Tuesday, April 21, 2009

CUTOUT COLLECTIVE NEW EP Eponymous, Maximo Park, Major Lazer

We at Deconstruction are BESIDES ourselves with pride to introduce to YOU the NEW Cutout Collective EP called Eponymous, HOT off the press and looking UNBELIEVABLE and sounding EVEN better!!!!
Well, it is available now!!!!!! email admin@deconstruction.be for information!
There will be more stuffies up SOON, info, Tracklisting, etc etc!!
AND Tonight they are playing at The Woods, they are coming on at around 9:30pm,
well, in Tim and Jason's words "Cutout Collective Quick quick update - if you're reading this and havent yet added the Cutout Collective fanpage or checkedout Cutout Collective MySpazz, please do!

The debut EP "Eponymous" is coming out in the next two weeks, video now on worldwide MTV database and receiving plays around the planet, and a killer new live show featuring a full band and digital light and video in the pipeline - starting with a show on April 24th with Flash Republic at The Woods in Newtown ). More than likely supersecret launch party for "Eponymous" - Cutout's first CD release (it's in the planning).

"Eponymous" will be available in selected recordstores worldwide (yeah thats right), on iTunes etc online, and locally you can grab it at Look and Listen, or by coming on down to one of the shows!

Thanks for the all the support so far - this is the year Cutout blows your pants off... no matter how skinny they are.
The first of many from Deconstruction Records
Cutout Collective are:
Tim Apter
Jason Hartford
Max Lehr

OHHHH, and they are also playing at The Woods on the 2nd May, closing the street party after Sweat.X should be a riot, your struly will be making noize between bands, coz thats how I roll
Check the FaceBook page: The Woods Street Party
And just to remind you of their debut video for 8-Bit Logic here it is again:

And ALSO, some cool stuffies from RCRDLBL...Adore Away:

Major Lazer - Hold The Line (DJ Edit)
The first we’ve heard from Diplo and Switch’s long-in-the-making dancehall project, Major Lazer, and it is every bit as bananas as we hoped it’d be. “Hold The Line” features guest verses from Santigold and Mr. Lexx, animal sounds, cell phone rings, and the unrelenting slap of digitized dancehall cadence.
Major Lazer - Hold The Line (DJ Edit)
Major Lazer MySpazz

Maximo Park - Let’s Get Clinical
“Let’s Get Clinical” boasts an 808 fed through a guitar amp, Ibizan synth pangs and singer Paul Smith trapped in what sounds like an art-metal breakdown about two thirds of the way in. Chastening stuff.
Maximo Park - Let's Get Clinical
From the Album: Quicken The Heart

DOOOOODS, I am gonna be in London from Thursday till Monday, hit me with messages if their any bands playing and stuff, if ya wanna meet me, my email addy is: destruktorobots@gmail.com

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