UK producer Rudi Zygadlo delivers another infectious blend of quirky electro-pop goodness
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This new track from London-based producer Rudi Zygadlo is so infectiously good
Californian indie-pop crew Gardens & Villa return with new Tim Goldsworthy-produced single ‘Bullet Train’
‘Reformation Age’ is the latest nuovo-disco tune from Melbourne’s World’s End Press, and the next single to fall from their much anticipated self-titled debut.
Produced by DFA Records associate Tim Goldsworthy is ‘To Send Our Love,’ the new single from Melbourne four-piece World’s End Press.
Last week, we spoke with a free-balling Dave Rennick – one fifth of renowned Sydney-based indie-rock crew Dappled Cities. We discussed new, fourth studio record Lake Air, details of their upcoming tour, and the band’s severe lack of punch-ups.
Massive Attack and Tim Goldsworthy (LCD Soundsystem) have teamed up with actress-turned-singer Scarlett Johansson to record a cover of Billie Holiday’s 1936 hit, ‘Summertime’. It appears on the upcoming soundtrack to Everardo Valerio Gout’s latest film, Days of Grace – to which, Nick Cave is also contributing to. To our surprise, Johansson’s vocals work quite well against the haunting guitars […]
Hercules and Love Affair are just about to drop their long-awaited sophomore album Blue Songs. In their new LP, the Brooklyn based band pays tribute to the Golden-Era of house music – the 90’s. It follows on from their well-received self-titled debut album of 2008 which featured the HUGE hit single ‘Blind’ with guest vocalist Antony Hegarty (Antony & The […]
New York nu-disco dance-punk group Hercules and Love Affair are to release Blue Songs, the follow-up to their 2008 self-titled debut LP. Take a listen to the first single ‘My House’: Also, here’s the music video to a track you may remember from their debut album that features Antony Hegarty from Antony & The Johnsons on vocals: Blue Songs […]
!!! (chk chk chk) are just about to release a digital EP which features remixes of some of the tracks from their recent album – Strange Weather, Isn’t It?