The next musical offering from No.19 comes in the form of the single ‘Robot Heart’, a record almost destined to be a classic before its creation. The title comes from the infamous desert parties of the same name, that Robot Heart that burners chase through the desert on bikes deep into the Playa to partake in one of the world’s most enigmatic events. It´s been praised by the likes of Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the best parties on earth and continues to top the list for djs lucky CONTINUE READING
My Favourite DJ is a feature series on Resident Advisor with a pretty simple concept: We ask DJs to talk about their favourite DJs. Up-and-coming talents, legendary names and local scene stalwarts are all fair game. We purposely leave the door wide open for interpretation from our participants to encourage a range of answers. In this edition, we've focused our attention on DJs with UK ties to highlight the best of the best.
Subb-an finds Shaun Reeves to be among the most down-to-earth CONTINUE READING
Today, an awesome short clip video has been released of the baddest scooter gang on the streets, Maceo Plex and Danny Daze aka Jupiter Jazz. The duo is caught riding their scooters in a dark alleyway doing mediocre tricks. I guess if I were making hit records – I could make riding scooters look cool too. Luckily, this scooter gang remembered to wear their helmets… Safety-first gentlemen!
The song in the background - "Shake It Mama" is going to be a banger! Watch the video above and stay CONTINUE READING
RA's Todd L. Burns speaks to the rising house duo about the pleasure of simplicity in advance of their appearance at The Warehouse Project.
"I mean, the thing is...in Ireland, you know..."
"There's not a lot to do," Andy Ferguson laughs, finishing Matt McBriar's sentence.
The duo who make up Bicep are attempting to explain how it is they came to start attending parties at such a young age. McBriar begins again: "You're drinking by 14, and by 16 you're going to raves. Need some sock CONTINUE READING
LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy on selling out Madison Square Gardens and making dance music as a rock band.
Hard rockin’, feel-good music to drunkenly bust some grooves to are rarely held up with the wit and dry, self-mocking cynicism of LCD Soundsystem - since 2002 they’ve been the perfect antidote for a Morrissey headache. On 2 April 2011 the band played a dramatic final gig at New York’s Madison Square Gardens as a farewell to fans before LCD Soundsystem came to an end. Footage CONTINUE READING
Soul Clap will launch a new record label in September, simply titled Soul Clap Records.
The duo themselves describe Soul Clap Records as "a place of mystery, art and experimentation" and "a home for our music and our many aliases and collaborations." That said, it will launch with an EP from Night Plane, AKA Brooklyn-based artist (and past RA contributor) William Rauscher. The Heartbeat EP shows Rauscher teaming up with a few different artists, including Heather D'Angelo from Au Revoir CONTINUE READING
A-Trak recently sat down for an interview with the folks at I Am Other/Hypebeast to share the story behind the Fool’s Gold Records brand and it’s various creative outlets. Check it out. Whether it be artists in the lineup from their expanding roster or kid sporting the easily recognizable black and gold logo, the Fool’s Gold Records brand has blown up over the past couple years and we couldn't be more please!