Sunday #226

DATE:
May 3rd, 2015
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A track for Sunday: Take a sunset ride with this sublime rework of Ishinohana’s “Lucia” by none other than Spanish maestro John Talabot. This is a truly piece of Balearic beauty.

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

Disclosure: “Bang That”

DATE:
May 1st, 2015
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While currently at work on the follow-up to their 2013 debut album “Settle”, British brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence, aka Disclosure, have something special for you, a new tune called “Bang That” just in time for the summer. Built around a sample of 313 Bass Mechanic’s “Pass Out”, the track marks the pair’s first material since last year’s “The Mechanism”, a collaborative tune with fellow Brit producer Friend Within. “As work speedily progresses on our next record, we wanted to give you guys something for the summer. Been playing this one in our DJ sets for a while now and couldn’t resist putting it up.”

Buy it here.

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Disclosure: “You & Me” [Flume Remix]

José González: “Let It Carry You (Holy Ghost! Remix)”

DATE:
May 1st, 2015
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Here we go! Holy Ghost!, the Brooklyn-based dance duo of Alex Frankel and Nick Millhiser, have dropped another new rework from their upcoming remix album “Work For Hire”, a compilation of the pair’s favorite remixes over the course of the last eight years. And it’s a great one. Take a groovy ride with their remix of Swedish folk troubadour José González’s “Let It Carry You”, taken from his recent album “Vestiges & Claws”.

The “Work For Hire” compilation also features standout Holy Ghost! remixes for MGMT, Cut Copy, Moby, Phoenix, LCD Soundsystem, Midnight Magic, RAC and many more. It also includes an unreleased Balearic dub remix of Katy Perry’s “Unconditionally”. You can steam the remix album here.

Holy Ghost! will self-release the remix album “Work For Hire” on May 5th.

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Hanni El Khatib: “Two Brothers” [Holy Ghost! Remix]

Toro Y Moi: “Lilly” Video

DATE:
May 1st, 2015
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Toro Y Moi’s Chaz Bundick takes a trip to the suburbs and grocery store in the new video for “Lilly”, a track taken from his recently released rock-influenced album “What For?” on Carpark Records. Get it here.

Directed by HARRYS.

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Toro Y Moi: “Buffalo”

LA PRIEST: “Party Zute / Learning To Love”

DATE:
April 30th, 2015
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LA PRIEST, aka Sam Dust, formerly of Late Of The Pier, will drop his debut solo album called “Inji” on June 29th via Domino. Recorded over a reclusive period spanning five years following the disbandment of Late Of The Pier, the 10-track record is the result of Dust’s many travels around the world. Today, Sam Dust, who has previously used the LA PRIEST moniker to drop a 12″ release on Erol Alkan’s Phantasy label in 2007, has shared a full stream of a new single called “Party Zute / Learning To Love”, the record’s gargantuan, eight-plus-minute prog-house epic that’s definitely worth checking out. Give it a spin above, and revisit LA PRIEST’s previous single, “Oino”, below. It’s such a great tune!

You can pre-order the album here.

Roosevelt: “Night Moves” Video

DATE:
April 29th, 2015
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It’s been a long time coming, but Cologne-based singer/producer Marius Lauber, aka Roosevelt, is finally back with his stellar new single “Night Moves”, which he describes as an “ode to the night.” Taken from his new double A-side single on Greco-Roman, the dancefloor-friendly groover marks his first piece of original material since the release of his superb debut EP “Elliot” in 2013. Watch the cool video for “Night Moves”, featuring an unhappy “human-disco-ball” character, and keep your eyes peeled for Roosevelt’s forthcoming debut album, set to arrive later this year.

Directed by Sophia Ray.

The single “Night Moves” drops in June via Greco-Roman.

Gasback:
Glass Animals: “Pools” [Roosevelt Remix]

Jaakko Eino Kalevi: “Deeper Shadows” Video

DATE:
April 29th, 2015
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We’ve previously heard “Double Talk”, the lead single from Jaakko Eino Kalevi’s forthcoming self-titled debut album, and now Helsinki-born, Berlin-based psych dreamer has shared this mesmerising video for his new single “Deeper Shadows”, a deliciously crafted pop gem. The clip also features vocalist and album collaborator Suad Khalifa. The album will arrive on June 15th on Domino’s sub-label Weird World. Pre-order it here.

Directed by Charlotte Rutherford.

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Jaakko Eino Kalevi: “Speak Out”

Maribou State: “The Clown” (feat. Pedestrian)

DATE:
April 29th, 2015
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With the release of their debut album “Portraits” just over a month away, Maribou State, the London duo of Chris Davids and Liam Ivory, have shared another new track from that forthcoming record, the beautiful and emotive “The Clown”. The track finds the pair teaming up once again with fellow UK producer and longtime collaborator Jack Sibley, aka Pedestrian. With its gentle piano chords and soulful vocals, “The Clown” is our favorite track from the album so far. Give it a spin above.

The album “Portraits” will drop on Just 1st via Ninja Tune’s sub-label Counter Records. You can pre-order your copy here.

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Maribou State & Pedestrian: “Mask”

Julio Bashmore: “Holding On” (feat. Sam Dew)

DATE:
April 29th, 2015
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Bristol house maestro Julio Bashmore will finally drop his long-awaited debut album “Knockin’ Boots” on July 10th via his own label Broadwalk Records. The 12-track record features guest appearances from Bixby, Sam Dew, Julie Mendoza, J’Danna, Seven Davis Jr and Okmalumkooljat. In the meantime, we’re treated to a stream of the album’s new single, the Sam Dew-featuring “Holding On”, another slice of quality disco-infused house.

You can pre-order the album here.

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Julio Bashmore: “Kong” (feat. Bixby)

Shit Robot: “Where It’s At” (feat. Reggie Watts) Video

DATE:
April 29th, 2015
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DFA stalwart Shit Robot, aka Dubliner Marcus Lambkin, has returned with a banger of a tune in the form of “Where It’s At” that has a serious Chicago vibe to it. Mixed by none other than former LCD Soundsystem mastermind James Murphy, “Where It’s At” finds Shit Robot teaming up once again with New York’s comedian/musician Reggie Watts. You can now watch the video for the track, directed by Jeff Conway.

The single “Where It’s At”, which comes backed with a remix by London producer Johnny Aux, is out now via DFA Records. A limited 100-press white-label vinyl is available for purchase here.

Gasback:
Shit Robot: “We Got A Love” (feat. Reggie Watts)