GDD™ Morning Update: Boys Noize, Burial, Addison Groove


Boys Noize announces Out Of The Black remixes
Burial opens up (a little) about new EP Rival Dealer
• Addison Groove to drop second album Presents James Grieve


Boys Noize announces Out Of The Black remixes

Boys Noize has revealed details of Out Of The Black—The Remixes, set to drop on Boys noize Records in February 2014. 

The Berlin-based DJ and producer’s third album was released in October 2012. Of the initial 12 tracks, ten have been selected for the remix LP. First single “What You Want” has been reworked by Jimmy Edgar, while MMM and Justice present interpretations of “XTC and “Ich R U” respectively. Snoop Dogg collaboration “Got It” has been given the once over by Blood Diamonds, with The Chemical Brothers,Chromeo and Audion also featuring. Describing his Acid State remix of “Stop”, the latter claims: “It’s as if the song did its thing at one club, grabbed its coat and went to another club across town to take on a new life.”

01. What You Want (Jimmy Edgar Unreleased Dub MixAlb)
02. XTC (MMM Remix Boys Noize Re-Did)
03. Missile (Boys Noize DJ Edit)
04. Conchord featuring Siriusmo (Oliver Remix)
05. Ich R U (Justice Remix)
06. Got It featuring Snoop Dogg (Blood Diamonds Remix)
07. What You Want (Chromeo Remix)
08. XTC (The Chemical Brothers Remix)
09. Stop (Audion’s Acid State Mix)
10. Circus Full Of Clowns feat. Gizzle (Housemeister Remix)

Boys Noize Records will release Out Of The Black in February 2014.

(via Resident Advisor)


Burial opens up (a little) about new EP Rival Dealer


On Mary Anne Hobbs‘ latest BBC 6 Music show, she shares a brief message from Burial about the producer’s new EP, Rival Dealer.

Released this week, Rival Dealer hasn’t only proved to be Burial’s most divisive release in years, it’s also one of his most conceptually interesting, with samples (most notably the EP’s closing speech by Lana Wachowski) referring to issues of sexuality, transformation and acceptance. In a text from Burial that Hobbs shares on the show, he explains that “I put my heart into the new EP, I hope someone likes it. I wanted the tunes to be anti-bullying tunes that could maybe help someone to believe in themselves, to not be afraid, and to not give up, and to know that someone out there cares and is looking out for them.”

Burial concludes that “it’s like an angel’s spell to protect them against the unkind people, the dark times, and the self-doubts.” You can listen to Rival Dealer here and listen to Hobbs’ show here.

(via FACT Mag)


Addison Groove to drop second album Presents James Grieve


Addison Groove will release his second album on February 28.

Titled ‘Presents James Grieve’, it’ll be released on 50Weapons, the label the Bristol producer has put out most of his work through, including debut LP ‘Transistor Rhythm’.

While previous music was indebted to Chicago ghetto house and footwork, this sophomore effort will lean more toward drum ‘n’ bass and jungle, with tempos moving toward the speedier end of things.

Addison Groove’s last EP, the Sam Binga collaboration ‘BS3′, is a good indication of what to expect. Scope the tracklist below.

01 Intro
02 Just You feat. Josefina
03 Warped
04 11th feat. Sam Binga
05 Space Apples
06 Malus
07 One Fall
08 The Spirit Level
09 Bad Seed
10 Abandon
11 167 Blast feat. DJ Die
12 Cultivate
13 Rzor feat. Sam Binga and MC DRS
14 Ain‘t It Love

(via Mixmag)