Soulwax: “Missing Wires”

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March 9th, 2017
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Belgian electronic masters Soulwax have shared a brand-new track “Missing Wires”, taken from their forthcoming new album “FROM DEEWEE”, their first proper studio album in 12 years. After a period of extensive preparation and rehearsals, the album was recorded in its entirety at the Dewaele brother’s DEEWEE studio in Ghent, Belgium, in just one-take. The 12-track record, which follows the release of Stephen and David Dewaele’s soundtrack to Felix Van Groeningen’s film “Belgica”, will drop on March 24th through Play It Again Sam. In their own words: “Based on the ‘Transient Program For Drums and Machinery’ which began touring in the summer of 2016, we set out to record these songs live with the exact same setup, machines and musicians as we had on the road.”

Pre-order the album “FROM DEEWEE” here.

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Soulwax: “Transient Program For Drums And Machinery”

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Roosevelt: “Moving On” Video

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March 7th, 2017
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Cologne-based singer/producer Marius Lauber, aka Roosevelt, has shared a new video for his gorgeous track “Moving On”, our favorite cut off his self-titled debut album, released last year on Greco-Roman/City Slang. Directed by by Hector Prats, the beautifully shot video is a deceptive trip down memory lane. The single “Moving On” is out now. Get it here.

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Roosevelt: “Teardrops”

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After a long wait, The Juan MacLean return to DFA with a surprise new single “Can You Ever Really Know Somebody”, which marks their first release of original material since 2014’s excellent third album “In A Dream”. Bursting with deep house elastic bounce and electronic pop flourishes, “Can You Ever Really Know Somebody” is pure dancefloor fire! It’s brimming with the kind of disco-house goodness that we’ve come to expect from DFA mainstay John MacLean and Nancy Whang of LCD Soundsystem fame. This one will get some serious rotations this spring. Blast it above, exclusively on La.Ga.Sta.

The single “Can You Ever Really Know Somebody” comes backed with a great remix and a dub version from LA-4A, aka Ambivalent and legally known as American born producer Kevin McHugh. It’s a fitting companion to the original. The track is a taste of things to come, as The Juan Maclean prepares a new LP for DFA, which is expected to arrive in fall 2017.

“Can You Ever Really Know Somebody” is out now on digital streaming & limited 12” on DFA. Pick up your copy here.

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The Juan MacLean: “Here I Am” [Octo Octa Remix]

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Poolside: “Everything Goes”

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March 3rd, 2017
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After dropping their brilliant track “And The Sea” last summer, Los Angeles-based duo Poolside are finally back with a new single called “Everything Goes”. The cello-led track finds the duo of Filip Nikolic and Jeffrey Paradise delivering something special, a “daytime disco” beauty. In their own words: “If you’ve seen us DJ the last few years, you’ve heard “Everything Goes” – we’ve played it in every set! We worked with a cellist on the song and it was fun trying something different. You guys are awesome, thank you for all of the support over the years. More new music soon”.

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Delegation: “Oh Honey” [Poolside Edit]

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Thrupence: “Conversations” (feat. Edward Vanzet)

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March 3rd, 2017
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Melbourne-based producer Thrupence makes a welcome return with his new single “Conversations”, taken from his forthcoming debut album “Ideas of Aesthetics”. For this track, Thrupence has enlisted his brother Edward Vanzet on vocals to deliver one of his finest works to date. Speaking about the LP, Thrupence says: “‘Ideas of Aesthetics’ is a collection of songs made over the last 6 years – some songs date back to 2011, others were finished in the last six months. It has become a diary of places I’ve lived and people I’ve met over this time.”

The album “Ideas of Aesthetics” arrives on April 21 on Future Classic. Pre-order here.

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Thrupence: “New Light”

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Miami Horror: “Leila”

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March 3rd, 2017
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It’s been a while since we last heard from Melbourne electro-pop band Miami Horror, but now they’re back with a new EP, entitled “The Shapes”, a “conceptual project inspired by the early ’80s”. Set to drop on Match 17th, the five-track record combines upbeat percussive grooves, with experimental vocal styles that echo Talking Heads and other post-new wave groups of the ’80s. Our first taste from the forthcoming release comes in the form of “Leila”, a superb funky tune for your next car rides. Blast it above.

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Miami Horror: “Stranger” [Bufi Remix)]

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Borneland feat. Line Gøttsche: “Eyes (Turbotito Remix)”

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February 27th, 2017
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LA-based producer Filip Nikolic, one half of Poolside, returns to our station with another quality remix under his Turbotito moniker. This time round, he works his “daytime disco” magic on “Eyes”, the beautiful debut from Danish brothers Borneland, featuring fragile vocals from Line Gøttsche. The “Eyes” Remixes EP is out now on Music For Dreams.

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Giorgio Tuma with Laetitia Sadier: “Through Your Hands Love Can Shine” [Turbotito Remix]

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Juveniles: “Someone Better” Video

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February 27th, 2017
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With the release of their second album “Without Warning” less than a month away, France synth-pop duo Juveniles have shared a new video for their latest single “Someone Better”. The video was directed by frequent collaborator Rodrigue Huart. The band’s new album, a follow-up to 2013’s self-titled debut album, was produced by French maestro and Tigersushi head honcho Joakim. The “Without Warning” LP drops on March 24th via Paradis Records. Pre-order it here.

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Juveniles: “Can We Fix It”

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Seb Wildblood: “Plants” (feat. Paul Cut)

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February 26th, 2017
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It’s Sunday and what better way to spend this lazy afternoon than by listening to a jazzy new tune from London producer and Church label head Seb Wildblood. Taken from his forthcoming mini-LP on Omena Records, “Plants” finds Seb Wildblood teaming up with former classical and jazz musician Paul Cut to deliver a finely crafted track of laid-back soulful grooves, and just the right amount of percussive sounds. Before the record drops in April, you can now stream the track “Plants” above.

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Seb Wildblood: “Seal Of Approval”

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Los Amigos Invisibles: “Stay (Ray Mang’s Disco Instrumental)”

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February 26th, 2017
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Apersonal Music’s latest release comes in the form of a new 12” featiring two Latin-flavoured jams “Stay” and “Rio Porque No Fue Un Sueno” by Venezuelan six-piece combo Los Amigos Invisibles, bakeced with a pair of instrumental remixes of the original versions by UK disco don Ray Mang. Let’s take a sunny ride eith Ray Mang’s sublime disco version of “Stay” that sounds ideal as the days get longer and brighter. Enjoy the ride. The “Stay/Río Porque No Fue Un Sueño” 12” is out now on Apersonal Music.

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Classixx: “Just Let Go” (feat. How to Dress Well) [Ray Mang Remix]

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