Check out the video above for the Soulwax remix of “Gabriel” by Joe Goddard feat. Valentina. Animator Laurie Hill contributed one of the live animations used for the 2manydjs live show, and the track is also part of the ‘Under the Covers 3’ hour on Radio Soulwax. The ‘Gabriel Remixes II’ EP is out now on Greco-Roman, on iTunes and 12”, featuring remixes also from Calibre and Aston Shuffle, you can order it here. You can check out the Radio Soulwax app for iOS of Android, or see it on radiosoulwax.com or their Vimeo channel.
Soulwax (aka 2ManyDJs) continues their series of video-mashing mixes with a decidedly NSFW collection of samples taken from albums with sexy females on the cover. The result is a 54 minute montage of nips, lips and hips that’ll get your engine running for the weekend. It’s even divided into segments like “tits,” “denim shorts” and “sports,” kinda like those websites you’re always clearing from your browser history. You can watch the mix (seriously, not at work) via Black Book.
2ManyDJs have unveiled the second mix from their new Radio Soulwax website and iPhone app, following the head-scratching Introversy mix, which mashed-up just the intros from dozens of favorite tunes. The latest mix, Celestial Voyage, takes a more spacey approach, with a boatload of galactic-flavored funk and dance tunes played out to equally intergallactic visuals.
You can check out the 60 minute mix and accompanying video on the Clash Music website. We wouldn’t personally recommend the use of mind-altering substances to enhance enjoyment. So we’ll leave that to one-half of 2ManyDJs, David Dewaele. “Some of my friends who smoke weed – because I don’t do that – they say that watching it in a darkened room, all by yourself, smoking weed is the biggest trip you can ever have.” …MORE
Mash-ups may have gone the way of the dodo, but original innovators Soulwax (aka 2ManyDJs) might have found a way to rekindle interest. The Dewaele brothers are about to launch the Radio Soulwax iPhone App, a free app which will feature 24 hours of highly complicated audio/video DJ mash-ups.
“We applied for an internet radio license, which gives us the freedom to play and stream whatever we want without having to clear any of it, as long as we make it free, which was more important to us than making money on it,” David Dewaele said in an interview with ErolAlkan.com. “The whole thing is basically a labour of love for music and record sleeves. We thought it would take us a good six months, but we got a bit carried away…”
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