GDD™ Morning Update: Burial, Disclosure, Riva Starr, Movement Festival

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• Stream Burial‘s New ‘Rival Dealer’ EP
• Disclosure to release remix album featuring DJ Premier, Larry Heard and more
Riva Starr Announces ‘Eat Sleep Rave Repeat’ Tour
Movement Festival Detroit announces phase 1 artist lineup

 

Stream Burial’s New ‘Rival Dealer’ EP

Though it was earlier reported that the new EP from shadowy Hyperdub icon Burial would be released on December 16, the UK imprint surprisingly elected to make the three-song effort available a week early. Even better, all three tracks from the Rival Dealer EP (artwork above) have been posted online and can be heard in their entirety.

In truth, the vinyl versions of Rival Dealer won’t surface until next week, but the tunes can already be purchased digitally here. For those looking to give the tracks a listen first, Hyperdub have posted full streams on YouTube, which we’ve posted below. We’ve only been able to give the songs a cursory listen so far, but they do seem to find the mysterious UK producer delving into some new sonic territory. Much like his past few efforts, the songs here are elongated and could be described as having movements, but the sound palette has shifted somewhat; “Come Down to Us” even has a vaguely holiday vibe to it. Add in some unexpectedly political samples, and Rival Dealer is certainly an intriguing new chapter in the Burial saga.

(via XLR8R)

 

Disclosure to release remix album featuring DJ Premier, Larry Heard and more

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The Lawrence brothers enlist some legendary talent for a remix album.

Disclosure will cap off a star-making 2013 with a remix album, due out on December 17. While details are scarce, it is said to feature remixes by hip-hop legend DJ Premier, house veteran Larry Heard, up-and-comer Kaytranada, and more.

The inclusion of DJ Premier is a coup for the pair: the one-timeFACT mixers spoke with FACT earlier this year about Detroit hip-hop group Slum Village’s Fantastic Volume 2; there’s clearly plenty of rap in their background.

Disclosure scored a #1 album in the UK with Settle and just received a Grammy nomination for Best Dance/Electronica Album. They also teamed-up with Nile Rodgers and friends for the funkfest ‘Together’.

(via FACT Mag)

 

Riva Starr Announces ‘Eat Sleep Rave Repeat’ Tour

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Following Riva Starr’s club smashing collaboration with Fatboy Slim – ‘Eat Sleep Rave Repeat’ featuring vocals from Beardyman, Riva Starr has announced an American ‘Eat Sleep Rave Repeat’ tour which kicks off at Slake in New York on Thursday the 12th of December.

Riva Starr burst into the electronic music scene in 2009 with a
refreshing take on Latin house for some of the most respected
underground dance labels like Get Physical, Dirtybird and Made to
Play. A prolific producer and internationally in-demand club DJ, Riva
swiftly proceeded to confound his fledgling fan base with Balkan
beat behemoth “I Was Drunk” which has since amassed well over 8
million views on YouTube.

Riva is set to release the next in a series of remix EPs on the 16th
of December ‘Deep In Hand’ featuring remixes from Jesse Rose, NiCe7 & H.O.S.H followed by ‘Bass In Hand’ on the 6th of January and the full remix album in February.

December Tour Dates

12th New York – Slake
13th Toronto – EFS
14th Miami – Space
16th Los Angeles – Monday Night Social @ Sound
19th Austin – Kingdom Nightclub
21st Santiago – Mysteryland

 

Movement Festival Detroit announces phase 1 artist lineup

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The 2014 Movement Electronic Music Festival makes its way back to Detroit’s Hart Plaza on Memorial Day weekend, May 24-26 for a three-day celebration of dance music and the people that make it great. 2014 marks the festival’s ninth year and promises to be the best one yet with a staggering assortment of rising talents, local heavyweights and pioneering legends. 

Paxahau, producers of the annual dance event, are pleased to announce the phase one lineup featuring Detroit techno pioneer, Richie Hawtin; legendary dance music icon and Intec label boss, Carl Cox; and the highly versatile electronic music DJ/producer, Loco Dice.

Famed Radio One broadcaster, DJ and current Evolution Radio host, Pete Tong, whose name has been ubiquitous with dance music for decades, will make his Movement debut in 2014 as will rising hip-hop star, Action Bronson. The Queens-based MC (and notable culinary expert) recently released Blue Chips 2 with production duo, Party Supplies – a follow up to 2012’s critically acclaimed Blue Chips album. Techno titans Speedy J and Lucy will perform as the collaborative duo Zeitgeber for the first time in the U.S. The duo released their self-titled album this past summer through Berlin-based Stroboscopic Artefacts. This is also Speedy J’s first album collaboration since 2005’s LP Collabs 3000 : Metalism.

A large number of local artists are included in the announcement today, fortifying the festival’s unwavering support of Detroit and the artists within. This includes one of Detroit’s favorite sons, Grammy-nominated DJ/producer and Planet E chief, Carl Craig; the legendaryJeff Mills; and Techno-soul pioneer, Eddie “Flashin” Fowlkes, just to name a few.

“We really wanted to have some fun with the lineup this year and showcase artists that continue to reinvent the wheel of electronic music as well as a slew of hometown favorites who are legends in their own right,” said Chuck Flask, artist coordinator for Movement Electronic Music Festival.

The 49 performances announced today, in alphabetical order, are as follows:

Action Bronson
Adam X – live
Altstadt Echo
Anthony “Shake” Shakir
Black Asteroid – live
BMG
Brian Sanhaji – live
Carl Cox
Carl Craig
Chris Liebing
Damian Lazarus
Delano Smith
Dixon
DJ 3000
DJ Hyperactive
DJ Minx
DJ Psycho
DJ Sneak
Donor
DTM 2×4 DJ Seoul & T. Linder
Dustin Zahn
Eddie “Flashin” Fowlkes
Escort – live
Jamie Jones
Jeff Mills
Justin Martin
Keith Kemp
Kenny Larkin
Loco Dice
Los Hermanos – live
Luis Flores
Marques Wyatt
Metro Area – live
Miguel Migs
Mike Huckaby
Monoloc
Octave One – live
Pete Tong
Project 313 – live
Raíz
Richie Hawtin
Sean Deason
Simian Mobile Disco
Stacey “Hotwaxx” Hale
Stacey Pullen
Tale of Us
Terrence Dixon
The Martinez Brothers
Zeitgeber (Speedy J & Lucy)

Tickets for Movement are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting www.Movement.us. The cost for a three-day weekend pass is just $110 and grants fans general admission access to the festival grounds with in-and-out privileges. The cost for a three-day VIP pass is just $230 and includes many extras that can be found on the website.’

 

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