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Are you a digital DJ exploring the beat-matching mixing possibilities of a laptop’s hard drive? Numark’s got the device for you.
In the same vein as old schoolers Daft Punk and Felix Da Housecat and new schoolers Cut Copy and Simian Mobile Disco, Digitalism is a firey dance duo whose full of sassy, electro-synth numbers that would slay any hipster party. If that’s your kind of party, add some “2 Hearts” to your daily rotation.
With an unpredictable, eerie Tricky-esque production style and a knack for unconventional sounds rooted in jazz, blues, and Latin, the Brazilian electronic musician Amon Tobin has established himself as one of the most innovative sound geniuses of electronic music. On his eighth release ISAM, the album features Tobin experimenting in ways he’s never done before.
Brooklyn-based trio Pearl and the Beard comprised of Jocelyn Mackenzie, Emily Hope Price, and Jeremy Styles create a pleasing set of songs, each with elements of soulful gospel, indie-pop and hints of vintage swing music. Cabaret fans will approve, as this is the kind of band that could open for Devotchka or Amanda Palmer and leave you lost in its simple, easily accessible beauty.
Hyphy has been snagging most of the Bay Area hip-hop press recently, but anyone who’s dropped by Oakland knows the classic underground rap scene is alive and clicking. On their free mixtape, The Red Eye Flight featuring unreleased tracks from Oh No, Mondo and Ray Buckle Bros., as well as some unheard new cuts off their long awaited album Night Moves (out now!), is also mixed with some old-school-inflected beats and hilarious skits by the Legionnaire’s own DJ/MC Marc Stretch.
First Listen: New Music From Forthcoming James Pants Self-Titled Album, Plus Tyler, The Creator Remix (Free MP3)Apr 7, 2011 2:48 PM by Anngie
Nice name, James Pants! There’s something about the word “pants” that’s just a little bit funny. The same is true with James Pants’ music. Sarcastic, kitschy lyrics over crawly bass and fuzzed out beats make what Stones Throw asserts is one of their most eclectic artists to date. Check out some new tracks from his forthcoming self-titled release (May 3rd), plus a freakish hip-hop remix of “Seven” from Odd Future‘s Tyler the Creator‘s Bastard album.