The Disclosure boys say that they’re going to give this one away free when they reach 1 million facebook likes… just 51,798 to go! Ehem, click here and like dammit!
Seekae (originally Commander Keen, but they realized that name was already taken) is a Sydney trio comprised of Alex Cameron, John Hassel, and George Nicholas. These guys have been hailed as sonic entrepreneurs in Australia since their debut album in 2008. I first discovered their incredibly beautiful and hypnotic sounds after +Dome came out, but I only recently began to learn more about the group. They actually won a grant after their first album and since then have really been putting a lot of work into creating more complex soundscapes. In addition, this video for their latest track Another, is very gripping, and dark. Most say that the tradition of sacrifice in tribute to the land is real, but they generally use the fetus of a llama or alpaca. ¿Crees que pasa en el vídeo es un mito o no?
Just came across Ryan Hemsworth’s little “secret songs” account/label. Well, thanks for reposting your second song on it so that I could discover it Ryan!
Direct from their soundcloud page:
note from schwarz and 333 boyz: “SCHWARZ X 333 BOYZ IS: LIAM MORRISON, SAM LUBICZ AND ADAM SCHWARZ. LIAM IS AN ARIES, SAM IS A PISCES AND ADAM IS A CANCER. OUR FAVORITE RAPPER IS E-40 AND OUR FAVORITE ROCK BAND IS BLINK 182.”
note from ryan: “i’ve been following Schwarz for a while because he kind of embodies everything i find interesting about an artist in 2014. he’s ultra feminine with a super heavy sound; he has a sense of humour but his dark side can always be seen; and his versatility could be easily confused with indecision. i think that’s exactly what i love though, he’s from the internet age of consuming every form of music online, and now him and 333 Boyz can just open their laptops and make an experimental wild wild west track that pulls in elements of bounce, trap, and jersey… and i really can’t turn it off.”
Mustard Pimp dropped this sweet free EP about a week ago and I just caught on. The original is an old skool techno club banger which is exactly what I’m expecting from these guys, reminds me of Bizarre Inc a little bit. Run DMT‘s Festival Death Remix turns up the tempo and then rolls off the drop into a heavy dub bass. SPL delivers a solid drum and bass remix with a sweet drum rinse and distorted synth to start it off then lays on some stuttered electro heavy bass lines. Interferon keeps things old skool with an awesome industrial techno remix. Download the whole EP free from the player below.