Miss Kittin today released the music video for ‘Bassline’ the second single from her forthcoming album ‘Calling From The Stars’ (April wSphere).
The music video was directed by Andrew Woodhead, who has previously worked with Justice, Break Bot, French Fries, Aeroplane and more.
Boasting a career that spans three decades and long-term collaborations with The Hacker and Felix da Housecat, Miss Kittin’s sound is as brilliantly unpredictable as ever. New single ‘Bassline’, available now and as an EP on 25th March, marries vocal melodies with pop sensibilities of the highest form and demonstrates exactly why the sound of Miss Kittin remains as relevant and fresh as ever. Described by Nowness as “A black Ballardian dancefloor illuminated by a setting sun provides the science-fiction backdrop to Parisian dance music heroine Miss Kittin’s new video for ‘Bassline’.
‘Bassline’ also signals the directorial debut from Andrew Woodhead, who described the video as follows: “The video for Bassline symbolises the steps of a club dance floor, how they start off lonely then change over the course of an evening into a frenzy of dance. With inspiration drawn from movies such as Knight Rider, Total Recall and old Pepsi commercials, a bright punchy universe was created to dance upon.”
A/T/O/S unveil the stunning new video for ‘A Taste Of Struggle’
Released 25th March via DEEP MEDi
Ahead of the mysterious producer duo’s self-titled debut release A/T/O/S, pronounced ‘A Taste Of Struggle’, has revealed the stunning new video to accompany the alluringly dark, deep down tempo track released 25th March via DEEP MEDi.
The unnerving yet beautiful animation (created by Simon Mannerats) compliments the track perfectly keeping up the curious enigma the duo has effortlessly crafted.
A/T/O/S – “A Taste Of Struggle” (Official Video)
Last Night On Earth add yet more undeniable talent on the cusp of serious recognition, as they release Ejeca’s latest EP ‘Frequency’ Out Now.
In recent months Ejeca has been thrust into the limelight following an outstanding collaboration with Bicep, with his solo work receiving high praise from the likes of Pete Tong, Jackmaster and of course, Sasha.
Last Night On Earth continues to support and pluck artists that are turning heads, with Ejeca at the forefront of ushering in the recent heavy 90’s revival. His nu-house, garage style is ever present in his latest ‘Frequency’ EP.
The first two tracks ‘Hi Rollin’ and ‘Neva 2 Far’ are dripping with classic vocals and vintage house sound. ‘Nassau Storm’ brings a dubby side to the EP, while ‘Time For Change’ adds calming intelligent beats fused with soul.
Last Night On Earth hit the spot once again as the supreme Ejeca puts out another incredible release.
Ejeca “Frequency” EP
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1. Hi Rollin
2. Neva 2 Far
3. Nassau Storm
3. Time For Change
Ejeca – Hi Rollin (Official Video)
dirtybird presents a “fan sourced” music video for Kry Wolf and Claude VonStroke’s new single, “Turbosteppa.” Dirty dancers, booty clappers and rump shakers from across the world all sent in their dance interpretations of this new track and we’ve cut it all together into a brand-new dirtybird music video.
Shuffling green men, bouncing babies and ballerinas were all consumed by the funk of the new single to the point where they simply could not keep their moves to themselves. Filthy feathers were shook, rugs were cut, and it looks like a lot of fun was had which is always the point.
Just One Last Time – Extended 5.41
Just One Last Time – Hard Rock Sofa Big Room Mix 6.41
Just One Last Time – Tiesto Remix 7.06
Just One Last Time – Hard Rock Sofa Remix 6.57
Just One Last Time – Deniz Koyu Remix 6.41
David Guetta has long said that his ambition is to work with the best talent, regardless of their stature. Often that means the most accomplished; they are superstars for a reason. But his recent forays and his biggest selling track off ‘Nothing But The Beat’ is ‘Titanium’ with Sia; a time respected artist, but working with Guetta has catapulted her – and him – to another level worldwide. He has the golden touch right now.
‘Just One Last Time’, is a track that has been touching the heart of clubbers as David road-tested it this summer. It’s his personal choice for his next single. It features talented Swedish newcomers, Taped Rai, who have never released a record before. We said catapault before; this is a sling-gun! They just shot their first ever video in LA with David and did their very first interview on set. David is well-known for spotting, supporting, embracing and breaking new talent; Afrojack and now Nicky Romero. Lending his success to help those he believes will shine. He has created an incredible remix package from his peers, like Tiesto to Hard Rock Sofa, whose sound he loves to drop.
Up first is Russian duo Hard Rock Sofa who have enjoyed a year of great success releasing a slew of new music on Spinnin’, Axtone and Fly Eye to name but a few. Here they deliver not one but two remixes, honing in directly on the dance floor and bringing their high-octane style with them. The ‘Big Room Mix’ lets the bounding bassline lead the way over a galloping drum line while on their second remix they light the way with an explosive display of uplifting synth fireworks. Dance music titan Tiësto steps in next bringing his unique and universally renowned sound to the original resulting in a driving and progressive club anthem. Completing the package is rising talent Deniz Koyu. Following singles for Refune and Big Beat, as well as remixes for Zedd, Miike Snow and Digitalism, the German producer injects some grit with an inimitable bassline and razor sharp drum line, asserting his midas touch once again.
David Guetta will soon be releasing a definitive version of his hit album ‘Nothing But The Beat’. This updated version, ‘Nothing But The Beat Ultimate’, combines all the tracks from both the original version and ‘Nothing But The Beat 2.0’, into a 30 track package available both digitally. It features all the hits, including recent Top 10 single ‘She Wolf (Falling To Pieces)’ featuring Sia (#1 for 5 weeks on the European club charts), plus the new single ‘Just One Last Time’. ‘Nothing But The Beat’ is close to hitting Double Platinum in the UK, and has spawned seven Top 10 singles; ‘Sweat’, ‘Where Them Girls At’, ‘Little Bad Girl’, ‘Without You’, ‘Turn Me On’, ‘She Wolf (Falling To Pieces)”’and the No. 1 hit ‘Titanium’ featuring Sia. To date, ‘Nothing But The Beat’ has sold over 3 million albums (Platinum in 17 countries) and an astonishing 18 million singles world-wide since its release last August 2011.
David Guetta spent the summer playing his weekly residencies at Ibiza’s hottest clubs, Ushuaia and Pacha, in addition to major European club and festival gigs including headline slots at V Festival, Creamfields and the iTunes festival. Guetta went on to a sold out tour of South East Asia and is currently performing dates in South America; back to Brazil where he last played to 3 Million people on NYE at Copacabana Beach in Rio De Janeiro.
Rounding up another stellar year, David Guetta recently won Best Electronic Act at the MTV European Music Awards as well as Best Electronic Act at the American Music Awards.
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Following the world premiere of his new live show in London last weekend and with latest release ‘Talk Torque’ still on heavy rotation, Hotflush label boss Scuba isn’t wasting any time in returning with new single ‘Hardbody’. The single will be released through Hotflush on December 10th as a one-sided vinyl and digitally as a two week Beatport exclusive.
Premiered by Jackmaster on BBC Radio1 show earlier this month, ‘Hardbody’ has quickly become the subject of fraught anticipation. A natural successor to ‘Talk Torque’ and the latest evolution of his recent output, ‘Hardbody’ is a characteristically well-sculpted piece of dance music. Exploring a deeper house sound, the track’s lush synthwork, glacial arpeggios and soft female vocals are led by propulsive percussion and throbbing low-end.
The new single caps off a stellar year for the DJ, producer and label boss. Having released third album ‘Personality’ to widespread critical acclaim earlier this year, the Summer has been a flurry of festival slots and European wide gigs which culminated in the unveiling of his live show at Oval Space in East London. Imbued with Scuba’s innate musicality, integrity and creativity, the sell-out performance has been received overwhelmingly positively.
Meanwhile, Hotflush continues to go from strength to strength as one of the most consistent strongholds of underground electronic music. Now home to a diverse roster of artists that counts Sigha, George FitzGerald and Shelter Point amongst its number, a burgeoning release schedule has seen recent singles from Jimmy Edgar, Jack Dixon and Recondite to name just a few.
Upcoming DJ dates
7th December – Stealth, Nottingham
8th December – Stiff Kitten, Belfast
14th December – Dude, Milan (Italy)
15th December – Robert Johnson, Offenbach (Germany)
26th December – Circus, Liverpool
31st December – Summadayze, Adelaide (Australia)
1st January – Summadayze, Melbourne (Australia)
1st January – Field Day, Sydney (Australia)