The Whip return with a new album, entitled ‘Wired Together’ out 19th September 2011, the follow up to their ‘X Marks Destination’ (2008). Bruce Carter, Nathan Sudders and Fiona Daniel created ‘Wired Together’ with producer Jagz Kooner in London. A move on from the high octane nature of ‘X Marks Destination’, ‘Wired Together’ retains The Whip’s ability to set pulses racing with pounding rhythms and fluid, dancefloor friendly beats but broadens the band’s palate to introduce a more celebratory vibe and a more lyrical version of the band’s dance music. Press comments about the Manchester electro-dance outfit include “A cornucopia of throbbing new wave to amuse and delight” (NME) and On ‘the stylish hedonism of the new century’ (The Independent).
Catchy floor filler single 'Secret Weapon' is out 5th September 2011.
Sept 7th London Lexington Sept 8th Manchester Deaf Institute Sept 9th Glasgow King Tuts
Between The Wallscaptures the sound of a band 'playing'together, in both senses of the word - experimenting and trying things, being playful, as much as being a group performing as a unit together. Between The Walls is the sound of people pushing towards and pulling against one another simultaneously. It is the sound of buzzing amplifiers, sudden musical non-sequiturs, loud blasts of straight synth lines cutting through melody and structure. And it is also the sound of beautiful and odd electronic textures and brilliantly defined and deliberate drums, underpinning fragile but deliberate performances of sad songs and country ballads.
As founder and half of the songwriting engine that drove the mighty Hüsker Dü, to his maverick solo work, Grant Hart has cut a singular path across the last three decades of music. It is with great confidence that we say he has made an album to rival his greatest achievements. A double album based on John Milton's 'Paradise Lost' - to show both the light and the dark of the album in its initial introduction, so we are offering two tracks for preview via Soundcloud: 1)'Is The Sky the Limit?' is a melancholy song of the aftermath of rejection built upon the eerie and lonely sound of Sputnik 1; and 2) 'Letting Me Out' follows in all its propulsive Buddy Holly glory as the Artist formerly known as Lucifer offers up his cunning business proposition to populate the netherworld.
The release will be supported by extensive touring with his band, Grant Hart and The Burn/Burning, with plans for a more conceptual presentation. [PLAY]
Game features the songs: 'Wounder' / 'Loner' & 'Spaceape (Feat. Spaceape) by Burial
Cloud Chamber orchestrates 'found footage' across a variety of media. Players navigate, collaborate and interact in order to access found media (films, diaries, documents, etc) – they are detectives discovering what actually happened. The experience can be described as 'a single site Altered Reality Game'. It is fiction for the Facebook generation - part social network, part filmed mystery and part game.
The tone mixes psychological thriller elements with supernatural horror and real space science to draw players into a dark mystery. As players explore the story, the mysteries of the human psyche and the heartless voids and immensities of outer space become one.
Directed and produced by Tim Main. Petite Noir aka Yannick Ilunga is to release Noirse, the first single since the breakthrough Disappear. It's a glistening noir-wave production of tropical marimba and shuffling grooves from his Congolese and Angolan origins. It rises from graceful beginnings to a rousing, insatiable crescendo. The single features sterling remixes from Deptford Goth, NUGUZUNUGUZU and Pional.
Petite Noir will be performing across the summer, kicking off with an enviable support slot for Solangein NY for which he was personally invited. More dates are still to come.
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