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From the looks of it, Daft Punk is gearing up for a pretty big comeback. Their new tune "Derezzed" music video looks much like an advert for TRON. At the same time, you see the Daft Punk duo in the video... with NEW HEADGEAR?! I may be wrong but this just might be that "silence before the strom" You can tell that Disney will be doing huge things towards the release date of the film. So to ease the wait, here is the music video...
Here is a recap from our annual DEADBEAT DIGITAL RETRO BOAT PARTY, all in its HD glory! We had DB residents Voodoo Vandals & Edoe tearing it up playing loud music (to which I understand was clearly heard on the beach that afternoon) Next year will only be bigger and more bad ass!
Ps. After a mass response of people wanting the tune in the video... it is "Pendulum - The Island Pt.2"
Big’N’Hairy is proud to present the debut EP by Germany’s new blood in eclectic club sounds, Tim Turbo. The „Hush (Iggy, Iggy)/Linyora EP“ is brimful with tropical bass flavours, as well as state of the art house rhythms featuring an all new multinational dancefloor phenomenon on the vocals consisting of Gnucci Banana and her husband Spoek Mathambo. He is part of a new breed of African artists and hitting the world hard with his take on Afro- futurism. She is Yugoslavian and has been blowing minds with her sassy raps as well as her wild stage antics. They bang out lyrics in a mish mash of English, some Swedish and South African slang and are known for their astonishing live shows. (more...)
A bit of a change from the usual Deadbeat Digital postage, we are happy to bring you something that can quite possibly be remixed into a nice dubby tune. White Russia, an alternative/electronic band based from South London, has surfaced on our radars lately and we are very pleased with the tunes. A music video directed by Lee Mangan has caught our eyes too. Did I mention it was selected for the music category at the London Independant Film Festival 2010. Check out the video below, oh and dont forget to catch a listen to some other WR tunes via. their Soundcloud.
Canadian basshead Subvert stirred up quite a storm at Shambhala 2010. Special thanks for Wickedbad.net on posting up the mix. We at Deadbeat Digital are also proud to say we caught and posted the first video of Subvert playing his new bootleg of The Cranberries - Zombie (Subvert Remix) According to Subvert himself, it'll show up on the blog-o-sphere eventually.
For all of those whom dont know about SUBVERT, here is the rundown:
"Subvert – PK Sound / Muti Music / Shambhala Music Festival / Rottun Recordings
Subvert hails from Calgary, Alberta and his winding path in music started in 1996. Proof of his dedication to ‘Bass’ is in his track record of creating the world’s loudest competition vehicles, designing pK’s 100,000 watt sound system and managing the Village Stage at Shambhala Music Festival. He started DJing in 2000 and combined with his extensive work on sound systems and attention to precision sound, he was ultimately & naturally led down the path to creating his own music productions and once again the low frequencies consumed him. Subvert’s sound is a combination of throbbing, relentless basslines, melodic strings and haunting pianos singing through midtempo glitch / acid crunk and dubstep. His attention to detail and the ability to tune into ‘bass that works’ can be felt in all of his music productions.
It’s all about the bass…"
Mix, Video and Tracklist after the jump!!! (more...)