Archives for the month of: September, 2009

Oh dear..

I Just received an exclusive top-secret unreleased remix from BRAIN MATTERS out of AUS entitled “HEY NOW-BRING THAT”.

The only way you can hear this dope track is to come out to a show! i’m sneaky like that.)

10/1 FILM PREMIER @ KIRKLAND PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
10/2 FREE DANCE @ KTUB
10/2 RHS BATTLE OF THE BANDS (AS NIGHT TERRORS)
10/16 @ ZIPPY’S LOUNGE
11/6 FREE DANCE @ KTUB

http://www.myspace.com/brainmattersdjs

PHANTOM
n’ Stuff


Hi.

Ahh the UK. So wonderful…

“Exploding onto the scene at the end of 2008 with remixes of The
Secret Machines and Crystal Fighters, KiD COLA immediately caught
the attention of music fans, producers and radio shows around the
globe.
Within months this 21-year-old producer has had tracks played on
Radio 1 and Kiss FM as well as featuring in IDJ magazine. Along the way
he’s won over such scene luminaries as Kissy Sell Out, Andy George &
Jaymo , Loose Cannons and Frankmusik.
The hype has led to KiD COLA djing all around the U.K. He’s
appeared alongside upcoming artists like Grum and Fenech-Soler as
well as high profile sets supporting the likes of Laidback Luke at
London’s Matter
Now with his first single ‘First Floor Elevator’ out on Parisian label
Madame Visage and more releases on the way we can all expect big
things from this young producer in 2010…”

Here’s some free tunage..

Small Print (KiD COLA Remix).mp3

Along with a preview of his new compilation CD..

http://www.myspace.com/kidcola
http://twitter.com/kidcola
http://www.facebook.com/kidcola

PHANTOM
n’ Stuff

City Calm Down are:

Jack Bourke (vocals/synthesizer/samples),
Sam Mullaly (synthesizers/sequencers/saxophone),
Jeremy Sonnenberg (bass guitar),
Michael Quirk (drums/percussion).

“City Calm Down is a live electronic four piece from Melbourne, Australia. With varying degrees of influence stemming from post-punk, disco, jazz, and techno they’re making an interesting brand of electronic dance pop. Their live show involves extensive use of samplers, synthesizers, sequencers and drum modules as well as the use of more traditional instruments such as bass guitar, saxophone, voice and kit.

They are currently working on their debut E.P which includes internet only release ‘You Can Have It So Much Better’. The track will be available for free download on Myspace August 30.”

“Behind the trendy haircuts and skinny-leg jeans were some talented musicians playing some killer dance songs. One number, ‘You Can Have It So Much Better’ featured a little saxophone, sounding like ‘Baker Street’ on ecstasy. Like some sort of Depeche Mode/New Order/Pet Shop Boys mash up, It was an exciting performance to watch, everyone was moving, both on the stage and in the crowd.”

The AU Review – http://www.theaureview.com

“City Calm Down reminds me of the new wave acts of the 80’s – Depeche Mode, New Order even a hint of INXS. With a little more time in the studio and on the live circuit these guys could very well be the band to dance to in 2009.”

Adrian Karvinen, A&R, Universal Music

Right From Right.mp3

Right From Right (MXQ Remix).mp3

You Can Have It So Much Better.mp3

You Can Have It So Much Better (John Hilaire Remix).mp3

http://www.myspace.com/citycalmdownmusic

PHANTOM


Party people,

I’m sure you’ll be hearing CALVERTRON’s music in my sets for all these shows coming up, i can’t wait!

“Calvertron was the producer from the duo Twocker who caused a bit of a stir in 2008, he has unleashed his work on many renowned labels worldwide including Ministry of Sound, Cr2, Wearhouse, U&A, PBR, Instereo & Toolroom to name a few. Real name Alex Calver he has been releasing many different forms of electronic music since 2002 under various guises and has dj’d in every corner of the globe. Alex has well over 100 12″ vinyls under his belt and since the demise of wax decided to launch a digital label called ‘Jack Knife Records’. The label has already seen some great releases from producers such as DJ Bam Bam, Gigi Barocco, Zodiac Cartel, Aniki, Tom EQ, Kyle Watson, Blatta & Inesha, Bryan Cox & Calvertron with a host of exciting projects on the way.”

SEPTEMBER 2009 MIX.mp3

http://www.myspace.com/calvertronica

PHANTOM


PATCHWORK: The gift that keeps on giving..

String Project.mp3

http://www.myspace.com/patchworkdj

PHANTOM