Yesterday, Felix Cartal released the biggest tease we’ve probably all encountered in awhile with his latest single, No Sleep. The single set to release December 4, features vocals from Los Angeles based singer, Natalie Angiuli and will be the first new release from Felix since his album, Different Faces. Until December, Felix has left us all on the edge of our seats with this twenty second teaser asking ourselves a million questions- check out the video for yourself if you don’t believe me.
Today, Toronto electronic group AZARI & III unleash the North American release of their self-titled debut album on Dim Mak Records featuring all the original tracks: the velvety refrains of “Reckless (With Your Love),” the creeping melancholy of “Manhooker” and the unhinged technopera of “Undecided,” along with previous hit releases “Hungry for the Power” and “Manic.”
To celebrate the release of the album and the launch of the tour, AZARI & III have unleashed an exclusive mix for tastemaker outlet XLR8R as part of their celebrated podcast series.
Stream and download the AZARI & III XLR8R episode here: http://www.xlr8r.com/podcast/2012/10/azari-iii.
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TAI’S new remix of Wiley, “Can You Hear Me” feat. Skepta, JME & Ms. D is featured on the singles official remix EP, which currently secures the number 3 spot on the UK song charts this week. The package is also available for purchase on iTunes, along with a free download of TAI’s instrumental remix on One More Tune Records SoundCloud.
Buy the original version of Wileys single ‘Can You Hear Me (Ayayaya) Feat Skepta, JME and Ms D from iTunes now – http://bit.ly/Q1SjHB
Congratulations to Haezer for securing the number 8 position with his latest single, Troublemaker, in this weeks Power of 5FM’s Top 40 chart. Not only is Haezer the only South African artist in the top 10, his number 8 spot beats out other popular singles including Ellie Goulding’s, ‘Anything Could Happen’ and Psy’s ‘Gangnam Style’.
In other news regarding Haezer, the second installment of his Tour Diary is now available for viewing. The video diary filmed by Adiaan Louw continues with behind the scenes footage from Haezer’s The Wrong Kid Died European Tour.
Where’s the Hot Sauce?!
New York-born indy rapper/ Ford model Madison LST welcomes you to the good life for his latest visual “Give Me The World.” With models, dollars, bubbles and bottles, what more can you ask for? Directed by Magnus Jonsson and Martin Landgreve (Azealia Banks’ “Luxury”).
The new single from Proxy’s debut LP, MUSIC FROM THE EASTBLOCK JUNGLES PT. 1, “Junk” is a maelstrom of old-skool breaks and wailing synth-sirens, featuring a brilliant cut-up vocal sample commanding your synapses to give up and break down. This is the kind of atom-smashing cortex-ruiner that only Proxy can deliver, offering a taste of the years-in-the-making arms buildup contained on his album.
The lovely Annie Mac had taken hold of the upcoming single, and hosted an exclusive download of “Junk” on her “New Music Monday’s” channel, in conjunction with BBC Radio 1! Get the download while is lasts below:
With the release of Killbots’s latest EP, Sound Surgery, Beatport has released an official chart to tag along with it. The chart features tracks from Dirtyphonics, Schoolboy, Seven Lions, Steve Aoki, and more. The ten track charts has a great selection of new releases ranging from Drum & Bass, Electro House, and Dubstep genres.
1. Excision, Skism – SEXisM (Far Too Loud Remix)
2. Pegboard Nerds – Self Destruct
3. Killbot – Sound Surgery
4. Tiesto, Polina, Steve Aoki – Tornado (Kill The Noise Remix)
5. Prolix, MC Coppa – On Like That feat. MC Coppa
6. Seven Lions – Days to Come feat. Flora
7. Dirtyphonics – DIRTY
8. Schoolboy – Afterschock
9. State of Mind – Spastic Audio
10. Raw Theory – Meltdown
To all our avid Twitter followers, and frequents of the #FF shoutouts, we have adorned a whole new meaning towards this overused Friday chant-off… Presenting #FreeFriday.
Embracing the electro genre in every way, New York based EDM producer Carlos Melange’s delivers with this new remix of “No Way”! With the simplistic electro opening leading into the female vocals further enticing you to get pumped and building momentous anticipation. “No Way” epitomizes a sing-along that everyone will have stuck in their head soon enough…
If you’ve never heard of Corporate Slackrs before, you’re sure not to forget them once you hear what they’ve done with their Trap Remix of the Beetroots x Aoki hit track Warp 1.9. It proved to be a crowd favorite when the boss man himself, Steve Aoki, dropped it at Dim Mak Studios at Tuesday nights party. The crowd lost their shit, not ONLY because of the surprise set by Steve Aoki, but a Trap remix of Warp 1.9…WTF?
To help you get through the rest of the work week we’re bringing you an exclusive mixtape from Dirty Disco Youth. The hour long mix features hits from Florence & The Machine, Nicky Romero, Calvin Harris, Wolfgang Gartner, and others. This series is only available on our Soundcloud so stream it, download, share it, or do whatever your heart desires just make sure to check this mix out.
1. John Dahlback – Panic
2. Justin Prime – Revolt
3. Wolfgang Gartner – Love & War
4. Florence & The Machine – Spectrum (Calvin Harris Extended Remix)
5. Kaskade feat. Haley – Llove (Dada Life Remix)
6. DIRTY DISCO YOUTH – SINGAPORE
7. Nicky Romero & Calvin Harris – Iron (Dyro Remix)
8. Trampboat & Soulero – Killer
9. Moby – Extreme Ways (Moguai Remix)
10. DIRTY DISCO YOUTH – THREE OH THREE
11. Swedish House Mafia – Don’t You Worry Child (Dave Silcox Bootleg)
12. Cedric Gervais – Molly (Quintino Remix)
13. DIRTY DISCO YOUTH – HEY!
14. Big Chocolate – Blue Milk
Thanks to South Central for letting us use their new tune!
Teef runs wild and spazzes out in McDonalds when the Dub Step joint ‘Jaw Drop’ kicks in! Look out for the counter-grind, him slipping across the floor and landing arse-first on the ‘wet floor’ cone all before being chased out!
Jaw Drop is out November 13th as part of the Hollywood EP on Dim Mak Records, look out for that!
Internationally revered triple-threat director, singer, songwriter Yoann Lemoine, known by the alias Woodkid, makes his Los Angeles debut. Lemoine is one of today’s most sought after and respected visual artists; The Wall Street Journal has praised Woodkid’s live performances as “spine-tingling.” Based in Paris, Lemoine is widely recognized and celebrated for his music video collaborations with hit makers Katy Perry, Drake, Yelle, Lana Del Rey, and Moby. In addition to these impeccably produced and innovative videos, Lemoine directed his own video for the lead single “Iron,” starring British supermodel Agyness Deyn. The critically adored video has reached more than 16 million hits on YouTube and has garnered international praise with its melancholic, dark, and bombastic presence.
Saturday, November 3, 2012 at 8pm
Luckman Fine Arts Complex
5151 State University Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90032