GDD™ Morning Update: Seth Troxler, Ryan Hemsworth, FaltyDL


Seth Troxler to launch Soft Touch Records in September
Ryan Hemsworth Announces His “Sucker for Punishment” Tour
• Stream FaltyDL‘s Upcoming LP for Ninja Tune in Full


Seth Troxler to launch Soft Touch Records in September

Seth Troxler will be launching his new record label Soft Touch Records, and he’s confirmed this will kick off with a release this September.

Troxler has already created two separate record labels this year, known as Tuskagee Music and Play It, Say It, focusing on the release of “high grade white labels” and club inspired tracks.

Soft Touch Records will feature newer artists, who Troxler feels have produced interesting music that has not been given a platform from which to flourish, and will feature a variety of music from techno and house, to guitar and folk music.

Troxler’s first release will be coming from Clarian North from Footprintz, and is a three track EP entitled ‘There Light At The End’. See the tracklist below.

01. Is There Light At The End
02. Mirror of the Sun feat. Jess Cardinal
03. Promethean Eyes (Loose Mix) (Clarian And The Breezes)

(via Mixmag)


Ryan Hemsworth Announces His “Sucker for Punishment” Tour


Canadian producer Ryan Hemsworth has recently announced his new tour, Sucker For Punishment.

Featuring 21 separate dates, the tour will span North America, stopping off in cities such as Chicago, New York, Montreal and Atlanta.

The Sucker For Punishment tour comes after the producer’s releases in recent years, including the ‘Still Awake‘ EP and his album ‘Guilt Trips‘.

Tickets are available now from Hemsworth’s tour website. See the Sucker For Punishment tour dates below and watch him play in our Lab below that.

November 5 – Charleston, CS – The Music Farm
November 6 – Columbia, SC – The Music Farm
November 7 – Atlanta, GA – The Basement
November 8 – Nashville, T – Exit/In
November 9 – Austin, TX – FunFunFun Fest
November 11 – Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair
November 12 – South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
November 13 – Chicago, IL – Double Door
November 14 – Montreal, QC – Le Belmont
November 15 – Toronto, ON – The Opera House
November 19 – Washington, DC – U Street Music Hall
November 20 – NYC, NY – Bowery Ballroom
November 21 – Brooklyn, NY – Rough Trade
November 22 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s
November 26 – Winnipeg, MB – Union Sound Hall
November 27 – Calgary, AB – Hifi Club
November 28 – Edmonton, AB – Starlite
December 3 – Eugene, OR – Wow Hall
December 4 – Portland, OR – Branx
December 6 – Seattle, WA – Neumos
December 13 – Boulder, CO – Fox Theatre

(via Mixmag)


Stream FaltyDL’s Upcoming LP for Ninja Tune in Full


Since announcing that a new album for Ninja Tune was in the works in May, FaltyDL has built anticipation for the upcoming release with track streamscreative videos, and even some poetry. Now, just a week before his fourth full-length effort sees its official release, the 17-track In the Wild is streaming in full. The album arrives a year after FaltyDL’sHardcourage LP, also for Ninja Tune, and—as the Brooklyn artist discussed in his recent20 Questions session—may quite possibly be his least dance-oriented work to date. In the Wild is officially due out on August 12, and can be streamed in full now via the New York Times.

(via XLR8R)