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Thursday, January 31, 2008

The Bloody Beetroots NLLR Mix!!


I love THE BLOODY BEETROOTS and this mix they’ve sent to NLLR is FULL ON!!!! Twelfth in the NLLR Mixtape series, they’ve blended fifteen of their own tracks and remixes on this one. If this keeps up, we’re going to be thoroughly spoiled very soon!! AND if you didn’t catch the feature I did with them at the beginning of the month, then get yourself caught up, The Bloody Beetroots Bob Rifo Mafia. Enjoy.

The Bloody Beetroots – NLLR Mixtape Project

01. Goose – Everybody (The Bloody Beetroots Remix)
02. Hostage – Gluttony (The Bloody Beetroots Remix)
03. Martin Solveig – C’est la Vie (The Bloody Beetroots Remix)
04. The Bloody Beetroots – We Are From Venice
05. The Bloody Beetroots Feat. Congorock – Blutosky Fucks Popeye (Ep Version)
06. The Bloody Beetroots – Butter (Ep Version)
07. The Bloody Beetroots Feat. Congorock – Rombo (Draft)
08. Audioporno – Choo Choo (The Bloody Beetroots Remix)
09. The Toxic Avenger – Escape (The Bloody Beetroots Remix)
10. Timbaland – Miscommunication (The Bloody Beetroots Remix)
11. The Bloody Beetroots – Wacky Children (Preview)
12. The Bloody Beetroots – I Love The Bloody Beetrroots (Radio Edit)
13. The Bloody Beetroots – Detroit (Ghetto Edit)
14. The Bloody Beetroots – III to Destroy
15. Goose – Blackgloves (The Bloody Beetroots Remix)

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posted by Lovestar at 2:47 am  

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

We Just Released a Limited Number of Advance Tix for the Bootay Shakin Blow Out!

Yes, finally, its true! To get the super secret squirrel email link to purchase tickets, just sign up for our the Mas mailing list, and you’ll get an email filling you in on where to go and what to do. Oooh, its kinda like a rave adventure, but we didn’t involve any eggs. (90210 reference, for those who remember that goofy show and episode.)


Being on the mailing list instantly turns you into an UBER VIP person. You’ll get a bunch of nifty little perks, invites to secret & free shows, first dibs on nabbing tickets before they are up for grabs to the general public, advance music and digital promos, and a bunch of other fun things we’ll throw your way.

We sold out of our pre-sale tickets for the Bootay Shakin Blow Out, we had 400 available for $12, but they went fast.

So, we’re going to sell 200 of our $15 door tickets to our Mas mailing list peeps in advance. This way, you won’t have to bother waiting in line to purchase them the night of the show, more time for fun. Once these 200 tix are gone, they are gone, but you can get them at the door night of the show until we reach capacity.

And because we’re super excited for Friday, and want to get you just as hyped, after you purchase your tickets, you’ll get an email link that brings you to a site where you can download free mp3’s from The Rapture, Spank Rock (Bangers & Cash), Tippy, and JD Samson.


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posted by Audio Pimpstress at 8:28 pm  

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

SURNAME: February Winter Warmer

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I’ve vowed this winter to keep my rear-end firmly planted on the colder shores of England but there’s something about the dark unfriendly winter nights that makes the lure of a hot minimalist all-nighter in the chilled out city of Lille, only a 2-hour skip away by Eurostar, just too inviting.

French festival organizers Art Point M and electronic music magazine Tsugi have joined forces to host SURNAME, an electronic music rave on Saturday 23rd February at Tripostal in Lille (France), with the party going on til 6am. With a fun lineup and solid party track record, I’m there faster than you can say Carnival season.

My love affair with Art Point M began 2 years ago on a ship in Dunkerque and enticed me to the Le Name Festival in Roubaix/Lille last summer. Over the past few years, Art Point M have been masterminding some mind-blowing line-ups for their festivals and parties – check out the 2006 lineup if you don’t believe me. Not satisfied with hosting one festival a year, they are intent at satiating the Northern France and Belgium dance aficionados with parties throughout the year.

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ItaloBoyz similarly leave the English coast to headline for the night. Expect the two Italian DJs to treat latest clubbers with their latest releases: “Zinga” EP (Get Physical) and “Viktor Casanova” (Mothership).

Kollektiv Turmstrasse are Hamburg/Lübeck electronic musicians Nico Plagemann and Christian Hilscher who are taking time from their totally bonkers year to play a live set.

Berlin-based minimalist maestros James Flavour and Break 3000, co-owners of Dirt Crew Recordings, are playing a DJ set. The duo recently celebrated having their album “Raw” gracing Mix Mag’s Top 50 Albums 0f 2007.

Local Lille boy UFO (Mimimal1st) takes a break from his usual parties at the “electro temple” Kiosk to DJ on the night.

Topped and tailed with DJ sets from APM001 residents and visuals from French and Belgian TRiii VJs.

23rd February 2008 de 22H00 à 06H00 // entrée:7-9 €

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posted by Amy Riley at 4:23 am  

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Panther New Album & Spring Tour

I love me some Panther! This just popped through my inbox, got a lil excited, and had to stay late to get this up, enjoy!

PANTHER is the two-headed effort of Charlie Salas-Humara (The Planet The) on vocals, cello, guitar, and keys and Joe Kelly (31 Knots) on drums. But even when it was Charlie’s solo effort he was never really alone. Whether live or on record there was a sense that PANTHER was being overtaken by something, not an alter-ego, this was something else. Think Ian Curtis’ convulsive intensity and James Browns spastic swagger and you still won’t have PANTHER, but a sense of what-the-fuckness that all of them seem to call up. The early recordings born in the basements and warehouses of Portland OR around 2001 brought a new brand of broken electro that when coupled with the lunatic immediacy of his modern dance meltdowns defied categorization entirely PANTHER landed on bills as varied as opening slots from PEACHES to WOLF EYES. The monstrous throb of the beats matched by Charlie’s intensity bring a sense of religious visitation to any room PANTHER humps the floor in. His panic-driven falsetto howling non-sequiturs about paranoid sexuality make his jams hysterical, compelling but most importantly danceable.

After several successful releases on indie labels Kimosciotic and Fryk Beat, the art galleries soon turned to sold out venues when PANTHER caught the attention of headliners like GOSSIP and RATATAT. And while touring in support of 2007′s epic and cheerfully damaged SECRET LAWNS Charlie realized he wanted to dance to a new beat. Soon after employing the ferocious drumming of Joe Kelly the HE became a THEY and on the upcoming 14 KT GOD – out Feb. 19 on Kill Rock Stars. Contagious hooks and loops over crushing drums usher PANTHER into new and lucid songwriting territory, even hinting at the political with songs like “Violence, Diamonds” and “Beautiful Condo.” But just when things seem to be making sense the fever kicks in and everything suddenly unglues and before you know it you’re dancing to full blown anthems about sexual obsessiveness and airplane paranoia. Rest assured, PANTHER hasn’t calmed down in the slightest, they’re just poised and ready to pounce.

Panther – 14kt God selected album previews:

Panther – Puerto Rican Jukebox

Panther – Violence, Diamonds

PANTHER Spring 2008 Tour

2/08 – Mount Vernon, WA @ The Retrodoxy
3/01 – San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop – Noisepop
3/04 – Seattle, WA @ Nectar
3/06 – Portland, OR @ Holocene*
3/08 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Slowtrain
3/09 – Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge
3/11 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Conservatory
3/12 – 3/15 Austin, TX SXSW
3/17 – Baton Rouge, LA @ Spanish Moon#
3/18 – Atlanta, GA @ Drunken Unicorn#
3/19 – Knoxville, TN @ Pilot Light
3/20 – Washington, DC @ Red and Black
3/21 – Philadelphia, PA @ Khyber
3/22 – New York, NY @ Knitting Factory#
3/23 – Somerville, MA PA’s Lounge%
3/26 – Detroit, MI @ Scrummage University
3/27 – Chicago, IL @ Abbey Pub
3/28 – Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
3/29 – Fargo, ND @ Aquarium

* = w/ Parenthetical Girls
# = w/ WHY?
% = w/ Citay, White Hinterland

Panther on
Kill Rock Stars

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posted by Audio Pimpstress at 8:31 pm  

Tuesday, January 29, 2008



The release date for the HEARTSREVOLUTIONC.Y.O.A. REMIX 12″ contest will be on the 11th of March! The grand prize was snatched up by L.A.’s Dan Oh and his version will grace the 12″ alongside brand new remixes by Brodinski, Lazaro Casanova, CFCF and Lauren Flax. Flosstradamus and LA Riots just finished remixes for two of their tracks that will be part of the iheartcomix remix/Scion comp, out in March.

Even more exciting is that U.K. graphic designer/illustrator extraordinaire, KATE MOROSS, has done the artwork for this. Her work is absolutely brilliant!! Make sure to check her site. I had wanted to get her to do some revamping work on the Trash site however, the girl is beyond busy with a slew of projects, including new work for U.K. shop, Top Shop.

HEARTSREVOLUTION’S next EP, Switchblade, (check the LA Riots remix on their spaccceee) is being released on Isomorphs, Kate Moross’ record label, on 14th April, 2008 in the UK, with 200 Limited Edition vinyl art copies!! IHEARTCOMIX will release the Switchblade EP world wide on 13th of May, 2008.

Just so you get the full “C.Y.O.A” effect, it has been churned out by LISMR, Aluedius, Bill Eff, Edwin Van Cleef and Pink Enemy, so stay posted for these official blog releases. AND one more that I’ve heard that is absolutely STELLAR, which was worked up after the contest, by someone very close to this blog! Stay posted for that debut in the coming week!!

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posted by Lovestar at 6:31 pm  

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

David Lee Roth is Runnin From The Devil

Boy – he’s really feeling this, I have to say, i’m glad Van Halen made nice. They just were not same without David Lee Roth, these A Capella’s pretty much break it all down.

Van Halen – Runnin With The Devil

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posted by Audio Pimpstress at 1:19 pm  
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