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Torquato & Boghosian EP

21 Nov

Pitchpie proudly presents an album that was born in Brazil and made entirely by DJs and producers André Torquato & Paulinho Boghosian. Osunlade was the Executive Producer of this amazing work, worthy of our best critics. The tracks are being sold at Beatport and iTunes Store.

A little something about it:

Yoruba Records proudly presents Torquato & Boghosian. The first full length project from Torquato, this time alongside his newfound partner in crime, Boghosian. Since the success of the Niente Ep release, the two hailing from Brazil decided to create a full length to express the soulful, spitirual, artistic expression and love of african percussion and old school house mixed with more modern electronic timbres and vocals which at times are mere whispers, at times poems. With this project the duo went deep into their influences from deep house to world music in the attempt to translate their musical roots of brazil and beyond. We hope get in touch with the innermost and intimate feelings this album transmits to the soul.

http://soundcloud.com/osunlade/torquato-boghosian-album

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Damian Lazarus finds Get Lost 4

11 Aug

Besides being the classic DJ/producer duo, he is mostly known for being Crosstown Rebels’ trendy label big boss. Also, he mixed one of my favourite Fabric Series albums. Damian Lazarus is a massive name when it comes to house music nowadays. Now, he releases the 4th in the Get Lost DJ Mix series. This double vinyl sampler features five of the unreleased tracks made exclusively for this album. What i liked the most is the diversity : is features exclusive tracks from Chillean Techno heroine Dinky, to Berlin Legend Acid Paul, Barraca Music Dana Ruh, Guti’s cohort Shiva and Lithuanian groovesters Mario & Vidis.

The Get Lost series attempts to capture the magic of Crosstown’s own Get Lost parties on CD. Previous Get Lost series featured albums by Jamie Jones & Dinky. Jamie’s had good reviews as usual. Have a listen:

 

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Maya Jane Coles “Focus Now” EP

13 May

There are very few artists who have made as much impact in such a short space of time as Maya Jane Coles.  At only 23 years old she has burst the deep house scene far beyond UK frontiers. The front cover of the latest Mixmag is a statement that the kiddo who was first known for her “Humming Bird” chill-out EP is providing the world the most amazing music. Her DJ sets are also pretty amazing, have a listen to this.

Having already released works of art on labels like Mobilee, Hypercolour, Crosstown Rebels, Defected and Real Tone, her newest EP is comming out this monday (may 16th) through 2020Vision records. Entitled “Focus Now” it features 4 tracks. My favourite is cool sexy “Spaceless” but here’s all four of them, so you can have your own pick. Enjoy:




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Todd Terje “Ragysh” EP

14 Apr

Since his fantastic debut with house-friendly disco ‘Eurodans’ in 2004, Norwegian producer Terje Olsen has made quite a difference in the space-future disco scene. I wonder if the mustache has something to do with it… you can learn a bit more about his disco work here.

Rated 4 1/2 by Resident Advisor (probably the highest they ever rated an album before) Ragysh EP was released by Running Back Records, in early april. The compilation features 4 tracks, which you can preview at Juno.

The great part is that I fell in love with two of them, and those you can listen and download directly from PitchPie’s soundcloud, and you are very much welcome:

http://soundcloud.com/pitchpie/todd-terje-snooze-4-love

http://soundcloud.com/pitchpie/todd-terje-ragysh

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Introducing: Visionquest

22 Mar

Visionquest ‘collective’ features 4 most tallented artists from the north-american techno crib, Detroit: Seth Troxler, Shaun Reeves, Lee Curtiss and Ryan Crosson. As DJs and performers, in combination or solo, they command dancefloors with cosmic sounds, tracky bass bangers and a heavily stylized tone that they’ve cultivated from working together.

About the chosen name, Shaun goes pretty deep: “Visionquest has been something that has been happening throughout the course of mankind’s evolution of conciousness. In many ancient civilizations, and some indigenous tribes still present to this day, it is seen as a right of passage towards a new beginning. Sometimes it is used for healing purposes but more often involves an individual going alone into an unknown wilderness while fasting, seeking an vision or sign that will define the future course of their life.” Sort of reminds me of MGMT somehow.

The group has also put an effort on creating the Visionquest label. “Where The Freaks Have No Name” produced by Benoit & Sergio, was released on december 31st 2010. Have a listen:

http://soundcloud.com/getdowngood/sets/where-the-freaks-have-no-name-ep-vq001

Their first debut live will happen this weekend at fabric London, where Nicolas Jaar and Bernoit&Sergio will also be playing live acts within the next days (and you can cry on your fluffy pillow for not living in London). You can listen to the upcomming gig podcast here, featuring Visionquest’s Lee Curtiss and Shaun Reeves.

Want to know more about the fourtet? Pitchpie has put together three full length respectful remixes – from Bpitch’s Kiki, dOP and Bernoit & Sergio – for your pleasure, fun and knowledge. You can thank me later.

http://soundcloud.com/pitchpie/kiki-good-voodoo-visionquest

http://soundcloud.com/pitchpie/seuil-dop-prostitute

http://soundcloud.com/pitchpie/benoit-sergio-boy-trouble

Special thanks to Dubspot.

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Moby – Be The One EP

16 Feb

Probably as a promotional taste of his new album Destroyed, comming out in May, Moby has released his newest EP, Be The One, on post-Grammy / pre-Brit mess (wich has become a sort of trend, since Radiohead and Britney Spears have done the same). It is available at soundcloud and has 3 tracks: Be The One, Sevastopol and Victoria Lucas.

Go get it:

Here’s a pretty cool video made for the song Victoria Lucas, it’s actually a home video Moby has recorded in LA. There’s also one for Be The One but it’s kinda creepy. You won’t be seing it in my blog, sorry.

This is indeed a Moby song.

For further interviews and creepy videos, visit moby.com

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