Seeing as it tis' the season, lets talk about Snowbombing 2009. This year is set to be massive year in Austrian ski town of Mayrhofen. The line up is as fruity as ever this year, and the snow has been emptying itself all over European peaks since late November.
Date: 29 March - 4 April 2009 Location: Mayrhofen Airport: the nearest being Innsbruck (a quick 30mins down the road) and others such as Salzberg and Munich are only a couple of hours away by coach transfer. Accomodation: it's pretty spenny. You're looking at between £279 - £379 pp. Lift Pass: £138 Entertainment Pass: £159 ( all club nights throughout the week)
The key headliner acts for this years have got to be: Dizzee Rascal, Lady Hawke, Grandmaster Flash, The Plumps, Milo, Fabio and Grooverider (keep your stash at home buddy), High Contast, London Elekricity, Chase and Status ...
Vermont based snowboard company Burton have released a steamy new range of boards under the Love range. As you can imagine some American states arent too happy about it, but who cares they nice. Burton said the boards are more campy than erotic. "These board graphics are retro, tongue-in-cheek, and, in my opinion, harmless," wrote Donna Carpenter, founder of the company's Women's Initiatives program and Jake's wife.
The new line of snowboards feature Playboy bunnies, not wearing much. Good thing they are tucted up nicely in the board otherwise they'd be getting a bit chilly. Seeing as I own a Burton Un Inc , I dont think I can criticise them for being 'too much'. Would I get one ... No! Are the women hot and is the board any good? ... Yes!
mp3: Ragga Jungle mix - Ragga Jungle is not dead (2008)
RAGGA JUNGLE IS NOT DEAD 2008
features smashing ragga jungle cuts from the past, present & near future.
PLAYLIST Freedom Ridah - Another Day (Moz Remix) Prodigal Son - United Rape Of The Open Mind Diamond Geezer - The C Word Ice Machine - The Bizness Vinyl Fatigue - Serious Bizness R.A.W. - Dubplate Killa M.I.A. - Paper Planes (The Artbreaker Remix) Tester - Lightah (Remix) Jahba - Collection Plate Debaser - My Sound Rule Prodigal Son - Gwaan Farmer (Short Edit) Issac Maya - Limb By Limb (Remix) Bombah - Chant Down Babylon CRS - I Dont Know (BBoy 3000 Refix) Smokah - Toppa Tings Diamond Geezer - Last Straw General Malice & Prodigal Son - Paying Dues DJ K - On A Mission (Short Edit) Diamond Geezer - Ting Ah Ling CRS - Naybahoodz Prodigal Son - Suck Down Breaks Jah Condah - Babylon Steppa Style - Bam Bam VIP (Runn It Rudebwoy) No Face - Legacey Dub General Malice - This Is The Year (Short Edit) Smoke - Be My Jungle Lady Smoke - In Love With U Krinjah - Sound Burial R.A.W. - Gun Shot Dial-M (Dialekt) - Untitled Mainframe - Pandora's Box (Dub Mix) Kenny Ken - Everyman ('08 Mash Up) Abducted - Enlightenment
London’s The End club is set to close its famous metal doors forever on January 25th, with a final double dose of clubbing bliss. For the last few weeks the outside of The End has been headed with ‘Goodbye Baby’ on neon blue paint and Richie Hawtin, Loco Diceand Magda recently played their last-ever party at the venue which kept going till 11am the next day. The final Saturday night swan song will see DJs Laurent Garnier, Layo & Bushwacka!, Mr. C, Erol Alkan, Ben Watt, Jimpster, Will Saul, Rory Phillips and Don Mac throw down beats. It’ll be an emotional farewell for a venue that has remained committed to underground electronic music since it first opened on 2nd December 1995. Of course, it wouldn’t be fitting to have a closing party without an afterparty and afterhour mongers Jaded have the honour of giving the soundsystem its last ever bleep in the adjorning AKA bar on Sunday morning from 5.30am. Raymundo Rodriguez and some very special guests will play (at a guess, it’ll be Garnier, Mr. C and Layo & Bushwacka!) at the afterparty which might go for 24 hours or longer. What will happen to the venue is up to its new owners, but no doubt it’ll become another bland Central London office space, with perhaps only the faintest aroma of human sweat about the place to indicate the energy that was expended by hundreds of thousands of dancers over its illustrious 13-year history.
The End Closing Party Main Room, Lounge and AKA: Laurent Garnier, Layo & Bushwacka! Mr C, Erol Alkan, Ben Watt, Jimpster, Will Saul, Rory Phillips, Don Mac
Continuing on the ragga tip, check this sweet Heatwave refix of DJ Q's bassline remix of the Tony Matterhorn tune Dutty Wine. Rubi Dan features on the vocals, and he makes this tune sick. Bassline producers take note - why ruin a tune with some crappy cheesy lyrics when you can lay some badboy ragga vocals like these over the top? DJ Q - Walk and Wine (Rubi Dan Heatwave Mix)
The Heatwave have done loads of jokes ragga refixes. Check em here
I'm not quite sure where I stand with Drum n Bass at the moment. I used to love jump-up, but now certain high-profile producers seem to churn out wave upon wave of terrible terrible stuff, and the raves are full of wankers. On the other hand, certain heads are pulling out some nice, dark numbers. One thing's for certain though - mcs can do one! I'm loving this jokes tune by Noisia at the moment. Check it.
I've only recently got into techno, and to be honest don't know much about it. One thing I do know however, is that the production duo Format:B are sick. Of the tunes I've got, theirs are the ones which seem to stick out. Here's one my favourites. Banging.
This Jack Beats remix is probably my favourite tune of 2008. Since it's creation, every DJ dropped it in every set ever. Why? Because it's FUCKING SICK! It's got a sick old school ravey build-up, a fully badboy drop, and best of all, despite being rinsed to fuck I still fucking love it! Amazing. AC Slater - Jack Got Jacked (Jack Beats Remix)
By the way, the creator of the original, AC Slater, is like, totally awesome. Watch this space for a post dedicated to his genius.
Finally, check out this killer 30 minute mix from Urban Nerds and LoveShy resident Klose One. It's got some BIG tunes and the mixing is jokes.
1. Proxy - The Raven (Krazey & Bulldog remix) 2. Coki - Spongebob 3. Zinc ft Nolay - Killa Sound 4. BALLE! SHAVA! - Tigerstyle (Sinden v Dirty Canvas Mix ft P Money) 5. Antill Mob - Burnin 6. Cotti ft Doctor - Rise The Temperature 7. Orien - Smoke 8. 501 - Dub You 9. Armand Van Helden - You Dont Know Me (David Guetta Edit) 10. Poxymusic ft Gina Mitchell - War Paint (Claude Von Stroke remix) 11. Skream - Filth 12. Chase & Status - Bits 13. Rusko - Mr. Chips 14. Agent X - Decoy 15. Mr V - Hypnotiq 16. NumberNin6 - Breath Remix
This mix is a lot of fun. Listen carefully and enjoy. It's Essential!
Jesse Rose - Forget My Name (Accapella mix) - Dubsided
Worthy - Crackle (Justin Martin Remix) - Leftroom Zombie Disco Squad - The Dance - Dirtybird CDR Mathias Mestino - Wild Coyote - Upon You Robert Dietz - Sunshower - Cecille Oliver $ - Watcha Gonna Do? - Made to Play Hector - Los Vatos CDR Martin Brothers - Dum (Nat Self Remix) - CDR Solid Groove Vs Madlib - Untitled - CDR Riva Starr - Maria - Kindish Sis - Nesrib - Cecille Der Dritte Raum - Swing Bop - CDR Solid Groove Vs Romathony Vs Roman Flugel - Frummer Lover - CDR Claude Vonstroke - The Whistler (Jesse Rose Vs Peaches Remix) - CDR Sis - Trumpetta - CDR Pepe Bradock - Angola (Carl Craig Remix) - Lusafrica Riva Starr - Snatch - Made to Play Jesse Rose - Touch My Horn - Dubsided Consistent - Midnight Blend (Oliver $ Remix) - Front Room Trackheads - Our Music - NRK Kenlou - The Bounce - MAW Mowgli - Amore - CDR Trademarq - Dirtygirls (Derrick Carter Remix) - Classic Mike Dunn - God Made Me Funky - I Records Roy David JR - All About Love (Solid Groove Remix) - Classic Italoboyz - Bahia - Dirtybird TJR - Sonic Chronic (Lee Mortimer Remix) - Made to Play Diplo - Blow Your Mind - Mad Decent Popof - Alcoholic - CDR Jan Driver - Rat Alert - Made to Play Radioclit - Divine Gosa (Switch Remix) - Counterfeet Damian Marley Vs CVS - Jamrock - CDR Spank Rock - Bump (Switch Remix) - CDR Jesse Rose - Forget My Name (Accapella mix) - Dubsided
Congo Natty and King Tubby @ Jamm Brixton ........... Only £9 entry:
Lionbeat, Congo Natty and Kmag present Power of the TRINITY – New Years Eve Carnival! @ JAMM, 261 Brixton Road, Brixton, London, SW9 6LH 31 December, 21:00 – 06:00, £15 Adv./£20 OTD
This December, a New Year’s Eve Carnival from the crew… Power of the Trinity from Congo Natty and Lionbeat is a primary exponent of sound system music and culture in the Capital. Carefully selected bills and access to the scene’s major players have seen the night go from strength to strength in 2008.
To celebrate a successful launch this year, Trinity has teamed up with Kmag to usher in a massive 2009, with a New Years Eve Carnival celebration. We’ve kept the quality high, but the cost of the ticket low. Teaming up established veterans with the best quality of young, up and coming stars of the scene has been a trademark of the crew’s offerings. The New Years Eve Carnival party will be no exception… check the full and exclusive line up:
CONGO NATTY aka REBEL MC with the CONGO NATTY BAND featuring TOP CAT & TENOR FLY KING TUBBY’S CARNIVAL HIFI SOUND SYSTEM featuring selectors SCRAPPA & BUCKY THE SPEAKER’S CORNER QUARTET JOE ARIWA & KARMELODY MURDERATION featuring DAVID BOOMAH & CODEBREAKER CRAIG BLUNDELL – THE DRUMMER DJ KMAG RESIDENTS: DR KHAN, TURMOIL & LEKS B2B KEITH LAWRENCE END OF THE WEAK: DJ SNUFF, MANAGE & KINGPIN LIONBEAT DJs: SAM SEED & ARJUNERATION Hosted by PROFIT
Wang NYE @ Corsica Studios, London
Squarepusher, Radioactive Man, Jim Masters, Heartbreak, Alexander Robotnick & more! (Wang Promotions)
Wang NYE @ Corsica Studios, London Squarepusher, Radioactive Man, Jim Masters, Heartbreak, Alexander Robotnick & more! (Wang Promotions)
As Wang approach their 10th year in the business, they cordially invite you to join them and bid farewell to 2008 and welcome 2009. With a line-up as dazzling as this, and tickets priced at a mere £20 plus booking fee, you'll be hard pushed to find a better night to celebrate!
Squarepusher - DJ and Bass set Radioactive Man - Live Jim Masters AGT Rave Cru - Live Heartbreak - Live Alexander Robotnick - Live and DJ Ed Chamberlain - Live Jakeone - Live Nick Herdman - Live No Yeah No DJ Warlock Cocodisco DJs Ben Lyford Sidney Le Sarge Danny Bee Electro Elvis & Lula
Corsica Studios Unit 5 Elephant Road Se17 1LB (2 mins from Elephant&Castle tube)
For more details, please visit - http://www.wanging.com
The Hope and Anchor
The Hope and Anchor, 123 Acre Lane, Brixton, London, SW2 5UA
Intimate trance party for all those who want to party for a good few days.... good time are always had here!
Here in the depths of cold gray winter one can only look forward to the brighter days of summer for solace, and arriving right on time is talk of Spain’s Sonar festival.
Barcelona’s favorite summertime electronic music festival runs June 18th through the 20th, and has announced that advanced ticket prices will begin at 125 euros until the end of January when the price will jump to 140 a ticket.
Check out Sonar’s homepage here for further information, and get your tickets here.
Street Art in Music Videos: Shepard Fairey's Work Featured in "Money" by N.A.S.A.
Graffiti and hip-hop have long had close ties, but the selection of Shepard Fairey’s street art in the “Money” music video for N.A.S.A. gives this pairing a decidedly highbrow edge.
We’ve covered a wide variety of Shepard Fairey’s work at LoveThatTune. As you’ll recall, he was the artist that designed the infamous Obama “Hope” posters and “Obey” guerrilla campaign. The music video for N.A.S.A.’s “Money” uses Shepard Fairey’s work throughout.
N.A.S.A. is a collaboration between Squeak E. Clean and DJ Zegon; the acronym stands for “North America, South America.” Other artists featured in “Money” include David Byrne, Chuck D, Ras Congo, Seu Jorge, and Z-Trip, according to Chunnel. The video was directed by Syd Garon and Paul Griswold.
Love That Hoodie: House of Bendie bespoke, hand crafted hoodies
House of Bendie is a UK clothing line, run by 2 ex-philosophisers Tom and Dan, that takes classic, British suiting fabrics and creates unsuit-like clothes for men and women . They specialise in bespoke hoodies: hand-made, made-to-measure, hooded jackets crafted from exquisite suit materials. There are 30 odd outer and inner linings to choose from. All of which are pretty special. There is also the special feeling you get, knowing that No-one else out there has got your hoodie. It's a good feeling. Trust me.
Each jacket has pockets made from the lining fabric, within which there is a personalised label. I opted for a wool/cashmere outer and a paisley inner. It all looks awesome, especially the pockets which look completely amazing. Definitely worth a purchase if you got £170 odd quid to spare.
There would be a picture of the one purchased but its seems it might have been lost in during travel. Great!
mp3: Skreams 'Unofficial' Remix of DJ Mujava - Township Funk
LoveThatTune has had a few versions of Township Funk pokin about. This one is just a little bit dirtier, little bit grimier. In fact put perfectly by a fellow Skream has turned this years most famous dance track into "a wobbly, bass-driven, grime monster!!".
To get you through the darkest winter month Deviate are throwing a massive Christmas dance featuring a selection of the biggest artists from the UK Reggae and dubstep scenes.
In the main hall The mighty IRATION STEPPAS will be kicking off the proceedings with there chest rattling sound system, followed by an exclusive live PA from veteran roots/dubstep singer BROTHER CULTURE, followed by arguably two of the biggest names in dubstep, CASPA & RUSKO.
ROOM 2 Sees Reggae connoisseurs SOUL JAZZ RECORDS SOUND SYSTEM alongside EXTRA STOUT will be warming things up nicely before EXEL & SANDMAN bring a slightly more electronic edge to the proceedings in preparation for the queen of bass, Radio 1's vixen MARY ANNE HOBBS.
ROOM 3 is dedicated to Deviate residents with an emphasis on the eclectic. Expect everything from drum&bass, hip-hop, techno and 2-step.
This night represents the true force of the UK roots reggae & dubstep scenes, featuring some of the most exciting and cutting edge artists alongside original pioneers in British bass culture. All of this takes place in one of London's best music venues in the heart of the city.
This week FABRICLIVE have the Plump DJs Headthrash back with a full takeover of all three rooms and London dj/producer Hannah Holland is playing room two alongside Skream and Duke Dumont. To mark the occasion she’s done an exclusive batty bass FABRICLIVE mix.
1. THE BIG STEF” – SOLO 2. WHAT CANTO IS IT? - MIKE MONDAY BOOTLEG 3. MY ANGELIC DEMONS - JUSTIN MARTIN 4. CHOP - BINGO PLAYERS 5. GENERATION NOISE (AFROJACK REMIX) - LAIDBACK LUKE, ROMAN SALZGER 6. GET UP (DIPLO RMX) - BINGO PLAYERS 7. RHYTHM INSURANCE - CHAIM 8. TANZBOMBE (ROBAG WRUHME REMIX) - ROBAG WRUHME, PASCAL FEOS 9. THE CUT - BENGA 10. FLOOR DEM - CASPA
DJ Zinc says no to D n B and a bit fat chunky grimey yes to breakstep House... and we like ... A LOT! This is what happens when you get a tactically grimey D n B DJ who turns to a more melodic form what is House. It fookin Ace!
London's leading Grime night Dirty Canvas has teamed up with photographer Will Robson- Scott to bring you the first calendar of Grime music's biggest and best loved stars.
This limited edition A3 calendar features Wiley, Skepta, Tinchy Stryder, Trim, JME, Roll Deep, D Double E, Ghetto, Jammer, Chipmunk, Griminal, Tempa T, Badness, Ice Kid, Frisco, Double S, P Money and Lil Nasty.
With 500 copies printed this a unique piece featuring never seen before photos, capturing your favourite grime stars in the studio, performing live, backstage, jamming on road, in the chicken shop, getting a haircut and even assaulting an 80's TV Star! Dirty Canvas is one of London's most exciting and forward thinking club night showcasing Grime as well as Dubstep, Bassline, Funky and anything with bass in it. From humble beginnings at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, via the Institute of Contemporary arts we are now one of the most established club nights in London. This year was our best yet, highlights included Wiley's sell out album launch at 93 Ft East, JME's Famous Tour at London Astoria and Ghetto's Freedom of Speech Launch at Rhythm Factory. It was also a good year for our label No Hats No Hoods with Silverlink, Badness and Jammer's carnival anthem 'The Message Is Love' getting huge support across BBC Radio 1, BBC 1Xtra, Kiss Fm and Choice Fm as well as helping to break new artists and producers such as Rude Kid, P Money and Lee Brasco .
Will Robson-Scott is a freelance photographer whose work has featured in Time Out, Mix Mag, Mass Appeal, Mens Health, Daydream Network, Vice and Dazed and Confused. His work focuses on subcultures and people living on the edge of society. Check his website for an insight into his other work.
This is a raunchy but fun print ad promoting Pepsi Raw, a drink created by PepsiCo made of natural ingredients such as apple extract, plain caramel, acacia trees, sprinkling water, and other natural ingredients.
This ad, which is called “Pepsi Raw: In the Raw,” plays off the concept that getting naked is natural and so are the ingredients in Pepsi Raw.
The print ad campaign was created by advertising agency Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO, UK.
Some great images that work. Very refreshing to see someone like Pepsi doing some creative with an edge ... Love It!
Following the success of the Notting Hill exhibition in August 55DSL and Mitchy Bwoy have teamed up again to open a new exhibition space in London. Starting December 6th the 55DSL Newburgh Street Flagship store will play host to the best artists you don’t know about but may already appreciate. A collaboration between Rabodiga and Mitchy Bwoy called ‘Hell Hath No Fury’ kicks things off and it explores the basic themes surrounding trust, sexuality and innocence. All the work from this show is available to buy and there are 55 limited edition prints just in time for christmas.
To celebrate the release of his latest single ‘Hold On/ Get On Down’ Manchester’s Mr. Scruff has made a special fifteen minute album mix to share with special people like you! You can buy the single from Ninja Tune and get the mixbelow.
1. Test The Sound 2. Stockport Carnival 3. Bang The Floor (with Danny Breaks) 4. Nice Up The Function (with Roots Manuva) 5. Hold On (with Andreya Triana) 6. Fix That Speaker! (from ‘music takes me up single) 7. Music Takes Me Up (with Alice Russell) 8. Give Up To Get 9. Donkey Ride (with Quantic) 10. The Clock (from ‘music takes me up’ single) 11. Get On Down 12. This Way (with Pete Simpson) 13. Hairy Bumpercress 14. Kalimba 15. Whiplash 16. Test The Sound
This year Glade won Best Dance Festival at the UK Festival Awards, and around 10,000 “dance music and free spirit aficionados” attended the event, with performers that included Pendulum, Noisia, Drumattic Twins, Cassette Boy and DJ Rubbish.
The organisers behind the UK’s dance festival Glade are currently scouring the country in search of a new home for their 2009 event, which they hope to run from 16th-19th July.
Nick Ladd, Glade Festival’s chief said, “Wasing has been a great home for us for our first five years, but as part of the natural evolution of Glade we have decided to find another beautiful bit of England, in particular somewhere where we can run it later on all nights including Sunday, and make some proper noise!”. Thank fuck for that. How you can have a dance festival ending at 4 0'clock I'lll never know?!
It’s hard to describe Glade in one punch, but an electronic music version of Glastonbury might fit.
Bring on a Somerset or beachside location! Lovethattune would love that!
Cutting-edge British electronic music festival Bloc Weekend has a distinctly dubstep flavour this year. Dubstep kings Skream and Benga (check out Benga’s excellent ‘Diary of an Afro Warrior’ in the player) have just been announced as headliners and will play back to back at Bloc, which takes place from 13th - 15th March 2009 at Butlins Holiday Camp in Minehead, Somerset. Tickets and info here: http://www.blocweekend.com/home.html
London: OmLiquid @ The Scala, London Sat 6th Dec (Psy Trance, Psy Breaks, Breakbeat)
Be sure to check this night out. If it's Psy Trance, Breaks or Psy Breaks you're into this is going to be a FUN night for sure. Be sure to chack out Phillax and Atomic Drop. Going to huge!
Om Liquid Progressive Party and Label Launch and presenting some other EXCLUSIVE label material!
:: LIVE :: UK Album Launch - Perfect Stranger (Iboga - Israel) - London Debut! Kasey Taylor (Vapour Records - Australia) DJ Martin (Ear Sugar / Mikrocosmos - Switzerland) James Monroe (4DAudio / Flying Rhino) Morph - presenting Harmonia Ibis album (Liquid Records) Geo (Tribe of Frog)
LIQUID BREAKS ROOM:
:: LIVE :: Slackbaba - EXCLUSIVE presentation of his 2nd Album :: LIVE :: Nagual Sound Experiment :: LIVE :: Organismic Atomic Drop DJ Set Liquid Djems - presenting the NEW Breaks Compilation 'Future Music' Aliji - presenting the NEW Minimal Electronic Compilation 'Soul Vibration 003' Agent Smith (Liquid/Archangel)
:: LIVE :: Mood Deluxe - EXCLUSIVE Complete Preview of his 2nd Album :: LIVE :: AeonHamish - Full On Set! (Alchemy Records) Liquid Ross (Liquid Records) Liquid Elf (Little Green Planet)
mp3: Skream delivers 30 min track for Nike (plus Essential Mix)
British dubstep producer Skream is the latest dance artist to have been tapped by Nike for a 30 minute track for their ‘run’ mix series.
Skream follows a long line of electronic music producers who have been asked by Nike to produce 30 minute workout pieces to help market their Nike Sport Music campaign including LCD Soundsystem, Cassius, The Crystal Method and Simian Mobile Disco.
Skream was the first name to come to me in regards to the dubstep movement, which seemed to emerge from the grime scene but most people seem to see it as another splinter of the UK garage scene of the early part of this decade. Whatever, it's one of the most exciting things going today, its sparse rhythms, massive bass and dark vibe fit today's world a lot better than most of the stuff I put up (and LOVE!). Skream, amazingly, is only 21-year old, based in the Croydon area of South London, who has been producing tracks since he was a teenager. He found himself working at the Big Apple Records shop, which was an early epicenter of dubstep. We'll have more to say about him as we put up some of his tracks, but for now, it seems important to note that Skream was perhaps the first to bring a melodic sense to the genre in 2005 and 2006, while maintaing its distinctive syncopated rhythms and dark basslines.
You get a great chance to hear this on the 2-hour mix he did for Pete Tong's radio show. Amazingly, dude almost exclusively uses tracks by himself or his mix of someone else's song, as he clearly does not lack for confidence. Why shouldn't he, though, if he's responsible for so many excellent tunes? A few quick observations, before you download - I had never realized how much dancehall/reggae influenced and overlapped with dubstep, it's one of the few genres that works just as well without vocals as with and the basslines, oh the basslines you will hear. More to come on this front, this is a good intro if you'd like to jump in and a really great mix for those of you who've been following this scene closely.
Barcelona electropical duo MeNeO combine reggaeton and electro-dancehall beats with live gameboy melodies. Rigo Pex brings the beats while VJ Fruity Booty provides the visuals and they’ve been playing naked (and getting the crowd naked) for a while now around Europe’s underground. There’s an album on the way called ‘Salta Nanga’ in which the duo’s inner video game nerd meets some booty dance and it’s been mastered by the guys at Mad Decent. Genius.
New Banksy Drawing Released: Pencil and Paper Graffiti
These new drawings from Banksy still retain the irreverent nature of his work, which is why I love them. They were released on his official website, and while they rock my world, I am not going to go all artsy and over analyze them.
Roller Rat is already known and loved by Banksy fans, but personally having endured many a boring private viewing, I prefer the piece entitled “Suits Looking At A Knob” and the group seated around the table “TV Monster.”
These images also reveal Banksy’s handwriting… and if I’m not mistaken, it looks like he uses a Mac too!
The Prodigy’s 'Invaders Must Die’ free download disappoints
After the announcement a couple of weeks back that The Prodigy’s new LP ‘Invaders Must Die’ will be released at the beginning of March, the band have decided to fan the flames of hype with a free download of the album’s title track.
‘Invaders Must Die’ became available to download from the band’s website just a few minutes ago, and will be up till December 3rd.
Our initial thoughts? It’s a bit of a disappointment. Yes The Prodigy’s trademark fast breakbeats are in there, but it’s not a full-on frontal assault of electronic noise and incendiary lyrics that we had hoped for.
It’s quite commercial by their standards, and the lead melody is (dare we say it for fear of being headbutted by Keef) a little bit joyful and sweet, like something a Japanese schoolgirl would listen to whilst skipping down the street.
mp3: Eric Prydz Mix (Radio 1Essential Mix Progressive House)
Following on from Eric Prydz "rinse out" at London's new super club Matter, which was a complete night of musical, mixological, housey genius, by the way, I thought I would post up this 2 hour long mix from Radio 1's Essential Mix.
mp3: DJ Clocker - New Booty Breaks Mix ( The Equalizers - Hardcore Beats)
CLOCKER'S OLD AND NEW BOOTY BONANZA!!!!
1. HAPPINESS - A.SKILLS & KRAFTY KUTS - FINGER LICKIN' 2. CLUB ACTION (STANTON WARRIORS RMX) - YO MAJESTY 3. KILO - DEFKLNE & RED SOLO - UNKNOWN 4. GUN CLIP - BEAT ASSASSINS - MOFO 5. Bad Habit feat. Lisa Millett - Stanton Warrior Vocal MiX - ATFC 6. ALL YOUR LOVE (ORIGINAL) - DEEKLINE & WIZARD 7. Feelin Kinda Strange - Bass KlEPH RMX - Drumattic twins ^^^^^^^^^^ Repeated Groove Beat Assassins Remix 8. Get Em High (Original) - Stanton Warriors ft. Sway 9. Avondale Crunk - Timmy Schumacher - (c) Pure Filth #8 10. Eastern Promises - Kid Digital & Mr Reload - CDR 11. Handz Up (Stanton Warriors remix) - N ANNAN/E SOL0 12. So Real - Andrea Lai Mix - Rennie Pilgrem - So Real EP 13. Taken Away feat. Gov. Beechie & The Trunoet - Original Mix - DJ Icey, Marlon 14. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang - SLYDE - finger lickin' 15. Slappahoe - Rektchordz - mofo 16. SHADOW DANCE - CLOCKER - CDR
London: Mutate Britain Urban Art Gallery ( Obey, Pure Evil ...)
The Shutters were lifted on the gallery at 7pm Thursday 2oth Nov, to a brilliant crowd of artists, press, friends and family. The building was reverberating with oohs and ahhs, with all ages loving the vast array of art on show.
If you haven't checked it out, make sure you do. This is a rareity, and should not be missed. Mutates got everything from Sculpture, Paintings, Prints, Installations, Film, Performances and Interactive Media... A Mulitmedia Pile UP.
Just a small reminder that everything in the gallery is for sale and price lists are available from press office - firstname.lastname@example.org
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