Tuesday
Jun202017

Carmen Villain - Planetarium (Gigi Masin Remix)

 

We can always count on anything that's been released on Smalltown Supersound to be some of the most interesting and forward thing electronic music out there. You really cannot go wrong when it comes to the goods they drop.

 

However, they manage to constantly surprise us in new and exciting ways, and this sultry and slow burning remix of Carmen Villain's 'Planetarium' by Gigi Masin is perfect evidence of that. Make sure you check out the whole ep, which is out now, and you can discover that here.

 

Enjoy!

 

Tuesday
Jun202017

Photo of the day: Mobb Deep, Nas and Raekwon - Rest in Peace Prodigy!

Tuesday
Jun202017

Mating Ritual: 'Second Chance' Live

As the release of How You Gonna Stop It? by Mating Ritual approaches, we've really gotten into the song 'Thief'.  As the album edges ever closer, a live video for 'Second Chance' has been released, along with news of a one of a kind release show for the album.  The lineup is of course topped by Mating Ritual and includes half a dozen other artists and a handful of dj sets with the proceeds going to benefit Planned Parenthood.  The event takes place on Saturday, June 24th at the Hi-Hat in Los Angeles.  Check out the flyer below!

Tuesday
Jun202017

What So Not: Divide & Conquer (Noisia Remix)

'Divide & Conquer' is the latest from What So Not, and if for some reason that EP isn't big enough on it's own there are now such a wide array of remixes that it's tough to pick a favourite.  Ushering in the new EP is this remix by none other than Noisia, a name that inspires as much excitement as What So Not does across the globe.  Check it out below, and get the EP here including additional remixes by Plastic Plates, Slumberjack and Kuuro.

Tuesday
Jun202017

Death From Above: Freeze Me

Death From Above have dropped the 1979 from their name, and delivered some wild new music to start off the summer.  'Freeze Me' is the new single, premiered early in June.  The video is just as wild, perfectly matching the track.  It features Jesse F Keeler and Sebastien Grainger in very unassuming roles next to some larger than life characters.  There's nothing quite like Death From Above and 'Freeze Me' marks the beginning of what feels like a bold new chapter for the band.

Get 'Freeze Me' here