Team Ghost’s Dead Film Star EP is a perfect example of all the potential for greatness on their upcoming debut album that the group has. The brainchild of co-founder and former M83 member Nicolas Fromageau, Team Ghost’s new EP effortlessly blends the diverse worlds of traditional indie-rock and modern electronica. [Source]
‘Doom And Gloom’ marks the first time that Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood have been in the studio together for seven years. The single was recorded in Paris and produced by longtime Rolling Stones producer Don Was, who has worked with the band on five previous albums (Voodoo Lounge/ Stripped/ Bridges To Babylon/ Licks Live/ A Bigger Bang), with the radio mix produced by Jeff Bhasker.
Matricidal sons of bitches was conceived and produced by Matthew Friedberger in Paris, where he now stays, and inspired by the films of Poverty Row. The production values and narrative techniques of these films became the basis for Matricidal sons of bitches. [Source]
Superwise was written on a day off in Italy on tour a couple of years ago. It was going to be on a compilation album, that never happened. Essentially I had to write a song that day, if I wanted to be a part of it. So, I sat down at a cheap home organ in the studio, clicked on the drum machine…started playing those chords that open the song. In fact, since the tape was rolling, the drum machine and organ chords, plus organ bass pedals, are a live performance, which happened once and only once, and conveniently that’s the take. I preserved that performance for the album version, I just added new stuff over the top of it. Lyrically, it’s about transformation, transubstantiation, reincarnation. The interconnectedness of all things. And that Nirvana might be the point where you simply remove the last blocks that have cut you off from what you are vestigially connected to at all times–everything. In life, your ego, the I, conceives you as a unique item in a world of foreign objects. And therein lies the flaw in your perspective. Of course, I didn’t want to write this as new age sounding things, so I try and work in a lot of scientific-sounding mumbo jumbo. You can say it’s BS but in fact, I trust my subconscious very much. I let it write everything!
The Krazy Baldhead EP is out now on Ed Banger Records and includes remixes by MYD (Club Cheval), Tropics, and Victor Aime. Directed by Fashbacker. Krazy Baldhead isthe support act for some of the european dates of Justice, along with DVNO. The dates are:
01.03 COPENHAGEN Falkoner
02.03 STOCKHOLM Annexet
03.03 GOTEBORG Tradgarn
05.03 BRUSSELS Ancienne Belgique
Air’s Jean-Benoit Dunckel new side project is called Tomorrow’s World, and with that outfit he kicks off the new Kitsuné compilation, Kitsuné Parisien II, with “So Long, My Love.” The track features vocals from Lou Hayter (New Young Pony Club).
“Waters of Nazareth” was the first single by Justice. It was released twice, once as a 12″ single with the original three songs, and once on CD and 12″ with remixes by DJ Funk, Erol Alkan, and Justice featuring Feadz. The song was featured on the ElectroChoc radio station on Grand Theft Auto IV. It was played in episode 5 of series 13 of Top Gear, when Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May drove three cheap rear wheel drive cars in an ice race in France. “Waters of Nazareth” also appears in Travis Rice’s critically acclaimed snowboard movie That’s It, That’s All.
Hope you are having an awesome weekend. Take a listen to Justice’s newest single, the title track to their upcoming album Audio, Video, Disco before it officially releases in October. The single is set to release September 19th via Ed Banger Records and features remixes from Para One and Mickey Moonlight. Enjoy! [Source]