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Dec 23rd, 2014

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Korg RBMA lecture (Japan 2014)

Korg

Korg in my opinion have been winning the Japanese synth wars against their competition Roland who have reissued their popular TB/TR lines with a different re-branding under the Aira umbrella. However there was a caveat to their products…….they were all digital. That’s right despite the hungry fanboys of the TB/TR lines salivating at the fact that their beloved products were making a comeback, Roland has never changed its bottom line when it came to sticking with digital and thats been them since the Groovebox days!
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Dec 23rd, 2014

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RAC – Dreams (ft. Pink Feathers)

Pink Feathers

“Liz Anjos has a lovely sugar to her vocals that matches with the fine production courtesty of RAC. DOWNLOAD NOW!” -NERDY FRAMES

The past has seen  Andre Anjos of RAC collaborating with Pink Feathers (aka Liz Anjos) on a series of saccharine covers, including the 90s pop favorite “Lovefool” by The Cardigans. These covers have helped catapult Liz’s solo career as Pink Feathers as well as garner more attention for RAC’s music, and to bring things back full circle for the holidays, today Andre and Liz share a new cover.

RAC ft. Pink Feathers’ “Dreams” pays homage to The Cranberries’ iconic lovelorn single and it is arguably their best collaboration yet.

“Liz and I put together this Cranberries cover to celebrate hitting 4 million followers on SoundCloud! My brain can’t really process that number, but I just wanted to show some appreciation. THANK YOU!” 

 

Dec 23rd, 2014

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Rhayader streams new single ‘INNERVISION’ + remixes

Rhayader

Produced by imprint owner Douze, the track is a real journey through unconscious eighties pop signature sounds & modern indie dance production techniques. As though it was plucked right out of Human League’s “Dare” LP, this synth-pop fantasy is rich with Depeche Mode-esque influences, which is the core of Rhayader‘s song writing.
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Dec 23rd, 2014

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Chores & Gasp – Mind Your Head

Chores & Gasp

Chores are starting to gain pure momentum in house production/electronica here in New Zealand. In fact not only the lads are doing gigs around Auckland but they will be on the biggest stage gigging out the new year at Rhythm n Vines (http://www.rhythmandvines.co.nz/artist/)

So what a better way to send off 2014 than having this lovely freebie slice of deep house cake and rest assured we will keep tabs with our good mates and delivering some freshness!

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Dec 23rd, 2014

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Haze Lane (Formerly Ghost Town) Releases New EP On Raw Records

Haze Lane

Haze Lane (formerly Ghost Town) is a french producer whose eclectic style draws from the Beat Scene’s whole spectrum, ranging from Abstract Hip-Hop to more club-oriented Juke and Trap influences. His first EP (under the Ghost Town alias) came out last february on the american label DAMN SON.

April marked the release of the ”Aberdeen” EP, fruit of his collaboration with compatriot Mincha which also featured Plastician-favorite Howie Lee on remix duty, via RAW Records and the start of a great label/artist partnership leading to his upcoming ”Too High To Go Home” EP, his debut solo release as Haze Lane set to drop December 16th under that same imprint. Ever since, he’s regularly been providing the musical soundtrack for Bordeaux collective Abstract Crafts’ events, playing alongside Slugabed and Wantigga to name a few.

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Dec 23rd, 2014

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Adamski & Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry share new anti Catholic track

Adamski and Lee 'Scratch' Perry

Chart-topping electronic music Godfather Adamski is set to release a unique boxset featuring celebrated acts such as Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Congo Natty and David McAlmont. As a youngster, influenced by punk rock and John Peel, Adam Tinley, as he was then, formed his first band The Stupid Babies when he was 11 and living in New Forest in the south of England. Persuaded his 5yr old brother Dominic to sing while he strummed a small guitar, they sent a demo tape to Fast Product Records — a small indie label run by the Human League’s manager, Bob Last. “Everyone thought that was a really precocious and strange thing for an 11 year old to do, but I just thought that’s what everybody did,” Adamski recalls.
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Dec 23rd, 2014

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Monte – Bubblegum

Monte

Finally we have him back. We just caught Monte before entering his white Ferrari and escaping back to the future in 1985. His first release “True” on JEUDI Records became an instant hit in 2012 worldwide and since then he continued to cement his reputation as an absolute analog synth specialist and connaisseur of the 80s era soundscapes. Nevertheless Monte has had many musical influences. His upgrowing was also domintated by the sound of Kraftwerk, the 90s techno sound and his love for film soundtracks. With his first solo EP he is bringing it all together. An extravaganza and a deep journey into sound.
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Dec 23rd, 2014