Mixhell are a Brazilian electro duo Iggor Cavalera and Laima Leyton, who recently teamed up with Mutado Pintado (Paranoid London) and Joe Goddard on the Crocodile Boots EP after some jam sessions post-DJing in 2015.
Now Soulwax have remixed the track which was recently trailed in their Beats 1 2×2 show, and comes on a remix package alongside Goddard and Party Nails.
It’s a banger that has that recent Deewee magic and comes with a video directed by Mutado Pintado:
Iggor Cavalera says “this video is an amazing compilation of mad ideas from Mutado’s brain mixed with the low-fi images of Laima and himself on a duet between the confused red neck and a Portuguese/Brazilian spoken girl.”
Reggae producer and vocal legend Lee “Scratch” Perry plays The Bowery in Rathmines on Sunday March 19th. Tickets are €25+ from Eventbrite. He also plays Glaway and Belfast that week.
Aiken are also bringing singer-songwriter Joan Shelley, who has a new Jeff Tweedy-produced album on the way on May 4th in Whelan’s Upstairs. Tickets priced €13 go on sale this Wednesday 11 January at 10am through Whelan’s, TM & usual outlets nationwide.
DFA’s synth pop and disco dons returned this week.
Previewed last night and released today, ‘Crime Cutz’ is a return to form for the New York duo on DFA Records. Nick Millhiser and Alex Frankel’s best work walks the line between synth-pop and disco and this new seven minute tune struts it including an appearance from the East Coast Inspirational Singers Choir.
The song is taken from an EP out April 29th.
Paranoid London feat. Mutato Pintado
Filthy squelchy acid.
Originally released in 2014 on vinyl only, the music on the English electronic duo’s recent self-titled album lives up to their limited self-promotion (no press shots). Available digitally since November, their Tiga-esque acid house music (they feature on Tiga’s recent album No Fantasy Required) with an electro feel has been finding new fans, myself included. Sometimes all you need is a synthesizer and some minimal grooves to get your point across.
A to the point manifesto works too:
“If you like your music melodic, deep, well made & produced jog on. This is the real deal: dirty, repetitive music for DJs & dancers. ha-how-ha-how-ha-how-ha-howse nae shon.”
DJDS – You Don’t Have to Be Alone
Rostam – Wood
White Denim – Ha Ha Ha Ha (Yeah)
The Altered Hours – Saviours
Flume – Smoke & Retribution (feat. Vince Staples & Kučka)
Empress Of – How Do You Do It
Beauty Sleep – The Dark
Polica – Wedding
Moderat – Bad Kingdom
Chairlift – Moth to the Flame
Anderson .Paak – Am I Wrong (feat. ScHoolboy Q)
Little Green Cars – Easier Day
Youth Lagoon – 17
Reykjavíkurdætur – Reykjavíkurdætur
Daniel Avery – Knowing we’ll Be Here (KiNK Remix)
Evelyn Thomas – High Energy
Janet Jackson – What Have You Done For Me Lately?
Jungle – Julia (Soulwax Remix)
Paranoid London – Transmission 5 (with Mutado Pintado)
Solar Bears – Wild Flowers
Damien Lynch – The Heights
Katy B – Calm Down
Fort Romeau – Secrets & Lies