Bag Raiders follow up their disco mix for Australia’s Triple J radio with this housey collection. Well, technically it aired before the disco one, but they just Soundcloud-ed it last night. More importantly: it previews the Cassian remix of Sammy Bananas’ “Move Your Body,” out soon! What are you waiting for?
Even as his tour continues, Kingdom still finds time to drop gems for your listening enjoyment. Download his guest spot from Night Slugs’ Rinse FM show here (right click, save as) and check his recent 3-hour UStream DJ session with Total Freedom and Nguzunguzu here.
Kingdom’s latest original “Remember” (featuring Tiombe Lockhart of Cubic Zirconia) is featured on the Fool’s Gold Vol 1 compilation LP, don’t miss it!
Jokers Of The Scene have turned in a †Ø†▲LLY CR▲ZY remix of Salem’s latest single “Asia,” nine minutes and twenty-two seconds of nightcrawler drum machines and droning chords. Get hypnotized at Stereogum and The Fader. More JOTS on the way…
We already gave you the lowdown on Dust La Rock’s cassette collab with Michna, Mix The Orb. Hopefully you snatched up a copy when you had the chance… cause they all gone! Fortunately, the gents were kind enough to release a digital copy to the interworld today, courtesy of XLR8R.
There’s also going to be a release party next week (Sat 11/27) featuring all-vinyl sets from DJ Dara, Star Eyes, Michna and DLR himself at the Public Assembly Loft for maximum mindbending house party vibes. Don’t miss it! Read More
His album is out in March, and there’s a contest for the graphically minded out there: “The Kavinsky Fan Art contest will run from November 1st to December 31st. 50 illustrations will be chosen from the entrants and included in a limited edition book. The winning design will take pride of place on the front cover. The first 20 illustrations will get a copy of the book, and every winning illustrator will receive music digitally.”
Our friend Kill The Noise just dropped a free album-length megamix from Ludachrist, his chop shop musical collaboration (Band Of Samples?) with Knick of Evol Intent. It’s like NOW! That’s What I Call Music meets Faces Of Meth meets the Kardashians’ car stereo meets…well lets just say its a pop apocalypse. Download it for free .