Wunder Wunder: “Wonderful Way” Video

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April 17th, 2015
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Los Angeles-via-Melbourne psych-pop duo Wunder Wunder, aka Miami Horror’s Aaron Shanahan and Benjamin Plant, has shared a video for their fantastic new single “Wonderful Way”, one of the standout cuts from their debut album “Everything Infinite”, a fine collection of breezy, sun-soaked tunes, released last summer via Dovecote Records. Watch the video of “Wonderful Way” above, and grab a free download of the track below. You can buy the album here.

Directed by Yoshi Sokeoda.

Download here

Gasback:
Wunder Wunder: “Coastline”

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Chet Faker: “1998 (András Morning Mix)”

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April 17th, 2015
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Melbourne-based producer Andras Fox, who is now simply called András, has returned with a smooth remix of fellow Aussie electro-soul crooner Chet Faker’s track “1998”. On his dubbed-out Balearic interpretation of “1998”, András takes Chet Faker’s much played tune back to 1988, delivering something special. Just perfect for early morning summer rides.

The remix is taken from Chet Faker’s “1998 Melbourne Edition”, which will be available as a limited edition 12″ at Alley Tunes Records in Melbourne as part of tomorrow’s Record Store Day. The release also features new remixes by Melbourne producers Roland Tings, Otologic, Nick Murphy.

Gasback:
Andras Fox: “Pontoon”
Andras & Oscar: “Looking Back”

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Homework: “Back To The Masses (Homeboy Dub)”

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April 17th, 2015
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Zagreb-based producer/DJ Marko Pelaic, aka Homeboy, who is also the co-founder of the House is OK imprint, brings some serious heat with his ace dub version of Amsterdam’s duo Homework “Back To The Masses”, a track taken from their cracking debut EP “Conquered Enemies” for Wolf Music. The dub version can be found on Wolf Music’s fifth installment of its vinyl-only “Wolf White” series, which comes out on April 27th. It also features new tracks by the likes of Ishmael, Black Fan, and Muzikschaft.

Pre-order your 12” here

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Oscar Key Sung: “Skip” Video

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April 16th, 2015
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Melbourne-based R&B auteur Oscar Key Sung, also known as one half of house duo Andras & Oscar, has shared this black-and-white video for his new single “Skip”, a silky smooth tune taken from his upcoming second EP, entitled “Altruism”. Filmed in Collingwood last month, the video is the second collaboration between Oscar and cinematographer Ryan Alexander Lloyd.

The six-track “Altruism” EP will arrive on May 1 via Warner. Pre-order it here.

Gasback:
Andras & Oscar: “Everytime I Go”

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Falqo: “Sleepy Crusader”

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April 16th, 2015
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Having impressed with last year’s debut single “Feel Your Love”, Australian producer Falqo (real name Alexander White), a long-time friend and studio mate of Flight Facilities, is back with his superb new single “Sleepy Crusader”. Featuring vocals from Kamaliza Salamba of Sydney duo Olympic Ayres, this incredibly catchy and funky tune is a summer hit in waiting worthy of repeated listens. You may already be familiar with “Sleepy Crusader” if you heard Flight Facilities’ amazing set in Mixmag’s Lab back in October. The track will be available as a free download on April 23.

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Caribou: “Can’t Do Without You” Video

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April 15th, 2015
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Better late than never! Finally, Canadian producer Dan Snaith, aka Caribou, has dropped a new video for “Can’t Do Without You”, one of the biggest tunes of last year’s summer, taken from his much-loved album “Our Love”. The video features a “12 feet long, 5 feet tall, 4 feet wide, 50 lbs” fish. If you fancy winning that giant fish, head here.

Directed by Lorenzo Fonda.

Gasback:
Caribou: “Can’t Do Without You” [Tale Of Us & Mano Le Tough Remix]

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Aeroplane: “Let’s Get Slow” (feat. Benjamin Diamond)

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April 15th, 2015
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He’s back! Aeroplane’s Vito De Luca makes a welcome return with his delicious new single “Let’s Get Slow”. Featuring vocalist Benjamin Diamond, who you may remember from Stardust’s 1988 massive hit “Music Sounds Better With You”, this well-crafted disco-pop tune will get some serious spin on our car stereo this spring. Hopefully there’s more new tracks from Aeroplane on the way. Colour us excited.

The “Let’s Get Slow” EP, which comes complete with an instrumental version, an alternative mix and a remix from Parisian producer Jean Tonique, will drop on April 20th via Eskimo Recordings. Pre-order it here.

Gasback:
Mystery Skulls: “Paralyzed” [Aeroplane Remix]

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George FitzGerald: “Crystallise” (feat. Lawrence Hart) Video

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April 15th, 2015
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After dropping his sublime single “Full Circle”, one of the best tunes of the year so far, back in February, Berlin-based UK producer and ManMakeMusic label boss George FitzGerald has unveiled this cool animated video for “Crystallise”, which was designed and directed by Joe Mortimer. “Crystallise”, featuring vocals from Lawrence Hart, is the second single from his forthcoming debut album “Fading Love”, set to drop on April 27th through Domino Records’ sublabel Double Six.

You can pre-order the album here.

Gasback:
George FitzGerald: “Full Circle” (feat. Boxed In)

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Arches: “New Love” (feat. Karen Harding)

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April 15th, 2015
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Belgian dance duo Arches, consisting of Seba Vandevoorde, aka Moonlight Matters, and Jochen Sablon (of Sound Of Stereo), land on The Magician’s new label Potion with their first release of the year, a club-ready track called “New Love”, featuring seductive vocals from British singer/songwriter Karen Harding. This infectious house tune is just perfect for summer’s sweaty nights. Play it loud. As a bonus, you can grab a free download of Arches’ recent rework of George Maples’ hit single “Talk Talk” here.

Gasback:
Arches: “There’s A Place”

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Howling: “Stole The Night (Âme Remix)”

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April 15th, 2015
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We’ve previously heard “Stole The Night”, the hauntingly beautiful new single from Australian folk singer Ry X and Berlin producer and Innervisions co-founder Frank Wiedemann’s new project, Howling. And now we’ve got our hands on a superb remix of the song by Frank Wiedemann and Kristian Beyer’s mighty duo of Âme. In their hands, the original track is transformed into a seductive seven-plus-minute affair that will carry you away into deep house heaven. Give it a spin or two above.

The “Stole The Night” Remixes, which also features a fine rework from London-based DJ/producer Midland, will drop April 24th. The original track is taken from Howling’s upcoming album “Sacred Ground” LP, set to arrive on May 4th via Modeselektor’s Monkeytown and Ninja Tune’s sub-label Counter Records. Pre-order it here.

Gasback:
Howling: “Signs”
Ry & Frank Wiedemann: “Howling” [Âme Remix]

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