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Friday, April 24, 2015

GDD™ Morning Update: The Chemical Brothers, Matrixxman, Terranova

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The Chemical Brothers return with first album in five years
Matrixxman is Homesick on new LP for Ghostly International
• Stream a Track From Terranova‘s Forthcoming New LP for Kompakt


The Chemical Brothers return with first album in five years

The Chemical Brothers will release their latest album, Born In The Echoes, via Astralwerks on July 17th. 

The last LP from the UK giants came in 2010, with a live album and soundtrack work (for Hanna and Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt. 1) following. For the new record, Pitchfork say the duo has enlisted a number of high-profile features, with guest appearances coming from St. Vincent, Beck, Q-Tip, Cate Le Bon, and Ali Love. 

The group was just announced as a headliner for LA’s HARD Summer 2015 festival, though as NME reports, core member Ed Simons has quit touring to focus on academic work, ceding live duties to co-founder Tom Rowlands and visual collaborator Adam Smith. 

Annie Mac premiered the first single off Born In The Echoes on her BBC Radio 1 show earlier today. Check it out below. 

01. Sometimes I Feel So Deserted
02. Go feat. Q-Tip
03. Under Neon Lights feat. St. Vincent
04. EML Ritual feat. Ali Love
05. I’ll See You There
06. Just Bang
07. Reflexion
08. Taste Of Honey
09. Born In The Echoes feat. Cate Le Bon
10. Radiate
11. Wide Open feat. Beck

Astralwerks will release Born In The Echoes on July 17th, 2015.

(via RA)


Matrixxman is Homesick on new LP for Ghostly International


Matrixxman will release his first full-length Homesick via Ghostly International on July 10th. 

The Bay Area artist born Charlie Duff has released 12 EPs since 2013, spreading out his tracks across labels like Dekmantel, Soo Wavey Records (the imprint he runs with Vin Sol) and Spectral Sound. 

On Homesick’s twelve tracks, he explores Detroit-informed techno, electro and ambient soundscapes while indulging a longtime interest in contemporary science fiction. The record references both Motor City landmarks (“Packard Plant”) and cutting-edge neuroscience (“Annika’s Theme”). Seemingly obsessed with futurist inventor Ray Kurzweil’s theory of singularity, Duff expounds on the themes of artificial intelligence which inspired Homesick: “We will have the technological capability to fully map out a human brain in its entirety within 30 years,” he says. “The implications of such a possibility are deep and far reaching. We will be crossing a Rubicon towards a new phase in human consciousness. I am one person that is prepared to take that step.” 

Prepare for what’s in store with album track “Augmented,” streaming below. 

01. Necronomicon
02. Augmented
03. Red Light District
04. Packard Plant
05. Dejected
06. Network Failure
07. False Pattern Recognition
08. Opium Den
09. Annika’s Theme
10. HMU (Hit Me Up)
11. Switchblade
12. Earth Like Conditions

Ghostly International will release Homesick on July 10th, 2015.

(via RA)


Stream a Track From Terranova’s Forthcoming New LP for Kompakt


Berlin pair Terranova‘s keenly awaited new album—their first since 2012′s Hotel Amour—is due to drop next month on Kompakt. Ahead of that, the duo has shared a full stream of album track “Skin & Bones,” a lush, sweeping cut that features guest vocals from Danish artists Lydmor & Bon Homme (Tomas Hoffding of WhoMadeWho, who previously featured on Terranova’s 2012 summer anthem “Question Mark”). “Skin & Bones” can be streamed on the player below, while the Restless LP gets its full release on Kompakt on May 11.

(via XLR8R)

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