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Music Video: Felix Cartal feat. Koko LaRoo “Young Love” (Official Video) on MuchMusic.com!

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Felix Cartal is experiencing a monumental year! With a slew of chart-topping releases, including his recent “Past, Present, Felix” EP, and a North American tour that kicked off with a bang,  Canada’s electro-house golden boy knows no limits!

Having just reached the #1 spot on Hype Machine popular charts, Felix’s summer single “Young Love (feat. KoKo LaRoo)” is making massive waves in the blogosphere. To add fuel to that fire, the official video for the track has just been featured as one of the “fresh videos” on Canada’s iconic pop-culture site www.muchmusic.com!

Felix will be participating in an in-studio interview with Much Music coming up soon! #staytuned

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Steve Aoki’s “Wonderland” Available To Stream On MuchMusic.com

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MuchMusic.com has launched a full-album stream of Steve Aoki’s “Wonderland” release on their website, featuring all 13 of the iTunes ‘top-charted’ tracks. If you have yet to purchase your copy, this is a perfect way to preview what’s in store on “Wonderland”.

Felix Cartal featured on Canada’s MuchMusic

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Canada’s celebrated music network, MuchMusic, has featured Felix Cartal’s latest single and video “Don’t Turn On The Lights”. Watch the premiere online by visiting MushMusic.com.

“Don’t Turn On The Lights” is now available for purchase on iTunes and Beatport. Get your copy of the single, including the official Laidback Luke remix today!

Felix Cartal – Don’t Turn On The Lights ft. Polina (Laidback Luke Remix)
– iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/dont-turn-on-the-lights-laidback/id484921847
– Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/release/dont-turn-on-the-lights/845039

Autoerotique Interview on Much Music for New Music Live!

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The Autoerotique duo visited Canada’s Much Music for New Music Live yesterday (June 1) for an exclusive interview. They discussed “cakesplosions,” the air cannons used in their viral hit video “Turn Up the Volume,” and how Toronto’s music scene has influenced their music.

The directors of the music video, who were in the crowd, were quoted by the host as saying “we wanted to represent the feeling you get listening to their music.” When asked to define their music, Keith, speaking on behalf of the group, stated, “There is no way to define us, I have no answer,” but when pressed for a one phrase definition, he replied, “sexual energy.” In response, the women in the crowd exploded much like the cake’s in their video.

Check out the interview below. (click screen shot to link to newmusiclive.ca)