Sweat It Out's newest recruits Crooked Colours have officially arrived with their maiden Sweat EP "In Your Bones".
Taking off from where they left us with 'Come Down', 'In Your Bones' is tight like prom night but with the swagger of a senior, combining tuned percussion with smooth as silk vox and a lil flex of their synth muscles as the track progresses…..some might call this a slow burner, we call it the sound of Crooked Colours.
It's set to be a massive year for these three lad's from Perth, currently on tour with our homies RÜFÜS they are priming themselves for a full scale national tour headline tour, taking their progressive electronic jams around the country to some of Australia's finest underground venues.
Tickets are on sale now from crookedcoloursmusic.com
"In Your Bones" is yours now from iTunes.
We are very proud to welcome Melbourne men Boot Action to the Club Sweat family with their brand spanking banging release "Bosun".
With possibly the wonkiest horn line ever, this is a Melbourne banger in the good sense of the word, the kind that gets dropped at Revolver, the kind that gets trainspotted every single time you play it. The b side, In The Mood, it ain't too shabby either.
Shown to us by RÜFÜS keyboard weapon JÜAN DU SOL who has not stopped dropping this in his DJ sets, we have a feeling these guys will become just as angelic to your ears.
Imagine the bastard child of Chromeo, The Gap Band and George Benson, but born in a post-pop world ruled by pianos, personal meltdowns and relationship highs. That's kinda where Yeah Boy lives (formerly one part of Parachute Youth) and his "Can't Get Enough" EP is his onomatopoeic entry into a domain that dances on the edges so right.
The three track EP is backed by an array of remixes for the title t
rack. Pete Tong darling Marlon Hoffstadt & HRSSN give it the right amount of cool club, the Geek v Vrv throw it back to real funk days, Sam Padrul keeps it nice and smooth and Sweat bad bois Go Freek turn in their now trademark g wonk gutter tech take on things.
After sitting pretty on the Hypem charts for two weeks and support from BBC 1's Zane Lowe and Annie Mac, I think we will be hearing a lot more of Yeah Boy this year.
Get in now on iTunes.
It's so important to be able to put music in boxes right? And have genres and sub-genres and sounds that come from the underground until they become copied to death? Well, we'd like to introduce to g wonk gutter tech, it's the newest genre there is and it's totally owned and controlled by our boys Go Freek. And it sums up this piece of digital wax, We Can Ride.
And its very ably backed by one of our best remix packs to date with supercool takes from Terace, Torren Foot, Craig Williams and Dom Dolla all of whom put their skills to work.
Go Freek are going big this year, currently owning the club charts and a full national tour on the cards, get in early and ride this gutter grind till the end.
Welcome back to club sweat our Belgian brother from another mother, Vhyce.Taking the best of what's gone before and adding it to the most futuristic sounds out there today, Vhyce has given us 3 cuts that add the jack to house and the bass to garage.
The title rack 'Bromelia' leads the pack with its sharp electronics that thrive on deap drivey bass, roomy enough to park any car of choice.
In true Club Sweat spirit, stalwart of the Melbourne (cool) club scene Mike Metro, has jacked a sample of a baby crying and turned it into one of the hookiest, quirkiest party tech tunes we've had the pleasure of releasing, funnily enough, called "Crybaby".
And the b side, "You Don't Call Me" - another party tech-bomb - may or may not be the pained longings of the vocalist he never called when he didn't reply to the ad he never placed.
Sydney producer Motez has officially arrived and is here to stay.
We are stoked to bring you his debut Sweat It Out release Promise Me, a two track EP that has announced him as a contender for 2014.
The title track Promise Me, is the best of 90's house piano perfectly juxtaposed with the drums and wavy chords of bass house, while Body Rock is that garagey bass house vibe that's rocking clubs right now, but the super interesting, well produced and musical version.
With the likes of Justin Martin, Claude Vonstroke, Gorgon City, Joyce Muniz, Bag Raiders and more all giving it their tick of approval and Disclosure inviting him on tour, its no wonder that blogs and radio shows worldwide are jumping aboard the Motez bandwagon.
My favourite song from my favourite album by my favourite band.
Ok, so you could accuse me of being biased, and I am, but i'm telling the truth here. Sundream is the fourth single to be lifted from the highly acclaimed debut album by RÜFÜS. And like them and everything they do, it's super slick, yet emotive, dancey, yet dreamy, large but yet somehow small at the same time. It's as home in the boiler room as it is in the car.
Currently touring the US and Europe, RÜFÜS will home soon to cap off their massive run of dates to bring in 2014.
Tickets available here.
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