(Hot Natured v Robin Thicke)
DJ CHICUS EDIT
(Hot Natured v Robin Thicke)
DJ CHICUS EDIT
DITHER DOWN returns with the new EP from Travmatic & Marosy that evokes a classic house sound and updates it with a unique twist. “BODY MOVE” is a jacking, peak tune that centers around an infectious vocal sample, while “GOT TO WORK” recalls early STRICTLY RHYTHM. BOXWORK and TOUGH LOVE remix.
Out 26 August on Dither Down
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Galaxians are from LEEDS. They play dance music on instruments - Live Drums & Synths. Dither Down is proud to be putting out their new EP this fall.
Jed Skinner (synths and programming)
Matt Woodward (Drum set and programming).
Got To Work (Tough Love Remix) - Travmatic & Marosy
Travmatic & Marosy - Body Work EP
Vinyl out August 5th
Digital August 12
For their upcoming EP, Body Move (Dither Down), Travmatic and Marosy sought out to create something that immediately evokes a classic house sound but updates it with their own fresh take on the genre. Their recent foray into music production was the next, logical step for a couple of kids who grew up obsessing over all shades of dance music and have recently been drawing inspiration from a variety of labels such as Henry Street Music, Dust Traxx, Dirtybird, and Get Physical. They have put on shows and DJed together for many years and have recently been heard around town at the roaming Kaviar Disco Club parties, which have been notable for bringing likeminded artists such as Claptone, Club Cheval, and Homework to NYC for the first time.
Their latest release, on Dither Down, showcases two original productions, along with remixes courtesy of Boxwork and Tough Love. “Body Move” is a jacking, peak time tune that centres around an infectious vocal sample, while “Got To Work” features classic sounding piano stabs that recalls some of the finer moments from the Strictly Rhythm back catalog. Catch Travmatic and Marosy in NYC, DJing everywhere from late night gigs in sweaty clubs to airy rooftops on sunny summer afternoons.
DITHER DOWN PRESENTS
A NEW SINGLE & VIDEO BY
GAZELLE (FEATURING JOGYO & DEVI MAMBOUKA)
OUT ON APRIL 22, 2013
"Run, but don’t run away" opens the chorus of this new single, a unique collaboration between South African musician Gazelle, Dither Down mainstay Jogyo and vocalist Devi Mambouka. 3 NYC-based transplants of African descent who have come together to create an invocation to "Change your perspective" and "Face your fears." The result is "R.U.N", an acronym of sorts that Jogyo says means "Remember Union Now."
Also included on the single is a spaced out vocal remix from Sao Paulo via NYC dub legend Strikkly Vikkly aka Victor Rice. The single concludes with the Strikkly Vikkly Dub version that strips the track back down to its African core.
DId you know that Prince Rama remixed Saadi’s last single on Dither Down, Snowyman?
"Go To Sleep" is back in the top 20 of the German Club Charts (Week#2) at #17. Woot!
33Hz - Stephanie All Night (Whatever/Whatever Remix)
Out everywhere including iTunes
Out 17 December, 2012
The Whatever/Whatever Remix of 33Hz' “Stephanie All Night.”
Art by Lee Trice.
Taking Jogyo’s RUDE BOY to the refreshing land of funky nu disco house, is Whatever/Whatever, a new production DJ collaboration from veteran NYC DJ’s Justin Strauss and Bryan Mette.
Along with being the resident DJ at the Mudd Club, The Ritz, Area, Tunnel and Limelight, among many others, Strauss has remixed artists ranging from Depeche Mode to Luther Vandross to 808 State & Beyonce and in 1974, his band Milk n’ Cookies was signed to Island Records. The man is legendary.
Mette, has previously released records and mixes under the name Carlton Banks. Their recent projects have included remixes for 2 Door Cinema Club, Jacques Green, Chinese Flash Mob, Yacht, Lenny Kravitz, and Foster The People.
Out now on Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/release/rude-boy-remixes-ep/960467
Everywhere Oct 2
The Magician put Eli Escobar’s Remix of Walker & Royce’s “Little Things" on his latest Magic Tape — out now on Dither Down
Already in high demand due to his immensely popular NYC parties, including Brooklyn’s Tiki Disco and the weekly Night People at Le Bain at the Standard, Lloydski is now applying that earned NYC style and swagger to his own original productions..
Lloydski’s debut single on Dither Down Records, “Go To Sleep,” is a late night plea for sanity. Produced by Lloyd along with help from Dither Don Tim Wagner (33Hz), “Go To Sleep” is a playful, downtempo, electro disco track that recalls early 80s italo and new wave while being a thoroughly modern affair.
Remixes on the single are courtesy of Mexico City wunderkind and Electrique Records label manager, La Royale. Born in 1990, La Royale loves cats, drum machines and his SH101.
NYC RELEASE PARTIES:
Sat. 9/1 Night People @ Le Bain at the Standard
w/ La Royale, Lloydski, Blu Jemz and Eli Escobar
Sunday 9/2 @ Tiki Disco at Roberta’s (Bushwick)
w/ La Royale, Lloydski, Andy Pry and Eli Escobar