• SBTRKT readies live album
• DJ Zinc has announces new EP, Only for Tonight
• Download a New Song from Nicolas Jaar
• Julio Bashmore‘s “Husk” gets a video
• AraabMuzik Taps Diplo, Skrillex for Next Album
Check out this weeks event roundup! It may be getting cold and grey here in New York, but these events are sure to keep things interesting.
It’s always respectable when an artist or group, like SBTRKT, pushes their own boundaries of creativity. Through sonic experimentation they’ve created an original track that helps ease the mind with it’s feel-good analog sound. With all of the music that they’ve put out after their initial debut album, I’m dying for another big release. Hear the new SBTRKT after the jump and join me in hoping for another album!
Happy Monday! I hope you had a great weekend and I wish for you to have a great week ahead of you. I have news featuring Dave Grohl, possibly Thom Yorke, Melt! Festival 2012, and TJR’s latest release. Please read on after the jump!
Good morning! It’s Friday and I have personally curated (as always) this very extensive GDD™ Morning Update as a gift to you for the weekend. Today’s news includes Deadmau5′s views on Simon Cowell’s new DJ talent show, Porter Robinson’s BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix debut, Super Bowl XLVI’s music and performers, Bassnectar, and much more. Please read on after the jump, I know you’ll enjoy it.
We finally made it through the week and our Halloween festivities are upon us. I have some great content for you to indulge in this morning that includes the RE:GENERATION tracks, an Escape From Wonderland preview & set times, AraabMuzik’s tour with EDM support, a 12th Planet interview, a trailer of a Soulwax video project, and a video of Afrojack playing classical music. Be entertained after the jump…
A trio of London-based producers I’ve been paying a lot of attention to lately is Dark Sky, we posted their XX remix last week. Today they dropped their new Something To Lose/Ghost Notes EP on Black Acre. Something to Lose is a bangin tune; an assault of uk garage influenced drum n bass, in a similar vein to Breakage. Check it out and if you like it a bunch, you can buy the EP in full here.
As I’m in a good mood and keen to start the week with some mellow tunage; here’s Sbtrkt
‘s highly sought after remix of Art & Cash by Modeselektor
. It reached such acclaim in clubland that 50 Weapons released it on limited press vinyl last week. Garage-tech goodness:
These past couple of weeks I’ve been all about Bass Music Sessions, the new record from UK breakbeat duo I.D. & Baobinga. These guys have gone and produced an impeccable follow up to 2008′s Big Monster LP, with a really versatile sound ranging from housey opener ‘Backfoot’, to the breaks tinged drum&bass of ‘The King’. They’ve had airplay from Claude VonStroke, Buraka Som Sistema, Untold and TRG to name but a few. Check out the following and if you like what you hear, read on after the jump for info on how to get the sessions in full.
I.D & Baobinga are pulling a Radiohead and releasing the record on a pay what you want basis, with any proceeds going to Dove House Hospice based in Hull, UK.
Get your mits on Bass Music Sessions HERE.
Speaking of Radiohead, I just got sent this stonking Sbtrkt remix of Everything In It’s Right Place. Chill winston…