Listening to Yeah, Techno, Paul Chambers’s new EP, one cannot help but doubt the fact that this is his first major release. Following internet hype in 2009, Chambers’s potential was finally realized and plans for his first album were made. The title track, alone, drew thousands of fans and now, with its release on May 30th, the techno musician is facing his biggest crowds yet. We talked to Chambers about his new album and reaction to all of his recent success.
After the success of “Heads Up” that stood in the playlists of people like VNNR, Larry Tee,
Moonbootica, Autodidakt and other big names, S-File comes with the next single. “Midnight Traffic”
is his latest single with official mixes by Anaylzer, Jumping Jack Flash and Asia’s Clash the Disko Kids.
A single a wide range of appeals. All three mixes give some promise. The young Düsseldorfer
producer Analyzer proves to his mixes for Boys Noize and Decalicious his abilities from new. Also the
Frankfurt’s Jumping Jack Flash presents a similar sound, that this mix is getting some support. From
the far Asia has Clash the Disko Kids Breaks style mix produced, which will certainly surprise some
people, because this is not the pure sound of the guys is typical. In any case, you should listen to this
mix precisely. Guys N Dolls proves the third release his claim to good club music …
Clash The Disko Kids July 2010 Mix
01 Housemeister – Famous
02 French Fries – Senta (Bambounou Remix)
03 Jack Beats – Revolution
04 Wafa – Ewid Disco
05 Chemical Brothers – Horse Power
06 Shinichi Osawa ft. Paul Chambers – Singapore Swing
07 Djedjotronic – Bit This Thin (Tony Senghore Remix)
08 Teenage Bad Girl – Tonton Funk (Franz & Shape Remix)
09 Clash The Disko Kids – G-Tek (Fat & Ugly Remix)
10 Light Year – Sex Education
11 LCD Soundsystem – You Wanted A Hit (Soulwax Remix)
12 Chemical Brothers – Swoon (Boys Noize Remix)
The curiously named !!!, whose moniker can be pronounced by repeating any one-syllable percussive sound three times (e.g., “chk chk chk”), formed in 1996 after the demise of the mid-’90s hardcore act the Yah Mos. While on tour, members of the Yah Mos, including !!! singer Nic Offer, envisioned forming a band oriented more toward danceable music, and once they returned to Sacramento, CA, their hometown, they decided to turn their working concept into an actual group. The band quickly grew into an eight-member ensemble, including Mario Andreoni on guitar, Offer on vocals, Justin van der Volgen on bass, Dan Gorman on trumpet and percussion, Tyler Pope on guitar, Allan Wilson on saxophone and percussion, John Pugh on drums, and Jason Racine on percussion. Fusing the groove-oriented style of James Brown’s backing band with the edginess of Gang of Four and the Contortions and featuring an expansive percussive presence, !!! spent its first few years as a group developing its sound and playing at house parties for friends in Sacramento. At the same time, Offer, Pope, and van der Volgen were playing in a dub-inflected instrumental outfit called Out Hud with Molly Schnick and Phyllis Forbes, two musicians who used to be in the band Raoul. After putting out a 7″ on Hopscotch Records and a split single with Out Hud in 1998, the two bands decide to release a split full-length together in 1999, a release jointly sponsored by the Sacramento-based label Gold Standards Laboratories, founded by Sonny Kaye of Angel Hair and the VSS fame, and Zum, a San Francisco-based zine. After extensive touring of the States, which gave them a chance to further expand the songs they had written by placing them in the interactive context of a live show, !!! recorded and released a self-titled album on GSL in December 2000. Soon after, the band re-entered the studio and recorded enough material for a second album. Members of the band moved to New York, but the group still remained intact, planning regional tours and tape trades across the expanses of the Midwest. In 2003, the band issued Me and Giuliani Down by the School Yard (A True Story), their first release for Touch and Go. They followed it with 2004′s politically charged Louden Up Now (mixed by Maurice Fulton) and 2007′s relatively lighthearted Myth Takes.
Now they’re back with this new album “Strange Weather, Isn’t It? This is the group’s first album since the tragic death of drummer Jerry Fuchs. The album was co-produced by the band with Eric ‘Babytalk’ Broucek, the former in-house engineer for DFA. It was also recorded in Berlin, New York and Sacramento.
The album starts with “AM/FM,” which combines elements of late ‘80s Manchester (think groups like New Order) with the club music of ‘90s Berlin. Offer’s vocals blend well with the drum and bass dominated music. “Wannagain Wannagain” is a funky dance tune that features a wicked guitar solo in the middle, which gives it an ominous tone. This song features the band’s trademark synthesizer, which will make this a song that people can dance and bob their heads to all night long. The vibe of the album takes a turn on “Steady As The Sidewalk Cracks.” For the first time on the album, it doesn’t feel like there is a darkness looming over the song. The dance beats, combined with a subtle saxophone and guitar make for a fun song.
Strange Weather, Isn’t It?, though different in tone, does not disappoint. Though they’ve battled through a lot of adversity, !!! delivers an album of songs that will please core fans and dance music aficionados alike.
02. The Most Certain Sure
03. Wannagain Wannagain
04. Jamie, My Intentions Are Bass
05. Steady as the Sidewalk Cracks
07. Jump Back
08. Even Judas Gave Jesus a Kiss
09. The Hammer
10. Blue (Bonus Track)
The Proxy is back with a new EP called “Vibrate”! Release date is the June 22nd and June 28th (Limited Red Vinyl)! Remixes from The Bloody Beetroots, Noob & Sound of Stereo. Enjoy!
We’re digging the Noob 2nd remix!!
To be released on June 21st, BoysNoize Records, Format: Vinyl 12″/Digital
01. Djedjotronic – Bit This Thin
02. Djedjotronic – Computer Jerk
03. Djedjotronic – Pepper
04. Djedjotronic – Bit This Thin (Jesse Rose remix)
05. Djedjotronic – Bit This Thin (Tony Senghore remix)
06. Djedjotronic – Bit This Thin (Part 2)
Klaxons upcoming 2nd album, “Surfing the Void” will be issued in the U.K. on August 23, and will be preceded by a single titled “Echoes” on August 16. Ross Robinson, who worked with artists in that other nu- prefixed genre, nu-metal, including Korn and Slipknot, produced the record in Los Angeles.
Full track listing for Surfing the Void:
The Same Space
Surfing The Void
Valley Of The Calm Trees
Our Asia’s finest electro music producer, Shinichi Osawa is back with 2nd album “SO2″. Released date is set on June 16th! We’re have already heard some fabulous tracks and are pretty excited with the Zingaro tune!! Have a preview what’s the new album gonna sound like below!
Shinichi Osawa “SO2″ album tracklisting
1.LOVE WILL GUIDE YOU feat. TOMMIE SUNSHINE
4.HEART GOES BOOM feat. THE BLACK GHOSTS
8.SINGAPORE SWING feat. PAUL CHAMBERS
9.BBG BBB * Exclusive track for Japan*
10.MORPHY * Exclusive track for Japan*
12.LONDON (HOMES NOT WHERE YOU LAY YOUR HEAD)
13.THANK YOU FOR YOUR LOVE
As part one of Nike Sportswear and The FADER’s Pitch Perfect program, we will be posting six mixtapes featuring music from six continents (sorry, Antarctica). Each mixtape will include brand new artwork by Siggi Eggertsson, eventually available as limited edition screen-printed posters.
Every continent can lay claim to its own unique and extraordinary features, but Asia owns two of the most impressive. It covers almost one-third of the Earth’s land surface and holds almost two-thirds of its human residents. So, when asked to represent this continent in the span of six songs, Tokyo, Japan’s DexPistols were rightly bemused. The duo of DJ Maar and DJ Daruma are known for ushering the modern wave of global club music in to their home city while playing alongside Daft Punk, the Ed Banger crew, Simian Mobile Disco, Crookers and Diplo throughout Asia. All this while heading up a successful streetwear brand and art collective. In the end, they took giant leaps to cover as much ground and represent as many people as possible, but their greatest feat was making it all sound totally crazy.
P.S: Our Aneurysm (Nando Remix) is featured on this mix. Thanks Dex Pistols!
‘Further’ is the seventh studio album from electronic production duo The Chemical Brothers. Each of the eight tracks onthe album has a corresponding film clip, created by Adam Smith and Marcus Lyal, and designed specifically to match eachsong. Unlike most of the Chemical Brothers’ previous output, this release does not feature any vocal collaborations. ‘Further’ contains the singles ‘Escape Velocity’ and ‘Swoon’.
The producer trio of Justin Boreta, Ed Ma, and Josh Mayer, also known as the Glitch Mob, has been a prominent force in the realm of crunchy, danceable hip-hop beats over the past few years. They toured basically everywhere and made a huge name for themselves in the festival scene. They tackled remixes for TV On The Radio and Evil Nine, among others, while dropping the atmospheric intensity known as the Crush Mode mixtape. All that was missing was the group’s proper debut. Until now. Drink The Sea marks the Glitch Mob’s first official record and it comes out on their own label, Glass Air.
Paul Chambers’ Yeah, Techno! is the latest release on Erol Alkan’s label Phantasy. It’s an modern techno banger that have been getting a lot of hype thanks to the live video of 2ManyDj’s played it in december last year. Now, finally, it’s released. The Ep features remixes by Soulwax and Betaucue and is out exclusively on Beatport right now!
And also, Boys Noize has just released his “Kontact Me” remixes EP, featuring the hottest newcomers to remix: RYNECOLOGIST took the original idea and brought it to the next level, the Turbine level. JAN DRIVER returned a heavy weight techno version that is gonna destroy any club or festival. Dear old friend HOUSEMEISTER did his “dirty bitch” version and, yes, it s very dirty.As a surpise 3 members of indie-punk band THE FAINT teamed up as DEPRESSED BUTTONS and show how good their understanding of good electronic club music is. As a digital bonus you get french boys BEATAUCUE Remix.
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