Stream the brand new mix from Curses! exclusively for Marble Music. Curses made his official return at Miami WMC this year and reconnected with his old Parisian crew. Curses', Determination Mix for May 2013 is now live on the Marble Soundcloud, packed with exclusives, this will be followed by a double A-Side release of ‘So Good’ and ‘Deep In The Night’, due May 27th on Marble.
posted by admin – 4/30/13 2:10 PM
Some may remember the infamous Parisian label, Institubes from a few years back. Para One, Surkin, Das Glow, Bobmo, and Curses! were just a few of the hard hitting house acts. After a long hibernation since 2008, and just in time for the apocalypse, Curses! returns to play a 3 hour set at Night People, Le Bain at The Standard Hotel - 848 Washington Street, NYC.
Here is a new mix of all dark deep house and techno vibes, including one of my latest songs "911", coming out in 2013.
posted by Drop the Lime – 12/20/12 3:17 PM
Adding to the litany of epic Deathface shows on the horizon, tonight he's conjuring from the decks at the Knitting Factory for the Dizzyland Deathrave. It's a lineup to die for, including Triple Six Sound Club, GLASS TEETH, a drag show, and more. Check out the full details on the Facebook event, and get tickets.
posted by Anonymous – 10/25/12 1:27 PM
Samo Sound Boy is back with a new EP slated to drop on 9/25 on his Body High imprint co-run with Jerome from LOL Boys. You can stream a preview right now, but I'm fairly sure you'll be pickin this one up asap. 5 Dollar Paradise is some foot movin warehouse action, replete with acid aesthetics, deep beats, club samples, and a techy drive. West Side!
posted by Anonymous – 9/20/12 3:54 PM
Detroit: The New Dance Show “Elevator Up”
Midgets doing the splits. An unroasted chicken dancing. Rainbow tie-dye jumpsuits. A giant Tupac head. Upskirt shots. “Cosmic Raindance.” And butts. So, so many butts. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then this video of Detroit’s The New Dance Show is worth a quadrillion. Every episode of this show (which ran from the late ’70s to mid-2000s in the D) is tight as hell, but this one makes me crazed. The time between 3:11 and 3:30 is so bugged out I could watch it on a loop forever and ever. And the music is my shiiiit—this is bass music. This really makes me think about how people have really de-funked techno since these times… you know, when I’m not busy doing the Tootsie Roll.
posted by Star Eyes – 9/20/12 12:17 PM