George FitzGerald & Lil Silva: “Roll Back” Video

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January 26th, 2018
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British producer George FitzGerald is back with his second album, entitled “All That Must Be”, which follows 2015’s debut LP “Fading Love”. The 10-track record has its psychological roots in two cities – Berlin and London. It documents a period of time when FitzGerald’s decade-long stint in the German capital came to an abrupt end, seeing him back in his hometown of London and becoming a father for the first time. It was against this backdrop that All That Must Be started to form and the result is a record that deals with the processes of upheaval, change, acceptance and renewal that affect us all.

The album includes last year’s single “Burns” and it features collaborators with Tracey Thorn, Bonobo, Lil Silva, and Hudson Scott. You can watch the video for the album’s new single “Roll Back”, a collaboration with Lil Silva, which was directed by Hugo Jenkins. The album “All That Must Be” will drop on March 9th on Double Six/Domino. Pre-order it here.

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George FitzGerald: “Burns”

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[Premiere] NTEIBINT: “I Do”

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January 25th, 2018
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Over the past few years Greek producer and DJ NTEIBINT has become one of Eskimo Recording’s go-to artists producing the kind of emotional disco that is guaranteed to move body, heart and soul. Kicking off 2018 he’s again teamed up with his frequent song-writing partner, Greek indie/pop artist Σtella, for a superb new single called “A State Nearby”, which they describe as “a sci-fi disco ballad, full of heartbreaks and mellow synth lines. Between states, where we meet and where we part.”

To accompany “A State Nearby”, NTEIBINT has also produced the new track “I Do”, a club ready tune that’s perfect for your late-night rides. This one will get some serious rotations on our car stereo this winter. In his own words a “futuristic disco dub for dance-floors and heartaches” where intensely funky guitar riffs and a hypnotic synth arpeggio trade space with vocals snippets that echo off into the cosmos. Blast it above, exclusively on La.Ga.Sta.

The “A State Nearby” EP drops on January 26th via Eskimo Recordings. Pre-order it here.

Photo credit: Isidora Charbila

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Favored Nations: “I Can See You [NTEIBINT Remix]

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DJ Koze: “Seeing Aliens”

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January 25th, 2018
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German maestro and Pampa label boss DJ Koze retuns with his new album “Knock Knock”, his first record in five years since 2013’s excellent LP “Amygdala”. Set to drop on May 4th via his label Pampa, the 16-track record will feature vocals from Bon Iver, Róisín Murphy, Mano Le Tough, José González, Lambchop’s Kurt Wagner, Arrested Development’s Speech, and Sophia Kennedy. Our first taste from the forthcoming record comes in the form of “Seeing Aliens”. Give it a spin above, along with its B-side, “Nein König Nein.”

Pre-order the “Knock Knock” album here.

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2Raumwohnung: “Somebody Lonely And Me” [DJ Koze Remix]
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Güero: “Night Cruising”

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January 22nd, 2018
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The first full-length release on Hippie Dance sister label You And Your Hippie Friends, curated by Rebolledo, comes from Güero. Entitled “My Way My Rules”, the nine-track debut album of chunky psychedelic house and synth-laden desert funk will drop on February 23. Our first taste from the forthcoming record comes in the form of the seven-minute neon-lit “Night Cruising”, and it’s a great one. Give it a spin above, and enjoy the ride.

You can pre-order the “My Way My Rules” album here.

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Sunday #294

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January 21st, 2018
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A track for Sunday: Take a ride with Hobie’s “Luck Both Ways, Dunham Place”, a superb tune of jazzy piano chords and smooth grooves. Taken from his debut four-track “Espresso Depresso” EP, out now on Seb Wildblood’s All My Thoughts. Buy it here.

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“20 Tracks For 200 Sundays” | A Mixtape by La.Ga.Sta.

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30 for 2017 | A Mixtape by La.Ga.Sta.

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January 19th, 2018
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Let’s take a long ride with La.Ga.Sta.’s new mixtape full of great tunes. This nearly three hours mix features some of our favorite tracks, remixes and re-issues of 2017. The “30 for 2017” mixtape is equally suited for the home stereo as well as the dancefloor. Check out the tracklist below, and ride with us!

Tracklist:
01. Tunnelvisions – Guava
02. Uabos – Karmic Souls
03. Talaboman – Loser’s Hymn
04. Solitary Dancer – Emails 2 Myself (Feat. Marie Davidson)
05. Marvin & Guy – Superior Conjunction
06. Night Moves – Transdance (UK Disco Mix)
07. Looky Looky – Nurse Coven Rides Again
08. Massimiliano Pagliara – Time And Again
09. Perel – Die Dimension (Dub Version)
10. TB – Glitter
11. Octo Octa – Adrift
12. Zombies In Miami – Take Control (Simple Symmetry Remix)
13. Joakim – Samurai (Red Axes Remix)
14. Azura – Paraíso ’89
15. Talamanca System – Transatlantique
16. Massiande – Ode To A Tortured Soul
17. Omer – Bye
18. Gorongosa – Aaardvark
19. Gerd Janson & Shan – Surrender
20. Marquis Hawkes – The Basement Is Burning
21. The Juan Maclean – The Brighter The Light (DJ Tennis Remix)
22. Boris Dlugosch & Cassara – Traveller
23. Moscoman – Morning Depression Routine
24. Ara Koufax – Test Dream
25. Hammer – Canna
26. Bicep – Rain
27. Benjamin Fröhlich – Dream City
28. Chase_Smith – Sending You Some Lungs (Instrumental)
29. Daphni – Tin
30. Violet – Togetherness

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Solé Fixtape Vol. 55 | LA.GA.STA.

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Eric Copeland: “Mixer Shredder (LNS Remix)”

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January 19th, 2018
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Prolific electronic artist and Black Dice founding member Eric Copeland returns to DFA with a new remix EP, entitled “Mixbone”, set to drop on January 26th. On the EP, two tracks from Eric Copeland’s 2017 record “Goofballs” get reworked by five of leftfield electronic music’s heaviest hitters. The record includes remixes by the likes of New York techno powerhouse and Allergy Season boss Physical Therapy, who contributes two aptly named takes on “Mixer Shredder”, NHK yx Koyxen, Los Angeles-based producer Cooper Saver, and Machine Woman, who decided to remix both tracks. Here, we have for you the superb remix of “Mixer Shredder Vancouver’s LNS, who channels the melodic electro tones of classic Bleep-era Warp, like a lost track from LFO or Drexciya. After getting your fill of LNS’s remix of “Mixer Shredder”, watch the video for the track, directed by Gregory Gangemi, below.

The “Mixbone” EP will drop on January 26th via DFA Records.
Pre-order it here.

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Carl Gari: “Treasure Island Sunset”

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January 19th, 2018
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Munich-based trio Carl Gari, comprised of Jonas Yamer, Till Funke and Jonas Friedlich, are kicking things off this year with a superb six-track mini album, entitled “Shipster”, on Permanent Vacation. The new record follows their well received and idiosyncratic debut “Darraje” 12” on The Trilogy Tapes, for which they collaborated with Egyptian singer and spoken word artist Abdullah Miniawy.

For the new record “Shipster” they perfected their unique blend of psychedelic ingredients, dubbed out drums, drony sounds and a general hazyness. The mystic chants of Abdullah, who is also featured on two tracks, weave themselves into the band’s lively sound texture. Apart from that Carl Gari showcase the diversity of their analogue driven and melodic approach to electronic music through four beautifully detailed tracks. Here’s the record’s opening track “Treasure Island Sunset” for your listening pleasure. Enjoy the ride!

Carl Gari’s “Shipster” is out now on Permanent Vacation. Get it here.

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Daniel Avery: “Slow Fade”

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January 19th, 2018
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Five years after his critically acclaimed debut album “Drone Logic”, London-based producer Daniel Avery returns to Phantasy for a four-track limited edition 12” vinyl EP, “Slow Fade”, featuring the title track and first single from his much-anticipated second album “Song For Alpha”, set for release on April 6th. The 14-track “Song For Alpha” LP is Avery’s exploration of the space in which home listening and club music intersect, in no small part inspired by his transient life spent between nightclubs, flights, the passenger seats of cars and hotel rooms. He confirms, “Drone Logic’s spiritual home was the dancefloor. This record’s is definitely the road. Those late nights and hazy mornings, finding inspiration beyond the fog.”

Our first taste from the upcomomg record comes in the form of “Slow Fade”, a great track that captures the expanded foundations of Avery’s sonic palette. Arresting club moments linger under the surface, but the focus is on the smudged ambience that underpin Avery’s grasp on rave euphoria. Give it a spin above.

The “Slow Fade” EP is out today via Phantasy. Pick up your 12” here.

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Daniel Avery: “Space Echo”

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Palmbomen II: “Memories Of Cindy Pt. 3” Video

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January 18th, 2018
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Kai Hugo, the artist behind Palmbomen II, has shared the third video in the “Memories of Cindy” series on Beats In Space. Cindy is the eulogized muse behind Palmbomen II’s newest collection of limitless dance music. Released throughout 2017 as a four part 12” EP series, Cindy appeared on the Memories of Cindy Pt. 1 – 4 artwork, and anecdotally in a cable access talk show featuring Kai Hugo and his imagination on display via surreal visuals, late night infomercials, and a cerebral house music score.

Kai Hugo’s visual practice provides a separate view of the Palmbomen II venture: a surreal, neo-noir(ish) California dislocated by the no-frills aesthetic of its music, and the tragicomedy of its imagined characters. “I started making the Memories of Cindy video series as a research project on some of the places and characters from my previous videos. I wanted to figure out what the town called Carmel Vista looked like—where Cindy Savalas and the other characters live,” says Hugo.

Palmbomen II’s “Memories of Cindy” arrives on January 26 via Beats In Space.
Pre-order it here.

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