LA.GA.STA. presents: Ray Mang at Dalston Superstore

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April 21st, 2017
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TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT! We can’t wait to welcome the mighty Ray Mang for our new LAGASTA party at our favorite hangout Dalston Superstore. UK DJ/Producer/remixer and all-round studio boffin, known to his mates as Raj Gupta, is definitely not a new boy on the disco dance scene. Having collaborated with Bill Brewster, The Idjut Boys and Foolish Felix, as well as remixing for the likes of Gorillaz, Shirley Bassey and S-Express, it’s hard not to name drop when speaking of his incredible career! He has honed his skills as a producer over decades releasing on legendary labels DFA, Noid, R&S, Eskimo, Nuphonic, Bear Funk to name a few, and we can’t wait to see where he takes us at LAGASTA!

Get ready for a disco marathon with the disco stalwart Ray Mang, together with London-based DJ and vinyl archivist Gideön, founder of The NYC Downlow, the legendary club situated within the art-club hybrid Block9 at Glastonbury, our beloved SlothBoogie DJs, Wes Baggaley, DJ Dreadful and TWANG. Plus drag nonsense from Chester Hayes & Orange Gina all night. This will be a disco night to remember!

Catch RAY MANG at LAGASTA this Friday 21 April from 9pm-3am at Dalston Superstore!
Free before 10 / £5 before 11 / £7 after

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Los Amigos Invisibles: “Stay” [Ray Mang’s Disco Instrumental]
Classixx: “Just Let Go” (feat. How To Dress Well) [Ray Mang Remix]

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Dauwd: “Leitmotiv”

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April 21st, 2017
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After the last few years spent hard at work in the studio, US-born, Wales-raised producer Dauwd, who’s been releasing music for nearly 6 years on such noted labels as Ghostly International and Kompakt, will drop his debut album “Theory Of Colours” on Ninja Tune’s imprint Technicolour Records this June 2nd.

Pulling inspiration from electronic music legends like Terry Riley, Raymond Scott, and the seminal Radiophonic Workshop period in the late 50’s and 60’s, Dauwd’s debut LP draws a unique line between influences as disparate as hazy Detroit house and early German Krautrock. “It’s been a long time coming, but I wanted to challenge myself to make the album I didn’t expect. Hopefully you’ll be as surprised as I was. Thanks to everyone who helped along the way,” he says. Before it drops on on June 2nd, take a ride with the record’s lead single “Leitmotiv”. Blast it above.

Pre-order the “Theory Of Colours” LP here.

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Dauwd: “Jupiter George”

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Panama: “Hope For Something”

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April 21st, 2017
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After a long wait, Panama return with a new EP called “Hope For Something”, a five-tracker brought to life by Perth-born singer-songwriter Jarrah McCleary’s confessional storytelling. His richest and most moving work yet, the EP’s subject matter spans personal turmoil, making peace with your past and the loss of a loved one, but ultimately emerges optimistic. Our first taste from the upcoming record is the superb title track “Hope For Something”, a song McCleary wrote about his personal demons. “It’s about a battle with yourself,” he says.

The “Hope For Something” EP, which marks Panama’s first release of original material since 2015’s single “Jungle”, arrives on June 23 on Future Classic. Pre-order it here.

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Classixx feat. Panama: “A Mountain With No Ending”

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Tycho: “Horizon” Video

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April 19th, 2017
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California synth-pop trio Tycho have shared a new video for their track “Horizon”. The video, taken from the groups mesmerizing live show, features original animations from Neil Krug and cinematography from Charles Bergquist. “Horizon” is the second track from Tycho’s last year’s “Epoch” LP, the final album in the trilogy beginning with 2011’s “Dive”.

Get it here.

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Tycho: “Plains” [Baio Remix]

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Talamanca System: “Transatlantique”

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April 18th, 2017
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Talamanca System, the trio of International Feel boss Mark Barrott, German producer Phillip Lauer and Running Back boss Gerd Janson, also known as Tuff City Kids, are gearing up to release their self-titled debut album in May. The record’s nine tracks ranging from up to downtempo, piano house smashers that would have deserved the prefix Italo-, percussion rituals captured by a group of Zoo animals on the loose, soundtracks for dusk and dawn, hushed vocals, rites of ambient passages, powerful synth ballads and vamp choirs. If this album were a car, it would be a Citroen 2CV remade by Tesla. Our first taste of the forthcoming album comes in the form of “Transatlantique”, a great, piano-led house tune.

The “Talamanca System” LP drops on May 19 via International Feel. Pre-order it here.

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Talamanca System: “Balanzat”

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SONIKKU: “El Bombo”

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April 18th, 2017
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London-based producer and DJ SONIKKU, real name Tony Donson, returns to Distant Hawaii, a Lobster Theremin sub-label, with his new EP, titled “Sky Sanctuary”. His newest effort finds him delivering three beautiful, 16-bit house groovers. From New York to the Sky Sanctuary and beyond. Get your fill of his summery track “El Bombo” above. Pure vibes!

The “Sky Sanctuary” EP arrives on April 21. Pre-order it here.

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SONIKKU: “Secret Island”

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Night Drive: “Rise And Fall (Classixx Remix)”

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April 18th, 2017
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LA-based duo Classixx are back with a new remix of Austin’s synth-pop duo Night Drive latest single “Rise And Fall”. As to be expected, in Classixx’s hands the tune is shaped into a classy laid-back disco affair filled with live percussion and warm, sunny vibes. The track “Rise And Fall is the first single from Night Drive’s upcoming self-titled debut album, set to drop on June 16th via Roll Call Records. Get yourself a copy of Classixx’s remix here.

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Local Natives: “Dark Days” [Classixx Remix]

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Breakbot: “Mystery”

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April 17th, 2017
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Ed Banger Records is celebrating its 100th release with a massive new compilation, titled “Ed Rec 100”, which marks the label’s first compilation since 2013. The 17-track collection features new and exclusive tracks from the label’s roster including Justice, Breakbot, Busy P, Cassius, Mr. Oizo, Krazy Baldhead, Feadz, Para One, Boston Bun, as well as a much anticipated new track “So Huge” from SebastiAn. Before it drops on May 12, we’re treated to the funky sounds of “Mystery”, a brand-new track from Breakbot. Give it a spin above.

You can pre-order the “Ed Rec 100” compilation here.

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Busy P: “Genie” (feat. Mayer Hawthorne)

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Session Victim: “Bring It Back”

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April 11th, 2017
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German duo Session Victim, the sample wizards Hauke Freer and Matthias Reiling, return to Jimpster’s Delusions Of Grandeur imprint with their third album “Listen To Your Heart” of deep house, organic, sample-heavy cuts. The new, 13-track record is the result of a year of cross-continental scripting, started in their Hamburg studio and wrapped up stateside in San Francisco’s Room G Studios where the duo had worked on their 2014 second LP “See You When You Get There”. In true Session Victim fashion, the album’s lead single “Bring It Back” is a sublime slice of soul-infused house. Blast it above.

Session Victim’s album “Listen To Your Heart” arrives on June 2nd. Pre-order it here.

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Session Victim: “Matching Half”

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Peaking Lights: “Everytime I See The Light”

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April 11th, 2017
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It’s been a long time coming, but Peaking Lights, the Los Angeles-based psychedelic synth-pop duo of Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis, will finally drop their fifth studio album “The Fifth State Of Consciousness” in June. Produced in the band’s Dreamfuzz studio over the course of the last two years, the 12-track, double LP follows 2014’s “Cosmic Logic” on Weird World and it marks both a departure from the new and a return to the old, with a whole new twist on the psychedelic dub-pop they’ve become revered for. Take a ride with the album’s first single “Everytime I See The Light”. It’s such a jam!

The album “The Fifth State Of Consciousness” arrives on June 16 via Two Flower Records.
Pre-order it here.

Gasback:
Peaking Lights: “Conga Blue”

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