TB: “City Girl”

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March 27th, 2015
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Having already impressed with his much played tune “Invitation To Love”, released back in 2012 on John Talabot’s label Hivern Discs 10″ edit series “HivernEd”, TB, aka Permanent Vacation co-founder Tom Bioly, strikes gold with his very first EP. Entitled “City Girl”, the effort features four well-crafted house tunes for the late nights, early mornings and everything in between. Here, we have the EPs title track for your listening pleasure. Seriously so good. Give “City Girl” a spin above, and revisit “Invitation To Love”, which samples Angelo Badalamenti’s classic “Laura Palmer’s Theme”, below. Fill it up!

The “City Girl” EP is out now on vinyl via Permanent Vacation. Pick up your 12” here.

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TB: “Invitation To Love”

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Club cheval: “From The Basement To The Roof”

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March 27th, 2015
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Club cheval, the Paris-based collective of French producers Sam Tiba, Myd, Canblaster, and Panteros666, bring some serious heat with “From The Basement To The Roof”, the first single from their forthcoming debut album, set to arrive later this year. Featuring Los Angeles-based vocalist Phlo Finster, “From The Basement To The Roof” is a perfectly crafted tune full of mellow house grooves that will leave you craving for more. Blast it above.

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Seekae: “The Worry (Henrik Schwarz Remix)”

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March 27th, 2015
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Berlin-based deep house veteran Henrik Schwarz has nailed it once again with this splendid extended rework of “The Worry”, the latest single from Sydney-via-London electronic trio Seekae. The original track is lifted from the band’s third album of the same name, out now via Future Classic. Give this nearly seven-minute remix a spin above and enjoy the ride.

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Seekae: “Test & Recognise” [Flume Re-work]

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Jamie xx: “Loud Places” (feat. Romy) Video

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March 27th, 2015
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Great news! London producer Jamie xx has shared the video for his brilliant new single “Loud Places”, featuring his fellow The xx bandmate Romy Madley Croft, and we’re so excited. The track, which uses a sample of Idris Muhammad’s 1977 disco classic “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This”, is taken from his upcoming debut solo album, called “In Colour”, set to drop on June 1 via Young Turks. The 11-track record also features collaborations with the xx’s Oliver Sim, Four Tet, Young Thug, and Popcaan.

“‘In Colour’ doesn’t feel like my first album because it’s the end of six years’ work. It’s about all of the music I’ve been inspired by in that time; the people I’ve met, the places I’ve been. I’ve gone from being a fan of electronic music, admiring great artists and producers, to feeling like I’m a part of their world. In Colour is about transition and transformation- going away, coming home, going away again, coming home again- and how that journey changes me every time,” says Jamie xx.

You can pre-order the album here.

Directed by Simon Halsall & JB Babenhausen.

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Jamie xx: “Girl”
Jamie xx: “Sleep Sound”

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Tourist: “Holding On” (feat. Josef Salvat & Niia)

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March 27th, 2015
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Following the release of “Illuminate”, featuring vocals from Olly Alexander of Years & Years, London producer William Phillips, aka Tourist, delivers a beauty of a tune in the form of “Holding On”, a vocal duet from Sydney-born, London-based singer-songwriter Josef Salvat and New York singer and pianist Niia. “Holding On” gives us another fine taste of what to expect from Tourist’s forthcoming debut album, set to drop later this year.

“’Holding On’” is the record that defines the tone of the album, both sonically and conceptually. I hadn’t heard many duets for a while and I thought it would be an interesting way to convey something that might have been slightly one-dimensional had it only been through one persons perspective,” says Tourist.

The single “Holding On” will arrive on May 24th on Polydor. Pre-order it here.

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Tourist: “Wait”

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Sinkane: “Young Trouble” Video

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March 27th, 2015
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Check out the new video for Sinkane’s latest single “Young Trouble”, one of the standout tracks from his much-loved soulful, groovy second album “Mean Love”, which was released last year via City Slang/DFA. Get it here.

Directed by Philip Di Fiore.

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Sinkane: “New Name” [Busy P Remix]

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WhoMadeWho: “Ember”

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March 26th, 2015
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Danish trio WhoMadeWho, comprised of Tomas Høffding, Jeppe Kjellberg, and Tomas Barfod, are taking a trip right back to their roots with the release of a new EP called “Ember”, set to drop on May 18th via Get Physical. This six-track, mostly instrumental effort of dreamy soundscapes marks the band’s first original material since last year’s album “Dreams”, released via their own imprint Darup Associate. In the meantime, here’s the radio edit of the EPs title track for your listening pleasure. Just perfect!

“After many years of emphasizing ‘the song’ more and more, we felt like just playing around with our instruments, like when we recorded our first album (…) it was like renewing our band-wedding vows; we found our way back to our fun and free approach of making music together,” says Tomas Barfod.

The single “Ember” drops on March 27th. Get it here.

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WhoMadeWho: “Dreams”

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Röyksopp: “I Had This Thing (Andre Bratten Remix)”

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March 26th, 2015
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Oslo-based producer Andre Bratten, who first wowed us with his excellent debut album “Be A Man You Ant”, released back in 2013 on Prins Thomas’ Full Pupp label, returns to the remixing game, delivering a superb remix of fellow Norwegian duo Röyksopp’s latest single “I Had This Thing”, featuring Jamie Irrepressible on vocals. The original track is lifted from the pair’s fifth and final traditional album “The Inevitable End”.

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Holy Ghost!: “Changing Of The Guard” [Andre Bratten Remix]

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Elizabeth Rose: “Another Earth”

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March 26th, 2015
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Sydney-based electronic-pop songstress and producer Elizabeth Rose, perhaps best known for her collaboration with fellow Australian disco duo Flight Facilities on “I Didn’t Believe”, makes a welcome return with her beautiful new single “Another Earth”, which was co-produced with Brooklyn’s Chrome Sparks. “Another Earth” is the first single from her forthcoming debut album of the same name, set to arrive later this year.

The single “Another Earth” drops on March 27th through Inertia.

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Elizabeth Rose: “The Good Life” [Charles Murdoch Remix]

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Tei Shi: “Go Slow”

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March 26th, 2015
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Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Valerie Teicher, aka Tei Shi, takes us for a slow ride with her new single “Go Slow”, a breezy cut from her upcoming second five-song EP, entitled “Verde”. The follow-up to her super debut “Saudade” EP will drop on April 14th via Mermaid Avenue. You can pre-order your copy here.

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Tei Shi: “Bassically”

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