As if you hadn't heard of Cut Copy by now. The Melbourne, Australia-based trio exploded upon the music world with its 2004 debut, Bright Like Neon Love. Since then, the boys have been hard at work perfecting their disco-flavored indie rock, and In Ghost Colours, their latest long-player, finds more of the same, only bigger in sound and faster in speed.
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Haling from the land of Linstrom and Prins Thomas (that's Norway, in case you didn't know), Joachim Dyrdahl is fast becomming another Scandinavian face to watch on the house and techno front. His releases under the diskJokke name have been picked up by Get Physical, Prins Thomas' Full Pupp imprint, and for his debut album, Smalltown Supersound. Fun fact: He is about to finish eight years in mathematical studies.
After the release of 2005's Sunburnt Eyelids, Kel Mckeown, better known as Kelpe went on a three-year hiatus in search of sound on the lake shores of Europe. Ex-Aquarium, his forthcoming full-length for DC, is the result of this time, and full of echoes, sparse drums, humming synths, and cracks and crunches galore.
This Tokyo-based trio just debuted in 2007 with the 20-track, beat-heavy Cycling EP, in addition to numerous gigs and spots on compilations. Percussion is the name of the game for Super Smoky Soul, whether it's live drums, programmed ones, pounded keyboards and synths, and even the vocals, which, though sparse, provide their own unique beat.
Daedelus shows off his production chops and his good citizenship with this new track, a disco-flavored, rap-infused house number. Part of his Fire Magic Blood side project, the track features Shafiq Husayn and Taz Arnold, and, of course, shows support for Barack Obama on this Super Tuesday.
Though a release date has yet to be named for Unity and Segmentation, Christopher Todd's latest album under his Phylum Sinter guise, he is making sure fans have plenty to satiate their appetites in the meantime. The album's mini-site will feature news, progress, thoughts related to the release, pictures, and more. And of course, download this track for a preview of what's to come.
L.A.-based Giovanni Marks and Thavius Beck join forces as Lab Waste once again, back with more of the unconventional hip-hip and electronic delirium we've come to expect from the duo. Taken from their forthcoming B.E.A.R. release, this track finds the underground veterans dabbling in Dirty South territory, complete with extended chopped-and-screwed uber-outro. Dangerous.
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