Release: Shoe Prints in the Dust¬†
Label: One Little Indian
Atomic drum & guitar duo God Damn have announced a deal with One Little Indian and will release their debut album via the label in 2014. With earlier single releases via Distorted Tapes & Gravy, the band‚Äôs first One Little Indian release is devastating new single ‚ÄėShoe Prints In The Dust‚Äô & ‚ÄėIt‚Äôs A Pity‚Äô two new songs recorded at the legendary Toe Rag studios with explosive alchemy.
Hailing from the Black Country, God Damn fuse ‚ÄėBleach‚Äô era Nirvana, Jesus Lizard, ‚ÄėSurfer Rosa‚Äô era Pixies and At The Drive In influences whilst swearing allegiance to: Hendrix, Homme, Cash, White, Page, Bonham and Eagles of Death Metal. Previously supporting the likes of Superfood, Wet Nuns, Icarus Line and Gay For Johnny Depp, the band have been out playing packed headline shows this January and supporting The Wytches.
Release: Versatile / Secret Secret¬†
Label: Future Classic
‘Versatile / Secret Secret’ is the debut release on Future Classic from France’s 123MRK, AKA Arthur Blin. The two track release embodies flavours of Disclosure, SBTRKT and Flume, to name a few.
Most recently, 123MRK has remixed Flume’s ‘Holdin On’ that was included on the ‘Flume: Deluxe Edition’ released November 2013. Previously, 123MRK had released a single via the Parisian label, Sound Pellegrino, home to Harvard Bass, L-Vis 1990 and many others.
Artist: Cider Sky
Release: Flames (The Mixes)
Label: Curveball Records
Acclaimed LA based electronic indie pop duo Cider Sky unleash their debut EP “Flames” on their very own Curveball Records. The Remix EP features an incredibly strong package across the spectrum of current dance music colours.
Up and coming Germans In : Deed deliver 2 sublime efforts which re inforces why chart topping Tube & Berger have been so keen to secure their services for Kittball Records. The In : Deed Absolute Pop mix cements Cider Sky’s original as an indie dance anthem…
…while the In : Deed Club Mix continues the Dortmund tradition of deep and melodic house. Next up is mysterious Iranian genius’ Habischman with a cavernous reverb soaked techer that suitably follows up his recent work for Get Physical and will be sure to rock the deeper floors. And finally the much talked about prodigy that is Zak Moya goes for the big room jugular across the Progressive leaning Zak Moya Remix and the darker Zak Moya Trance Dub.
Artist: Dear Frederic
Label: Cult Nation
Genre: Alternative Indie Pop
After four years of penning music for and taking to the road with Montreal mainstay Winter Gloves, producer and multi-instrumentalist Charles F Huot has returned to the studio as synth-pop act Dear Frederic.
Dear Frederic welcomes us into the intimacy of its creative journey that led its leader in a natural progression to a mature and a refined new venture.