Brooklyn-based synthpop duo Holy Ghost! have unveiled the new music video for their new song ‘Dumb Disco Ideas’ which is being released by DFA.
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It’s been a while since Ronny graced HBF, in fact it was probably her last track made alongside Mylo. Well as you’d expect she’s knee deep in album stuff and has released a new track, ‘Rough n Soothe’, from said forthcoming album last month.
Flight Facilities’ new track ‘I Didn’t Believe’ featuring Eliazabeth Rose didn’t quite do it for us, but thankfully secretive duo Tiger & Woods are on hand to give the Aussies’ track a nice lick of organic disco paint.
In Fields, which consists of Ed Cox (from London) and Raoul Marks (from Melbourne), have just released their latest EP via French boutique label I’m A Cliche, who have caught our attention recently with their excellent weekly Edits Service.
‘Close Encounter’ is the the forth EP from Swiss disco producer Worship, and has just been released by the good folks at Barcelona-based Holographic People.
Zone Music have a new slice of brutal techno lineup for their 12th release as the reins are handed over to French producer Maelstrom, who has had releases on labels including Dirtybird, Sound Pellegrino and BNR Trax.
Trying to review Daft Punk’s new album was never going to be easy, hell, an album that weighs in at 75 minutes long, with a list of collaborators that sounds like the future rock’n'roll hall of fame, was always going to be difficult to tie down in under 500 words. Then there’s the hype; rumours of upwards of 30 million dollars has been spent on promoting the 4th studio album, ‘Random Access Memories’, from French duo Daft Punk.
Yuksek’s newly formed label Partyfine celebrates its first release this week, with the resulting collaborative EP now available to buy from all good record stores.
Manchester synth duo Futurcop!, which consists of Manzur Iqbal and Peter Carrol, are preparing their debut album ‘Hopes, Dreams & Alienation’ this summer, but before that there’s the small matter of two new singles ‘Superheroes’ and ‘Misanthropist Wolf’.
Leeds-based, disco-labelled, producer Grum is about to embark on his difficult second album. His first, ‘Heartbeats’, is still held in high regard by many, in fact we thought we’d give it a spin a few weeks ago and we’re glad to report it’s still as exciting and fun as it was back in 2010.
Every two weeks, I’m a Cliche, through its Edit Service, gives away an unreleased edit produced by members of the crew or beloved friends.
As we predicted Daft Punk’s album is now streaming on iTunes. *Sorry we don’t have time to write more we’re obviously listening to it now.*
The Pet Shop Boys’ new album, ‘Electric’, was announced a few weeks ago and will be out on July 14, the album has been produced by super producer Stuart Price, and the debut single ‘Axis’ has been remixed by Berlin techno man Boys Noize, who drags the italo-influenced song single kicking and screaming into the world of complex electro.
Alex Metric teased us about a forthcoming Metric/Jacques Lu Cont collaboration in our Introducing interview a few week ago, well last night ‘Safe With You’ finally got its world premiere on the Annie Mac show.
So Daft Punk have spoken about their new album with Radio 1′s Pete Tong, and we’ve got a few juicy details to share with you: firstly there won’t be any proper videos for the future singles, apparently the duo don’t want to cloud the music with too many visuals. Secondly, when pressed about remixes, the Robot’s said they’re considering remixing themselves, which would be a first for the duo. The thought of a Daft Punk remixes version of the album could well be the best news we’ve heard all year.
Danny Ashenden is a DJ and producer who makes music under a couple of different aliases. He’s one-half of established London duo the C90s and he also made music with Daniel Avery as Say Yes To Another Excess. But more important than all of that is: he drinks a lot of tea. You can often tell a lot about a person by what they drink, or don’t drink. For example, I hate all hot drinks on a general point of principle.
To celebrate reaching 10,000 followers on Twitter, LA duo Oliver, and Thee Mike B, are giving away a lovely edit of Blondie’s seminal track ‘Heart of Glass’ – grab it now for free while stocks last.
Daft Punk’s ‘Get Lcuky’ has been the biggest hit of the Robot’s long and illustrious career, dispelling the myth that artists tend to make their best music at the beginning of their career.
After January’s break-out song ‘Darkness’, Du Tonc are back with another slice of thoughtful summer disco, the newly formed duo comprising of Mighty Mouse and Matt Van Schie have once again nailed the hazy pop aesthetic channelling everything from Air to Royksopp into their second single ‘Surging Memories’.
Yuksek’s newly christened label Partyfine celebrates its first release this week and it’s a double collaboration with Danish songstress Oh Land and up-and-coming French trio Juveniles.