Archive for the ‘New Music’ Category

All Clash Feet

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The imitable Clash Music has premiered All Dom Wrong‘s dubby remix of Oz’s great and powerful Clubfeet.

The original track, ‘Follow Me Down,’ is taken from their record Heirs & Graces, while the remix is from the above pictured remix disc, both of which are really quite good. Check  out the piece here.

Gomez v Gomez / Daniel v Daniel

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Steve Gomez, or “Gomie” to his homies, was a DEA agent of Mexican descent in Albuquerque, NM who was killed in the line of duty in the Mojave Desert. Daniel Gomez (no relation), or “Danny Daze” to his homies, is a producer/DJ of Cuban descent from Miami, FL. Steve and Daniel share not only a last name, but also love of deep, dark, underground techno music, as well as photographing drugs on ceilings.

Daniel Avery is the shit-hot DJ/producer of British descent who just dropped his debut LP Drone Logic and whom Plant’s Chris Tarantino (no relation) recently interviewed  for The Village Voice. Avery and Daze not only share a first name, but also a love of the same kind of music as the Gomezes do (although Avery is less interested in the aforementioned ceiling drugs).

Daze recently remixed Avery’s ‘Naive Response’ on Erol Alkan’s Phantasy Sound:

Avery in turn invited Daze to guest on his excellent RinseFM radio show. Daze’s bangin mix begins just before the one hour mark:

Sadly, Gomie has been interviewed nowhere and guested on nothing since his murder in September of this year. Happily, Daze’s ‘Down Her’ EP on Plant is still available at Beatport though. Here is the AA side:

Ian Pooley’s “What I Do: The Remixes” Out Now

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The remix album to Ian Pooley’s “What I Do” drops today and it has some serious heat. Remixes by  Matthias Vogt, Delano Smith, Stimming and more! Get it on Beatport, Itunes, Juno and other music retailers.

Chrome Drop EP Now on iTunes, Juno, Beatport

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Out now on iTunesJuno, and Beatport.

The debut release by NYC DJ/Producer Travmatic of Kaviar Disco Club. A NYC party that has become somewhat of a staple in the underground scene. He put together this EP with long time collaborator Marosy. They also have another release coming out soon on Brooklyn label Dither Down.

On remix duties we have Saarid of Throne of Blood and Nurvous (Nervous Records‘ Deep House imprint). And we also have Jeremy Glenn Of Future Classic and We Play House.

Travmatic & Marosy – Chrome Drop by Plant Music