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Friday MixTape #354

Handy Tip: never make eye contact with someone while eating a banana... Tracklist: 1. Lorde… [more]

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Lorde – ‘Dynamite’ (Midnight Pool Party Remix)

It’s been a big year for Midnight Pool Party. They put a lot of time and effort into creating their… [more]

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Sunday Chills #117

Sunday Chills is the soundtrack to those gloriously lazy Sundays; whether you’re enjoying a good… [more]

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Remix This #122

REMIX THIS is a place where we get to showcase some of the best booty-shaking, body-rolling, hip-thrusting,… [more]

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Music + Video = CH163

Music + Video is a selection of the five best/most interesting music videos that I've come across over… [more]

Music + Video = CH163 Music + Video = CH163

J Tropic – ‘Never Enough’

UK artist J Tropic is has one more release to share with us this year, it's called ‘Never Enough’… [more]

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The release date for the highly anticipated motion picture score for TRON: Legacy has been set for 22nd November. For those of you that are unaware, the score has been composed and produced by French electro-house legends Daft Punk. Here’s the official trailer to Tron: Legacy which is scheduled for release on 17 December: We […]

Amidst working on the follow-up to their prodigious 2008 self-titled debut album, Friendly Fires have also been busy working on a Mix-CD for Bugged Out’s – Suck My Deck compilation series.

N*E*R*D are back and set to drop album number 4 on November 2nd. The album artwork for Nothing has just been released (pictured above) as has new single ‘Party People’. Last month the guys played a live set showing off some of their new material to appear on the album. Check it here: ‘Hot N’ […]

Argentinean disco party crew Crystal Fighters will be releasing their debut album on October 4. The album can really only be described as an instrumental avalanche of distorted vocals, screaming guitars, thumping bass and disco-synth. The group do however manage to make all of this work throughout the album. Here’s a taste of their anomalous sound: The entire […]

Sufjan’s latest project titled The Age Of Adz can be streamed in its entirety right now, two weeks ahead of its offical release at NPR. Here’s the opening track from the album featuring all the signs of the trademark Sufjan sound:   Followed by ‘Too Much’ which takes you down an entirely different path:   […]

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After weeks of anticipation and speculation, the Big Day Out has finally unveiled the first round of acts appearing at this summer’s festivals. Touted as both their “biggest and most diverse announcement ever” and “a sensory overload not to be missed” by promoters Lees & West, it’s a potent mix of festival veterans and BDO […]

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Swedish indie-krautrock group This Is Head released their first LP last month and are already being hailed as one of the best debuting bands on the Swedish indie scene this year. The album is titled 0001 and consists of eight neatly perfected tracks that are all simply referred to by number according to the order […]

Brooklyn based psychedelic-indie group Bear In Heaven have enlisted the services of The Field, High Places, Justin Broadrick and Twin Shadow among others to remix their outstanding 2009 LP Beast Rest Forth Mouth. The remixed tracks are being released as a bonus disc on a Beast Rest Forth Mouth reissue. They have taken a different […]

So, we have a naked woman with a blindfold over her eyes and a fur ball that has a vagina, all courtesy of The Flaming Lips’ latest video for ‘See The Leaves’ off their Embryonic album of last year. *Please be warned, this video’s very NSFW. Watch at own risk. The Flaming Lips: See The […]

French producer Anoraak has just released his latest offering on the world, Wherever The Sun Sets. This is the follow-up to his 2008 release Nightdrive With You EP, which boasts a collection of his original electro-synth-pop works as well a few remixes. Wherever The Sun Sets takes you on a similar but more refined journey of the mind and […]

In 2008 Oregon-based electro-pop duo Mackintosh Braun released their debut album titled The Sound which had a certain chilled out familiarity to that of Canada’s Junior Boys with its beguiled vocals, ambient synth and blissful washes of sound. Yesterday saw the release of Mackintosh Braun’s follow-up album Where We Are which continues to deliver delicately crafted emotional tracks layered with soft vocal harmonies and textured […]

February this year saw the release of the 5 track Colors EP from Kentucky based electro-pop quartet The Pass. It seems these guys were just warming up – today they have announced the release of their debut full-length album titled Burst, featuring all new tracks that you can listen to right here, right now in their entirety: If […]

In May of this year experimental multi-genre producer Steven Ellison released Cosmogramma under the moniker Flying Lotus. Now only 4 months on he has today released a 7 track EP titled Pattern + Grid World. Take a listen to these two tracks from the EP: ‘Kill Your Co-Workers’: ‘Camera Day’: If you like what you hear, the […]

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Atlantas indie rock four-piece Deerhunter are due to release their fourth studio album Halcyon Digest on September 28. The guys return with their signiture progressive ambient style with a certain refindness to it that could possibly make this the most widely accessible album to date. Halcyon Digest is sure to satisfy devoted fans while no doubt attracting […]

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After the release of his debut album Causers of This earlier in the year, Chaz Bundick aka Toro Y Moi set out on tour across Europe and North America. Somehow amidst all this mayhem he managed to work on his latest project Les Sins – first single release set for November 9 via Carpark Records. Take a […]