Aug 31, 2010

*NEW* Felix Cartal track debuted in Vancouver

This past Friday we had the pleasure of opening for our dude among dudes, Felix Cartal. Prior to the show, he passed along his brand new track, of which you can preview here:

& thaaaaaaaaaaat's a big one.

Aug 24, 2010

The Count & Sinden Essential Mix

So the Count (aka Herve) & Sinden put together this past Friday's legendary BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix and lookie what they started the mix off with...

Expendable Youth — Cannibalistic (LOL Boys Remix)
The Count & Sinden — Panther (Bambounou Remix)
XxXy — Fela
Mystery Jets — Dreaming Of Another World (The Count & Sinden Remix)
French Fries — Senta
The Count & Sinden — After Dark Feat Mystery Jets (Extended Club Mix)
Mark Ronson & The Business Intl — Bang Bang Bang (The Count & Sinden Remix)
Jon Giovanni — Take Off (WAFA Edit)
Voodoo Chilli — Love Songs
Rufio Feat Herve — Hot Rod
Fenech-Soler — Lies (Herve’s Eclipse Mix)
Canblaster — Jetpack
Lone — Pineapple Crush
C.R.S.T Feat Didz — Vision 2k
K.L.A.M — Funky 4 (Hot City Remix)
Manaré — Blitkreig Riddim
Gotan Project — Panamerica (The Count & Sinden Remix)
Batida — Alegria
Herve & Sinden — Hup
The Count & Sinden — Mega
MJ Cole — Volcano Riddim
Benjamin Damage — Pump
D.A.M.B — Waiting
Dubbel Dutch — Throwback
J-Wow — O Dedo
Sinden & SBTRKT — Midnight Marauder
Donovans — Undertaker
Brodinski — Arnold Classics (Tony Senghore’s Staggering Daggering Mix)
Fatboy Slim & Hervé — Machines Can Do The Work (Action Man aka Herve Acid Flash Remix)
Wafa — Ewid Disco
Steve Mason — Am I Just A Man (Alexis Taylor Remix)

Yeeeeah that's us and our track "Cannibalistic" (masterfully remixed by our comrades, the LOL Boys)!

Make sure to give it the mix a listen if you haven't heard it yet. Not only does it feature us, but it's also one of the best Essential mixes of recent memory.

Download it here:

The Count & Sinden – Essential Mix 21/8-2010 (Hotfile) (courtesy of Discobelle)

Aug 11, 2010

LOL Boys - "123"

Our dear friends the LOL Boys just released their brand-new single "123" (even though we've had it/been playin' it for months now) on the Palms Out Sounds label yesterday.

A clear ode to the newly-vogue Tribal Guarachero sound, "123" also draws upon a wide range of influences (that Expendable Youth are all big fans of) – from UK house music, to east coast sampled hip hop, chicago juke, dutch bubblin, and carefree LA filtered sunshine. They've offered up a reprise of the original for download that can be grabbed here:

LOL Boys - "Counting (123 Reprise)"

BONUS: Expendable Youth - "Cannibalistic (LOL Boys Remix)"

Make sure to cop the whole release at all major outletsBeatport, Boomkat, Juno, iTunes, & Turntablelab.