News Month: April 2014

Tonight at Public Works is going to be a cavalcade of nostalgia, with familiar sounds pouring from the Funktion 1’s to drench you in dancefloor glory. If you are a fun of unpretentious remixes of familiar tracks, then LUXXURY is your man. With tasteful edits of songs everyone loves, from Fleetwood Mac to the Eagles, The Clash to David Bowie, Luxxury just wants to party with you singing along. And if that wasn’t enough to tickle your fancy, Luxxury will be warming up the dance floor for the one and only Scumfrog!!! Bring extra shoes and a couple of towels!

WARM UP YOURSELF

 

 

 

MORE INFO : THE SCUMFROG & LUXXURY AT PUBIC WORKS

In celebration of No. 19’s five-year anniversary, Canadian duo Art Department – Jonny White and Kenny Glasgow – dish out a free download of a new track: “Heartbreakers Techno”.

The crew over at Dancing Astronaut review the track:

“The track pairs fluid melodies with synthetic dissonance, creating a clash of sounds that compete yet compliment each other throughout the mix. Spastic organ work sits effortlessly on top of a gripping percussive section, one that is teeming with shakers, claves and claps. It’s a strange pairing that results in the creation of a powerfully melancholic atmosphere, further embodying the track’s namesake and the pair’s forward-thinking approach to their art.”

We’re excited to have Art Department, such a revered act, drop in to Public Works tomorrow night!

Tomorrow is going to be epic, to say the least, so make sure to get tickets!

Download “Heartbreakers” HERE!

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Samiyam has 2 MIDI cables and likes sprinkles on donuts. He makes music that sounds like robots smoking weed at an underground jazz club circa 1997 being filmed in a wide-angle lens by the dude who made those crazy Missy Elliot videos….
Before he throws down for the RESONATE crew tonight at Public Works, Low End Theory’s Samiyam gives Behind Closed Doors a peek into his studio :

Peep game

 

Catch Samiyam in the loft at Public Works tonight for RESONATE

KiNK, the expert of hardware voted third on Resident Advisor’s list of top live acts, has put together his debut album entitled Under Destruction. Set to release May 5th on Stefan Goldmann and Finn Johannsen’s Macro imprint, the album was recorded from a series of live jam sessions in KiNK’s hometown of Sofia in Bulgaria.

In light of the upcoming release, KiNK has released a 10-minute video that cuts together clips from the album showing the hardware used, tweaking filters and rearranging sequences, during his jam sessions. Altogether, it’s pretty boss. Check it out below.

As of late. New York based DJ Anthony Parasole has not only been causing a stir on his own turf in Brooklyn, but worldwide. Having been raised in the city, his involvement in the scene in the early 2000s helped shape where it is today. Label head for both Deconstruct, which he began with Levon Vincent and his own The Corner, Parasole has kept busy organizing releases and touring across the globe. We’re happy to have him here in the loft tonight, courtesy of Icee Hot.

Check out RA’s Real Scenes New York as well as Anthony’s RA podcast from December of last year.

There’s not much to be said about Martin Buttrich that hasn’t already been written. A master in the dj booth as well as in the studio, Buttrich has entranced dance floors worldwide with an innate ability to sculpt sonic palettes into musical masterpieces. With a sound engineer’s attention to detail and a playful approach to production, Buttrich’s rich imagination shines through his music. While known for dance floor-driven mixes, Buttrich is also at home digging deep into his crates and providing you with a soundtrack for those long commutes, especially rough days at work or rainy days at home …

This mix Buttrich did for Artist A Lifeis a two-hour session that finds Buttrich digging deep in his eclectic music collection and compiling personal favorites of many genres. His Stoned Autopilot selection is a musical journey through Ambient, Dub, Trip Hop, Jazz and House Music.Expect a fine blend of tripped-out grooves, … Read more ›