domingo, 31 de mayo de 2009


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jueves, 28 de mayo de 2009

Kap Bambino: The Making Of 'Dead Lazers behind the scenes

Enjoy the behind the scenes from Kap Bambino's latest video for new single 'Dead Lazers' which is out now, their album 'Blacklist' is released June 1st on Because

New release by Malente coming soon !

"German super producer Malente is back with “Music Forever” another stunning single package rammed with highbrow remixes brought to you by Southern Fried Records.
Malente brings the pressure with two original cuts… “Music Forever” a quality piece of house production filled with bizarre futuristic samples and old school breaks laid on top of keys reminiscent of the early 90’s house movement….

And “Feel It” another production master class from the main man Malente. This numbers got more of a summer vibe to it yet at the same time will smash up the main room every time it builds and builds until dropping in to the full on crowd rocking madness that Malente knows only too well. An outrageous remix package comes courtesy of Freaks (Classic), Dada Life (Pickadoll / Big & Dirty), Solo (Dirty Bird), Urchins (Palms Out Blog) and Act Yo Age (Sweat It Out). And last but not least Alex Gopher, as he loved “Feel It” that much, taylored an Edit after he received the DJ-Promo."

to be released 16th June but u can grab a pre release on beatport now

Also check out the latest mix he did for Oh My God It's Techno Music!

  1. High Rankin - The Tale Of Clarence Baskerville
  2. Tape 2 Tape - Stitch Up (Tape 2 Tape Short Edit)
  3. Hey Today! - If I Was Wonderman (Bobmo Remix)
  4. Malente – Feel It (Alex Gopher Edit)
  5. Danny T. - Chico (Malente Re-Edit)
  6. Wrongkong – Sweat (Malente Remix)
  7. Malente – Music Forever
  8. Zero Cash - Give It To Me (Malente Re-Edit)
  9. The Darrow Chem Syndicate - The Trioxin (Malente Remix)
  10. Don Diablo - Disco Disco Disco (Mowgli Remix)
  11. Acidkids - Mad Mahoney (Hijack RMX II / Malente Re-Edit)
  12. Chris James - Shake That Ass
  13. Malente – Music Forever (Urchins Remix)
  14. Keith & Supabeatz – Pluto
  15. Congorock - Exodus (Malente Remix)
  16. Lee Mortimer - Champion Sound (Malente Re-Edit)
  17. Jonny L & Horx – 18 Years
  18. Lars Moston & Philipe de Boyar – So Sick
  19. Rob Threezy – You Bad
  20. Malente & Dex – Hyperactive (Nahn & Taan Remix)
  21. Malente & Dex – Hyperactive (Bird Peterson Remix)
  22. Sticky K – Bandari Funk

HEARTSREVOLUTION´s The Rose and Her Prince

The band behind the craziest track of Maison 6 makes a welcome return. Their album will come out in September 2009 and love will rain. They’re handsome, they have a Swarovski microphone, plenty of ideas, they’ll go a long way. True idols.

U can check out the kitsune review down below or click here to get to the post quick

miércoles, 27 de mayo de 2009

Robot Disaster new release! Video! Gash Digital Mixtape / Free tracks!‏

Wow give away frenzy from the great rock band Robot Disaster! "Guitars Are overrated" its on (not my statement but a fuckin great loud track and mix as well) Enjoy the original and the Neo Tokyo remix, the first for the rocknroll feelin and the last to enjoy a "neonized" version of it .

Robot Disaster rude quirky punky indie electro band have a new release out ‘Guitars Are Overrated’ with House / Electro / Fidget / Experimental remixes from Mojo Filter (who recently received plenty of attention for his clever remix of the Mighty Boosh’s ‘Oakey Timbre’) and The Urchins (UK representatives of mammoth US based blog Palms Out Sounds) and remixes from Suxx, Neo Tokyo & Polymorphic.
Robot Disaster recently performed LIVE at Calvin Harris’s after party and live at (Channel 4) ‘SKINS’ party!!!!

To celebrate their new release the lovely people at Gash Digital are giving away: free tracks , DJ mix and the brand new VIDEO to go with the release! ENJOY!

Robot Disaster - Guitars Are Overrated

Robot Disaster - Guitars Are Overrated
(Neo tokyo Remix)

Gash Digital Mixtape

1) Lady Clam 'Gash' (Accapella) White
2) Robot Disaster 'Guitars Are Overated' (Original) Gash Digital
3) Robot Disaster 'Guitars Are Overated' (Suxx Remix) Gash Digital
4) Cassette Kids 'Anywhere but home' (BMX remix) White
5) Marina & The Diamonds 'Obsessions' (Pink stallone Remix) White
6) Le Le 'Breakfast' (DJ Sega Remix) White
7) Heads We dance 'Sirens' (Russ Chimes Remix) Gash Digital
8) Alan Braxe 'Addicted' Eye Industries
9) Synth Girl 'Hurricane' (Kid Cola Remix) Gash Digital
10) Filthy Dukes 'Messages' (Burns Terradome Remix) Polydor
11) Heads We Dance 'Sirens' (GTRONIC Remix) Gash Digital
12) Franz Ferdinand 'No you girls' (Zodiac cartel Remix) Domino
13) Robot Disaster 'Guitars are overated' (Polymorphic Remix) Gash Digital
14) GTRONIC 'Iron Man' White
15) Robot Disaster 'Boy' (Original) Gash Digital



18 Apr 2009 Gash Digital Tour - Threads @ DQ w/ Heads We Dance Sheffield

24 Apr 2009 Gash Digital Tour - Filthy Few @ Bar Music Hall w/ Heads We Dance London

30 Apr 2009 Skins Party w/ You Love Her Coz Shes Dead feat. cast member & appearances giveaways! Bristol

1 May 2009 Kasbah w/ Calvin Harris Coventry

2 May 2009 Skins Party @ Cooler w/ You Love Her Coz Shes Dead , new date added due to phenomenal demand) Bristol

8 May 2009 The ’And Get On It’ Festival @ Start The Bus w/ Error Error Bristol
24 May 2009 Hungry Pigeon Festival @ Urbis Manchester

6 Jun 2009 BOOM festival Bath

11 Jun 2009 Trash & Vaudeville @ The Queen of Hoxton London

13 Jun 2009 We Go Party (AGAIN)! @ Sophbeck w/ A1 Bassline! Leicester

martes, 26 de mayo de 2009

The Emperor Machine is Andy Meecham, producer extraordinaire and erstwhile member of dance music legends Bizarre Inc.
After having produced remixes for everyone from Moby to Daft Punk, Meecham dubs Emperor Machine as his most
passionate project to date.

Also check the clapper shared a few posts below or clickin here

domingo, 24 de mayo de 2009


3rd date of the glorious Des Animaux parties just finished a few hours ago.
Enjoy the teaser video of the second date with the great Dat Politics rockin hard!

Come Dance , Come Play, get in touch,
Join the armada!



viernes, 8 de mayo de 2009

Introducing MYNX – They’re so LA

MYNX is a dynamic combination of punchy lyrics, infectious hooks and fierce vocals that make for a sound that calls up imagery of an Electro rebirth of Sonny & Cher or The B-52s-meets-Goldfrapp. MYNX is an expression of extreme rage, extreme glamour, extreme fun. MYNX is pop, it's rock, it's disco, it's electro. MYNX is dangerous, sexy, and contagious.

Ara and Holly, the duo behind MYNX, are exactly the eccentric, energetic, and sharp-witted characters you would expect to be behind a project like MYNX. Just a few years ago, the fashionable duo burst onto the scene with the satirical, “I’m So L.A.” The song achieved an instant cult-like following with fans posting their own home-made videos of the song on YouTube and endearing fans literally all over the world. These “fan video’s are available for viewing here

“MYNX is more than a band. It’s a religion. We plan on evangelizing the world with our hot gospel. I'm not even joking. I'm sure we could also budget some time for some good old MYNX shenanigans. Climbing the Eiffel Tower in matching unitards, setting zoo animals free and what not,” Ara says.

Leading MYNX’s first official release – Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind EP - is the single, “Kissie Show,” accompanied by a bonus offering of the song that started it all, “I’m So L.A.” “Kissie Show” is the glitzy new wave dancefloor stormer with dirty, dirty synths and campy sexual lyrics that display the band’s dry sense of humor about everything - especially sex. The title track is for the dancefloor to bedroom interlude, with enticing breathy vocal and a poignant display of emotion that shows a softer and, dare we say, more vulnerable side to the seemingly impenetrable duo. Though raw in emotion, the song is elegantly crafted much in the style of Garbage.

Rounding out the EP is a song that allows fans to experience the playful side of MYNX with the song, “Wolfgang Bang.” At once quirky and deliciously creepy, “Wolfgang Bang” is laced with jagged rhythms and a propulsive guitar line that reminds you what’s to love about 80’s dance rock in the first place.

Too coarse to be classy but too intelligent to be trashy, MYNX slinks around in that smoky area in between - which is exactly where they like to be.

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Emperor Machine´s The Clapper !

Hot on the heels of the majestic double a-side 'Black Ken/You Clapper'(DCR93) comes this double-sided slab of divergent disco music from The Emperor Machine that further showcases the forthcoming new album 'Space Beyond The Egg', which is due out on June 1st.

Title track 'Kananana' is a searing pop oddity replete with murmurous vocals and swinging guitar licks. It ebbs bit by bit into the mind of the listener, gradually imbuing a weird sense of vacant bliss alongside a swelling emotional charge - this is a new strain of mutated pop genius! With a remarkable video by the esteemed Cassiano Prado and Guilherme Marcondes of Celebro Productions, who have animated the marvellous La Boca artwork, coming very soon this one is set to be perhaps the greatest cosmic utterance from The Emperor Machine yet.

In contrast to this fuzzy cloud of pure joy is the wholly explicit b-side 'Snatch Shot (Extended Version)', a meditation through music on the transience of modern copulation. Dark and warm, compelling and confounding by turn, this one will leave you panting and slightly nauseous.

This single will be followed by a new assault from The Emperor Machine Live!
Look out for The Emperor Machine dates at Lovebox and Glastonbury. More to be confirmed soon.

New video coming soon.


6 June, France Aix en Provence La Cité du Livre
12 June, Mad Ferret Festival - Platt Fields Park - Manchester
13 June, The Social - Paris
27 June, Glastonbury
19 July, Lovebox, London

Links (Emperor Machine MySpace, DC Recordings MySpace, DC Recordings, Emperor Machine e-Card, 'You Clapper' Free Download)


Just two EPs into their career they’ve already caught the ears and imaginations of plenty of people who like to call themselves tastemakers.

It’s easy to see why though, with their jerky hard edged synthpop, twisted tales of bloody revenge, lovelorn minotaurs, dancing vampires and flamboyant adventures and some quality fringe action going on, they’re a guaranteed hard on for today’s A&R man looking for his own crossover SMASH.

Plus with two girls in the band, my maths reckon they could easily have La Roux or Little Boots if it came to blows.

If you’re in London this weekend you can catch them playing live on Saturday at Be’s weekly boondoggle in Camden.

Modernaire - Bloodshed in the Woodshed

Empire of the sun - We are the people (Modernaire mix)

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Kitsuné Maison 7, the lucky one

Various Artists

Release date

June 9, 2009

Kitsuné gets more and more professional, but stays as fresh and passionate as ever. With a constantly expanding network and always more news, discoveries, talents soon to blow-up, hopes, love, happiness and he-do-nism.

The Maison is not so much a withdrawal, but more of a welcoming space, open to all winds. There are newcomers but also loyalty, some artists are now firmly part of, not just the maison, but the Kitsuné family. Lately the bands from the Kitsuné Maison compilations have also started to play some collective shows together: Kitsuné En Vrai! (Kitsuné For Real!).

The Kitsuné sieve keeps on searching for gold and inevitably some mornings the discoveries put you in a good mood. So here’s already the seventh compilation, the one that strikes lucky.

Kitsuné Maison 7” will be released June 9, 2009 on Kitsune. Pick it up on iTunes, Amazon, Beatport, eMusic, and other fine digital outlets.

OH and by the way u can download one of the tracks featured in the compilation, Autokratz ´s "Always more" mixed by the great Yuksek!!!

“Kitsuné Maison 7” Tracklisting

1. TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB - Something Good Can Work

They’re very young, very shy, very three, very Northern Irish. They’re into melody, very much so. We believe in them. Close your eyes and here you are: somewhere else. The most beautiful song there is.

2. WE HAVE BAND - Time After Time

They’re young too, also three, although there’s a couple in the trio. A mental energy on stage that’s left the Parisian audience of a Kitsuné En Vrai gig totally battered. Proper heroes.

3. PHOENIX - Lisztomania (CLASSIXX Version)

Here’s the first single of the long awaited new Phoenix album, remixed by the new Los Angeles scene: Classixx. A production that’s evocative of a Corvette in the sun, carefree, before it all gets dangerously heated up. Quite convenient too when you’re fifteen (at least spiritually) to French kiss for a whole five minutes.

4. CRYSTAL FIGHTERS - Xtatic Truth

They say: “We make dance music with Basque instruments, synths and our voices”. In London people talk of Folktronica. At Kitsuné’s headquarter in Montmartre, we find that it opens the door quite a bit and let fresh air comes in.

5. THE GOLDEN FILTER - Favourite Things

The italo-disco scene revitalized by these New Yorkers who have been close to Kitsuné for a long time. The girl goes through her list of favorite things and that’s enough for us: “coffee, sugar, ice cream, vintage dresses, kittens, rabbits, Paris, nice girls, cute boys”. Feels familiar.

6. LA ROUX - In For The Kill (LIFELIKE Remix)

Here La Roux is remixed by Lifelike, mr glamour from Strasbourg. These days she’s one of the most fashionable artists in the Kitsuné Maison. The track is as smooth as a yellow Testarossa that won’t stop, just like Donna Summer’s endless orgasms. The beat revolves around broken glass, yes we drink Russian-style at Kitsuné.

7. BENI - Fringe Element (Short Like Me Edit)

Young, charismatic producer, he makes club music. He’s part of the good, ebullient Aussie scene. The track takes an unexpected turn, in discotheque slang it’s called ‘major sweating’.

8. AutoKratz - Always More (Yuksek Remix)

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The band of the moment remixed by the remixer of the moment, a healthy Manchester/Paris connectivity. The break is sublime: ‘take my hand, you can break my heart’ sung through a vocoder. We don’t aim to be too lyrical but… In June 2009 Kitsuné releases Autokratz’s album.

9. 80 KIDZ - Miss Mars

A Tokyo trio that’s crept up on the electro radar these last few months. They’re extremely polite, take great care of the way they dress; they’re Japanese and we believe the best of their scene right now.

10. JAMES YUILL - This Sweet Love (Prins Thomas Sneaky Edit)

Atmospheric and acoustic, check the contrast between the simplicity of the voice and the richness of the Prins Thomas remix. Extremely beautiful song, another vision of the sun. Because we’re talking of a maison and not a barn, Kitsuné likes to relax but not let go totally.

11. MEN - Make It Reverse

There had to be an act who would call itself Men. The lesbian scene moves in la Maison. A very militant sound, alternative sexuality, new hormones for a new life. They have as much energy as ‘radicality’, it quickly entices you to jump up and down. Very good very loud at four in the morning to do what you do at four in the morning.

12. CHEW LIPS - Solo

The sound of east London now today, not just another guitar band. Music that experiments and improvises among four tons of influences. The city’s urgency, the impatience, the vitality, the whirling.


The thirteen track on the seventh Maison. Here are some French people impressed by the luxurious Californian hotel where fashionable actors come to die. They’re childhood friends, into science fiction, and down the end a sound quite hard to grasp.


The band behind the craziest track of Maison 6 makes a welcome return. Their album will come out in September 2009 and love will rain. They’re handsome, they have a Swarovski microphone, plenty of ideas, they’ll go a long way. True idols.

15. DELPHIC - Counterpoint (Delphic’s En Route Mix)

Delphic is a British band from Manchester, Kitsuné will release their album in September 2009. Influences range from Orbital to Underworld, very much what we like. To listen at sunset, sunrise and in between.

16. ENCORE –

An empty index, the moment people scream for an encore at a concert.

17. MAYBB - Touring In NY (Short Tour Edit)

Here hides a very, very famous guy who doesn’t wish to be named. So we can’t give away much, it’ll drive you crazy, but really we can’t tell you more.


They’re Finnish from Helsinki, used to be students with Abäke, Kitsuné’s graphic designers. Yes there is nepotism too at Kitsuné. The result could be used as soundtrack for contemporary ballet, it sure cleans the aural pipes.

19. TANLINES – Bejan

Tribal and epic music from New York. Their own press release sums it up perfectly: “Balearic and disco Larry Levan-style with an insistent euphoric charm that’s perfect to blow up the soft-skinned British students.”

Clash The Disko Kids (CTDK) is a Singapore electro-techno-house trio consisting of DJ Itchi, Kurt and Weili. Together as Clash The Disko Kids, they have been formidable on the dance floors as Singapore’s most popular electronic group. With over 15 years turntable experience between them, and a blatant disregard for music genres, they are known for incorporating a strong rock influence into their sets and image.

La Roux - In For The Kill (Clash The Disko Kids & Ming ‘Lo-Fi 1 AM’ Remix)

Meet Drlkt - Freddie ! ! !

Acquaintances for years, Jad Cooper and Van Scott came together in early 2008 for one studio session. Chemistry was instantaneous and the duo have not stopped working together since.
With a shared love for the same kind of vision, these two NYC-based DJs formed Drlkt Freddie, a production team and live act. Their diverse sound is pulled from many influences with songs that all have the common denominator to move you.
Furiously working in the studio on original material for the debut EP, Drlkt Freddie has offered up a remix to Lauren Flax and Sia's newest single "You've Changed" and Alexander Technique & Princess Superstar's latest "Rock U" and two new singles "Blood" and "Airtight" as a preview of what is to come. Look forward to upcoming remixes for Roxy Cottentail and Semi Precious Weapons.

Enjoy his latest original track and remixes !!!

jueves, 7 de mayo de 2009

Alex Metric´s new track Head Straight !

Alex Metric oh yes. Love it or Love it. All his great and bangin mixes killing it always! Now this is something new from his forthcoming EP to be released on the 25th of may on Marine Parade.

sábado, 2 de mayo de 2009

LRSFCKDP! CREW introduces...


- 03.00hs R. VANDAL & S. KILLA (Laresisfuckedup!)
- 04.00hs KEEM vs POLI (Laresisfuckedup!)
- VIDEO : RAINING TV (Laresisfuckedup!)

-Fabricio Obljubek
-Juan Ignacio Zevallos

MANDARINE (Terraza) - Pta. Carrasco

Mandar Nombres&Apellidos antes de las 22.30hs del SAB a

viernes, 1 de mayo de 2009


‘Guitars Are Overrated’ combines venomous lyrics and a killer hook with a riotous concord of synths, snappy drum beats and punchy bass to form the perfect soundtrack for manic house parties, sweaty warehouse raves and the very best indie discos.

BBC6 Music say:

“'Guitars Are Overrated' – A swaggering four to the floor, don’t give a toss swipe at the Myspace generation”

The track is out on May 25th on Gash Digital (Heads We Dance, Deluka, Lions At Your Door) as part of a 7 track remix package including mixes from Urchins, Neo Tokyo, Polymorphic & Mojo Filter.

However, the whole package is available exclusively through Beatport from today at:



‘Give It Up’ is the awesome comeback single from Datarock’s second album ‘Red’, due out in June. It’s typical Datarock, a brilliant slice of eighties inspired pop - complete with typically witty and surreal lyrics - that hooks you in on first listen.
It was actually an idea for a music video before it became a song, paraphrasing ‘Beat It’, ‘Bad’, the 1961 film of ‘West Side Story’ and the 1996 film of ‘Romeo & Juliet’. “You have a dance battle,” explains Datarock head honcho Fredrik Saroea, “where a Datarock gang meets the bad guys, and we have a dance off, and then everybody becomes the Datarock gang. And I’m like Mercutio, trying to tell Romeo to shape up, snap out of it, give it up.” He continues, “Thing is, just singing a song about dancing… it’s too simple. Everyone’s gonna dance anyway. So it’s nice to do something insane in the lyrics, like paraphrasing, you know, ‘Romeo & Juliet!’”.
Datarock first wowed us back in 2005 with their ‘Datarock Datarock’ debut that Fredrik scrappily assembled in ProTools with his musical other-half Ketil Mosnes.It mixed relentless punk-funk with warped, evaporated-in-translation Happy Mondays humour and became the party album of 2005. And they looked cool as fuck with their red tracksuits and oversized shades.