By Mary Chang on Friday, 14th January 2011 at 10:00 am
Delta Maid will be releasing her first single, ‘Of My Own’, on 18 April 18th (17 April on iTunes). her debut album, ’Outside Looking In’, will follow in May (to be released on Geffen / Future Records). As I’m pretty excited about these upcoming released, I am well pleased to be able to offer the stream below of Delta’s song ‘The Changes Made’, a short but gorgeously sweet little tune that showcases her beautiful voice. Raw, pure talent. (If you’re like to download the song, head on over to her Facebook page.)
By Mary Chang on Thursday, 13th January 2011 at 10:00 am
Check out this track, ‘Disconnected’, by Jazz Morley. Until today, this track was only available purchased at her live shows as part of ‘The Creaky Grand Sessions’ EP. (You can buy this EP on her tour in the upcoming weeks.)
It distills everything I like about her: raw emotion sung in Morley’s beautiful voice, accompanied by similarly emotive piano chords. Incidentally, Morley wrote the song for her brother, who was then serving in Afghanistan. We’re happy to report he’s returned safe and sound.
By Mary Chang on Wednesday, 12th January 2011 at 10:00 am
So we’ve been given the go-ahead to give away the first (well, first official) remix of done of a song by the View. This one of ‘Friend’ is by London’s 2 Bears, who have also remixed Toddla T and have appeared on Annie Mac and Rob Da Bank’s Radio1 playlists. It’s the kind of remix that definitely splits opinion – have at it in the comments.
By Mary Chang on Tuesday, 11th January 2011 at 10:00 am
One of the most vitriolic songs of Darwin Deez‘s self-titled debut album, ‘Bad Day’, has been remixed by the beat boys of Javelin, the electronic duo from Brooklyn by way of Providence, Rhode Island. I really like the remix – it adds a dance sensibility ‘face’ to the track. You can listen and download the track below.
By Mary Chang on Monday, 10th January 2011 at 10:00 am
Canadian dance duo Chromeo is offering up a free download of the Duck Sauce (described on MySpace as “Armand Van Helden and A-Trak making house music and eating Chinese food” – what?) remix of their song, ‘Hot Mess’. You can listen and download the remix below. If you want to compare it to the original, watch the strange promo video taking place in a police precinct for the song (possibly NSFW). Compare, contrast and comment.