Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Saturday, December 12, 2009
I like this song. I found it to be catchy and it can be danceable.
The video? I don’t like it all that much. I will however give credit to the band for not putting out just any old video. I will also give credit to the director, Saam Farahmand for putting it together.
Sorry, but I wouldn’t mind an alternative video.
The single is from the album, Temporary Pleasure, which is out now.
Check out the band’s site for more info: smd
As an added bonus, here is the great remix from dubstep producer, Joker.
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Named after one of the tracks on his well received release, Born Into This, the “Gazillion Ear ep”, is on it’s way. Due out both on vinyl and digital on December 8. It will feature re-workings of the track, instrumentals, and remixes (including one from Thom Yorke of Radiohead).
While waiting for this release you can now go pick up Unexpected Guests, which dropped in October.
Here is the tracklisting for Gazillion Ear ep:
1. “Gazzillion Ear”
2. “Gazzillion Ear” (Thom Yorke Remix)
3. “Gazzillion Ear” (Dr WHo Dat? Remix)
4. “Gazzillion Ear” (Jneiro Jarel/SITEK Remix)
5. “Gazzillion Ear” (Acappella)
6. “Gazzillion Ear” (Instrumental)
7. “Gazzillion Ear” (Thom Yorke Remix) (Instrumental)
8. “Gazzillion Ear” (Dr WHo Dat? Remix) (Instrumental)
9. “Gazzillion Ear” (Jneiro Jarel/SITEK Remix) (Instrumental)
10. “Green Whore Net” (bonus beat)
11. “Feta” (scratch samples)
12. “Kat Girl” (bonus)
Also, check out the video below:
Sunday, November 2, 2008
This is definitely a must have for any Kaskade fan, for any House fan, and for the Omies!
- Colette - Feelin' Hypnotized (Kaskade Extended Mix)
- J-Boogie's Dubtronic Science - Rainfall (Kaskade Remix)
- Mark Farina - To Do (Kaskade Carry On Mix)
- Afro-Mystik - Natural (Kaskade Roots Remix)
- Rithma - Love And Music (Kaskade Remix)
- Naked Music NYC - If I Fall (Kaskade Soulshower Mix)
- Colette - I Didn't Mean To Turn You On (Kaskade Extended Mix)
- Mark Farina - Cali Spaces (Kaskade Remix)
- Colette - What Will She Do For Love (Kaskade Big Room Mix)
- King Kooba - If I Could (Kaskade More Pop Mix)
- Rithma - Builder (Kaskade Let's Make Out Mix)
- Kaskade - Steppin' Out (Kaskade Chill Out Mix)
You can get the cd/or download it here: kaskade (get a free track too!)
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Mixed by The Riddler and Cato K, the album features tracks/treatments by September, David Guetta, Armin Van Buuren, Basshunter, Kaskade, Deadmau5, Cascada, and many more.
While there are some big names on there....I have to ask...while, I do buy the occasional mix from Ultra....how many of the songs are going to be on the next mix? What I mean is...how many of these mixes will have the same exact songs on them? Can they promise me that this mix or the remixes are more exclusive? Now that would make me buy it today....rather than waiting a little bit. Then again....Deadmau5 is on there....and he is one of my favorites right now....I am going to get his album.
For more information and to buy the 2009 mix go to Ultra Records.
For the Deadmau5 website....go (here)
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
The SVH01 album will be available for Pre-Order at the new FiXT Store by the end of October.
For a first look/behind the scenes on the project check out the video here.
Currently Take It & Break It Vol 3 – “Switchback” Remixes is available now at FiXTstore.com.
The movie focuses on Gregg Gillis, better known as Girl Talk, a mash-up musician topping the chart, as the film’s central protagonist. Also appearing in the film are Creative Commons founder, Lawrence Lessig, Brazil's Minister of Culture Gilberto Gil and pop culture critic
The movie premiers in Montreal this week.
The filmmaker has made some of his footage available for others to remix as they wish.
Brett Gaylor is a documentary filmmaker and new media director. He is the creator of opensourcecinema.org, a video remix community which supports the production of his feature documentary RiP: A remix manifesto.
Sunday, October 19, 2008
From the product description :
The author of Free Culture shows how we harm our children—and almost anyone who creates, enjoys, or sells any art form—with a restrictive copyright system driven by corporate interests. Lessig reveals the solutions to this impasse offered by a collaborative yet profitable “hybrid economy”.
Lawrence Lessig is a Professor of Law at Stanford Law School and founder of the School’s Center for Internet and Society. Professor Lessig is the author of Code v2, Free Culture, The Future of Ideas and Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace, and has been a columnist for Wired, Red Herring, and the Industry Standard.
Click here for a link to the website: REMIX