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New Gods ft. Jay Prince & Oscar Jerome

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New Gods’ marks the welcome return of the London artist whose music draws from a wide-ranging palette of influences including jazz, soul, hip-hop, house and electronica and has previously seen him handpicked by Bonobo to provide support on his World Tour. ‘New Gods’ perfectly encapsulates what Catching Flies is all about and sees him collaborating with two of London’s brightest stars: Jay Prince and Gilles Peterson favourite Oscar Jerome.

The Cover Mix: RÜFÜS DU SOL

LA-based Australian three-piece RÜFÜS DU SOL are steadily becoming one of the world’s most popular live electronic acts. Their third album looks like it will be the tipping point for a band Pete Tong says „are about to hit a whole new level”

Kartell – Shade ☰ Summer Tape

Shade : Comparative darkness and coolness caused by shelter from direct sunlight

Next gigs :

09.12 – New-York
10.04 – Bangkok
10.05 – Singapore
10.06 – Jakarta
10.11 – Shenzen
10.12 – Shanghai
10.13 – Seoul
10.19 – Kyoto
10.20 – Tokyo

BOOKING :
alix@a-k-a.fr (France)
adam.ogushwitz@Unitedtalent.com (North/South America)
antoine@divine-musique.com (Europe)
samy@cliche-booking.com (Asia/Middle East/Pacific)

MANAGEMENT :
edouard.lange@savoirfairecie.com

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Sterling Void – It’s Alright (Adesse Versions Remix)– [EARMILK Exclusive]

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Thirty years ago, British youth culture was changed forever. The Summer of Love in 1988 saw House music spread like wildfire over the country, with thousands of young people dancing in fields, clubs and any spaces they could find.

One of the tracks that truly encapsulated this magical time was Stirling Void’s ‚It’s Alright’. Originally released on Chicago’s seminal label DJ International, the spine-chilling lyrics of positivity resonated in the hearts and minds of the Acid House generation and are more relevant in today’s climate than ever. To celebrate 30 years since the Summer of Love, Toolroom is proud to present a monumental remix package of this all-time classic, alongside the fully re-mastered original.

First up on remix duties is one of house music’s most intriguing artists. Adesse Versions has a back catalogue of highly sought-after records, and he’s treated this remix with utmost respect, keeping the track’s essence and identity, but adding a new layer of raw warmth and subliminal melody. House legend DJ Spen has stepped up to the plate with his own interpretation. His jazzy, soulful keys have added a layer of polish and musicality to the track, which combine beautifully with Paris Brightledge’s iconic vocals.

Boss-man Mark Knight has aimed squarely for the dancefloor. Adding energy, drive and momentum, he’s created a version that can be played out in peak time sets across the globe. And finally Amine Edge & Dance bring their trademark stripped-back, bumpy grooves which will no-doubt bring this classic to the next generation of young clubbers looking to lose themselves on the dancefloor.

SUIT N TIE

WOOO just found out that I hit 20K on soundcloud!! It’s been 4 years since I started making beats and I’m still making baby steps, but forever love you whoever you are for tuning in for me

telescope (feat. SITA)

telescope
@sitamusic @sitamusic @sitamusic

3/5
it’s all i can see

lyrics:

True, i should’ve noticed
i should’ve spoken up before we caught
tangled in an empty love

take what you think you wanted
it doesnt do as good to memorize
details of another time

oh never too hard follow you heart

we can both leave it all behind
washed away with the morning light
oh

stop looking through the telescope
find out what really matters most
oh

words put into motion
rise and fall forever changing shapes
light as air carrying weight

life flitters in silence
nobody knows how much there is to spend
fighting for a better end