Slow Songs Vol. 1 band name by ending in ing

Slow Songs Vol 1 is a really nice collection of downtempo tracks from London based "Ending In Ing". If your a fan of lush soulful downtempo electronica from the likes of Aim, Tycho etc. your more than likely going to find a lot to love here.

Download: Slow Songs Vol 1 from Ending In Ing

MySpace | Soundcloud


Bassnectar - Cozza Frenzy

Somehow I missed the email with a couple of free downloads from Bassnectar who's album Cozza Frenzy dropped recently. Anyway to use the old saying better late than never. If you don't have the album here's a couple of superb MP3's for you to download. The title track and a remix of Fever Ray's excellent  When I Grow Up.

Cozza Frenzy, an amalgamation of sound combining dubstep, electro, hip hop, and all styles of dirty digital bass-heavy music and smashing it all into a collision of wobbling, intense basslines and hypnotic hide-and-seek adventures. The album, 3 years in the making, is out now at music.bassnectar.net as well as all online retailers. The 15-track collection features collaborations with artists such as Fever Ray, Zumbi of Zion I, Mr. Projectile, and Capital J. Hard copy CDs hit store shelves on October 26th with remix and DJ Tool collection packs to follow.

Bassnectar - Cozza Frenzy

Download the MP3's  for free Cozza Frenzy | Fever Ray - When I Grow Up (Bassnectar Remix) and buy the album from amazon.com or your favourite store.

PS you can still grab Bassnectar - Land Of The Lupes (Free Download) as well.

Visit www.bassnectar.net and follow Bassnectar on twitter @bassnecta


a black stream of Carpenter cathedral synth epics and Hades hi-nrg ... (www.20jazzfunkgreats.co.uk)

Optimus Maximus is taken from the single of the same name by  Gatekeeper and the video is directed by Tommy Boy of arawa.fm


Seven is the 4th music video from Fever Ray's self title album. You can listen to the full album over at Fever Ray's Website (though really you should own it buy now).

www.feverray.com | www.myspace.com/feverray


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A remix of the song "The Forest" on the soundtrack of the feature film "INK". By Jamin Winans.

Ink - trailer


Bassnectar - Land Of Lupes

I took the beat of a long-overdue unreleased tune called “Stretch Reflex” and melted it together with the synths and melodies from another song that was supposed to be on Underground Communication, but ended up getting saved for later. It was written as a pensive homage to the dead, the original melodics sound like a black metal song but in this version they have kind of a nice 1990’s Orb or FSOL feel to them…that sound will never get old for me! Then i took some of the prettier melodies from that song and mixed them with a Lupe Fiasco acapella (i looooove his voice) and it became one of my favorite tunes to close a party with.

www.bassnectar.net follow Bassnectar on twitter @bassnectar

Listen to it below or download Land Of The Lupes.

Via: New Free Music: Land of The Lupes!


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The Nextmen, Ms Dynamite and Groove Armada's Andy Cato take on the Demon Boss in this animated kung fu music video!

The single is released August 17th and the Nextmen LP from which it's taken "Join The Dots" will ship August 10th.


Crowhead - 'Best Kept Secret' / 'Brand New'

Crowhead - Best Kept Secret (I Guess) / Brand New is released on Aug 17th 2009 on 12" *Vinyl. Atic records will ship pre-orders one week before the official release date.

*Limited edition, DJ friendly 12" vinyl includes instrumentals and acappellas of both tracks!

The Very first single from Crowhead's debut album "Born With Teeth". This is a heavy weight hip-hop double A-side release featuring Milwaukee's Rusty P's and Chorley's Uk hip-hop legend Mikey D.O.N. (of Krispy fame)

Check out the full tracks over at Crowheads Myspace


Triangle Walks is the third music video from Fever Ray's self title album. You can listen to the full album over at Fever Ray's Website (though really you should own it buy now).

www.feverray.com | www.myspace.com/feverray


Nosaj Thing - Drift

Nosaj Thing has gained a strong reputation with his remixes of Flying Lotus etc. (check his MySpace profile). His new LP title "Drift" is available for digital download from today (26th of May), the CD hits shelves June 9th. These days I've pretty much dispensed with CD except for the occasional mix CD, prefering digital or Vinyl depending on what I'm buying. Drift features Nosaj Thing's stunning beat driven ambient electronic soundscapes.

Listen to the full tracks "Quest" over at Analog Giant and 'Coat of Arms' at spinner.com.

You can also listen to previews of all the tracks at amazon.com and boomkat (UK)


Lonely London Lad

Lonely London Lad ("LLL") is actually two American lads - Robert Savage and johnny rK, with one British lad, Billy Fuller.

I'm rather taken with the bands modern psychedelic rock sounds which you can check out both on MySpace and YouTube. A double album is due soon which will be available as a CD only.

www.lonelylondonlad.com


When I Grow Up is the second music video from Fever Ray's self title album. You can listen to the full album over at Fever Ray's Website.

www.feverray.com | www.myspace.com/feverray


If I Had A Heart was the first video from Swedish down-tempo pop artist Fever Ray (Karin Dreijer Andersson). The track is taken from the self titled album, which was released at the end of March.

www.feverray.com


Video for In for the kill the second single from La Roux and the first to be released on their major label Polydor, Quicksand (buy US | UK) having been released by French electronic music label Kitsuné.

You can check out the full track over at La Roux's Myspace. Skream's Bassline driven remix, whith it's reverb heavy vocals is well worth checking out if you prefer dub step / drum and bass type production over 80's retro sythn pop sounds.

Purchase "In for the kill" from amazon.co.uk

www.myspace.com/larouxuk

 


La Roux - In For The Kill

In for the kill is the second single from La Roux and the first to be released on her major label Polydor, Quicksand (buy US | UK) having been released by French electronic music label Kitsuné.

You can check out the full track over at La Roux's Myspace. Skream's Bassline driven remix, whith it's reverb heavy vocals is well worth checking out if you prefer dub step / drum and bass type production over 80's retro sythn pop sounds.

Purchase "In for the kill" from amazon.co.uk

www.myspace.com/larouxuk

 


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"What you are about to see is a mix of unrelated YouTube Videos/Clips edited together to create ThruYou. In other words - what you see is what you hear."

I love this track, had I walked into a record store (Yeah I still sometimes visit real world independent vinyl stores ... those that are left) and this was playing, the last thought in my head would have been it sounds like a mash up / edit of YouTube music performances.

www.thru-you.com | www.myspace.com/kutiman

Via: www.sonicstate.com


Analog Giant

Analog Giant highlights new electronica, hip hop (mostly of the indie variety), reggae, funk and down-tempo tunes


La Roux - "Quicksand"

The 12 inch for La Roux's - Quicksand is available as a pre-release (Expected on 01/12/2008). 'quicksand' is pure 80's electro gold that has both dancefloor and radio crossover potential. the 12" comes backed with mixes from autokratz, beni and chateau marmont.

Tou can listen to Quicksand over on La Roux's Myspace page and vist their website at www.laroux.co.uk

You can pick up the 12 inch of Quicksand from Rough Trade.


QNC

Once upon a time not long ago, when people wore pyjamas and lived life slow...I was was fairly in love with the genre that is Hop Hop. But, I became disillusioned with the generic new wave (anything that ever sounded vaguely good to me was only because it was recycling some old classics, and they were better the first time around anyway) and we parted ways. However, I still hold a candle for my much-loved favourites (EPMD, Biz Markie, Big Daddy Kane, etc, etc) and always kept an ear to the ground lest someone might ignite that spark within me once more.

Fear not, folks, as this tale of musical woe has a happy ending, for along came Aim with his track "Before." Before is taken from the Barrow-In-Furness-based down-tempo master's Birchwood EP, and is the vocal rendition which features New York's finest Hip Hop duo, QNC, working their lyrical magic. Of course, as one might expect, Aim doesn't disappoint with the music, serving a delicious helping of glorious brass, strings and vocal loops. But, for me, it's QNC who take this from being just another really great track into something very special. You see, what was lost to me in the Hip Hop genre was the art of storytelling, but this is a skill which QNC brought back with this very sweet and heartfelt tale of the makings and breakings of industry strife. If you don't feel a lump in the throat at such lyrics as "it was only just me" you need to check you're not running on WD40. Fuel for a case of the happy/sads if ever there was one.

Visit Aim's Myspace page at www.myspace.com/aimflight602

Visit QNC's Myspace page at www.myspace.com/qballandcurtcazal


Dead Mexico Radio

Dead Mexico Radio is a monthly radio show featuring underground electronic/experimental music.

"The Wilson Project" which is of course resident lateMag scribe Fiona (Aka Fi Wilson) has been featured twice (Show 10 and 12). Show 10 also saw our friend "Snoog" aka "Die On Spectrum" featured.

www.myspace.com/deadmexico


The Wilson Project

www.myspace.com/wilsonprojects


La Roux

I have a new favourite sound and it’s called La Roux, courtesy of MySpace, that cyber-wonderful cultivating ground for new talent. Forget Lily Allen and Kate Nash, La Roux is MySpace pedigree that surely deserves a record deal. With influences ranging from Depeche Mode to Blondie to Madonna, La Roux is electro pop for the 21st century. Elly Jackson, the voice of La Roux has a distinctive sound but sounds mature beyond her years. Check out La Roux’s Myspace page, and my personal favourite “Quicksand”.

Funky, melodic electro beats and lyrically rich, I sure hope they release an album soon because I need more than the 3 tracks available on their MySpace!

Via: We Heart Stuff


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