As of this week, the second EP from NYC’s Braille is available through Hotflush Recordings. The b-side of his previous release is already one of my favourite tracks for the year, and I look forward to the release of the Sepalcure debut album later in autumn – Sepalcure is the another project he’s involved in together with Machinedrum.
A1. A Meaning
B2. Chain Gang
If you’re interested in making this EP one of your’s, I’ve spotted the vinyl on Rush Hour, Bleep also has a download in various formats.
They say the age of the mixed CD has come to an end, and in the new age of the internet it’s easy to believe. There’s hardly a music publication without its own podcast and live-recordings from clubs around the world are only a click away. But I believe in the rule of exception and !K7’s DJ-KiCKS series is not only one of the first mix CD series, for me anyway, but also an exceptional one (again exceptions apply everywhere!)
Today, they’ve announced their latest addition from no other but Hotflush founder Paul Rose, better known for his music output under the names of Scuba and SCB. From his reputation as a DJ and his taste in selecting artists for his label, I have reason to believe he will continue the recent winning streak (I’m thinking of Apparat and MCDE) in the series. At least that’s what the tracklist suggests.01. Sigha – HF029B2
02. Surgeon – The Power of Doubt
03. DBridge – For Tonight
04. Badawi – Lost Highway (Incyde remix)
05. Peverelist – Sun Dance
06. Until Silence – The Affair
07. Addison Groove – An We Drop
08. Roska – Leapfrog
09. Trevino – Shorty
10. Beaumont – CPX11
11. Function – Two Ninety One
12. Braille – Breakup
13. Quest – Everybody in the Place
14. Sigha – Let Me In
15. George FitzGerald – Shackled
16. Jon Convex – Streetwalk
17. Mr Beatnick – Don’t Walk Away From My Love
18. Boddika – Acid Battery
19. Marcel Dettmann – Captivate
20. Arkist – Rendez-Vous (SCB edit)
21. Locked Groove – Drowning
22. Recloose – Tecumseh
23. Sigha – Where I Come To Forget
24. Sex Worker – Rhythm of the Night
25. Scuba – M.A.R.S.
26. Jichael Mackson – Gedons
27. Rivet – Running S
28. Recondite – Backbone
29. Ludovic Vendi – Mental Bright
30. Rivet – Slant
31. Scuba – Adrenalin
32. Sepalcure – Inside
Scuba’s DJ-KiCKS will be in stores on October 25, 2011. While this hasn’t been confirmed, we expect it to drop in the usual trilogy of CD, LP and a 12-inch with exclusive music.
The final single off Mount Kimbie‘s much acclaimed Crooks & Lovers brings my favourite track to the turntable once again. In addition to that, the double 12″ features two previously unreleased tracks and remixes from Klaus, Airhead and Peter van Hoesen. Listen to snippets from all tracks below.
You should find Carbonated in all good record stores as of today. Besides the vinyl release you can also get it on CD single (!) or digital download. Whatever you prefer, get it directly from Hotflush or online shops such as Bleep, Juno and iTunes.
The good people at Sonic Router premiered this free EP from Golau Glau, consisting of seven tracks in a minimal techno flavour with dubstep influences here and there. Get the music from Bandcamp and don’t miss the the interview.
While we’re at Sonic Router, their latest podcast was mixed by Hotflush’s George FitzGerald and we think you want that.
New York’s Alex Incyde talks to Knowledge Magazine about the new Hotflush compilation “Back and 4th“, the label’s history and upcoming releases. And he made them a mix them with this tasty looking tracklist.01. Incyde – Aquazo
02. Appleblim & October – NY Fizzzzz
03. Incyde – Sykle
04. Furreshu – Lucid (Shifted Remix)
05. Incyde – Emeraldz
06. Incyde – Axis
07. 2562 – This Is Hardcore
08. Photek – 101 (Boddika’s Drum Machine Remix)
09. Lando Kal – Time Out
10. Ike Release – Don’t Know
11. Pangaea – Inna Daze
12. Distal & HxdB – Booyant
13. Boxcutter vs Kab Driver – Little Smoke
14. Arkist & Kidkut – Vanilla Imitate
15. Incyde – Traverse
16. Incyde – Telophase
I suggest you grab the download and while you listen to it you can read that interview.
The guys of Mount Kimbie just posted a link to the new Jamie Lidell video, but unfortunately it doesn’t play for me. Instead I discovered the duo has a new video out themselves, you can watch it below.
Below you can listen to a 10-minutes mix with all of the album’s tracks:
01. Before (After)
02. Latch (Will Saul & Mike Monday Remix)
03. On Deck (FaltyDL Remix)
04. You Got Me (I Got You)
05. Tracers (Deadbeat Remix)
06. So You Think You’re Special (Joe Remix)
07. Before (Deadboy Remix)
It seems like Triangulation (Interpretations) is a CD-only release, though that might leave the option for several EPs the future. On November 15, you can find it in all good stores.
November 15, 2010 As mentioned before, the record is out now. Get your’s from Bleep or Boomkat. There is also a new 12-inch featuring the remixes by Deadbeat and FaltyDL.
Following the release of their album Crooks & Lovers, Hotflush’s Mount Kimbie are currently touring North America and will soon continue to do so in the UK and the rest of Europe. This week they’re also gracing XLR8R with this guestmix.
01. System – All
02. xxxy – This Much
03. Mount Kimbie – Carbonated
04. Pangaea – Dead Living
05. Zomby – Test Me for a Reason
06. Kode9 – You Don’t Wash (Martyn Remix)
07. Dam-Funk – How It Be Between U and Me
08. El Fog – El Cloud
09. Klaus – Tusk
10. Scuba – Hard Boiled (SCB Edit)
11. Senking – Tar
12. Blawan – Fram
13. Untold – Anaconda (Tribal Guarachero Mix)
14. Klaus – Neph
15. Unknown – Unknown
16. James Blake – Klavierwerke
17. Arkist – Only If You Mean It
Head over to the XLR8R website and choose your prefered download format.