Thursday, 28 January 2010
Jumbling Towers' spazz pop ditty 'Kanetown City Rips', released on 7" vinyl by this very establishment, is now available to consume on the fine Rough Trade Counter Culture cd. Featuring all of the shops favourite songs of 2009, like Fever Ray, Mos Def, Broadcast, Glasser, the Very Best and what not.
"Jumbling Towers bring their uniquely eerie and lopsided rolling bumper to the party"
PRE-ORDER FROM ROUGH TRADE HERE
Tuesday, 26 January 2010
Last year everyone's favourite person (Dean Bein) released an EP by Glasser on his True Panther Sounds label. The beautiful 12" came with a handmade kaleidoscope on the front, all cut out by Dean. Dedication.
That EP ('Apply'), came with a remix by those fine tropical disco New Yorkers Tanlines (download below).
She'll also be releasing the Tremel EP on Young Turks in a couple of months, with an album in the works.
DOWNLOAD - GLASSER 'APPLY (TANLINES REMIX)' [SENDSPACE LINK}
Monday, 25 January 2010
SBTRKT, who has been knocking out great remixes for a few months now is due to release a new 12" on Young Turks in a couple of months. 'Soundboy Shift' backed by 'Rundown'.
In the meantime, here's a mix he did for Gilles Peterson's Radio 1 show (tracklist below):
SBTRKT 17.01.2010 by sbtrkt
Sinden & SBTRKT - Kind Of Familiar (Test)
Joy Orbison - The Shrew Would Have Cushioned The Blow (Aus)
2562 - Flashback (Tectonic)
MJ Cole - Volcano Riddim (Prolific)
These New Puritans - We Want War (SBTRKT Remix) (Angular)
A Made Up Sound - Closer (AMS)
Headhunter - Prototype (Modeselektor Remix) (Tempa)
EL-B - The Club (Tempa)
MJ Cole - Sanctuary (SBTRKT Remix) (Test)
Pangaea - Memories (Hessle)
Zomby - Digital Fauna (Brainmath)
Erykah Badu - Next Lifetime (Universal)
SBTRKT - Step In Shadows (Young Turks)
Portico Quartet - Lines (SBTRKT Remix) (Real World)
You can pre-order the 12" from Young Turks here
Wednesday, 20 January 2010
The wonderful and ever on it blog Rose Quartz have posted a couple of tracks and a short write up on Ancient Crux, click HERE to read it all and download two tracks ('Mutant Beach Theme' and 'Demand Respect'), taken from their split with Ouija.
"'Mutant Beach Theme' which makes me experience two different childhood memories, a) listening to Weezer and b) playing with Toxic Crusaders toys in my lounge which was "awesome""
The split 7" with Weed Diamond will be out in a short while, the artwork just came in and is looking very cool.