GDD™ Morning Update: Flying Lotus, TomorrowWorld, Shiba San, Autograf

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• Listen back to Flying Lotus’ latest Radio 1 Residency
TomorrowWorld Unveils DreamVille 2014 Recap Movie
• DIRTYBIRD Announces First Single of 2015 – Shiba San ‘Planet Floor’ EP Out February 23rd
• Odesza’s “All We Need” Receives Remix Treatment from Autograf

 

Listen back to Flying Lotus’ latest Radio 1 Residency

Flying Lotus delivered the second instalment of his Radio 1 Residency last night, showing off his eclectic and occasionally psychedelic taste with tracks from Thom Yorke, DJ Paypal, Death Grips, Beat Spacek and Aphex Twin’s recent SoundCloud dump, including some unreleased tracks and remixes.

The Brainfeeder boss also brought in The Gaslamp Killer for a guest mix.

Listen back on iPlayer or download the show, and don’t forget that FlyLo’s show is directly followed by Kaytranada’s Radio 1 Residency, which you can also listen to online.

Tracklist:

Flying Lotus – BBC Radio 1s Residency 2015-02-12 guest mix from Lapalux tracklist:
Stefano Torossi – Feelings [Easy Tempo]
Flying Lotus – Otis [White Label]
David Matthews – Sandworms [CTI Records]
Almendra – A Estos Hombres Tristes [RCA Vik]
Aphex Twin – Untitled [White Label]
Teebs – Sachi Chords [White Label]
Busdriver – All Day [White Label]
Lapalux – Don’t Mean A Thing [Brainfeeder]
Future Brown – Talkin Bandz (feat. Shawnna & DJ Victoriouz) [Warp]
Arca – Sheep [Mute]
Björk – Pluto [One Little Indian]
Squarepusher – Rayc Fire [Warp]
D Prosper – The Rain [White Label]
Thom Yorke – The Mother Lode [Landgrab]
Miguel Atwood-Ferguson Ensemble – Drips (Live in LA) [White Label]
tUnE-yArDs – Rocking Chair [4AD]
Kloke – P.H.O.N.E. [White Label]
DJ Paypal – You Got Me [LuckyMe]
SEGA Sound Team – Dr. Robotnik’s Theme (Boss) [White Label]
Evolutionen, Part 2 – Air [White Label]
Doctor Zygote – Raga [Black Acre]
Portishead – Small [Island]
Death Grips – Runway E [Harvest Records]
Clams Casino – Crystals [White Label]
LDFD – Untitled Blingee [White Label]
Mild High Club – Weeping Willow [Stones Throw Records]
LTGL – Synchronized, Not Talking [Tangram Records]
OG Maco – U Guessed It (Alesia X EPROM Edit) [White Label]
Death Grips – Runway Y [Harvest Records]
Wikluh Sky – Balcan Sex God [White Label]
Mophono – Percolectronique [White Label]
MSK – 001 [White Label]
Drumetrics – MRR – 001 [White Label]
The Gaslamp Killer – HALEVA (feat. Amir Yaghmai) [White Label]
Karl-Ernst Sasse – MRR [White Label]
Jay Dee – Unreleased 35 [White Label]
Dizz1 – Get ‘Em Up (feat. Frank Nitt) (Danny Breaks Remix) [White Label]
Electric Wire Hustle – Bastille [White Label]
Beat Spacek – Alone In Da Sun [Ninja Tune]
Kendrick Lamar – The Blacker The Berry [TDE]
Aphex Twin – Untitled [White Label]
Oliver the 2nd – Superfreaks [White Label]

(via FACT)

 

TomorrowWorld Unveils DreamVille 2014 Recap Movie


Enter the World of Tomorrow, in a realm hidden from civilization, deep within the forests of Chattahoochee Hills, Discover DreamVille. TomorrowWorld’s vibrant camping city, DreamVille, sold out in 2014 and welcomed 40,000 happy souls per night. Relive the DreamVille experience now and discover the 2014 Recap Video: http://bit.ly/1F2rxa7.

Spread across hundreds of acres of lush farmland, flanked by natural lakes, DreamVille’s mystical grounds are unlike any other camping experience in America. Fans can bring their own tent, or choose from a variety of pre-fabricated luxury options, and join this magnificent global community. Explore multiple shops, food vendors, The Bakery, The Salon and much more within The Marketplace. Enjoy wonderful activities such as morning Yoga and Workout classes or cook up breakfast at one of many District House BBQ grills. Unite with the people of Tomorrow Thursday evening at the dawn of the festival for The Gathering welcoming party, a highlight of the DreamVille experience. DreamVille…We Breathe By The Sun, We Love By The Moon.
 
In 2014, TomorrowWorld welcomed 160,000 fans from around the world and Sold Out DreamVille Camping. Tickets to the 2015 edition are on sale now… Join The People of Tomorrow and be a part of the Key To Happiness September 25-26-27, 2015:www.TomorrowWorld.com/Tickets.

DreamVille Easy Tents are Sold Out, and Tier 1 Tent Camping Tickets are 85% Sold Out. Be a part of the Key To Happiness at TomorrowWorld 2015 and secure your camping experience now. 

 

DIRTYBIRD Announces First Single of 2015 – Shiba San ‘Planet Floor’ EP Out February 23rd

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After introducing Shiba San to the world with the breakout hit “Okay” last year, France’s newest house phenomenon, Shiba San, returns to Dirtybird for the first official single of 2015.

Shiba San has a deep background in hip hop and a penchant for ghetto sounds. He’s already headlining clubs and festivals around Europe and the US and is all set to have another monumental year.

Up first is title track “Planet Floor,” which marries big bass stabs and clever effects to a sliding groove that cannot fail to engage your behind. Vocal cries and trippy melodies add to the drama, as does clever filtering that brings the drums in and out in engaging fashion. This one is another dance floor hit, make no mistake.

“Show Me, Show Me” on the flip is a dirty, sleazy house cut with a wobbling bottom end, crisp claps, and hi-hats. Exploding and imploding at whim, with nerve-jangling keys loud in the mix and that rasping bassline never far from the ear. This is another club rocket!

Pleasingly sordid, sweaty, and seductive, this new Shiba San release confirms, without doubt, that he’s got game!

 

Odesza’s “All We Need” Receives Remix Treatment from Autograf


Continuing their ‘Future Summer’ evolution, Autograf is back to release their take on ‘All We Need, a track off the ever-popular Odesza album In Return, available via Ninja Tune Records and available to download on February 16th.

Released as part of an eight track SoundCloud remix EP package, the trio is adding another ear tingling product to their already impressive portfolio, which includes remixes of Pharrell, Christina Perri, and Lorde.

Giving rise to a variation of their typical formula by stripping the track from its original vocals and percussions, the trio add rhythmically synced cuts and breaks and blend together Shy Girl’s vocals with the syncopated synths to produce an effervescent texture throughout. To top it off, the track is infused with their signature marimba sound to complete this buoyant and colorful groove.

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