe could be gameshow hosts from a dystopian future.

The voltage is progressively cranked up on Inner Sanctum and Opportunities (Let’s Make Lots of Money) during another not exactly understated stage show, as a video screen beams intense shapes and colours and lasers slice through plumes of dry ice. But it’s Pet Shop Boys’ third song of the night, The Pop Kids (the linchpin of their latest album, Super) that more subtly captures the wistfully triumphant headspace in which this most definitively 1980s of British electronic pop acts operates.

Related: Party conference: why the Pet Shop Boys are worthy of academic consideration

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Primal Scream – 10 of the best

From jangly C86 indie band to generation-defining soundtrackers of the acid house era and paranoid comedown rockers, Bobby Gillespie and co just keep on keeping on

After 30 years of drugs, debauchery and leather trousers, it seems hilarious that Primal Scream were ever considered part of the C86 twee set. But Velocity Girl – the 1986 B-side of their second single – was the opening track of the NME’s influential compilation cassette of shambling DIY indie bands. A fleeting one-and-a-bit minutes of dreamy-eyed jangling, foreshadowing Bobby Gillespie’s interest in the darker side of life by seeming to describe a girl intravenously injecting vodka, it has stood the test of time, and was definitely admired by the Stone Roses, judging by its undeniable similarity to Made of Stone.

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

The Chainsmokers review – EDM party animals on the rampage

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The amiable New York duo shovel in all the hits and drops in a euphoric show that would benefit from slowing down occasionally

The word “friendzoned” is flashing on the screen above the stage, where the Chainsmokers are industriously party-rocking. It’s likely that neither of these amiable New Yorkers finds himself relegated to “just friends” status much these days, but they didn’t always have the clout that’s come with scoring an inescapable worldwide hit, Closer, which registered its billionth stream some time ago.

As a way of recalling a time when Drew Taggart and Alex Pall were just another aspiring beatmaker/songwriter duo, though, “friendzoned” is as good as anything.

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Bobby Friction's best of BBC Asian Network:

Ahead of the station’s live event, DJ Bobby Friction picks political pioneers, radical rap stars, EDM overlords and artists a step away from becoming international superstars

This is the group if you want pop and politics. Heems, Riz MC [the actor Riz Ahmed] and producer Redinho coming together was a dream come true for me. I was supporting Riz before he became a fully fledged rapper and actor and Heems when he was in Das Racist. They sound like everything you ever wanted an Asian band to sound like. They’ve released an album, Cashmere, it’s brilliant. They can change the world.

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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Dom Servini at Spiritland on 04/03

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Friday, February 17, 2017

Bar 90 Birthday Party Special with Dom Servini on 16/03

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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Dom Servini at Soul Store West (London) on 01/04

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Fenech-Soler: Zilla review – energetic but unexciting electro-pop

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With their namesake, bassist Daniel Fenech-Soler, having exited the band last year alongside fellow co-founder Andrew Lindsay, these days the Northamptonshire outfit operate solely as a vehicle for the remaining members, brothers Ross and Ben Duffy. Zilla is the third album in the band’s career, which began promisingly in 2010 with a track called Stop and Stare, a nicely melodic slice of synth-laden electropop. With nothing since then having made much of an impact, Zilla feels like the brothers’ attempt to breath new life into the band. In some ways they have succeeded: this record is energetic, hook-filled and sonically diverse enough to not to lapse into the uniformity that blights so much of the genre. But it also operates in a generic no man’s land – not novel enough to pass for pure pop, not cold and perfunctory enough for faceless EDM, not experimental enough to qualify as interesting alternative fare – and, ultimately, not quite distinctive enough to excite on its own terms.

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Spinning around: DJ Tiësto tops list of the world's most-travelled musicians

The Dutch dance music don has clocked up more than 1.5 million career miles. The freewheelin’ Bob Dylan trundled in third

Tiësto is the most-travelled musician in the world, according to a new report that calculates the career miles of leading artists, based on their tour schedules.

The Dutch DJ – who has previously topped Forbes’ list of the richest people in dance music – has travelled an exhausting 1,557,131 miles in the course of his career, equivalent to 62.53 times around the world (or 6.52 times to the moon).

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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Sould City with Resident DJ Dom Servini at The Jazz Cafe on 31/03

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Dom Servini at The Merchant’s Tavern on 23/03

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Dom Servini at The Shooting Star (Southampton) on 18/03

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Digger’s Dozen with Dom Servini at The Ace Hotel on 14/03

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Dom Servini at Brilliant Corners on 12/03

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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

DOM SERVINI’S ALLO LOVE CHART :: FEBRUARY 2017

  1. Hatchets – Hey Benji (Gop Tun 12)
  1. Homeshake – Call Me Up (Homeshake DL)
  2. Ben Hauke – Thames Down (Tinder Tapes Promo DL)
  3. Ponty Mython – House for Sale EP (Better Listen 12)
  4. New Venusians – New Venusians (Fresh Selects DL)
  5. Zee Erf – Southern Freeez (Claremont 56 12)
  6. Janka Nabay – Santa Monica (Lukabop Promo DL)
  7. Kraak & Smaak – Stumble (Richard Dorfmeister Remix) (Jalepeno)
  8. El Michel’s Affair – Snakes feat. Lee Fields (Big Crown 7)

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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Flume wins first Grammy for best dance album

Australian electronic producer says he’s ‘really proud to be representing Australia and Australian music’ as he wins award for best dance/electronic album for Skin

Grammys 2017: performances, winners and red carpet looks – live!
Grammy awards 2017 – full list of winners

Australian electronic producer Flume won his first Grammy award on Sunday, taking out the best dance/electronic album category for his second studio album, Skin.

The 25-year-old from Sydney beat out Jean-Michel Jarre, Tycho and Underworld to claim the award, but missed out in the best dance recording category for his song Never Be Like You.

Related: Grammys 2017: performances, winners and red carpet looks - live!

What is life ??!?? Thank you all #GRAMMYs http://pic.twitter.com/mBUWFS38RW

@flumemusic congratulations brother ! Incredible

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A history of the love song in 10 tracks

From gay anthems to online romance, love songs have charted our changing times. Here’s our guide to seven decades of swooning in pop

What do we sing about when we sing about love? Over the 65 years of the pop charts, songwriters have described love through similes: like oxygen, like a butterfly, like a heatwave. Love has also echoed loudly as a metaphor: as a tender trap, a battlefield, the devil, the drug. It flies over mountains and laughs at oceans. It makes me feel like I’m on another world with you. Nothing compares to love; without it, you’re like a bird without a song.

But love isn’t simply a small part of our individual stories. Love is about all of us in our most extreme states of being and it’s a concept that has changed as society has changed. Love songs tell us who we are and who we could be within the structures and systems that surround us: when we’re postwar survivors captivated by the possibilities of romance, film and fantasy; when sexual liberation surges; when love becomes something that can crush social barriers and boundaries or when it refuses to fit into any conventional categories. The progress of technology, diversity and equality has changed our definitions of love in tumultuous ways; no longer, for example, do gay men have to hide their love away, as John Lennon sang back in 1965. Songs about love are society’s soundtrack.

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Saturday, February 11, 2017

Dom Servini at Bar 90 (Hackney Wick) on 11/03

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DJ Dom Servini starts residency at The Jazz Cafe on 10/03

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The Milk at Manchester Albert Hall on 04/03

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Thursday, February 9, 2017

Graeme Miller & Steve Shill: The Moomins review – wonky DIY soundtrack provides a Proustian rush

(Finders Keepers)

The children’s TV series The Moomins, broadcast in the late 70s and early 80s, is as strange and charming as the Tove Jansson stories on which it is based. The stop-motion animation may have been made in Poland, but its wonky soundtrack was composed and recorded by a couple of post-punk theatre performers from Leeds. Accordingly, a maverick DIY feel pervades. Graeme Miller and Steve Shill’s synths sound as primitive as the most rudimentary 8-bit computer games, while Partytime shares a bass guitar break with Nick Lowe’s 1978 new wave gem I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass.

Like Jansson’s stories, the music can also be eerie. Midwinter Rites’ percussion is unsettling, and Comet Shadow could have graced one of Brian Eno’s ambient albums of the era. The leitmotifs of The Moomins Theme and Woodland Band will give anyone who saw the series as a child a Proustian rush, but amazingly, it’s the first time this remarkable soundtrack has been issued.

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Sinkane: Life & Livin’ It review – sunny-side-up sing-alongs and slinky rhythms

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Cult Nigerian electro-funkster William Onyeabor, whose 70s and 80s music experienced a renaissance in recent years, sadly died last month, but he has a spiritual successor in Ahmed Gallab, AKA Sinkane. Gallab’s time leading the Atomic Bomb! Band – in which he and guest members such as Damon Albarn and David Byrne reinterpreted Onyeabor’s music for a world tour – has had a clear influence on this, his sixth record. The Brooklyn native was always a purveyor of soulful global-pop, but here he is fully sunny-side-up, harnessing Onyeabor’s pop positivism, and blending Afrobeat, supple whammy-funk and shimmering krautrock to vibrant effect. Never mind the pap lyrics about “peace within our minds”, these are perfect daytime Glasto songs, filled with bright horns (Telephone), easy sing-alongs (Favourite Song, easily his Fantastic Man), feathery falsetto and the loopy fizz of 70s analogue synth Prophet-5. Passenger, perhaps his most realised song, slows the rhythm down to slinky. Sinkane has nowhere near the fame he deserves; may this be the album that gives you life.

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by Kate Hutchinson via Electronic music | The Guardian

Dom Servini plays at the Bussey Building on 04/03

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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Rhondavous is Back With Subb-an, Project Pablo & More

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If you’ve been to a Rhonda party in LA, you know what you’re in for.  For those unaware, you’re in for a night of huge tunes & polyamorous hijinks.

“Rhonda pulls out all the stops for its bashes at Union—their last party at the Mid-City club saw DJ Harvey DJing a packed main room in a gimp outfit. Their Valentine’s Day ‘Lovers’ Ball’ features Project Pablo, Tom Trago, and Kindness, and it’s safe to say Cupid would be pleased with a bill featuring DJ Deeon.”

Views from Rhondavous’ previous:

Some GDD highlight acts you won’t want to miss are Project Pablo, Tom Trago, Kindness, Subb-an & DJ Deeon. You won’t be disappointed.

Hosted at the multiroom/multilevel Union club on Pico, there will be tons of space to explore.  Grab some pals, leave your inhibitions at home, and grab a ticket to one of the hottest shows in Los Angeles.

 

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Monday, February 6, 2017

New band of the week: Parcels (No 138) – rapturous retro-pop and studio slickness

The Aussie band, now living in Berlin, make immaculately polished MOR pop that would sound at home in the company of Chic or 70s-era Fleetwood Mac

Hometown: Byron Bay, Australia.

The lineup: Louie Swain (keyboards), Patrick Hetherington (keyboards), Noah Hill (bass), Anatole “Toto” Serret (drums), Jules Crommelin (guitar).

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Friday, February 3, 2017

‘Your husband could end his MBA with little but debt to show for it’ – our work expert responds

Our careers expert – and you the readers – advise a DJ seeking stability, and a man debating whether to do an expensive MBA

For more than a decade I’ve been working in electronic music, and have been successful enough to make a fairly decent living as a DJ and music producer.

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Neil Bopperson – Best of 2016 (Le Mellotron)

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Bluestaeb – Tomorrow We Will Love Again

Bad Bad Not Good – Lavender (Innovative Leisure)

Jordan Rakai – Blame It On The Youth (Soul Has No Tempo)

Vulfpeck – Dean Town

Mild High Club – Tesselation (Stones Throw)

Sampology – Differnet Star (Soul Has No Tempo)

Lord Echo – Just Do ft Mara TK (Soundway)

Magic Source – Togetherness (Favourite Records)

79.5 – Terrorize My Heart (Big Crown Records)

Aged In Harmony – You’re_A_Melody

IMYRMIND – Orange Skin Food

Tenderlonious – Song For My Father (22a)

Collocutor – Agama (Contours remix) (On The Corner)

Anderson Paak – Am I Wrong

RJD2 – Peace Of What feat. Jordan Brown

Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band – Love Like This

Solange – Cranes In The Sky

Flamingosis – Feelings of Sentimentality Due to Getting Curved

Kraak & Smaak – So Clear (feat. Meeka Kates)

MONO-POLY – Shapeshift

Yussef Kamaal – Lowrider (Brownswood)

Dego & 2000 Black Family – Don’t Stop (Let It Go) (Neroli)

Kaytranada – Lite Spots (Same Speed Edit)

EKO – Funky Disco Music (Fly By Night Music)

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Neil Bopperson – November 2016 (Le Mellotron)

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Vulfpeck – Welcome to Vulf Records

Vulfpeck – Dean Town

Tullio De Piscope – Stop Bajòn

Freddy V – Stand In Your Light (DR.M D Edit)

Mtume – Juicy Fruit

Solange – Cranes In The Sky (Kaytranada Edit)

Resolution 88 – Afterglow Pt. 2

Reginald Omas Mamode IV – If You Want To Know (Five Easy Pieces)

Butcher Brown – Pimp Cane

Lee Fields – Precious Love (Big Crown Records)

Scrimshire – Little Drac Is Back

The Parker Brothers – Roller Dancin’ (Favourite Records)

Butcher Brown – Tambourine Gypsy

Kerem – Steppin Out

Batida + Branko_-_Eletrico (Boiler Room)

Jay Daniel – Paradise Valley (Technicolour)

Neko Neko – Twitch (My First Moth)

Pasteur_Lappe_-_Sekelimania (Nku_Bilam) (Africa Seven)

William Onyeabor – Fantastic Man (Luaka Bop)

Dom Thomas – Bombailen

Asha_Bhosle – Disco_Station

Hot Chip – Over and Over

Fresh Fruit – A Song For You

Benjamin Ball – Flashaflashlight_(Cultures Of Soul)

Drunkards – Koo Koo

IZEM – Water (feat. Segun Akano) (Soundway)

Alogte Oho & His Sounds of Joy – Mam Yinne Wa (Philaphon)

Doug Hream Blunt – Trek

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Thursday, February 2, 2017

PREMIERE: MASON – EVERYBODY EP [CLUB SWEAT]

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The Exceeder phenom Mason has been on a tear lately with a revival in house cuts, and his first release for 2017 is no substitute. He’s teamed up with our favorite Aussie gang from Sweat It Out to bring you his Everybody EP on their sub-imprint Club Sweat. Here’s what the boys had to say about the tunes and the dude himself:

“He’s one of our regulars.”
Joe The Bar Tender – said about Tom, a guy seen often at the bar.

“See him out here all the time. He’s a local.”
Sarah The Surfer – said about Jason, a guy that surfs at her local break..

“She’s here all the time.”
Grace The Fruiterer – said about Jacky, a girl that buys fruit from her all the time.

“He’s at the top nearly all the time.”
Johnny The Beatport Dude – said about MASON.

NOW – while these all may be hypothetical statements based on imagined conversations rather than actual conversations, imagination can often be based on truth and for sure, our boy MASON, Holland’s sweatiest export, is what one might call a Beatport chart hustler, a guy that hits that Top 100 on the reg – a guy that makes tunes as well as Germany makes cars, a guy that’s had number ones and countless top 10s and top 100’s – a guy that has an EP right here, right now, on our beloved CLUB SWEAT.

so….without further adieu.
Here are two little puppies that will no doubt be doing what he does…….Johnny The Beatport Dude – u know what we mean.

Mason on
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Twitter
Soundcloud

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Orbital return – listen to new track Kinetic

More than two years after their second split, the British dance duo have put aside their differences to go on tour again and release new material

More than two years since announcing their second split, in October 2014, Orbital have once again settled their differences and announced a reunion – along with a series of festival tour dates and new music.

The British dance duo, brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll, will break their silence with three outdoor events confirmed so far for this summer. They headline Forbidden Fruit in Dublin, Standon Calling in Hertfordshire and the Bluedot festival at Jodrell Bank radio telescope near Manchester. There’s new music, too, with a new single Kinetic, available to listen to below.

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