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  • 31 Jul, 2017

    Charlotte de Witte: FAZE Magazine Cover Star

    New Decked Out artist Charlotte de Witte is the cover star of the new edition of FAZE magazine, with a major feature inside.

    www.charlottedewittemusic.com

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  • 29 Jul, 2017

    Kiwi: New 'Rabbit Hole' EP

    Kiwi has premiered his new 'Rabbit Hole' EP featuring Cactus Suana, on Nest HQ.

    www.kiwidj.com

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  • 24 Jul, 2017

    Cowboy Rhythmbox: Premier New Track 'Scream'

    Cowboy Rhythmbox premiere a new track 'Scream', taken from their forthcoming 'Tanz Exotique' EP on Phantasy Records, in Mixmag.

    www.mixmag.net/read/premiere-cowboy-rhythmboxs-scream-is-an-industrial-beast-of-a-track-premieres

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  • 21 Jul, 2017

    James Welsh: New Release 'Thread / North'

    Fresh off the underground success of 'Standing / Slip', a club-ready bullet that received support from DJs such as Scuba, Adam Beyer and Leftfield, James Welsh returns to Phantasy post haste, once again blending a slab of characteristic rave euphoria with a more downtempo trip on the flip.

    The release opens on 'Thread', the unmistakeable sound of Welsh pushing his studio to its unworldly limits. Initially building the tension with competing, spectral components, an ominous intro paves the way for the sudden eruption of a stomping, hi-NRG electro bassline. Pathologically chaotic until it's final moments, sudden breakdowns of white noise and ghostly commands lost deep in the mix anchor the listener in reality, enveloped in smoke and strobes, real or imagined.

    On the contrary, 'North' stretches a skeletal half-step beat to support a bracing vision of maximalist melancholy. A chilly analogue hymn, awash in choral reverb, heavenly organ sounds coalesce with cathartic distortion, creating a six-minute musical landscape that is at once pleasingly epic, yet tellingly intimate in its more subtle details.

    Physical and cerebral in equal measure, 'Thread / North' is a worthy contribution to Welsh's increasingly powerful back catalogue.

    www.facebook.com/jameswelshofficial

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  • 10 Jul, 2017

    The Bloody Beetroots: 'My Name Is Thunder' With Jet

    The Bloody Beetroots new single 'My Name Is Thunder' is a collaboration with Australian rock band Jet, who have re-united for the first time in 7 years. Featured in the NME.

    www.nme.com/news/music/jet-new-music-seven-years-2107201

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  • 08 Jul, 2017

    The Bloody Beetroots: New Single 'My Name Is Thunder'

    The Bloody Beetroots announce the release of his new double single, 'My Name Is Thunder', featuring Australian rockers, Jet. This is the first track he has shared following his signing to Last Gang Records, and will appear on his forthcoming album to be released later this year.

    "I knew this song needed a certain rock tone... a tone like Nic Cester of Jet had. We thought instead of someone 'like Nic Cester,' how about we get the real Nic Cester! Thinking he would be in Australia, it was fate that he lived just a couple hours away from me in Italy. I found him" says The Bloody Beetroots' Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo. "We worked together, ate together, drank together and created something very powerful together. Around this time the Jet guys stared talking and thinking about getting back together, when Nic shared this with his bandmates, the idea came up to have ALL of Jet involved. Because of our different influences, we had different ideas on the mixing and from that, we came up with two versions. It's the best of both our worlds!"

    The double single arrives to represent the various genres that define The Bloody Beetroots, with the first version driven by ethereal vibes and an electronic beat and pulse, while the other is led by heavy synths and Jet's gritty rock and roll.

    www.sbcrofficial.com

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  • 06 Jul, 2017

    James Welsh: New 'Thread/North' EP

    Fresh off the underground success of 'Standing/Slip', a club-ready bullet that received support from DJs such as Leftfield, Scuba and Adam Beyer, James Welsh returns to Phantasy post haste, once again blending a slab of characteristic rave euphoria with a more downtempo trip on the flip.

    The release opens on 'Thread', the unmistakeable sound of Welsh pushing his studio to its unworldly limits. Initially building the tension with competing, spectral components, an ominous intro paves the way for the sudden eruption of a stomping, hi-NRG electro bassline. Pathologically chaotic until it's final moments, sudden breakdowns of white noise and ghostly commands lost deep in the mix anchor the listener in reality, enveloped in smoke and strobes, real or imagined.

    On the contrary, 'North' stretches a skeletal half-step beat to support a bracing vision of maximalist melancholy. A chilly analogue hymn, awash in choral reverb, heavenly organ sounds coalesce with cathartic distortion, creating a six-minute musical landscape that is at once pleasingly epic, yet tellingly intimate in its more subtle details.

    Physical and cerebral in equal measure, 'Thread/North' is a worthy contribution to Welsh's increasingly powerful back catalogue.

    Premiered on Ransom Note from the link below.

    www.theransomnote.com/music/premieres-exclusive-streams/premiere-james-welsh-thread

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  • 04 Jul, 2017

    Justice: 'We Are Your Friends' At Glastonbury Festival

    Justice perform 'We Are Your Friends' at Glastonbury Festival.

    www.justice.church

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