Ed Banger‘s over-distorted artist SebastiAn just finished the soundtrack to Romain Gavras‘s film “Notre Jour Viendra”. Like SebastiAn’s style and tastes, the sountrack has a dark and suspenseful feel. Grand pianos, violins, cellos… (you get the picture). The track “Dies Irae” (originally a thirteenth century, Latin hymn, which translates to “Day of Wrath”) has that dark, suspenseful feel. It’s great.. Watch the trailer HERE.
Download Glitch’s super-distorted, heavy remix of “Dies Irae” here!
In the heart of Berlin comes the revival of acid haus and electroclash. And who might be behind this? None other than Boys Noize. Alex recently finished his new release on BNR “Yeah/1010 EP”. You’ll hear a lot of analog synths, and beats fresh off a Roland TR-909 sending you way back to 1991. If you like thr track 1010, I recommend you give a listen to Mike Mind’s “Acid Machine”
Sample “1010″ below. Like It? Buy the track September 10, 2010.
Cassius Records will be releasing a new remix of their popular track Cassius 99 by Tim Green. Alongside the remix, their most recent release Youth, Speed, Trouble, Cigarettes Remixes includes a collection of remixes by artists like Don Diablo, Radio Slave, and more. Preview the tracks below.
Along with the new track off of Cassius Records, stay tuned for the new Tiga release off of Turbo Recordings. This release contains a collection or remixes of Tiga’s hit track “Overtime” off of his latest LP Ciao! It includes remixes by artists such as NT89, Brodinski, and more.
Another EP soon to come out on the Canadian label is the new release by Hey Today! Their release on Kitsuné RecordsWalk Through blew us away, and their new track Talk To Me is yet again another banger. The EP includes a remix by Busy P, along with their other single Toasted.
Tiga’s Ciao! LP has many hit tracks with dozens of remixes by major producers. The new release of the track Sex O’Clock features remixes by Matthias Aguayo, Playgroup and Jamie Lidell. Download the distorted, electroclash banger remix by Jamie Lidell below!
Phoenix recently released their remix collection of their popular Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix album. With their widely known tracks like Fences and 1901, the collection features remixes by artists like Boombass from Cassius, Yacht, Classixx, and more. Click below to listen to the Lisztomania remix by Alex Metric.
Japanese electronic music producer and DJ Shinichi Osawa (myspace) has released a new remix compilation disk titled Teppan-Yaki. The album is a two disk release with a total of 27 tracks including most of his remixes, and some new original material. This follows up his hugely popular album The One. I’ve been listening to this album I have the say that there’s plenty of fresh, quality music on there.
For those of you in L.A., he is scheduled to perform on Halloween night at the upcoming HARD Haunted Mansion 2009 event. In other news, a source indicates that Shinichi is currently working on remixing Fred Falke.
Sept 30: French electronica duo Daft Punk has been signed to write the original music score for Tron Legacy (commonly known as Tron 2.0), Walt Disney’s upcoming sequel to the groundbreaking 1982 animation cult hit which was scored by electronic music icon Wendy Carlos. Thomas and Guy-Manuel of Daft Punk have been involved in various films before, but Tron 2.0 will be their first complete feature film score. via Upcoming Film Scores
I’m excited to share for your listening pleasure a leak of the new Daft Punk track composed for the movie. Give it a listen.
Straight out of Ireland, producers Arveene and Misk are releasing their new track called “Hells Bells”. This dark piece of production is one hell of a track.
We had a chance to interview the guys behind it all.
CS: We’re wondering who/what are some of your influences?
A&M: We’ve got such a wide range of influences from 70′s disco to 80′s & Early 90′s Hip Hop… Mike Pickering in his Hacienda days, Erol Alkan since he started Thrash to Andy Weatherall before he was a DJ… To be honest we listen to almost all types of music.. and draw influence from quality as opposed to genre… We also love Sci Fi….
CS: Do you guys have plans on making a major release soon (new singles, an LP)?
A&M: We’re working on new material all the time and have loads in the pipe line but that’s all we can say really… Loads of remix work coming… DJ Wool & Subtitle, Baby Monster, Hystero and Magnus, plus one other really big act that I can’t tell you about….
CS: How and when you guys started producing/DJing?
A&M: A few years ago i was working with Drum & Bass producer Beta 2.. he put me in touch with Misk and the rest is history really.. I’ve been a Dj for years since i was 11 and Misk has been making tracks for over 10 years… We love what we do….
CS: I noticed you are very close with the Ed Bangers (especially after the Pourriture EP). How did you meet the crew?
A&M: I played with Pedro, Mehdi & Xavier a few times and just became friends.. I have a lot of respect for those guys.. they Kill it every time for me.. Always fun to hear them play and real cool guys.. they love music… big up.
CS: Do you have any tours coming up in the US?
A&M: No plans as of yet but there’s been some interest. We’d love to come and tour the US for sure.. Come get us promoters.
I remember the Bloody Beetroots were on the lineup last year at the BPM 12 year anniversary party (photos here) at the Avalon. This year surely will not disappoint. (Unfortunately we won’t be able to make it to this one since we’re touring Spain.) However, we’ll be back on time for the debut of Discotheque. From the good people who brought you Hardfest and Control at the Avalon, Discotheque is a new weekly friday night 21+ gig in downtown LA. Catch the likes of Don Rimini, Classixx, Destructo and others on the night of the 31st. Big bangin‘ surpises are in store for the following weeks but I wouldn’t want to spoil it quite yet.
The flyers are posted. Not much more to say… click it.