The duo of Travis Stewart and Praveen Sharma have been mighty busy, prepping their live shows and traveling all around the world in preparation for their self-titled debut LP release on Hotflush. While the dudes have been busy wowing crowds and carefully crafting all the elements together for their live A/V show, they’ve also been going on mini-adventures, checking out what’s around them with open minds (and stomachs). URB asked Sepalcure to give us an exclusive tour diary of their latest European tour, as well as their live A/V debut in Mexico City. Praveen kindly obliged, and down below, he gives URB the skinny on all things crazy, cool and vivid. Check out the diary, the photos and the exclusive behind-the-scenes video after the jump.
The long, strange journey of B. Dolan continues with his second installment in the House of Bees mixtape series set to drop in the very near future. Mux Mool of Ghostly International is responsible for this banger of a remix to “The Hunter,” one of the standout tracks from last year’s Fallen House, Sunken City record. As anyone who witnessed the mind expansion circus of Dolan’s recent Church of Love & Ruin tour will tell you, the man’s live act is not to be missed. Those in Europe can catch B. Dolan devouring stages throughout September alongside Strange Famous labelmates Dan Le Sac and Buddy Peace.
Tacoma, Washington’s favorite beat-making son Eliot Lipp has released a free album of remixes of his tracks by such notable bros in beats as Pretty Lights, Mux Mool and Subtitle. Brolabs is available for download from Lipp’s Brooklyn-based Old Tacoma record label. Click over and nab an hour of mutant beats. Full tracklist after the jump.
The duo of Eliot Lipp and Leo sound like something that could work, if they stuck to what they were good at. Well, instead of sticking to their guns, their project, Dark Party, is something reminiscent of house, disco and classic ’80s sounds, which is immediately welcome to anyone willing to get their groove on. With an upcoming full-length (entitled Light Years) to be released on Old Tacoma Records, the group has decided to give a track from their single release to URB. Check out the fantastic grime-breaking Mux Mool remix of “Patrol Patrol” after the jump.