Posted on Jul 13th, 2010
Kid Sis, Paul Wall, and Bun B make for one of the more unlikely team-ups in rap, but they all come together (and rip it!) on “Im’ma Get It,” a Travis Barker-produced cut off Paul’s new LP, Heart Of A Champion, out today. One for your trunk!
Posted on Jul 9th, 2010
If you missed the festival debut of Duck Sauce (featuring A-Trak, Armand Van Helden, and…an enormous inflatable duck) at EDC, fret not: Trizzy has you covered with this great video recap and pics from the night, along with some shots from his Travis x A-Trak performance at the same fest.
For more DS action, you can finally grab their perennial summer jam “aNYway” in North America:
Posted on Jun 8th, 2010
Electrodiscomaniacs, rejoice! Alexander Robotnick’s new Analog Sessions LP is out this week, courtesy of our pals at This Is Music. If you dug his synth jam YouTube’s we posted (like the one above), this one’s for you: a return to 70s gear (Oberheim Biphonic, Roland TB303, Korg Stage Echo) recorded live over two days and edited down into album format. Download the club mix of “Fun Fare” at Fact Magazine for a taste, and look for the LP at a shop near you (Amazon.co.uk is shipping the CD+DVD combo later in the month).
If that’s not enough Robotnick for you (and of course it isn’t!) grab his Fool’s Gold single “Obsession For The Disco Freaks” on Beatport, iTunes and vinyl, backed by great remixes from Nacho Lovers, Li’ll Bo Tweak and Freeform Five.
Posted on Jun 1st, 2010
Carte Blanche = DJ Mehdi + Riton innna house music stylee. We’ve mentioned them on these blog pages before and now you can buy their Black Billionaires EP on Beatport, iTunes, and all other digital retailers.
All the songs are reliably knocking, but Kid Sister collab “Do! Do! Do!” is the sureshot. (Duh!) Preview that and more on this Carte Blanche “House Party Mix.”
Posted on Apr 28th, 2010
Palm trees + warped minds: check Jokers Of The Scene’s new Beatport chart!
Posted on Apr 13th, 2010
Photo by Loren Wohl
As you may have seen on the internets, we got together with Celebriducks to manufacture a limited batch of actual rubber ducks featuring the Dust La Rock-designed Duck Sauce mascot. They are finally hitting stores: buy now at Turntable Lab, and look out for our plastic feathered friends at Colette in Paris and Kid Robot locations worldwide as well.
In other “things you can buy” news, TTL is also selling fabulous 12″ vinyl for Count + Sinden’s “Mega” (with Jokers Of The Scene and Harvard Bass remixes) and Bag Raiders’ Big Fun EP, featuring Donnis on “All The Girls” and JOTS and XXXChange remixes of “Fun Punch.” Look out for these singles everywhere fine wax is sold as well!
Posted on Mar 16th, 2010
After getting people hyped with the music video, and a packed month of “More Fire” tour dates, it’s only right that Congorock’s “Babylon” finally sees official release. The single features a massive vocal version with dancehall don Mr Lexx (the voice behind Major Lazer’s “Hold The Line” and many more lighter-flickers), the instrumental dub you already know and love from the video, and a “Lexxapella” for the DJs to play with. Big!
Grab it next week on Beatport, and all other services shortly there after. Vinyl on its way too, with some huge remixes… oh you thought we forgot about those? Hell naw! If that’s not enough, you can grab these none-more-black Congorock logo tees at our webstore, featuring the new metal logo from the “Babylon” sleeve above, designed by Dust La Rock ov cvrse!
Posted on Mar 10th, 2010
Everyone’s favorite French electro zombie Kavinsky returns from his grave with the new Nightcall EP. Preview the tracks on these Soundcloud players (more after the jump) and check out the Record Makers store for info on the guests (Lovefoxx from CSS, Guy-Man from some DJ duo or something…) and the limited vinyl release.
Posted on Feb 15th, 2010
Our Turntable Lab amigos are moving warehouses and throwing a huge sale to help lighten the load. For a limited time get 20% off all vinyl / CD / DVDs in the store – which includes a fair amount of Fool’s Gold releases. Buy buy buy! Our presidents would have wanted you to!