• Cut Copy celebrate Melbourne’s music scene with Oceans Apart
• Autograf Releases Remix of Lorde’s “Team”
• Hear Plastikman’s alternative score for 1928 silent film Brumes d’automne
Cut Copy celebrate Melbourne’s music scene with Oceans Apart
The three-piece band, who themselves hail from the Victorian capital, have spent much of the past few years touring abroad. Founding member Dan Whitford explains, however, that they’ve “always found deep inspiration in the music of our home city.” He says the thriving state of Melbourne’s dance scene prompted them to compile a release to showcase their current favourite acts from the city. The mix spans 19 tracks from as many artists, featuring names like Tornado Wallace, Fantastic Man, Roland Tings, Sleep D and Andras Fox, as well as Cutters labelmates Knightlife and Nile Delta. Oceans Apart will be available digitally on November 11th and as two vinyl EP samplers on the 18th. A launch party will be held as part of Melbourne Music Week at Queen Victoria Market on November 15th, with Cut Copy DJs joined by a number of the artists featured on the release.
01. Knightlife – Don’t Stop
02. Andras & Oscar- Music Is My Life
03. Michael Ozone – Oxygen
04. Statue – Statue Theme
05. Turkish Prison – Overboard
06. Ara Koufax – Brenda
07. Myles Mac – Suburban Odyssey
08. Fantastic Man – Robotic Temptation
09. NO ZU – Raw Vis Vision
10. Coober Pedy University Band – Kookaburra
11. A+O – Take Me
12. Nile Delta – Aether
13. Tornado Wallace – Circadia
14. Speed Painters – Total Person
15. Len Leise – Call of Kati Thanda
16. Bell Towers – After Party at Jackson’s House
17. World’s End Press – Feel City (Outskirts Dub)
18. Roland Tings – Swimmer
19. Sleep D – Austral Aura
Cutters Records will release Cut Copy presents: Oceans Apart on November 11th, 2014.
Autograf Releases Remix of Lorde’s “Team”
“It’s been an inspirational summer for us and we wanted to maintain that feeling by starting this new “Future Tropical” series of song releases. It’s been a summer of many firsts where we went on our first tour, finished our first original songs, performed at our first festival, first boat party, and first lakefront show. It’s also been a summer of “making” and “building” stuff. In addition to making songs, we’ve been constructing the Autograf music and art studio in the backyard.
So it’s been a summer of coming together to put all our passion into this new project of ours. So for Issue 1 of “Future Tropical” we wanted to give you a bit of that spirit by remixing what has become a theme of ours these past couple of months, “Team” by Lorde. We love Future House and we love that Tropical House, so this is our Futuristic take using some of our favorite tropical instruments like steel drums, marimbas and flutes. Summer might technically be over, but for us it never ends. This is “Future Tropical”. Enjoy.” – Autograf.
Hear Plastikman’s alternative score for 1928 silent film Brumes d’automne
Techno overlord dips in to his Plastikman alias for unusual film soundtrack.
Richie Hawtin has shared his alternative score for Dimitri Kirsanoff’s Brumes d’automne, a French silent film from 1928.
Hawtin’s soundtrack, created under his Plastikman moniker, premiered at Centre Pompidou in Paris on September 19. The project was commissioned by French director Bertrand Bonello, who described the 12-minute film as “a breathtaking beauty, an emotion that few words can explain,” adding: “The original music is by Paul Devred. What would we see differently if the music was different?”
As well as Hawtin, Diana Soh and Bonello himself contributed alternative scores to the film for the event.
Hawtin returned to his Plastikman alias this year for a live album, EX, recorded at New York’s Guggenheim.