Australian electro gurus The Presets seem to crop up every other week with a new project or show date. The duo's latest endeavor (besides yet-another tour) comes in the form of a collectors' edition of the single "If I Know You" (off 2008's Apocalypso). The release will be packaged with several remixes, and here's the version from Tania and Jori Hulkkonen, where the minimal meets the ethereal. If I Know You will be released in early April.
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Dan Deacon's Bromst, finally out today, is right up there with Animal Collective's Merriweather Post Pavilion in terms of pre-release hype, and it's a safe bet that half the people reading this have already heard the former in its entirety. For those who haven't, "Red F" is the second track off Baltimore DIY ringleader's new album, for which he employed a 15-piece band to assist with the musical orchestration. Photo by Josh Sisk.
Here's more of the mulched-up, bizarre, and vaguely danceable music we've come to expect from the Brooklyn-based trio of aural alchemists known as Black Dice. "Glazin" comes courtesy of the band's previously announced fifth full-length, REPO, due out April 7.
Karin Dreijer Andersson's Fever Ray single, "When I Grow Up," gets the remix treatment from Studio member Dan Lissvik here. The original is an ominous affair, which he plays up by slowing the tempo to a crawl and letting the static creep in, but the entire thing is offset by the random appearance of some tropical-sounding guitars.
London-based producers The Count and Sinden remix Buraka Som Sistema's kuduro single into an electro-flavored, bass-heavy club banger. The remix originally surfaced last year. We've revived it here, in anticipation of the April 7 release date for Black Diamond, BSS' debut album.
Deerhunter head honcho Bradford Cox is back with a couple new tracks under his Atlas Sound guise, as part of the ongoing Atlas Sound Virtual 7" series. We've put the reverb-heavy "Solo, or the Square" up here for download, but that, as well as an additional track and lyrics can also be downloaded over at Cox's Deerhunter blog.
Jesse Rose teamed up with Brazilian funk artist Deize Tigrona for this track, a slinky, sultry favela number rooted in a house beat and heavy on the percussion. Here's the radio edit of the track. The track is taken from Man Recordings' Daniel Haaksman Presents Funk Mundial, release, the first-ever compilation to pair baile funk MCs from Rio De Janeiro with producers from the Northern hemisphere.
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