Todd Edwards chopping Kingdom into jack-your-body heaven? Check. Boy 8 Bit kinking out Jokers Of The Scene’s “Revolting Joks”? Yep. CFCF vs Nacho Lovers in a Canadian icicle synth showdown? We got you. Make merry and check the full lineup after the jump. Read More
It’s no secret that Richard Russell of KLAM / XL drops Twitter gems on the regular. However, we were still pleasantly surprised to stumble upon this free zip of new tunes from RR under his new WLD PTCH moniker earlier this month. Beats!
Hit the jump for some background Tweets (in reverse chronological order, duh) and grab KLAM’s Fool’s Gold banger “Funky 4” today. Read More
The K.L.A.M. guys just sent over a new treat for us to share with you in the form of “138 Shakedown,” their cheeky cut-up of A-Trak and Laidback Luke’s FG jam “Shake It Down” and DJ Zinc’s hype anthem “138 Trek.” Boom goes the dynamite! Download it here.
For more K.L.A.M. goodies, be sure to grab their Fool’s Gold single “Funky 4,” featuring two new originals and remixes of the title track from Hot City and the Martin Brothers that have quickly become DJ favorites. It’s available now on Beatport, iTunes and all other digital retailers.
If you were among the revelers at Isle of Wight’s Bestival earlier this month, you certainly heard all these tunes setting it off; hit the jump to check some video from K.L.A.M.’s set, including BBC DJ Zane Lowe raving out to Prodigy’s “Out Of Space.” Read More
Thanks to all the radio homies dropping Fool’s Gold this past week! Jaymo and Andy George dropped the Hot City remix of K.L.A.M.’s “Funky 4” and the Mowgli remix of LA Riots’ “Bombah” while sitting in for Pete Tong, Annie Mac threw down that “Funky 4” mix along with “Barbra Streisand” on her most recent show, and Count and Sinden rinsed Hot City/K.L.A.M. as well on their new Essential Mix. Big up, gunshot, forward!
Grab the K.L.A.M. and LA Riots singles (and all the great remixes) on Beatport now.
With that simple, sampled phrase, London duo Kicks Like A Mule captured nightclub life perfectly on their ’92 rave hit “The Bouncer.” Their party anthem doubled as a mission statement for an irreverent attitude and anything-goes production aesthetic that carried them through other seminal early productions (Awesome 3’s “Don’t Go,” London Posse “Pass The Rizla”), fueled two decades of behind-the-scenes handiwork in some of the UK’s most important musical movements, and informs recent production work for maverick artists from Gil Scott-Heron to Wiley.
Following a series of triumphant festival gigs and recent remixes for the likes of Major Lazer, MIA, The Prodigy and Kid Sister, K.L.A.M. comes screaming back with a new original release on Fool’s Gold, the dancefloor flash grenade “Funky 4.” The tune is a cheeky nod to the group’s breakbeat past, but its frantic snare rolls and staccato bass thumps are undeniably right on time. Smash remixes by dirty house titans The Martin Brothers and two-stepping upstart Hot City round out the release, while dark and dubby b-side “South London A1 Sound” offers another look at where K.L.A.M. are headed today.