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Fashiøn

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

fashion

Hello, nous c’est Fashiøn, nous sommes en 1982 et nous nous amusons avec de la musique de 2010. A moins que ça soit le contraire?

Fashiøn “Mutant Dance Møve”

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Fashion were founded in 1978 in Birmingham, England, originally as a post-punk band in the vein of Gang of Four or Magazine. The band originally consisted of Luke James, John Mulligan and Dik Davis. In 1979 the band signed to IRS Records and released their first album, Pröduct Perfect. The album failed to chart and mainly received airplay on college radio.

By late 1981, the band had almost completely changed in terms of musical direction, and had now become a part of the New Romantic movement. Original singer had been replaced by De Harris, and Marlon Recchi joined the band. In April 1982, the band released their most successful album, Fabrique. The album, produced by Zeus B. Held, featured the hit singles Love Shadow and Move On. (via Last.fm)

À propos de Fashiøn:
Wikipedia / Discographie

Q Lazzarus

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010


Q Lazzarus “Goodbye Horses” (Krikor Remix)

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Q Lazzarus is a female American singer best known as a one hit wonder for the 1988 song “Goodbye Horses“. The music and lyrics of the song were written by William Garvey. It was originally recorded by Q Lazzarus in 1988, but later re-released as a single in 1991, with a greater duration, as a result of its appearance in Silence of the Lambs. (via Wikipedia)

À propos de Q Lazzarus:
Wikipedia (Remixed by Krikor)

Portishead

Monday, December 21st, 2009


Portishead — the Mercury Award winning trio — have joined forces with Amnesty International to release their brand new track “Chase The Tear” - on the eve of International Human Rights Day. Download it now, exclusively from 7digital.

Alex Smoke

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009


Alex Smoke “Lux+” (LP Long Mix)

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Alex Smoke returns to the fore with his new single Lux+ in advance of his third album Lux which will be released Feb 2010. (via Get The Curse)

À propos de Alex Smoke:
Discogs / Myspace

Brandt Brauer Frick

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009


Brandt Brauer Frick is where contemporary classical music melts with house and techno. Three young musicians have joined together for this acoustic techno project. On the one hand Daniel Brandt and Jan Brauer produce club music with a jazz attitude. On the other hand Paul Frick, who has studied classical and modern composition with Friedrich Goldmann at Universität der Künste Berlin. Besides experimental pieces for orchestral instruments he also releases house music.

Exile

Tuesday, November 24th, 2009

Exile

Exile “Kiss You All Over” (Brennan Green 6:59 Edit)

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Exile, originally known as The Exiles, is an American band. They originally began as a pop rock group, hitting the peak of their success in 1978 with the rock pop ballad hit “Kiss You All Over” (YouTube). After a couple minor pop hits, they re-established in 1983 as a country music group. (via Wikipedia)

À propos de Exile:
Wikipedia (Edited by Brennan Green)

U Can Dance

Friday, November 13th, 2009

Annie Hamill

DJ Hell “U Can Dance”

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It was only a matter of time. Two genre-defining artists together… pop music and dance music’s most famous arbiters of taste, collaborating at last. DJ Hell’s U Can Dance is an interpretation of an unreleased Bryan Ferry song, but it’s one that reflects a perfect melding of two distinct personalities, a record that sounds as if the voice and music were made for each other. (via The Fresh page)

À propos de DJ HELL:
Myspace / Discogs

TBD

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

TBD

TBD “What Is This?”

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TBD is the much anticipated new project from Lee Douglas and Justin Vandervolgen formerly of !!! and Outhud. As the story goes Justin and Doug sat down one evening after having many drinks, bored of their records and the ones they’d been hearing around and set off seeking a brand new sound, a sound defiant of any genre or basic musical understanding… After many happy accidents project/name TBD was born. (via Myspace)

À propos de TBD:
Myspace / Release info (Phonica)

Subeena

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Subeena “Znare”

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Hi. I’m a London based producer, etc etc. Subeena is (still) my first name spelled wrong, it’s not bass or sub related. (via Myspace)

À propos de Subeena:
Discogs / Myspace / Twitter

Delia Derbyshire

Sunday, November 1st, 2009


Delia Ann Derbyshire (1937 – 2001) was an English musician and composer of electronic music. She is best known for her electronic realisation of Ron Grainer’s theme music to the British science fiction television series Doctor Who and for her work with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. (via Wikipedia)

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