Various Items #1

2 08 2009

Label: I’m A Cliché
Digital Release Date: July 21, 2009

Azari – “Hungry For The Power”

Cosmo Vitelli’s I’m A Cliche compilation

Here’s I’m A Cliché very first compilation, celebrating five years of existence. The label, founded by Cosmo Vitelli, has released 12’’ by artists and producers such as Simian Mobile Disco, Yuksek, Bot’Ox, Runaway, Quiet Village, Tacteel and Tekel among others. The first CD, called Overtime, features all the tracks that we view as the label’s classics such as ‘The Mighty Atom’ by Simian Mobile Disco, ‘Everywhere in Town’ by Yuksek, ‘Crashed Cadillac’ by Bot’Ox, ‘Putting in the Overtime’ by Runaway or ‘Delayer’ by Cosmo Vitelli. The second CD, ‘Holiday’ is all about brand new tracks exclusive to this compilation. It’s a journey through musical genres, from radical rock’n’roll (The Fear, side project of Milo Smee from English weirdos Chrome Hoof) to Surf Music (‘Purple and Green’ by Electronicat or ‘Grease’ by It’s A Fine Line, side project of Ivan Smagghe and Tim Paris). Don’t miss the huge ‘Hungry for the Power’ by Azari & III, a proper hit this year for sure.


‘Sun People’
Digital Release Date: Out Now
CD Release Date: August 18, 2009

Digital Press Kit:

Free download of CD track ‘Sun Children’ (feat the Real Live Show)

Watch the video for ‘Sun Children’ (feat the Real Live Show)

FREE Stream of the entire album (HTML Code)

ESL Music celebrates the digital release of Nickodemus’ new solo album Sun People by offering fans across the planet a free stream of the music in its entirety. Available via Topspin, we encourage tastemaking bloggers and music sites to post the “Sun People” streaming player so they may expose music lovers to this extremely diverse and talented artist. Sun People IS the soundtrack of summer – it was crafted by Nickodemus for people who love the sun, sunshine and brighter days to come. Sun People mixes positive sonic vibes from all over the globe with collaborators spanning 10 different countries. Recording artists The Real Live Show guests on the uplifting Hip-Hop jam “Sun Children” while Quantic lends his unmistakable groove on the Salsa Ritmo of “La Lluvia.” Not to be outdone, Brazilian songstress Liliana Araujo features on the hot samba of “Gira Do Sol” while Mandingo vocalist Ismael Kouyate lends his Afro-beat groove to “N’Dini.”


Pablo Bolivar
“Looking For A Shape (Deepak Sharma & Dieter Krause Remix)”


“Looking For A Shape” Out now on Beatport!

Nothing says summer like some crunching minimal techno, right? Well the ninth release on Deepak Sharma’s Hidden Recordings features Barcelona-based techno star Pablo Bolivar and its muy caliente! Known for groovy vibes and warm atmosphere, Pablo’s “Looking For A Shape” features two fantastic tracks that work well on any high humidity dance floor. The track was also remixed by Deepak Sharma + Dieter Krause to offer a deeper, more energetic touch with loads of bone rattling percussion.


Just Do The Dada
Label: The Hours
Release Date: September 8, 2009


FREE download of CD track
“Happy Hands And Happy Feet”

Watch the wrasslin’ dance floor stomping video for
“Happy Hands And Happy Feet”

Dada Life is the brainchild of Stockholm-based Olle Corneer and Stefan Engblom. In the summer 2006, Dada Life released “Big Time” on Mylo’s Breastfed label and DJs all over got their first taste of the duo. Since then, there has been a steady stream of hit records from “The Great Fashionista Swindle,” “Vote Yes” and “Fun Fun Fun” to this spring’s “Happy Hands And Happy Feet” EP. Dada Life’s music is adored by both an eclectic mix of DJ talent – including David Guetta, Tiësto, Eric Prydz, Altern 8, Crookers and Don Rimini. Here’s a look into their forthcoming artist CD with the track “Happy Hands And Happy Feet.”




One response

24 08 2009
Teleskopik Recordings

I’m A Cliché- excellent compilation – do not miss out …

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