In preparation of her sophomore studio album, Little Boots, has announced that her forthcoming album, Nocturnes, will be released on her new On Repeat Records imprint.
Little Boots, made a splash in 2009, ingratiating herself to an audience readily receptive to a new class of dance-pop songstresses clearly influenced by the electro infused touch points of the 70′s and 80′s. Stepping out of a class that defined itself as the next set of Dance femme fatales this side of Alison Goldfrapp, Little Boots’ next full length effort is shaping up to stand head to head with her musical classmates — Florence and the Machine, Ladyhawke, and …
Here’s the part where we’re supposed to tell you how Tim Goldsworthy is the little known “other guy” from DFA, and before that, Mo Wax. And while Mr. Goldsworthy has never had the media profile of Messrs. Lavell and Murphy, this extended and epic version of Cut Copy’s new single is only the latest in a string of incredible remixes—following Massive Attack and DJ Hell—that means you should know who this dude is now.
Cut Copy – “Take Me Over” (Thee Loving Hand Remix by Tim Goldsworthy)
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There’s no denying the impact that dance music impressarios James Murphy and James Lavell have had on modern music. But the other things these Jims have in common is Tim Goldsworthy, the unsung UK producer who cofounded Mo’ Wax with Lavell back in the ’90s, then went on to partner with Murphy on the DFA label and production team of the same name.
Goldworthy has been on his own since suddenly departing from DFA and New York City earlier this year, but that hasn’t stopped him from releasing some seriously epic remixes, including his delicious version of the DJ Hell/Bryan Ferry collaboration and this new remix of Massive Attack’s current single, “Atlas Air.” …MORE
Influential Irish Post-New Yorker and member of the DFA family, Marcus Lambkin is known for his unique danceable mix of disco and synth-pop, electro and punk-funk. He got his pseudonym from the Shit Robot party; named after a crap robot drawing by James Murphy. After nearly two decades of DJ’ing and a handful of 12-inch releases, Lambkin is unveiling his first full-length guest-laden album From the Cradle to the Rave. It’s released on James Murphy and Tim Goldsworthy’s New York label like his previously released singles that are all ...
Following killer remixes from Carl Craig, Tim Goldsworthy and Simian Mobile Disco, DJ Hell has offered up yet another take on his collaboration with Bryan Ferry. But unlike the other extended versions, Peter Kruder whittles down the track to it’s bare essence in just over four minutes, specially for the blog attention span.