Tricky has always seemed like an artist whose bad side you don’t want to end up on. And he’s really cut loose in an interview with Exberliner magazine, in which he calls out Domino Records head Lawrence Bell and his former Massive Attack colleague 3D, whom Tricky calls “pretentious” and a “corny guy” who “always needs someone who’s a tall black guy.” OUCH! …MORE
Hot Chip remixes are rarely as good as the originals, but we’ll give it to Four Tet serious props for turning the UK five-piece’s melancholy single, “Look At Where We Are,” into an epic extended workout. The first three minutes sound like “In The Air Tonight” re-imagined, before the kick drum comes in starts a tech-house groove that shifts shape freely for the remaining four minutes of sultry dance floor energy.
All in all the video is just another party at Andrea’s house in Long Island. It’s nice to see pretty much exactly what happens at my family parties via Twin Sister. See, it’s never not cool to hang out with your family! You can catch “Bad Street” on Twin Sister’s upcoming full length debut, In Heaven, on September 27 via Domino Records.
Canadian synth-pop duo Junior Boys have announced their senior project, It’s All True, the band’s fourth album due June 14th. We got a first taste last month with the song “EP,” and are eagerly awaiting a second helping with the single “Bananna Ripple,” a nine-minute opus that comes with further extentions from The Fields. The 12-inch drops next week and is available for pre-order on Domino Mart. Junior Boys have also announced a nationwide tour. Check the full dates below. …MORE