Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Introducing LUFRKKK, new Metric, Adam Freeland, Martyn, Kid606, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Hearts of Palm UK, Sub Rosa, RATM.....its a freakin MONSTER POST
I received this in my inbox this morning as well, a new Remix and Producer dude from BRAZIL named Luiz Zimmermann Aka*LUFRKKK*, this is what he has to say: “This year I started to produce my own remixes, with full presence of breakbeats and bigbeats. I will let this available for you with a mixtape including my top 10 hits. I hope you enjoy my songs!!!”
So without further ado, labels and jellyspoons, I give you *LUFRKKK*:
♦KANYE WEST - STRONGER (lufrkkkmiamimix) *DEMO*
♦ESTELLE feat. KANYE WEST - AMERICAN BOY(lufrkkk breakedit)
♦LUFRKKK - THRASH DISASTR
♦R.A.T.M - KILLING THE NAME(lufrkkk rmx)
♦FEEL.THE.NOIZE / MIXTAPE (april)
♦FEEL.THE.NOIZE / MIXTAPE (april)
(ELECTRO ♦ BREAKBEAT ♦ BIGBEAT)
1.LUFRKKK – FEEL THE NOISE (intro)
2.SILVOUCH – PUSH UP
3.THE PRODIGY-EVERYBODY IN THE PLACE(ac.slater rmx)
4.THE POLICE-ROXANNE(discotech rmx)
5.SHANNON-LET THE MUSIC PLAY(drums to the throne rmx)
6.PRYDA-MIAMI 2 ATLANTA
8.DEIBEAT-TIME TO ROCK
9-THE PRODIGY-OMEN REPRISE(nightbreaker rmx)
10LUFRKKK-THE P.I.M.P MIX
♦PACK OTHER REMIXES♦320KBPS
MISSY ELLIOTTfeat.SANTOGOLD-LOSE CTRL(lufrkkkbreakedit)
ANTHONY ROTHER-FOREVER(lufrkkk rmx)
AFRIKA BAMBATAA-GOT THAT VIBE(lufrkkk final edit)
BONDE DA OSKLEY-VO TE PEDIR(lufrkkk edit)
LUFRKKK MySpazz , LUFRKKK Web
And NOW - Your Daily dose of RCRDLBL AWESOMENESS!!! DUUUUUDE NEW METRIC, FUUUUUUCK, YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY:
(Photo: Justin Broadbent)
Today Metric's new album Fantasies hits stores in the U.S., almost four years since Emily Haines & Co.'s last one, Live It Out. In celebration we've been gifted with a remix of "Help I'm Alive," from on-fire Brazilian electro-house duo The Twelves. Dudes have stepped up their juicy French-touch game on this one, turning out a piano-laden version that sounds lifted straight off the Daft House living room floor circa 1997. We're the only place you can grab this for the moment, so hit the link below to get your feet a twitchin'. You can buy Fantasies directly from the band at their Metric web
Metric - Help I’m Alive (The Twelves Remix)
and here’s an old track of theirs but still AWESOME cool: Metric - Monster Hospital (MSTRKRFT Remix)
(Photo: John Sisk)
Set to drop his excellent new album, Great Lengths, on Tuesday, Dutch producer Martynks to be on the brink of some big things. Not only is the record being heralded as one of the finest dubstep LPs in some time, but "These Words," its keystone, could be the genre's most heartbreaking and accessible track since Burial's "Archangel." Yes, it is that damn good. Stream the tune and another album cut, "Vancouver," below and, if you're in New York, you can catch Martyn at Love this Thursday (with Flying Lotus, Kode9, Zomby, and others) or at Cielo on Friday for the official North American album launch.
Martyn - These Words (Ft. dBridge)
Martyn - Vancouver
(Photo: Micke Lund)
in November, RCRDLBL introduced you to the glitchy, manic world of Kid606, the Venezuelan-born, California-reared producer and boss of the IDM-centric Tigerbeat6 label. On April 28th, he'll release a new album called Shout At The Doner, nominee for album title of the year and his first record since a move to Berlin from San Francisco. Preceding the release is the basslineish single "Mr. Wobble's Nightmare," which got the remix treatment from a bunch of up-and-comers for an EP last month, among them Australian "idiot house" duo Acid Jacks. Below you'll find their all-the-more-ravey version alongside the original, and if you want to get in on the action yourself the label is hosting a remix contest for the track right here.
Kid606 - Mr Wobbles Nightmare (Acid Jacks Remix)
Kid606 – Mr Wobbles Nightmare
Kid606 - Raving Cain
Dolby Anol - Heather I’m Dry (Kid 606 mix)
Staten Island quartet Cymbals Eat Guitars came out of seemingly nowhere when, a little under a month ago, their debut album, Why There Are Mountains, was bestowed Pitchfork's "Best New Music" honor. Who were these guys? Staten Island, seriously? They were, of course, four hustling musicians who'd struck gold on the songwriting front, crafting a beastly, obtuse album that sounds a lot like Built To Spill, if Built To Spill actually had some youth on their side and could still throw down in a street fight or get upset over a girl. You can grab the record's first two songs below, and pick up the album on iTunes or Insound if you're as into them as we are. The band are playing on Thursday at Webster Hall in New York with The Walkmen and Beach House and on Sunday in Brooklyn at Public Assembly. Expect a turnout.
Cymbals Eat Guitars - And The Hazy Sea
Cymbals Eat Guitars – Some Trees Merritt Moon
This track is perfect for both insomniac ravers (or maybe that's my sleep deprivation talking). "Under Control" includes vocals by Kurt Baumann and gassed-up guitar by Tony Bevilacqua. But it is Adam Freeland's feverish, electronic bass and macheted synths that stands out - acting like an accelerant to the fiery chaos in your head, initiating a demonic, late-night dance riot in your cranium. Freeland's new album Cope is out June 9th but if this remixed track of "Under Control" is any indication, it's well worth the wait.
Adam Freeland - Under Control (Alex Metric Remix)
Freeland - Burn the Clock
This new video by the new wave-esque, electro-pop girl band, Hearts of Palm UK, was shot in LA by photog/artist Ian Broyles and set on various green screen backdrops - giving it a DIY film-school feel that is comical and appropriately 80's-esque. We are guessing the pyramids, moon and other significant mystical symbols has something to do with Erica Elektra, the heavily-tatted keyboard player who writes the songs; word is she's an astrology expert and "resident mystic."
PS: The song from I Flow EP (see below) is the first of SIX EP's coming from Hearts of Palm UK's debut album For Life.
Heart of Palm UK – I Flow (Radio Edit)
Heart of Palm UK – Would You Believe
Heart of Palm UK – Super Tuesday
Heart of Palm UK – I Flow (Velapene Screen Mix)
Heart of Palm FULL I Flow EP Download
Since Sub Rosa began in early 2001, when Nick Faiella and Adam Lewis met in Southern California, Sub Rosa's grungy, 90s garage rock feel makes sense. "Here In The Filth" sounds straight up guy in tattered sweater cradling a guitar, expeling abrasively raw yet poetic vocals, as candles flickering nearby - like an untouched outtake from Nirvana's infamous Unplugged session in 1993. Their first LP, Slings & Arrows has varying textures - a meld of gritty rock, emo and post-punk sensibilities.
Sub Rosa - Here In Filth
Phew, I have cramp in fingers now!!!!
YAY 4 MAY