Sunday #240

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August 30th, 2015
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Woolfy Vs. Projections: “Missing You”

Take a Sunday ride with LA’s duo Woolfy Vs. Projections track “Missing You”, a perfect Balearic gem of Spanish guitars and sun-kissed vibes. “Missing You”, featuring El Javi, is one of the many highlights off their third album “Stations” that has been on repeat for the last few weeks. The “Stations” LP is out now via Permanent Vacation. Buy it here.

Gasback:
“20 Tracks For 200 Sundays” – A Mixtape by La.Ga.Sta.

An Edit To Remember #96

DATE:
August 29th, 2015
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It’s that time again. La.Ga.Sta.’s ongoing “An Edit To Remember” series continues with another favorite rework. Grab your keys and take a disco ride with Chicago’s Moon Boots perfectly crafted edit of Dayton’s 80’s funk classic “The Sound Of Music”, guaranteed to light up any dancefloor. Download it for free below and blast in on your car stereo.

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An Edit To Remember #95

NO ZU: “Ui Yia Uia”

DATE:
August 28th, 2015
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Melbourne heat beat collective NO ZU first wowed us late last year with their percussive funk jam “Raw Vis Vision” of horns and disco whistles, a standout cut from Cut Copy’s excellent “Oceans Apart” compilation. Following the release of their ace “Medusa Music” 12”, heavily inspired by Hellenic culture, NO ZU are back in action and in fine form with their new single “Ui Yia Uia”, their debut release for Chapter Music. Filled with bombastic horns and infectious layers of percussion, this slow boogie groover is another quality example of NO ZU doing what they do best. Play it loud.

The single “Ui Yia Uia” is the first taste from NO ZU’s forthcoming new album “Afterlife”, the follow-up to 2012’s debut “Life”, which is expected to arrive early next year via Chapter Music. Pick up your copy of “Ui Yia Uia” here.

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NO ZU: “Raw Vis Vision”

Horixon: “Colours” (feat. Else Born)

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August 28th, 2015
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After releasing a handful of material over the past two years, Horixon, the London-based duo of Monarchy’s Andrew Armstrong and Joe Sambrook, return to our ears with their new single “Colours”. This marks the pair’s third release for Eskimo Recordings after the EPs, “Brighter Day”, featuring house legend Robert Owens, and “Hold It Like I Own It”. For this single, Horixon have teamed up with Turid Alida Solberg, aka Else Born, from Norwegian duo Philco Fiction, to deliver one of their finest tracks to date. With its sorrowful strings and luscious pop melodies, “Colours” is a beautifully crafted track that creates a sense of longing. Give it a spin above.

The “Colours” EP will drop on September 4th via Eskimo. The release comes complete with remixes by Croatian producer Petar Dundov and Glasgow duo Illyus & Barrientos.

Gasback:
Horixon feat. Maya: “Hold It Like I Own It” [This Soft Machine Remix]
Horixon: “Great Things” (feat. Jacques Teal)

World Champion: “Avocado Galaxy”

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August 28th, 2015
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The newest addition to the Future Classic family is Sydney-based duo World Champion, consisting of Julian Sudek, founding member of M​ercy Arms, and Will Campion, who also played in Sydney bands Cut Silk and The Chevaliers. The two came together through a mutual love of electronica and psych-pop. Today, World Champion have shared their first-ever single called “Avocado Galaxy”, which was co-produced with Jagwar Ma’s Jono Ma. Filled with pop hooks and warm psych vibes, the track feels perfectly suited for a summer drive. And it’s yours for free.

World Champion’s debut “Avocado Galaxy” EP, which was recorded in Tamarama, will drop in November through F​uture Classic. Expect remixes of the track from Melbourne’s Tornado Wallace and Swedish maestro Dan Lissvik of Studio fame.

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Jamie xx: “Loud Places” Remixes

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August 28th, 2015
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London producer Jamie xx just dropped a strong remix EP of “Loud Places”, featuring his fellow the xx bandmate Romy Madley Croft, a standout track from his debut solo album “In Colour”. The release features five reinterpretations by the likes of John Talabot, Tessela, Barnt, Matthew Herbert and Paul Woolford under his Special Request guise. Here, we have two remixes for your listening pleasure: John Talabot’s “Loud Synths Reconstruction” and Barnt’s “E-Mix”. Still waiting for Talabot’s great dub version to come out.

The “Loud Places” Remixes EP is out now digitally on Young Turks, with a physical edition to come out in October. Buy it here.

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The xx: “Chained” [John Talabot & Pional Blinded Remix]

Junior Boys: “What You Won’t Do For Love”

DATE:
August 28th, 2015
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The hibernation is over and Junior Boys, the Canadian electronic pop duo of Jeremy Greenspan and Matt Didemus, return with a cover of Bobby Caldwell’s 1978 classic soul track “What You Won’t Do For Love”. In true Junior Boys fashion, the cover will arrive soon on vinyl via Caribou’s Jiaolong imprint. The 12″ will also feature an instrumental dub version on the flip. This marks the duo’s first release since 2011’s album “It’s All True”.

Download it here for a limited time only.

Gasback:
Junior Boys: “You’ll Improve Me” [Caribou Remix]

Midland: “Double Feature”

DATE:
August 27th, 2015
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Following the release of the great debut single “Rust” from AKASE, his new collaborative project with singer-songwriter Robbie Redway, London-based DJ/producer Harry Agius, aka Midland, returns with a new two-track EP called “Double Feature”. This is the first release on ReGraded, a new sub-label of Midland’s Graded imprint, that will focus on more sample-based, disco-tinged house. It also marks the producer’s first original material since last year’s “Duster” EP for Will Saul’s Aus label. The A-side title track finds Midland delivering a belter of a tune with his unmistakable signature style. Blast it above.

The two-track “Double Feature” EP will drop in both vinyl and digital formats on September 18th via ReGraded. You can pre-order your 12” here.

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Boards Of Canada: “Olson” [Midland Re-Edit]

Mighty Mouse: Discolife – Episode 1

DATE:
August 27th, 2015
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Discolife – Episode 1 by Mighty Mouse on Mixcloud

London producer/DJ Mighty Mouse, who also serves as one half of Du Tonc alongside Van She’s Matt Van Schie, has launched a new mix series called “Discolife”, a continuation of his much-loved “Disco Circus” compilation series. The first episode is a 78-minute journey through disco, electronica, afrobeat, techno and house, showcasing his exceptional, eclectic taste and fine mixing skills. Great stuff! Grab it for free below, and ride with us.

Tracklist:
Pink Murder – Fresh & Made (Demi Re-edit)
Arling & Cameron – Club Fashion
Cardini & Shaw – In The Ballroom
Shura – White Light (Gabe Guernsey Factory Floor Remix)
Maribou State feat. Pedestrian – The Clown (Axel Bowman Remix)
Inaky Garcia feat. Alfredo Magrini – Destination (Afro Club Mix)
Groove Junkies & Solara – Sunshine (Timmy Vegas Paradise Mix)
Tigerbalm – The 80s (Oscar P Remix)
Deadbeat – Berghain Drum Jack (2015 Edit)
The Housemaster Boyz – House Nation (Club Mix)
M.Caporale – Dune
DJ T.I.C feat. Koncrete & DJ Oats – Dhumba (Main Mix)
Groove Armada – Paris (Andhim Remix)
Bicep – Just
Felipe Gordon – Galactico
Terranova – Kepler 186F
Gardens Of God – Zulu
Nicolas Alisferi – Across The Universe
Slam Dunk’d – No Price (Robosonic ‘Disco Break’ Remix)
Pariah – Railroad
Floating Points – K&G Beat

Download it for free here.

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Mighty Mouse: “Ghetto Heaven”

Hot Chip: “Started Right (Joe Goddard Disco Remix)”

DATE:
August 27th, 2015
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Hot Chip just dropped a new remix package for their current single “Started Right”, featuring reworks from band member Joe Goddard and LA-based vocalist and producer Seven Davis Jr. As expected, Hot Chip’s own Joe Goddard delivers the goods, an eight-minute remix that takes the already funk-filled original straight to disco heaven.

The single “Started Right” is lifted from the band’s sixth album “Why Make Sense?”. Just in case you missed it, watch the Rollo Jackson-directed video for the track here. The remix package is out now digitally via Domino. Get it here.

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Hot Chip: “Need You Now”