Archive for July, 2010

Freebies Friday 02

This week freebies for download! Remember to buy these tracks, if you like it!

Freebies Friday #02

Sirisumo – EinmalIn Der Woche Schreien

Jamie Lidell – I Wanna Be Your Telephone (Tiga Party Like 19909 Remix)

Don Rimini – All About

Swedish House Mafia – One (Congorock Remix)

M.I.A – Tell Me Why

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Magnetic Man – I Need Air

Magnectic Man (Skream, Benga and Artwork) have just put out the video for their big new ‘I Need Air’ single.

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Don Rimini – Nlarge Your Parties EP

Finally some new stuff from the Don! His new EP is available now digitally and will get a limited edition vinyl on 5th of July on Mental Groove Records.
The EP contains four tracks which are all BOMBS! Pending between old school techno and dancefloor bangers, you’ll probably hear that a lot in clubs this summer!
Already supported by tastemakers as diverse as Sinden, Brodinski, Tekilatex, Laurent Garnier, James Holden, Digitalism, Malente, Tiga, Boris Dluglosh, Daniel Haaksman, Alex Gopher, Shir Khan, Hrdvsion & Congorock.

Tracklist:
1. Intro + Whatever
2. G.O.O.D.
3. All About (Free Download)
4. Riminology + Outro

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Ed Banger Seven series. Watch now!

In case, you’ve missed it, watch all the episodes of Ed Banger Seven series here

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Homework – Fissa Tune EP

If one wonders what the distinct Homework sound is then much is to be found in their past aesthetic representation. When these two youngsters started messing around with turntables, back in 2007, they used to perform in immaculate white shirts and raven black ties. And even though longtime Dutch partners in musical crime Tom Waist and Zip Stolk have left this iconography behind, they still emanate an sense of clear-headed playfulness. Behind this swagger lies a wide-raging love for contemporary dance music that always comes in handy in the ever changing spheres of house music. Especially now that the genre is turning to ever stranger and/or vintage sources of inspiration with the likes of Round Table Knights, Jesse Rose, Renaissance Man, Claude Vonstroke and Mowgli, whom the duo draw much of their inspiration from.

After years of hunting for the freshest and most innovative sound, the two boys from Amsterdam really found their path when, in 2009, they hooked up with their friends The Heykids (“the kings of the Amsterdam underground scene”) to organize what is now considered as one of the most innovative and revered club nights in Amsterdam: TAFKAF. The night focused on the newest house sound: a unique amalgam of a deep minimal set up combined with an ‘anything goes’ hip-hop approach to sampling everything from Eastern chanting to Gypsy strumming. TAFKAF was the first party to present Amsterdam to the aforementioned ‘midget’ sound and its relevant players, bringing the city such talent as Solo (UK), Justin Martin, Renaissance Man and the New Judas crew. During those precious nights Homework saw their true calling. The realization of innovation overtook them. Since then they’ve always been looking for an innovative advance to music, sifting their way through trends and genres with the greatest of ease, always with a keen sense of class, style, aptitude and madness.

Much of their evolution as artists can be seen in their ever-changing production work. After long and hard work on a varied oeuvre of different material, the boys got catapulted into the international house scene through the release of their widely supported ‘Fissa Tune EP’ on Exploited and the accompanying hype surrounding the title track ‘Fissa Tune’, which, through consistent appraisal from the likes of Brodinski and Jesse Rose, found its way to many a chart and dj set.

Things are looking bright as a summer morning for the two youngsters and it seems their star can only rise to even greater heights. One thing is certain: wherever dance music goes, Homework will have found their way there, one step ahead of the hype, waiting for you to follow.

Homework – Fissa Tune EP (Exploited Records)

1. Fissa Tune
2. Drivin’
3. I Got One (You’re It)
4. I Got Two

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Siriusmo – Plasterer of Love EP

Berlin-based producer Siriusmo has released his new 5-track EP ‘The Plasterer Of Love’ on July 2th on Modeselektors Monkeytown. We like this EP alot and can’t stop grooving to it. Personal favourite is “Einmal in der Woche schreien”. Siriusmo debut album is planned for Spring next year, so meanwhile ,this new EP will keep you busy.

Einmal in der Woche schreien by Siriusmo

Plasterer of Love tracklist:

A1. The Plasterer of Love
A2. Katharsis Impossible
A3. Blaue Sonne
B1. Einmal in der Woche schreien
B2. 123

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Freebies Friday 01

We’re going to start giving away free promotional tracks on a regular basis to thank our regular readers. Welcome to the first of the many weekly episodes of “Freebies Friday”. Again, we have to stress, if you guys like any of these tracks, please go BUY and SUPPORT the artists. If ya guys want these links to be removed, please do not hesitate to contact us. Cheers and enjoy! And oh yes, we love DAISY LOWE for her hotness and sexiness!

Freebies Friday #01

Chromeo – Dont Turn The Lights On

Chemical Brothers – Swoon (Boys Noize Summer Mix)

Drop The Lime – Sex Sax

JFK & St Mandrew – Face Pump (Congorock remix)

Faithless – Tweak Your Nipple (Crookers Remix)

Bart B More – Don’t Stop The Music (Original Mix)

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Mighty Mouse – July 2010 Mixtape

Mighty Mouse are a ‘Nu-Disco’ act from UK that have already gained the love of many music fans with their various remixes and groovy disco tunes. We have been playing some of their tunes in our recent DJ sets as well. If you like Aeroplane’s music, we suggest you should check out Mighty Mouse as well. Here’s their latest july mix.

JULY 2010 MIXTAPE: A Summer In Space by MIGHTY MOUSE by Mighty Mouse

Tracklistngs:
- Ichisan ‘Space Patrol’
- A Mountain of One ‘Bones’ (Time & Space Machine Remix)
- Duliatten Disco Dancer ‘Surat Surfin’
- Siriusmo ‘High Together’
- Satin Jackets ‘Get It On’
- Lizzy Merciew Descloux ‘Hard Boiled Babe’
- Nikansah Yaanom ‘Pem Dwe’
- West India Company ‘Ave Maria’
- Stephen Laverty ‘Grand Plan’ (Pseundonym Remix)
- Ajello ‘Hot July’ (Marius Version)
- George Morel ‘Morels Groove Part 4’
- Last Rhythm ‘Last Rhythm’ (Original Mix)
- Aka JK ‘Someone Out There’ (Kim Remix Instrumental)

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One Man Party – Listen To The Bass

Soulwax‘ drummer Steve Slingeneyer is taking some time now to work on his solo project One Man Party. Named by James Murphy, the project responsible for Mixhell‘sDance Or Die remix featured on the duo’s first mixed album now claims to be focusing more on original productions. Here’s a demo of his new tune Listen To The Bass and the recent Jargerland Mix.

Jugerland Mixtape Tracklist:

01. Kap Bambino – Batcaves (Jackson Remix)
02. Beck – Books Of Moses (feat. Jamie Lidell)
03. Wolf People – October Fires
04. Bullion – Say Goodbye To What
05. Black Sheep – Off The Wall
06. M.I.A. – Born Free (Snip)
07. Massive Attack – Splitting The Atom (Snip)
08. DJ Funk – Funk Me Right
09. Whitey – Dinosour
10. Logo – La Vie Moderne
11. Julian Casablancas – 11th Dimension
12. Arnaud Rebotini – 777 (Discodeine Remix)
13. Moby – Isolate (Mixhell Remix)
14. Monsieur Adi – We Are The Romans (Wolfchild Remix)
15. Canyons – Fire Eyes
16. Tame Impala – Runway, Houses, City, Clouds


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