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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.
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
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.
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
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.
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