We were lucky enough to get one of the first Analog Rytm(s) when released 3 weeks ago. It arrived just in time to be used on some of the tracks that are on our upcoming album “Parisian Dolls” (scheduled for release in mid-September).
Here is the third free loop pack from our Rockruepel Comp.Two series.
For this mini-loop pack, we did the drum programming with the Octatrack and the synth lines with the Analog 4. The Elektrons were tracked through the Rockruepel which just makes everything larger than life and recorded through our Metric Halo LIO audio interface.
The loops are 24bit and are ready to go as an Ableton Live set. If you don’t use Live, you can still open up the folder and pull the .AIFs for use in your audio program of choice.
The original is deep disco to die for. Big love! – Editor House Music with Love
GlamDisco’s third release “Can’t Control” premiere’s exclusively at WhatPeoplePlay.com on on Tuesday, September 17th followed by a rollout in all other digital stores such as Beatport and iTunes one week later on Tuesday, September 24.
Can’t Control includes fantastic remixes from Patrice Baumel, Carl Finlow, and Paris’s newest production duo – Steve Ko and Lucho Misterhands.
We did a custom soundtrack for the designer Ram Al Ali presentation during the July Haute Couture shows in Paris. This was Ram Al Ali’s 6th show in Paris and it was every well received by the fashion press.
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There are three tracks on the EP, the “Party Up” mix with some killer synth lines, Jerome Pacman’s super groovy remix, and the “Vocal Mix” which features a lovely little acapella break and the most complete vocals of the three different versions.
Listen to the promo edits:
During this seasons Prêt-à-Porter collections (Fall Winter 2013-2014) legendary designer Junko Shimada collaborated with the famous Parisian visual artist Gotscho to create a powerful, conceptual presentation entitled “T.O.T.E.M” instead of a traditional runway show. Continue Reading →
Our debut release “Metal Dragon” on our new label “GlamDisco” is a featured release on WhatPeoplePlay.com. The EP has two of our tracks “Metal Dragon” and “The Opium Dreams of Nikola Tesla” along with brilliant remixes by the amazing Indian duo BLOT! from Delhi.
We’ve received fantastic initial support & feedback from Colin Dale, Danny Howells, Orde Meikle, Noah Pred, James Teej, Downtown Party Network, Rebel, Claudio Coccoluto, and Tim Paris!
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Here’s the next instalment of our Live Machine Mix series. This live features about 65% original pre-release material along with a small “DJ” style section with tracks edited, layered and looped. All drums and percussion were done on the Machinedrum and the bass lines were done on the Spectralis.
We were very honoured to be part of French photographer Eric Bouvet’s new project “Love and Sex”. Eric Bouvet is one of the great “old school” reportage photographers who has covered every major global hot spot over the course of his 30 year career.
Raw video (un-edited) of the Arnys F/W 2012 – 2013 défilé featuring our original soundtrack. After the show is over and our soundtrack ends with some beautiful and soulful melodies, the models come out for the finale to the opening bars of Marylin Manson’s “The Beautiful People”.
We did a custom soundtrack for the Arnys fashion show presenting their Fall/Winter 2012 – 2013 Men’s Collection.
The soundtrack featured taiko drums mixed in with western orchestral elements and was inspired by the documentary on the incredible German choreographer Pina Bausch. The Creative Director of the show played us a short 45 second snippet of on of the tracks in the movie, and we decided to composed a piece of music using the Pina Bausch sample as the “break” in the centre of the soundtrack.
Unfortunately we did not get to see the show as we were backstage getting our music cues on our headsets!
I shot these photos backstage during the set up and rehearsals and just after the show was over using a Canon 5D with Zeiss lenses.
Laptop and iPhone Version
If you are listening using laptop speakers or on an iPhone/iPad, use this version.
Check out the video of us playing at Livetronik 2011 in Corsica. It’s a compilation video so you see pretty much the whole lineup of artists which include Magda, Anthony Collins, D’Julz, Patrice Baumel, Shonky, Jef K, Gregory Pepperpot, Jerome Pacman, Seuil, and Tolga Fidan (live).
Originally posted by Siddhu on 31 March, 2010 at 08:27
French artist Technasia’s new album “Central” is coming out on May 31st and it’s going to be BIG! Charles Siegling the producer and artist behind the moniker, spent over a year crafting his beautiful opus that as a true artist album, moves effortlessly through genres, soundscapes, and melodies defying the easy categorization so prevalent in electronic music today.
We were honored to be part of his project and worked with him writing and recording the vocals on “Jaya” and “Palankeen”.