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Thursday, April 2, 2009

The Ropes, Bob Dylan, Black Kids, Bloc Party...phew!!! (link update)

The Ropes, (thanks Natalie)

I posted the video for Kitty Get Down a few weeks back, here are a few of their tracks as well as the video for Be My Gun. They have been described as something like The Knife meets The Chromatics, high praise indeed, I also get a little bit of Metric in there as well…..anyhoo, ADORE AWAY:
The Ropes - Too Cool To Love
The Ropes - Kitty Get Down
The Ropes - Be My Gun
(sorry, previous links didn't work, they sorted now)

And as an added extra special bonus, here’s the lovely video for Be My Gun

oh well, here is Kitty Get Down again:) only coz I care

You can get their album at iTunes

And now for some more stuffies from RCRDLBL, we do love them so:

Black Kids Vs. Mates of State - DJA of Mad Decent Mash-Up
Mates of State are gearing up to co-headline a tour with The Black Kids this April and, in its honor, DJA of Mad Decent crafted a mash-up of the two groups. Layered Casio synths, house break beats, and high-energy claps and cheers—it’s doses of cheeky, sunny pop distilled into a seductive, danceable potion.
Black Kids vs Mates of State DJA of Mad Decent Mash-Up

Mates of State MySpazz , Black Kids MySpazz , Doc Money

Bob Dylan - Beyond Here Lies Nothin’
Bob’s got a new record coming out next month, Together Through Life, and the back-room jazz of “Beyond Here Lies Nothin’” is the first piece to surface. It’s a logical, if not direct, extension from the basics of Modern Times, with a tad more New Orleans shuffle thrown in.
Bob Dylan - Beyond Here Lies Nothin
From the Album: Together Through Life
Bob Dylan MySpazz , Bob Dylan Web

Bloc Party - Signs (Armand Van Helden Remix)
This Armand Van Helden refit of “Signs” sounds like it can glug and snort with the best of them, filtered synths coming up to meet the clubland empathy of throbbing four-to-the-floor rhythms and grubby bass muck.
Bloc Party - Signs (Armand van Helden Remix)
From the Album: Intimacy Remixed
Bloc Party MySpazz , Bloc Party Web

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