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Slight lapse in posts b/c I was gone for the weekend but no matter, my good pal Celadon City was nice enough to break the soundcloud feed drought I’ve been suffering from for a good time now. And I couldn’t think of a better compilation for him to appear on than this one, given the title.

And of course he again knocks it out of the park with the brand of dreamy electronic goodness we’ve come to expect from the man. And I must say I am totally in love with those quivering synths towards the end. Hope this one’ll tide you over for the start o’ the week, and I’ll see y’all again soon!

-Claude Van Foxbat

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Petite pépite Deep-House / Nu-Disco à l’atmosphère rétro avec le titre « (I Know) What You Want’ de Andras & Oscar. Tornado Wallace place un remix reposant à souhait tandis que Zanzibar Chanel épice un peu le tout avec des notes d’Acid et quelques envolées au clavier. Ce vinyle sort chez Dopeness Galore, label hollandais qui plaira à tous les amateurs de House et de Disco façon MCDE ou S3A. Disponible chez Juno Records.

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For over 2 years, London’s 20-year-old producer/multi-instrumentalist, Tom Misch, has been bringing his jazz-infused beats to the masses, and in the process, he’s built a legion of followers who prefer more of a downtempo, soulful vibe. His Beat Tape 2 is on the way, and he’s given us the first taste of it with his new single, “In The Midst Of It All” featuring Sam Wills. The song sets a great tone for the release, as it features a blend of chimes, strings, guitar, and laid-back percussive work to support Sam’s croons that complete the beat-driven gem. Have a listen above and watch a behind-the-scenes video about the making of the Beat Tape 2 after the jump. Pre-order the Beat Tape 2 here.

Beat Tape 2 Tracklisting:
1. The Journey
2. Wander With Me (feat. Carmody)
3. Nightgowns (feat. Loyle Carner)
4. Falafel
5. Wake Up This Day (feat. Jordan Rakei)
6. The Midst Of It All (feat. Sam Wills)
7. Come Back
8. Your Love (feat. Alexa Harley)
9. Hark (feat. Alfa Mist)
10. Tom Misch & Bearcubs – Colours Of Freedom
11. Beautiful Escape (feat. Zak Abel)
12. Tom Misch – Home

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• Listen to Bob Moses‘ New Single ‘Too Much Is Never Enough’
Native Instruments officially rolls out Stems
Ghastly Dives Deep into His Production Bag to Unveil, ‘Lil Trick’
Arca announces second album, Mutant

 

Listen to Bob Moses’ New Single ‘Too Much Is Never Enough’

“Too Much Is Never Enough” is the latest single to see the light of day from Canadian duo Bob Moses‘ forthcoming debut album Days Gone By.

Following in the footsteps of their earlier critically acclaimed single “Talk,” Bob Moses give us a second glimpse of what to expect from their upcoming album which is available for pre-order via iTunes and is set to be released on the Domino imprint on September 18, 2015.

Find their upcoming tour dates, or preview the new single “Too Much Is Never Enough,” in full below.

TOUR DATES:
01/08 – MoMA PS1 – New York, US
02/08 – Osheaga Festival – Montreal, Canada
13/08 – Sunkissed – Oslo, Norway
15/08 – Chill Out Festival – Turkey
19/08 – Symbiosis Festival – Oakdale, CA, USA
20/08 – Lexington – London, UK
22/08 – Hinterhof – Basel, Switzerland
26/08 – Musikaliska – Stockholm, Sweden
27/08 – Heart – Ibiza, Spain
23-27 August – Decibel Festival – Seattle, WA

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Native Instruments officially rolls out Stems

Stems has now officially launched.

The Native Instruments-developed multichannel audio format gives DJs access to four separate parts within a track, which opens the doors for more detailed and complex mixing techniques. After a host of labels, including R&S, Hotflush and Ghostly international, signed on to release tracks in the format, the current catalog will now be for sale through six online music retailers: Beatport, Bleep, Juno, Traxsource, whatpeopleplay and Wasabeat.

The files are also now compatible with hardware and software in NI’s line of DJ products, Traktor. (The files are open source, though, so down the line you’ll be able to take advantage of Stems’ functionality using other apps and devices, as well as make Stems of your own productions using a free Stem Creator Tool.)

Check out a new video of Stems in action above.
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Ghastly Dives Deep into His Production Bag to Unveil, ‘Lil Trick’ 

L.A. based producer Ghastly released a one year old gem – ‘Lil Trick’ – to his fans for free. Production that is a year old and unreleased generally doesn’t get released for a reason – it rarely stands the test of time. In this case, the exact opposite is true with ‘Lil Trick’, as the bouncy bit of bass music perfectly encapsulates the progressive thinking of not only Ghastly’s songwriting, but his prophetic ability to produce bass house before the sub-genre was even on anyone’s radar.

Channeling everything that is exploding from within the future bass genre right now a year before it was en vogue, ‘Lil Trick’s’ dark bass line is an ode to the bass house phenomenon sweeping dance music in 2015. The funky edges, swirls, and ghastly echoes offer the forward thinking twist necessary to take a production into the upper echelon.

Lil Trick was such an important song for me, it was the moment when I went back to my roots and stopped caring what was popular at the moment and just made what came naturally – Ghastly

 

Arca announces second album, Mutant

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Arca has announced the follow-up to his acclaimed 2014 debut album Xen.

Mutant is due out “late fall” and the Venezuelan producer “CANNOT w8 to share with u all”, he announced on Twitter.

The album will cap a busy year for Alejandro Ghersi, whoco-produced several tracks on Björk’s Vulnicura, soundtracked a fashion show and dropped his own solo cuts ‘Washed Clean’ and ‘Vanity’ – no word yet if those will appear on Mutant.

(via FACT)

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London producer Weiss is no stranger to soulful, summertime tracks. “My Sister,” released in August 2013, is a classic that house track will always get hands in the air. His newest track, “Man Gone,” is no different.

Driven by a bluesy piano loop, “Man Gone” is a steady builder that transports you to a porch performance in the sultry, steamy South. Haunting, smokey female vocals sing about Death coming to visit a man with a fever. As the kick drops out at the final break, you can’t help but get chills as she sings, “Ohh, Death in the morning. Ohhhh. Death. Yes.”

“Man Gone” is out now on Toolroom Records. It includes a synth-driven remix from German duo Tube & Bergers. You can listen to both tracks, below, and purchase them here.

Weiss just finished the US leg of his Man Gone tour. He’ll be spending most of August down under in Australia and New Zealand. You can find more details here.

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The king of groove is coming to the West Coast. In an era where thumping kicks and booming bass lines reign supreme, the twenty-year-old phenom has managed to introduce some groove to the main stage with his brand of future house. His shows are an undeniably great time, as he blends funky bass lines with uplifting melodies that will get you moving on the dance floor.

On September 10th and 11th, Oliver Heldens will be taking over Exchange LA for a special two night event with support from the likes of Chocolate Puma, Shaun Frank, Michael Calfan, and Loud Luxury. This will be a night to remember, so get your tickets here.

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2015 has been a big year for Dutchman producer, Junktion, with heavily lauded releases for Sleazy Beats Black Ops, Slow Town Records plus an amazing outing on Detroit Swindle’s, Heist Recordings, as Fouk, his collaboration project with Daniel Lesemen. This latest outing for Razor-N-Tape Reserve is no exception and further cements his knack for groovy, organic house that is as funky as it is feel-good. Four cuts span this lovely, transparent-green 12″ record that kicks of with the title track, “Hot & Bothered,” a low-slung gem with chunky percussion and soulful croons. Next up, “I’m Wishin” treads familiar territory with some classic, Stephanie Mills samplage flipped in a very refreshing way followed by my pick of the bunch, “Fling Cleaning,” with it’s sunshine-laced swagger. Closer, “Visions Of You,” wraps things up with a dramatic drop in tempo but keeping the vibes of heavy funk, soul and irresistibility.

Buy the 12″ here.

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Austin, Texas bad bwoy, MSCLS, drops in with his pals Feature Cuts plus vocalist, Savannah Low to present “Runaway,” a brutal, garage-house work out. We enter with some sparse, shuffling beats and melancholic, filtered chords that lead to a vocal breakdown before plunging head first into a stunning drop. Released as a free download, this one is sure to cause damage on many a dance floor!

 

 

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After TYNVN & Crystal Vision posted their bootleg remix of Usher’s ‘Yeah’, Soundcloud said ‘Nope’ and took the track down. Getting a little bummed about spending all that time on making something super ridiculous, they spent some time on Facebook complaining about fair use rights and Soundcloud being bent over by major labels, they decided to just say ‘fuck it’ by hitting the delete key on Usher and re-releasing the track as an original.

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L’épisode 51 de notre podcast est signé Franck Roger, l’un des artistes House français les plus connus et reconnus à l’international. On va pas vous refaire sa biographie, on s’est déjà penché sur le sujet dans un article assez complet sur notre soirée du 8 août à l’Iboat au cours de laquelle il jouera aux côtés de Max Graef.

Non, au lieu de se focaliser sur son passé, on a préféré demander à Franck de nous concocter une mixtape exclusive et on lui a posé quelques questions sur ses nouveaux projets. Alors pose tes fesses, appuie sur « play » et dévore cette entrevue spéciale sur son nouveau projet Home Invasion.

Electrocorp: Salut Franck, je passe pas par quatre chemins et j’attaque direct. Qu’est ce qui t’a poussé à lancer ton nouveau label Home Invasion ? Quelle est la démarche sous-jacente ?

Franck Roger: J’ai lancé Home Invasion dans le but de revenir à un label sur lequel je suis tout seul : seul à y prendre les décisions concernant les choix artistiques et musicaux, seul à décider de la direction à prendre. J’avais besoin de retrouver cette sensation de liberté et de revenir à une démarche beaucoup plus underground. T’imagines pas le plaisir que je prends à commander mes disques en white label et à les tamponner moi-même un par un : « pim, pam, poum » trois coups de tampons sur chaque disque, t’en fais 500, 800, 1000, t’as de l’encre partout, ça chauffe un peu les mains mais je suis vraiment content et je ne vois pas cela comme une corvée. Je vise une clientèle beaucoup plus précise, qui sait ce qu’elle veut. Aller dans un magasin de disques demande du temps, de la patience et donc le client écoute la musique d’une autre façon que quelqu’un qui achète tout en ligne. C’est exactement ce que je fais chaque semaine en allant dans des shops de vinyles et j’y trouve le même plaisir que lorsque j’avais 17 ans.

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EC: Home Invasion me fait penser à la démarche de POINT G et d’autres artistes qui lancent des labels pour sortir leurs productions en toute indépendance sur vinyles uniquement. La comparaison est-elle juste ? Home Invasion évoluera-t-il vers des sorties digitales ?

FR: Oui, POINT G en fait partie, mais on peut aussi penser à Djebali, Politics of Dancing, Rue de Plaisance et j’en passe. Un tas de labels Parisiens prennent le temps de faire du vinyle. Alors oui, pour certains y’a un petit côté « hype » et ils se rabattent sur du digital lorsque les ventes sont pas au top mais ceux que je cite poursuivent les mêmes objectifs d’indépendance que moi et ont cette vraie culture du vinyle. Attention, je ne suis pas contre le digital, je pense que la musique doit être disponible sous plusieurs formats mais pour ma part, je préfère vendre un maximum de disques. En plus, tu peux créer un effet de rareté en limitant le nombre de copies et puis t’as toujours ce petit côté authentique et artisanal du produit. Concernant Home Invasion et le digital, je ne suis pas fermé, bien au contraire. On pourrait par exemple imaginer une compile ou un bundle de quelque titres choisis pour les sortir en digital. J’y réfléchis mais ce n’est pas ma priorité.

EC: As-tu le projet de signer des artistes sur Home Invasion ?

FR: Je suis ouvert à tout. J’écoute ce que l’on m’envoie et je signerai probablement des nouveaux artistes mais pour le moment je n’ai pas reçu LA démo ou LE track qui me fait assez vibrer. Dans un premier temps, je reste sur mes productions. Home Invasion, c’est ma nouvelle vitrine donc je dois m’y consacrer a 100%.

EC: Quels sont tes gros projets à venir ?

FR: Alors, tout d’abord j’ai ma résidence Home Invasion 4 fois par ans au Badaboum à Paris où j’ai la chance, depuis deux ans, d’inviter les guests de mon choix. Je reprend donc en octobre avec un artiste qui a un talent fou et qui se produira pour la toute première fois dans la capitale : Tornado Wallace. Sinon, en dehors de l’aventure du label Home Invasion qui suit son cours, j’ai un remix qui devrait bientôt sortir sur Silver Network, le label de Jef K, et j’ai un remix qui vient tout juste de sortir pour Politics of Dancing feat. Hector Morales.

EC: Et une grosse date à l’Iboat le 8 août ?

FR: Exactement !

EC: Alors on se retrouve à bord du bateau bordelais samedi prochain. Merci Franck !

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Wood Holly was responsible for one of the livest bootleg packs I have ever heard, so I’m always keen to see what he’s got in the pipelines.  His latest is shockingly more on the dark side of things.  Really haunting vocals, scratchy percussion and cool synths blanket the listener before that absolute vortex of a bass arrangement steals your soul.  Can’t believe he’s giving this one away for free via Perfect Driver Records, grab it right now! Thanks Wood Holly!

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The last time we heard from Slaptop, it was from a sweet little dancey number called “Away.”  Now, our homie is back with another killer called “Remember.”  First thing that jumps out at me here are the super smooth vocals.  Just sing-alongy and indie enough to fit the drop.  All jokes aside, the business end of this track contains a mean bassline and some reallly nice, airy synth work.  Look out for them horns too. Coming in hot!!!

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So basically, Draper makes some really solid future tunes.  His latest release on Monstercat is called “On You” featuring Alby Hobbs.  This one is drenched in romantic feels, screaming synth work, and some cool bass style.  You can always expect this kind of quality from Monstercat, props to them for linking up with Draper for the release.  Without any further ado, let this slow burner float you right on into the weekend.

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Years & Years have just received yet another remix from NYC’s Gryffin. After first taking on the UK trio’s hit, “King,” Gryffin was enlisted for a rendition of another one of their songs, “Desire.” Featured as the lead single on the We Are Your Friends official soundtrack, this remix brings Years & Years into the house realm once again, as it showcases Gryffin’s melody-driven, high-energy grooves that pair perfectly with the original’s catchy vocals for a smooth summer tune. Have a listen for yourself below!


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