Hissy Fit readys EP for Aufect

Montreal producer Hissy Fit is getting set to release his new EP on Aufect Recordings. Featuring vocals from Hissy himself, Danielle Doiron and a remix by Vancouver’s HxDB, the EP is turning out to be… eargasmic. The full track listings and release date are still to be announced, but have a listen to what’s currently in store for us after the break.

Update (08/08/12): A couple remixes of “Heat Wave” by Toronto’s BSMNT and San Fran. Bay Area resident Reilly Steel were added to the EP’s growing roster. Check them out after the break.


Clark lets us in on a little secret

Clark is setting up release his next album “Iradelphic” on Warp Records on April 2/3rd, so he’s let us in on a little somethin’ somethin’

Check out the appropriately titled track, “Secret”, after the break.


Caravan Palace’s “Panic” and “Rock it for me” video

Caravan Palace’s sophomore album Panic was released earlier this week, and damn… it’s a been a long four years since their debut self-titled album.

They sure didn’t disappoint.
The album starts off with “Queens”, sweet and sultry, definitely the perfect place to start things off. “Rock it for me” features the lyrics of Bob Rothberg and Joseph Meyer from their tune “It Ain’t Right”, it is also the first music video produced from the album, which features a giant dancing robot, and interestingly shaped caricatures of the group. Panic‘s title track is a taste of something different from the group, if you’re a jazz buff it may not be for you, but its chopped up vocals, heavy kicks, and swing guitar and bass rhythms give me eargasms. The second last track on the album, “Beatophone”, has a most appropriate title, fusing everything that makes electro swing what it is, a perfect dance beat, blaring horns and, well, a swing.
The album ends as it begun, smooth. The track “Sydney” is a grand epic, full of bells, strings, percussions and of course, the beautiful voice of the lead vocalist, Sonia.

It’s up for purchase right now (WHOA) on iTunes.

Scuba – The Hope

An elephant and cool dances moves. They make a great music video. Check out “The Hope”, coming from Scuba’s upcoming album, Personality.

SBTRKT’s BBC Essential Mix

Since his debut, self-titled LP released this past summer, SBTRKT has been making headlines on every electronic music site that’s worth the time.

With his debut on BBC’s Essential Mix, we’ll be seeing much more of SBTRKT in the future. Maybe in a larger font?

The mix itself showcases this years greatest in electronic, including Brainfeeder’s Flying Lotus, fellow Montrealer Jacques Greene and a track from Rustie’s newly released debut LP “Glass Swords”

Have a listen on the BBC Radio 1 website. No longer available.

Download the BBC broadcast

Tracks after the break.