Track-list: 1. From Kid – Sun (PWNDTIAC Remix) 2. Moonwalk – Miami Hell 3. Grafton Primary – Time Machine 4. Air Zaïre – Sanibel (ft. Patrick Baker) 5. Jim Morrison – Peace Frog (Venice Beach ‘Free’ Remix) 6. Giorgio Moroder – Let This Night Go On For Days (ft. Chris Bennett) (1978) 7. Digitalism – Dudalism (ft. Steve Duda) (Grum Remix) 8. Back Back Forward Punch – Emergency Bow Tie (Mighty Mouse Remix) 9. Lancelot – Givin’ It Up (ft. Antony & Cleopatra) 10. John Newman – Losing Sleep (Disciples Remix) 11. Villa – If I (Mighty Mouse Remix) 12. Alex Invisibles – Color Theory (Invisibles Remix) 13. Anders Trentemøller – Merry Xmas 14. Disco Stu – God Is Dead (KOshowKO vs P.O.S Remix) 15. Loki Starfish – Broken Moth (Maxime Iko Rmx) 16. Philosophy Of Sound – Freedom, What For (DJ Amplifier Remix) 17. Shocking Pinks – What’s Up With That Girl? 18. Flight Facilities – Stand Still (ft. Micky Green) (Chores Edit) 19. Angie Stone – I Wish I Didn’t Miss You (Isaac Tichaeur’s Xmas Gift) 20. Jessica 6 – Prisoner Of Love (Arthur Baker Remix)
Christmas 2012 saw Sufjan Stevens taking on the role of the “Musical-Santa Clause,” digging into his bottomless bag of musical goodies to give us all a collection of 58 songs for our festive celebrations.
This gargantuan Christmas anthology is titled Silver & Gold and you can stream the entire thing right here.
Portland collectiveRAC have release two more of their recent Don’t Talk To EP tracks, ‘We Belong’ featuring the vocal skills of Nashville native Katie Herzig, along with ‘Tourist’ which sees Tokyo Police Club offering up their musical services to the RAC collective.
Don’t Talk To EP track-list: 1. Let Go (ft. Kele & MNDR) 2. Hollywood (ft. Penguin Prison) 3. Tourist (ft. Tokyo Police Club) 4. We Belong (ft. Katie Herzig)
With all of the excitement and mayhem of finishing up work for 2013 on Friday, a lot of you may have missed Sydney producer Lancelot dropping his brand new deep-house jam ‘Givin’ It Up,’ featuring the vocal work of Antony & Cleopatra.
Givin’ It Up EP will be out on January 20 via Anjunadeep, which will come with a remixes from MK (Marc Kinchen) and Isaac Tichauer vs. Nibc.
Track-list: 1. Gay Robots – Jingle Bells 2. Himan & Fever 105 – Blue Wave 3. Kariya – Let Me Love You For Tonight (Elektromekanik Remix) 4. Danny Tenaglia – Music Is The Answer (SIMØNE REMIX) 5. COLETTE – Hotwire (Extended Mix) 6. Blond-ish & Climbers – Town Joker (F82 Remix) 7. Blood Orange – You’re Not Good Enough (Holy Ghost! bootleg) 8. Daithí – Case Closed (ft. Senita) 9. Calvin Harris – The Girls (LeMarquis Remix) 10. CITIZENS! – Reptile (Les Fleurs Du Mal Remixxx) 11. Thomas Azier – Ghostcity (Thomas Azier Remix) 12. Kool & The Gang – Summer Madness (Himan Remix) 13. John Wizards – Muizenberg (The 2 Bears Remix) 14. Metronomy – I’m Aquarius (Edwin Van Cleef Remix) 15. Glenn Dale – Here I Am 16. Dirty Vegas – Let The Night (Sharam Jey Remix) 17. Back Back Forward Punch – Emergency Bow Tie (Sun City Remix) 18. Emotion II Emotion – Night & Day (ft. Ryann) (Jacques Renault’s Get Higher Dub) 19. Anna Lunoe – Breathe (Wordlife Remix) 20. Disco Deviance – Everyone Can Do It (Pete Herbert & Dicky Trisco Edit) 21. Adonis – Rockin’ Down The House (Waze & Odyssey Edit)
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Melbourne’s Miami Horror have been laying low overseas for sometime now but thankfully using that down-time to write a bunch of new material, two of which we have all had the pleasure of hearing recently – ‘Real Slow’ and ‘Colours In The Sky.’
Miami Horror have returned home and are currently on the road demonstrating this new material at a number of shows they have scheduled in around the country. Main-man Ben Plant took some time out of their hectic schedule the other day to tell us where his love of 80s inspired music begin.
The first CD that I took ownership of was from my parents collection. It was the Prince ‘The Hits/The B-Sides’ when I was about 8 years old. It was a huge triple box set which I still have hidden away in my bedroom cupboard. What I liked about it was that it was really fun and creative. Kids love personality and character and Prince definitely embodied those things. There were so many crazy sounds that myself and my younger brother had never heard before, as well as the many variations of vocal styles he does. It probably helped to inspire the upbeat colourful side of our music as well as the slightly theatrical element. Probably also a key reason I ended up loving so much ’80s music.
Speaking of personality and character, here is Prince with the 1991 classic, ‘Cream.’
Now let’s take a listen to ‘Real Slow’ by Miami Horror.
The organisers behind the Secret Garden Festival are today ready to announce the first round of artists on the already sold-out 2014 event, and they really have outdone themselves.
Secret Garden Festival 2014 line-up:
Goldroom (DJ Set)
Papa Vs. Pretty
Richard In Your Mind
The Trouble with Templeton
World’s End Press
WHAT: Secret Garden Festival 2014 WHERE: If you’ve been before, you’ll know where to go. If not, the location will remain undisclosed until the final days WHEN: February, 28 to March 1, 2014 TICKETS: sold out
Perth electronic duo Sun City have had a busy 2013. They’ve produced remixes for the likes of Crystal Fighters, Pigeon and Back Back Forward Punch, went on tour across South Africa and even found the time to release their latest original electro gem, ‘Colour Blind.’
The boys have now just announced they’ll be kicking off the new year with a massive nine-date Australian Summer Tour.
Sun City 2014 Australian Summer Tour dates:
Friday, January 17 – Rocket Bar, Adelaide
Saturday, January 18 – The Espy, Melbourne
Sunday, January 19 – Beach Hotel, Byron Bay
Wednesday, January 22 – Beach Rd, Bondi Beach
Thursday, January 23 – Rad, Wollongong
Friday, January 24 – Alhambra Lounge, Brisbane
Saturday, January 25 – Beresford Hotel, Sydney
Sunday, January 26 – Cable Beach Club, Broome
Saturday, February 1 – Amplifier, Perth
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