DATE: August 29th, 2013
Fresh off the release of his superb debut EP “Elliot” for Greco-Roman, Cologne-based singer/producer Marius Lauberm, aka Roosevelt , has turned up again with a great remix, this time adding his touch to Perth’s Scenic sun-kissed track “Shockwaves” (watch the ’80s-inspired video here). Once again Roosevelt delivers a heavenly, disco-flavored dance tune. Ride and enjoy!
The original track will appear on Scenic’s upcoming new EP of the same title, which drops on September 13 via Future Classic.
DATE: July 16th, 2013
Explosions, beach girls and roller coaster lovers. Check out the ’80s-inspired video for Perth’s Scenic sun-kissed summery tune “Shockwaves”, edited by VHS-expert David Dean Burkhart. It fits the track perfectly. Peep the video above in all of its VHS-ripped glory.
“Shockwaves” is taken from Scenic’s upcoming new EP of the same title, which drops in August via Future Classic.
DATE: July 1st, 2013
It’s that time again. Here’s our latest episode of our weekly live radio show “OFF The Road #60″ for your ears delight. It features some of our favorite current tracks from Tiger & Woods, Joe Goddard, Moullinex, Paradis, NSFW, Chateau Flight, Kiwi and more. We’ll be back for more rides next Saturday on Off Radio, from 22:00 to 23:00 EET.
Make sure to check out our previous radio shows on Mixcloud. Stay gas!
01. Kiwi – Mayfly (feat. Amy Skippings)
02. Egyptian Nipples – Back But Half
03. Escort – Barbarians (Tiger & Woods Remix)
04. Joe Goddard & Boris Dlugosch – Step Together
05. Just Kiddin – Ocean Motion
06. Munk – Munkysound (Moullinex Remix)
07. Curses – So Good
08. Chateau Flight – La Pregunta
09. NSFW – Jaywalker
10. Agoria feat. Scalde – For One Hour (Paradis Remix)
11. James Curd & Morgan Phalen – So Bad (Larse Remix)
12. Scenic – Shockwaves
DATE: June 27th, 2013
Remember Scenic? Roughly two years after the release of their fantastic debut EP “Another Sky” with two blissed-out tracks and a club-ready remix from The Magician, Perth-based four-piece Scenic return to Future Classic with their sophomore EP titled “Shockwaves” next month.
To whet your appetite, here’s the EPs title track for your listening pleasure. A bright and breezy track that is perfect for summer days. “Shockwaves” is an example of the quartet’s dream pop at its finest. Needless to say, we’re pretty excited.
Scenic’s four-track EP “Shockwaves” will drop in August via Future Classic.
It all started with the brilliant track “This Can’t Be”, which was released through Joakim’s Tigersushi label back in December. If we had been living in Australia this song would have been our soundtrack for the summer. That’s how we met Scenic, a new four-piece band from Perth, Australia, who recently signed to Future Classic. Their first EP “Another Sky”, which features two blissed out songs “Another Sky” and “Endless Days” and a floor-friendly remix by The Magician, is out now and sounds no less than “an abstract journey of drifting, floating, dreaming and falling in love”. Scenic (Adam Tucker, Eric Harrison, Doug Armstrong, and Nicholas Harrison) pulled over at La.Ga.Sta. for a little chat about how they found their way to…another sky. We love these guys.
La.Ga.Sta.: How did you guys meet and end up making music together?
Scenic: The typical story, Eric, Doug and I (Adam) met battling through afternoons in our school concert band. We originally shared and swapped records with each other, which developed into making music together. Then last year we unearthed the drumming talent of Eric’s brother Nick.
What’s the story behind your name?
Living in Western Australia we are greatly inspired by the scenery so we naturally try to create soundtracks to the views around us. Also we used to be called something extremely long winded and confusing so Scenic suited us well.
Tell us something about your new EP “Another Sky”…
There are two originals “Another Sky” and “Endless Days”. Both of which were recorded in a studio we set up in a beach house in a small community south of Perth. They’re both written about places we’ve been and people we’ve met. The two originals are also accompanied by a stellar remix by The Magician, who is one of our favorite artists right now.
How did you come into working with Future Classic?
Future Classic have been making waves in Australia and internationally. They’re an exciting label and are not afraid to push the boundaries, which suits us as a band perfectly. Also they are super nice guys and when we heard they liked “Another Sky” it was the obvious choice to team up with them.
What has influenced you the most?
Southern bound road trips with good company and good music. Rolling Hills, desert oceans and colourful skies.
Five words to describe Scenic?
What excites you in today’s Australian music scene?
The Australian music scene is as vibrant as ever with great independent labels like Future Classic, Cutters and Spinning Top leading the charge. These independent labels are giving exciting new projects voice and a platform. And then of course bands like Tame Impala, Cut Copy and Midnight Juggernauts continue to push global boundaries.
Which is your favourite destination?
We recently travelled through parts of Europe and really enjoyed Paris, for the people and parties, and Croatia for its beauty.
What’s your plans for 2011? Should we expect a debut album soon?
Looking forward to playing plenty of summer gigs. We have a collaboration coming up with Le Coq Sportif involving a 7inch release. An album is definitely the next direction we’ll just have to wait and see.
Scenic’s “Another Sky” EP is out now on Future Classic. Buy your copy here. Stream the full release and download the track “Another Sky” for free below:
DATE: July 18th, 2011
CATEGORIES: mpFree, News
After the release of the brilliant track “This Can’t Be” on Joakim’s label Tigersushi, the four piece Scenic from Perth, Australia returns with their first EP for Future Classic. The release features two blissed out songs “Another Sky” and “Endless Days” and a floor-friendly remix by The Magician. Pre-order here and grab the dreamy track “Another Sky” for free below.
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