MARCELO WALLACE – WHITE – KOWALSKI MUSIK

Posted in cutTheNoize on June 20th, 2016 by alt

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While Marcelo Wallace showed us the love side of his life with his last two releases (Love EP & JuMa), this time he comes up on a more dirty trip on Kowalski Musik.

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HUNDREDS – WHAT REMAINS REMIXES – EMBASSY OF MUSIC

Posted in cutTheNoize on June 15th, 2016 by alt

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Hundreds are set to release the first taste of their 3rd album, with the single “What Remains“. A Song as deep as their meaningful lyrics about humans as parasites and the conflict of the human role in Mother Nature and the question what will be left!?
Nothing, in Hundreds words, will be left for us.
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Metroplane – Metroplane EP – Sweat It Out!

Posted in cutTheNoize on June 9th, 2016 by alt

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It doesn’t take a genius to work out how Alex Metric and Aeroplane came up with the name for their ridiculously exciting new collaborative project, Metroplane.

Nor does it take an expert in electronic music to listen to this, their self-titled debut EP on the beloved Sweat It Out, to work out how f-ing good it is.
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Posted in cutTheNoize on June 6th, 2016 by alt

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One of our fav aussies comes right out and we say THE VIBE EP (a double a-side heater comprising of ‚The Vibe‘ and ‚Down Like This’) is MOTEZ‘s best work.
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Smilla – Not Yet Begun / Two Faces – Springstoff

Posted in cutTheNoize on May 30th, 2016 by alt

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With the maxi vinyl ‘Not Yet Begun / Two Faces‘, Smilla has created the perfect sound for the coming festival summer. With his remix of Not Yet Begun he tenderly brings back almost melancholy memories, like a light summer breeze on your skin and brings a smile playfully in impelling beats.

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Paul McCartney & Wings vs Timo Mass & James Teej – Nineteen Hundred And Eigthy Five

Posted in cutTheNoize on May 24th, 2016 by alt

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Since you all know we usually don’t tend to over-used superlatives. But this time we can’t hold back to say bringing you with great pleasure one of the hottest records on earth. Appeared first as mysterious white label vinyl in selected stores and sold out within minutes today this genius track sees the light of day as offical release.

Paul McCartney is one of the most important personalities of the rock. With a string of hits he showed the way in the 70s, as the front man of the legendary The Beatles and to his own project Paul McCartney and Wings.
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Marcelo Wallace – Love – Pure Records

Posted in cutTheNoize on April 6th, 2016 by alt

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The „Love EP“ is the third release from Marcelo Wallace which already got early support from names like Markus Kavka, Rich vom Dorf, Rico Püstel or Sash from BBC. It comes out on Heidelberg based label Pure Records and on the same time it is the happy end of this love trilogy. Coming just in time, with the beginning of spring and before the festival season starts, we provide this bright shining release with you.
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LA BOUM FATALE – NO TONGUE IN CHEEK

Posted in cutTheNoize on March 29th, 2016 by alt

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Just before the release of “Holygram”, the debut album of La Boum Fatale, the 2nd single “No Tongue in Cheek” is out. The track documents the past development and shows La Boum Fatale more solid and self-conscious, straight-lined and rough.

For the musician and producer Antonio de Spirt, La Boum Fatale has always been testimony of cooperations, of creative exchange and friction. Most parts of the album are joint works with artists, whose output de Spirt appreciates a lot. “No Tongue In Cheek” is a collaboration with the Danish musician and singer Asbjørn. The song comments on the selective tendencies in modern dating and general social culture. “How does true love blossom when we have become so individualized”, singer Asbjørn wonders. In the heated track the narrator is looking for someone capable of answering and eventually teaching this.
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PET SHOP BOYS – THE POP KIDS – MK DUB

Posted in cutTheNoize on February 18th, 2016 by alt

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Pet Shop Boys have announced recently via MixMag Premiere on Soundcoud a remix package of “The Pop Kids”, to be released on March 18th. The release will consist of four tracks remixed by MK, Offer Nissim and a deep dub by Pet Shop Boys themselves.
Among the producers who have remixed the single for this release is acclaimed DJ and producer MK (Marc Kinchen), whose dub mix of “The Pop Kids” marks 23 years since his last remix for Pet Shop Boys –  their 1993 single “Can You Forgive Her?”

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AKA AKA & THALSTROEM – FACES REMIXED – BURLESQUE MUSIC

Posted in cutTheNoize on January 20th, 2016 by alt

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With their second single release from their longplayer “Connected“, AKA AKA & Thalstroem invite the singer Jim Hickey into the studio. With his soulful, almost fragile voice Hickey weaves a sound carpet of emotions on the complex beat of AKA AKA & Thalstroem which, with his reduced tempo, builds up an enormous groove until the break. When the guitar play of Thomas Moked unfolds to an inspirational source of harmonies, Hickey’s voice starts the prelude to the ecstatic climax of the song.

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