Duck Sauce has been making more of an appearance lately, pumping out new material for their long-awaited LP. Today, the duo has released 4 tracks free for download, including the highly anticipated “Mondo” we’ve all heard these past 4 years. Listen and download the tracks below.
Be ready to check out their Sunday performance at this year’s Coachella Music and Arts Festival! #quack
“Zed Zed Tee is the incorrect pronunciation” – Thomas Von Party
Tiga and Zombie Nation present the new ZZT LP, coming out exclusively on Turbo Recordings. After their hit singles like “Lower State of Consciousness”, “The Worm”, and “Zzafrika”, the dynamic duo has completed their debut LP, “Partys Over Earth”. Curious to hear these tracks? You may perhaps catch Erol Alkan slip these tracks in his sets.
1. Where Is the Captain?
2. Rock the Peace
3. Partys Over Los Angeles
4. Nickel Und Dime
6. Zig Zig Zag
8. The Worm
10. Lower State of Consciousness
11. Vulkan Alarm
12. ZZT Has Left the Building
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.
Quentin Dupieux aka Mr. Oizo and Gaspard Auge of Justice have collaborated to release Rubber EP– the official EP of Mr. Oizo’s upcoming film Rubber.
Quentin Dupieux derrière la caméra, Mr Oizo et Gaspard Augé à la B.O “Rubber” 3e film du réalisateur le plus libre du cinéma français, et 2e B.O à sortir chez Ed Banger Records. Pas de date de sortie connue pour le film, pareil pour cette B.O. En attendant voici un avant-goût du duo improbable Mr Oizo x Gaspard Augé Flying Lotus, responsable d’un des albums de l’année “Cosmogramma” (Warp) nous offre un remix d’une élégance incroyable.
We’ve got some new material for you from the likes of Boys Noize and Erol Alkan, collaborating for their second EP release.
Boys Noize and Erol Alkan have yet again successfully collaborated once again. The popular Waves/Death Suite release was a hit in the electronic music scene. Their new 2010 release is the Avalanche/Lemonade EP, available for download on Beatport.
Along with Erol’s major release on his label Phantasy Sound, BNR’s Miami Noize sampler has new material from artists like D.I.M., Shadow Dancer, and Les Petit Pilous. Download D.I.M.’s track “Level” below.
Our favorite franco-japanese record compilation series is hitting installment number 9. “Kitsuné Maison 9” will be released April 26, 2010 on the Kitsuné label featuring a compilation of various signature underground independent rock, disco-influence-heavy electropop and synthrock tracks. Pick it up on iTunes, Amazon, Beatport, eMusic, and other fine digital outlets.
01 : Washed Out “Belong”
02 : Gamble & Burke “Let’s Go Together”
03 : Penguin Prison “Animal Animal”
04 : Jamaica “Short and Entertaining”
05 : Crookers feat. Yelle “Cooler Couleur”
06 : Jupiter “Vox Populi (Lifelike Treatment)”
07 : Yuksek “Supermenz (We’re Not)
08 : Fenech-Soler “Stop And Stare”
09 : Two Door Cinema Club “Something Good Can Work (The Twelves Remix)”
10 : Logo “La Vie Moderne”
11 : Silver Columns “Brow Beaten”
12 : Holy Ghost ! “Say My Name”
13 : Hurts “Wonderful Life (Arthur Baker Remix Kitsuné Edit)”
14 : Gypsy & The Cat “Time to Wander (Joan of Arc Remix)”
15 : Feldberg “Dreamin’”
16 : Your Nature “Forward Motion”
17 : The Good Natured “Your Body is a Machine (Zebra + Snake Remix)”
18 : Monarchy “The Phoenix Alive (The Octans Edit)”
Our favorite french zombie DJ-producer Kavinsky is back with new original material. Produced by Guy-Manuel of Daft Punk, Nightcall EP is going to be released on Air’s Record Makers label on March 15th. The track features the classic Kavinsky-synth feel and is reminiscent of the sound from Sebastian Tellier‘s recent Sexuality album–also produced by Guy-Man. Tracklist consists of four tracks including Nightcall, Pacific Coast Highway, and two remixes of the title track.
From the label’s website: The zombie is striking back ! After months of studio work on his forthcoming album, he & Record Makers have decided to release ‘Nightcall’ as an apéritif. ‘Nightcall’ is the first song Kavinsky provides vocals for, a duet you might say, featuring the zombie and his girlfriend, a.k.a. Lovefoxxx from CSS!
The song was produced by Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and mixed by SebastiAN. The remix of this song, by a mysterious Dustin Nguyen, is an outstanding pop song that everyone can enjoy.
On the other side, Kavinsky has produced the fantastic ‘Pacific Coast Highway’, in which we follow a ghostcar on the highway. The remix job is by French avant-garde producer Jackson. His epic 9 minute long version is unmissable. ’Nightcall’ is composed of 4 tracks, representing the sensual, epic and romantic French sound like never before.
We’ve got a low bitrate myspace rip of it for the listening curiosity.
Kavinsky’s not the only one with new material. Off the Ed Banger label, new signee Breakbot makes his release debut on the label with the fresh Baby I’m Yours EP. I gave it a listen and I definitely dig it.
Synthetic Sound describes it: Baby I’m Yours is Breakbot’s long-awaited debut EP on Ed Banger Records. In one word, Breakbot’s music could best be described as smooth. Combining disco and electo, the French musician crafts funky beats with retro vocal hooks. Without a doubt, Breakbot fits in perfectly with the rest of the Ed Banger crew, but he sure hasn’t lost his originality or characteristic sound. The EP features two singles: “Baby I’m Yours” with vocals by Irfane and “Make You Mine.” Also included are two fantastic remixes by Siriusmo and LaFunkMob.
Update: It appears this is another hoax, as a group called Pilot Priest have confirmed that it’s their track. Hopefully this bullshit should stop, and we’ll get our hands on some real Daft Punk material soon..
Last night we brought you what we thought was new Justice material. Well, tonight we got our hands on a track titled “The Crash” which appears to be from the soundtrack of the upcoming sequal to Tron, for which Daft Punk is putting together the soundtrack. Yet another one for the rumor mill, this track appears to be new production from Daft Punk (which has yet to be confirmed by french robot duo). For your listening curiosity, here it is:
Update: According to official sources at Ed Banger Records, Beginning Of The End is a hoax. Along with other music sites/blogs, we received this track via email from a convincing-sounding address “email@example.com”… Oddly enough, this track sounds a lot like Justice… give it a listen below.
The French electro duo Justice are making a return with the release of their upcoming single, “Beginning Of The End.” This is the first original track they’ve produced and released since Planisphere, which was originally set to be a composition for the Dior Homme runway last year. Beginning Of The End begins with with the fanfare-like sound used in a few of their remixes (namely, the remix of Klaxons’ As Above So Below), and then switches gears and delivers a healthy dosage of electro beats climaxing to the sound of the signature distorted harpsichord synth first introduced in Planisphere.
Prior to listening, I was a bit skeptical of Justice’s return to production, as it had been quite a while since they’d put something out. Their debut album † is a tough one to follow; anything following would be judged by extremely high standards. However, after a listen, it seems as though they’re on the right track, picking up from where Planisphere left off… Justice is back.. and I bet after listening to this track, I won’t be the only person to be certain of the duo’s epic return to production.