UK Dubstep beast Trolley Snatcha hsa dropped a bass ridden bomb, wrapped up in his ‘Subtext‘ EP which is being released on Dub Police records on 13th Feb. From the previews on iTunes, this track stands out the most for me – but have a look for yourself and see what you think!
Real name Zack Kemp, Trolley Snatcha is a regular on the live dubstep scene in The UK but has plans to hit up the US & Canada very soon so get ready to get your sweaty wob wob dance moves on.
Trolley Snatcha – Make My Whole World
Make My Whole World.mp3
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We first heard of French Singer/Songwriter Alice Michel as we combed through the web looking for new songs to add to our Indie Dojo playlist and stumbled upon her cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love”. As we all know, covering the classics is definitely not an easy feat to conquer, so, not gonna lie, but there was a tiiiiiny bit of hesitation to take a moment to listen. So glad we did though, cause Michel threw us as far from disappointment as she possibly could. And although her rendition was beautifully unique, her latest release, “The Weather In Your Head” is something she can call her own. Using the same hauntingly simplistic style, she somehow finds a way to completely fill a song with nothing more than strings, a little piano, some simple harmonies, and the “never gets old” hand-clap. It’s sweet yet captivatingly ominous perfection.
And for our french readers, make sure you guys check out Alice Michel play at Le Sunset, March 13. More info here.
In the lead up to their highly anticipated debut album, ‘The Slideshow Effect’, Toronto dream-pop duo Memoryhouse have shared a second track from the release. ‘Walk With Me’ slowly builds from a smooth, dreamy intro into a magnificent indie pop crescendo and further reinforces Memoryhouse’s earlier promises that this will be their year.
‘The Slideshow Effect’ is out 28th February via Sub Pop.
Season 5 Episode 4. WOW. What I love about Californication? Hilarity right from the start. Without giving too much away, Hank gets a surprise visit form a lovely (and equally mentally crazy) friend from New York. Lets get right to the soundtracks featured on “Waiting For The Miracle”. Continue reading
Whiskers might as well be the name of a starving African lion just about devour a frightened baby zebra. And the latest collab track between Feed Me and fellow Britain producer Geimini, is not too far from being just that. “Whiskers” is the first preview of Feed Me’s soon to be released EP on February 6th through Mau5strap records. With a slow and calculated start of an assailing melodic note progression, ever growing with speed and intensity, the song finally is able to drop with a rewording feast of pure dubstep. Mau5strap has started the year strong, already releasing Moguai latest EP, reworked tracks from Deadmau5 and now a small preview of what it looks to be a promising (still unmaned) EP from Feed Me.
Stream Only: Feed Me & Gemini – Whiskers
Feed Me Gemini
Unfortunately we don’t have the full Wolfgang Gartner track to share with you today, but we think you’re going to be pretty stoked with this short preview. This little clip displays a slightly different sound than what we’re used to from him – and we really like it.
There and Back, which drops on Beatport Tuesday, has a big-room-anthem feel to it. There’s not a lot of his signature chopped up, hard electro. Instead there’s a really catchy synthy build up that is sure to get hands in the air.
Did I read that right? Tupac Shakur and Pink Floyd in the same title of the song? Ok, I was intrigued but extremely skeptical. Leave it to the guys of Capital Cities to turn me into a believer. Their interpretation of Breath, from Pink FLoyd’s infamous The Dark Side of the Moon album, is surprisingly refreshing. With a cleaner instrumentation, brighter melodies and pitch perfect vocals, Capital Cities pays tribute to a classic in the most honorable way. Not to mention Tupac lends a couple of verses increasing the awesomeness of the track. Is it just me or every time I hear Tupac I can’t help but to think about the famous skit from Dave Chappelle?
A chill and modern rendition of a classic with a beautiful and welcoming twist. You can download more music from Capital Cities off their facebook.
Breathe (Pink Floyd cover).mp3
Breathe (Pink Floyd cover).mp3