A couple of new jems from Switch. Both of these are solid. People have been talking about this Klaxons remix for a while. Thank you to Risky Bizniz for sharing. Cool to see that it made the light of day. Dont have a whole lot of info on the other track but it could be a teaser from the upcoming full length of original work that is due this year.
EDIT: Second track is a remix as well. See comments.
The Thomas Bangalter remix of this DJ Mehdi track was a fan favorite. And rightfully so. But I really think this one takes the cake. Havent heard much from Spiller in quite some time but he really killed it on this one. Been a fan of his since the days of Groovejet. Cheers.
New one from the Chemical Brothers. May not get you on the first listen but it will grow on you. Its definitely got the Chems sound but the vocal reminds me of Basement Jaxx. Looking forward to seeing who gets the remix duties on this one. Cant wait to see these guys live again. Their shows are incredible both sonically and visually.
Tracklisting for We Are The Night (full length album coming in June):
01. No Path To Follow
02. We Are The Night
03. All Rights Reserved (Featuring The Klaxons)
05. Do It Again (Featuring Ali Love)
06. Das Spiegel
07. The Salmon Dance (Featuring Fatlip)
08. Burst Generator
09. A Modern Midnight Conversation
10. Battle Scars (Featuring Willy Mason)
12. The Pills Won’t Help You Now (Featuring Midlake)
Here is a cool video of them performing “Golden Path” live with Wayne Coyne from The Flaming Lips.
For all the Jaxx fans in the UK. Basement Jaxx have announced a one-off summer show at Brixton Academy on Friday July 27th with support from Dan Le Sac Vs. Scroobius Pip & Duke Dumont. All profits from the shows will be split between four charities - the Parkinsons Disease Society, Teenage Cancer Trust, The Synergy Centre & the Hoping Foundation.
A special pre-sale starts Saturday April 21st. Buy tickets here.
Joshua Harvey is a busy guy. Recent EPs on Dubsided as himself as well as under the Count of Monte Crystal and Voodoo Chilli guises to start. In addition, a slew of remix work both solo and with Speaker Junk. On top of all of that, other production work with Sinden. And still fits in DJing as well as writing and producing for a pop/rock band according to recent reports. I am especially excited about the Dead Soul Brothers project which is quite interesting.
This remix has been making the rounds as of late. Dark synths, electro bounce, a bit of glitch, and a sprinkle of rave to boot. Good times. Cheers!