Joe Goddard from Hot Chip has produced this shifting remix of the Invisible’s track ‘London Girl’. The original has never before been released and will be exclusive to their performance at FABRICLIVE on the 5th March. A mysterious start opens up to fantasising landscape before delving into some distorted oscillations.

The Invisible – London Girl (Joe Hot Chip Remix) [320]


Hundereds of sprayed wooden blocks, 4085 photographs and this captivating video was created. It surpasses temporal awareness and creates a synthetic engagement between visual and aural perception.

Music by Nobody Beats The Drum, which can be downloaded free here.

Making of after the click

I am pleased to post an exclusive mix for Pejhy. Sam King is a Bournemouth based dj (Samson), promoter (Get Loose) and producer (Wetrooms). Due to the difficult decision of what to incude, Sam had the idea to select a small batch that would spell something. It’s a five track mix of deep house delights, featuring some tropical jazz grooves. PEJHY!

The following track is Wetrooms debut remix release on it_Tizz Recordings, a swaying deep bass and reverberating brass gentle giant. It along with their other early productions, such as a competition remix of Riva Starr’s ‘I Was Drunk’, which I have been playing recently, sound big potential.

I came across this after listening to some wonderful sound found at  K&VSygriae, who is also a member of Jazzanova, released the Monopoly EP on Room With A View in July 2009. It features two groovy jazz-house originals and a remix each. Marlow is another RWAV artist and has created a gentle builder that includes tropical rhythm and tight square bass. A big melodic synthy breakdown tops it all off.

Sygaire – Monopoly (Marlow Raw Cut Perspective)

Available from Boomkat for an amazing £1.95 on 12″, while stocks last!

Dj Orion has been making waves for a little while now, recently featured at TheFader and Dutty Artz. He has just released a new album called Carajo Colombia, and you can get it for whatever you want to pay for it!

‘The album, ‘Carajo Colombia’, consists of thirteen tracks. The album focuses most notably on Cumbia and it is presented in a more club fashion, remixing funk, hip-hop and Baltimore Club music intermittently to produce a high-energy coagulation of musical magic.’

Here is a lovely little number. Nice Puerto Rican salsa with a cheeky lick of bass. Sabrosito Papa!

Boriqueneando – Orion Edit