GDD™ Morning Update: Maya Jane Coles, Eats Everything, Brian Eno/Karl Hyde, Move D


• Listen to Maya Jane Coles‘ brand-new mix for triple j
Eats Everything celebrates 2020Vision’s 20th birthday with “Adam”
• Watch a short film of studio sessions for Brian Eno and Karl Hyde’s Someday World album
Move D gears up for North American tour


Listen to Maya Jane Coles’ brand-new mix for triple j

At the tail end of last month, Maya Jane Coles delivered her very first Fabric mix. Spanning Trus’Me, Ripperton and Negru, MJC’s milestone mix was every bit as well-handled as you’d expect. And when it comes to good stuff of the Coles cannon, when it rains, it pours: over the weekend the London lady delivered another superb mix, this time for triple j.

triple j’s Mix Up Exclusives program – usually helmed by Nina Las Vegas, but currently manned by Lewi McKirdy as NLV takes a well-earned break – scored the hour long mix and aired it late on Saturday night. With Kaiserdisco, Josh Wink and Ben Klock all making the cut, Coles’ selections are all quality. For now there’s no Soundcloud link, but you can listen over at the triple j website for the next few days. Hooray.


Stevio – Ty (Original Mix) – Mindtours
Ampers& – Miramar (Original mix) – Abstract Culture
Carlo – Once Upon A Flat (Original Mix) – Elevation Recordings
JCB – Of My Body (iO Mulen 99 Mix) – Highway Records
Jeremy Glenn – Jump The Fire (J Wiltshire remix) – Wait For The Night – Quintessentials
youANDTHEMACHINES ft. Bajka – Drift (Steve Bug’s Raw and Reduced Edit) – Ornaments Music
Frederick Alonso – Analogy – Stab Recordings
Cayam – Gloom Doom (Original Mix) – Hypercolour
Fur Coat – There’s No Time – Hot Natured
Horatio, Boghosian – Larisse (Original Mix) – Natural Rhythm
Ashworth – Cash Soup (Original Mix) – Native City
Bunny On Acid ft. Amp Fiddler – It’s On (Dub)
Gabri Corona – Houseeds (Chocolope Mix) – Rule 5
Josh Wink – Are you There (Ben Klock Remix) – Ovum
Christophe – Gotta Release (Last Magpie Remix) – Hypercolour
Daniel Bortz – The Misery Feat. Nils Corssen (Nu and Acid vs Pauli Remix) – Suol
Kaiserdisco – Devon (Orignal Mix) – Suara
Raffa FL – Guess What (Original Mix) – PetFood

(via inthemix)


Eats Everything celebrates 2020Vision’s 20th birthday with “Adam” 


The Bristol house boss goes deep.

UK label 2020Vision will celebrate its 20th birthday this year, and the anniversary with be marked by Content, an album curated by label boss Ralph Lawson that includes new exclusives and remixes of classic label tracks. Tom Trago, Matthew Herbert, Simian Mobile Disco, Groove Armada, Huxley and more have been tabbed for the 20-track album, set for release on June 30.

We’ve got the first taste of Content, and it’s a good one: a laser-riddled warehouse groover by Eats Everything. The track will be released on Monday (May 5) as the first sampler from the Contentalbum, but you can stream it below now.

(via FACT)


Watch a short film of studio sessions for Brian Eno and Karl Hyde’s Someday World album


Watch the pair explore the potential of new collaboration.

Ahead of the release of Brian Eno and Karl Hyde‘s first collaborative album, Someday World, on Warp Records on May 5, the label has released a short film consisting of a series of edits shot in Eno’s studio.

The footage shows Eno, Hyde and their band “exploring the potential of Someday World songs in the live setting.” The film includes excerpts of album single ‘Daddy’s Car’ as well as album track ‘When I Built This World’.

The album is the pair’s first full length together, following from a 2011 collaboration on Underworld’s ‘Beepop Hurry’. 

(via FACT)


Move D gears up for North American tour


Move D has lined up a 12-show tour of North America that starts later this month. 

It looks to be a very busy trip for the charismatic selector formally known as David Moufang, with the bookings all set for a barely-two-and-a-half week period. He’ll favour the western side of the continent this time around, starting the tour with a four-night run across the West Coast. Seattle is first on Thursday the 15th, followed by Vancouver, San Francisco (where Moufang will share the decks with UK duo Optimo for an extended set) and Los Angeles (where another UK outfit, Horse Meat Disco, is confirmed). 

Then there’s appearances in Phoenix, El Paso and Austin, before the trail leads Moufang to Detroit for Movement Festival: he’ll play the festival proper on Sunday the 25th, and the next day he’ll play an official afterparty called Closer which also features Kompakt man Michael Mayer, fabric resident Daniel Avery and the Motor City’s own Marcellus Pittman

The next weekend has Moufang hitting Brooklyn for a night of live performances at The Bunker. He’ll jam with Juju & Jordash as Magic Mountain High, and two more eclectic European favorites, Shackleton and Kangding Ray, are on that lineup as well. Over the following two days, Moufang will wind down his tour at EM15 in Montreal. Another Magic Mountain High set is in the works there, and to finish things off, he’s billed with Rome’sDonato Dozzy for a Piknic event the afternoon of Sunday, June 1st. 

Tickets to the shows in San FranciscoLADetroit (for the Closer party) and Brooklyn are available on RA.

United States of America May 15  Move D, Q Nightclub, Washington State
Canada May 16  Move D, Open Studios, Vancouver
United States of America May 17  Ayli with Move D B2B O.., Public Works, California (North)
United States of America May 18  Plastic Love &.., Sadie Kitchen & Lounge, California (South)
United States of America May 21  Push Push with Move D, Barsmith Phoenix, Arizona
United States of America May 22  Bumpswing with Move D, 1914 Lounge, Texas
United States of America May 23  Learning Secrets presents: Mov.., Kingdom Nightclub, Texas
United States of America May 25  Movement 2014 – Day 2, Hart Plaza, Michigan
United States of America May 26  As You Like It & Safe: Closer, TV Lounge, Michigan
United States of America May 30  The Bunker with Shackleton, Magic Mo.., The Wick, New York
Canada May 31  EM 15 – Day 5, Various Venues – Montreal, Montreal
Canada Jun 01  Piknic Electronik – Mutek ».., Parc Jean-Drapeau, Montreal

(via RA)