Friday, April 28, 2023

Rita Ora - Praising You (feat. @FatboySlim) [Official Video]



Rita Ora announces her eagerly awaited third album You & I (out 14th July via BMG) and releases brand new single “Praising You” featuring Fatboy Slim.


With Rita having co-written every track on the album, You &proves to be her most diaristic project yet. Working with executive producer Oak Felder (Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj, Alicia Keys, Usher), Rita has created an album conceptually threaded together to signify the different chapters of herrelationship. A high-spirited record about what it feels like to fall beautifully, instinctually in love with someone.


“This album really means a lot to me.” Rita says. “It's like my diary of the last few years, it's my sound and it just feels so true to me and who I am today.”


Alongside the announcement of You & I - the follow-up to her critically acclaimed sophomore pop smash Phoenix - Rita also releases new single “Praising You” feat. Fatboy Slim - a rework of the Grammy-nominated, chart-topping cult anthem “Praise You”, which sampled Camille Yarbrough’s “Take Yo’ Praise” and celebrates its 25thanniversary this year.  Premiered by Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 today, “Praising You” takes the classic piano riff and feel-good chorus of the original, introduces Rita’s version of the story - a delicious metaphor for the entrancing nature of love - and bursts into a surefire EDM summer anthem.


"To not only get Norman’s stamp of approval, but to actually collaborate with him and pay homage to such a massive song from my childhood was truly a surreal experience,” Rita says. “I think this record means something different for everyone, but from my perspective, it’s about praising your loved ones and really celebrating those relationships. I’m incredibly honoured that we get to breathe new life into the song and re-introduce it to a whole new generation."


Speaking of the rework, Norman says, “From a chance meeting late one night in the Naughty Corner at Glastonbury a friendship and collaboration grew that on paper may look unlikely. Yet here it is, and it has a life of its own!”


The accompanying video, directed by Academy Award winner Taika Waititi, sees Rita audition with a group of dancers for the role of their dreams and features a cameo from Fatboy Slim. With a nod to the Spike Jonze-directed “Praise You” video, Rita leads the troupe through their haphazard routine, slowly winning over the judges in what turns into a massive Studio 54-esque number complete with glamorous outfit changes and stellar choreography. In an exclusive partnership with Meta, it is available to view on Facebook as a premium music video and on Instagram today and will be available on all platforms including YouTube from 28th April. 

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 1) ODI how has underground evolved?

Watching the scene/community go from raves and clubs to Festivals and worldwide influence has been a trip. When I got into it, early 90s, the cultural foundations were already here, set in place by Disco, early house and hippies. Safe spaces, nightclubs and elder counterculture individuals allowed us to seek safety in spaces that were designed to be homes for Queerfolk, People of Color, and marginalized lifestyles. Where we are now is in many ways a far cry from the foundations that we (ever so naively) thought were going to change the world. Evolution, as an idea is meant to create something better than the original, I don’t exactly believe what we have now Is better, but it is an offshoot. 

"Dance music as an underground culture used to be a safe haven for those who didn't fit into the mainstream to have a refuge for our weirdness. Now, most of it is populated by the kids we once sought to escape from."
Reid Speed is quoted as saying that That singular statement encompasses what the evolution of the underground has wrought. 2) How has mainstream underground helped & hurt the underground music scene? 

Other than the obvious financial differences that mainstream has created allowing artists to exist as artists in ways that they could not before. The Successes have also allows for an access and disposability that overall has hurt the longevity of any given artist, new genre, or event. That has made it very difficult to have anything get past a adolescence stage where the disposability takes away opportunities for artists who have been in it for really amazing honest important reasons because they get lumped into a box with people in it for a quick fun ride or financial gain. Eventually a backlash happens to those short timers, and the lifers (that happen to be in the same box) are tossed out, Demoralized and give up on what could have been something so much greater. 3) What is EDM to you?  
The heart of the culture that has been around as long as I have been able to pick music I liked myself. A global influence on all areas of media, and for me it is a reminder that music saved my life. 4) What happened to PLUR? 

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Capitalism, and the loss of connection between the OG rave generations and the new school of festival kid. During that time when raves changed the old school ravers who were schooled by the old school of club people before them, did not have the opportunity to ensure that the each one teach one mentality, the takes a village concept, was not passed down as anything more than a throwaway buzzword to be remembered only when it was convenient. I can be transparent is saying I respect the PLUR concept but I was never a follower of it the way some other party kids were. Conceptually it is a great and worthy concept just never exactly fit right when I would see the same kids saying PLUR on the weekends in a warehouse someplace, hustling fake drugs and acting like fake thugs during the week. It is important, but for me, it is a reminder of a high point when we saw a perfect world and hoped we could live there for ever. 5) How has recent outspoken racism within the music community effected you as an artist? 

At the beginning of things I didn’t feel any of it TBH it is a weird situation. My age in the scene allowed me to be there when things were more multicultural. As the money got bigger, the narrative has been changed from dance music being a place for all people, to a place for the influencers and financially well off. Has it effected me directly… not in a way that opportunities were taken from me or anything. I do however take the opportunity to remind folks of the history of places like the Garage, Warehouse, The Shelter, and Cultural moments like Northern Soul, The wind rush generation in the UK and more stories where people of color, and LGBTQ+ folk set the foundation for the culture that birthed raving. 6) As Puerto Rican male producer have you faced adversity or limitations in the music industry?

In no way has my being Puerto Rican limited me in the industry. Being from NYC, and being Puerto Rican in a time when Freestyle, House, Hip Hop, and so many more sounds were evolving, Many of those pioneers are Puerto Rican. SO I was able to follow in the steps of Little Louie Vega, Charlie Rock, Master OC, The Latin Rascals, Kenny Dope, and that’s just a short list off the top of my head. What created more of a limitation was coming from a working class neighborhood and not having the financial abilities to get the gear or go to the shows I wanted to. We found ways around that though, jobs in record stores, combining gear with your friends to form a Crew, studio assistant jobs all opened doors for us. 7). What tracks would you recommend young green producers review to gain musical conciseness? 
This is a really difficult question. The tracks that I always go to for reminders of how amazing things can be, those high water moments, rotate but right now…. The Phantom by Renegade Soundwave The Beginning by Rhythm is Rhythm A day in the Life by Black Riot Melting pot by Booker T and the M.G.s Amen Brother by The Winstons Movin’ by Marathon 8)Producers to watch in 2023? Eskr, Gigan, Winslow (who has already been getting well deserved shine), Skellytn, Bastion, and so many more! 

The Phantom by Renegade Soundwave

9)Who would you like to spin with on the decks in the future that you haven’t? I would love the chance to see Dj Trace again, one of my first influences and a trend setting dj. A.M.C. MONSTER MIXING! Joe Clausell - nobody vibes like this dude. I have been really lucky that I have been able to share the stage with many of my heroes. SO now its more about being a pure fan and buzzing off the vibe! 10)If you could get rid of anything in the music industry what would you get rid of? 

Corporate venues, Multi Media companies, basically Live Nation…… 11) Best advice for young hungry producers trying to book quality gigs? Perseverance, Find the scene, be a part of it, don’t just show up, play and bounce. Consistency of releases, be willing to hear criticism and share your knowledge with those who look to you as an influence. Your abilities, networking and passion will open doors you may never think they would. 12) Best female producers in your opinion… ? ( I apologize for this one because I know it’s a tough one😅😜)  
Skellytn Mizeyesis NVRsoft Fiyafly Mandidexterous Nia Archives Harriet Jaxxon It shouldn’t matter anymore if someone is She/Him, Them/they or whatever, Make dope beats and kill the floor no matter what! 13) Where can fans find you spinning in 2023?
I will be doing a monthly online show on my twitch as well as on FM4 in Austria.
NEWMUSIC OUT NOW “Ripples” is a fun dancefloor vibe with tjat windows down in the whip appeal! I hope you enjoy it! 

Big up for the support and belief in my creative abilities!!!!!!
14)Will you be creating more scratch content in 2023? 
I really hope to, I am inspired daily by the bad ass Dj’s that are posting amazing routines every day. If I can be half as good as people like Jaybee (USA), Dj Hype (the OG), Craze (untouchable), Machete (one of the west coasts leaders of the sound since day one) JFb (King of the Routines) But its gonna be tough to get close to those guys levels. I think scratching for me is one of the tools that I use as part of the entire tool set. Fitting it, where it not just shows skills, but also adds to the vibe, is the main goal 😊
15). Dream venue to play at? 
Public Records - Brooklyn NYC Ministry of Sound - UK Respect - L.A. - a club night but they never have had a bad room in my experience. One that’s closed but was perfect - LOVE - NYC - one of the last Gary Stewart Systems if you know you know!  



Thursday, April 27, 2023

Claude VonStroke - Who's Afraid of Detroit (Sunbios Remix) [BIRDFEED EXC...

Download Here: --- [BIRDFEED EXCLUSIVE] Sunbios debuts on the Feed with “Who's Afraid of Detroit (Sunbios Remix)”! -How long have you been creating music? We started producing music as a project in 2020, before that Ira Ange had been into Djing and vocal producing since 2009, Denis Kulikov started Djing in 2012. -What do you use to make your tracks? We use Ableton Live and Roland 303 -How and when did you first discover Dirtybird? In 2008, being melomans we collected tech house, minimal and electro tracks, among which we noted production of Claude Von Stroke and Justin Martin. -Which Dirtybird artist would you want to collaborate with the most? Claude Von Stroke, Catz ’n Dogz, Justin Jay, Rebuke -If your entire life was a movie, what title would best describe you? «From Dawn To Dusk» -What’s the best concert you’ve ever been to? Limp Bizkit -If you could time travel, where and when would you go? Definitely to Ace Age to stop the squirrel )))) -What species of bird best describes you and why? If Ira Ange was a bird, she would be Nightingale because of her unique vocals and love to singing and as for Denis, by the way, his last name comes from old Slavic mythology name of a small bird «Kulik» - «Sandpiper», that lived on a swamp, since childhood his friends tease him with this bird. -What does Dirtybird mean to you? Legendary label from which we get our inspiration during all these years. ---- 💿 DIRTYBIRD - 🎧 LISTEN TO DIRTYBIRD RADIO - 👕 DIRTYBIRD STORE - 🐣 SUBSCRIBE TO BIRDFEED - 🔹 FACEBOOK - 🔹 TWITTER - 🔹 INSTAGRAM - 🔹 SOUNDCLOUD - 🔹 TWITCH -

Ganja White Night's Wobble World


00:00 SO IT BEGINS... 01:09 Chapter 1 - Genesis 02:01 Chapter 2 - Seeds Of Power The Origins -    • Ganja White Night...   02:29 Chapter 3 - The Two Paths Chak Chel -    • Ganja White Night...   02:56 Chapter 4 - Mr Wobble Jungle Juice -    • Ganja White Night...   Wobble Master -    • Ganja White Night...   04:13 Chapter 5 - V.Y.N.E Corporation 05:40 Chapter 6 - Counter Attack LFO Requiem -    • Ganja White Night...   06:40 Chapter 7 - A Greater Purpose Dirty Girl -    • Ganja White Night...   07:35 Chapter 8 - The Island 07:50 Chapter 9 - King's Realm Trinity -    • Ganja White Night...   Shipwreck -    • Ganja White Night...   08:48 Chapter 10 - Defeated 09:20 Chapter 11 - New Hope Badman -    • Ganja White Night...   10:08 Chapter 12 - The Quest Mitosis -    • Ganja White Night...   Womp Portal -    • Ganja White Night...   11:50 Chapter 13 - UNITY CREDITS: Animation, Sketches : 3D: Charlie “Erwan” Dodson Soundtrack, Sound Design: Benjamin “Bamby” Bayeul Writing: Alex “Toffler” Heiligman David Liberman Charlie “Erwan” Dodson Renaud “Ebo” Taelemans Benjamin “Bamby” Bayeul Narration: Chuck Brown Special Thanks: MR. BILL LSDREAM TRUTH CLOZEE R.O SUBTRONICS INFECTED MUSHROOM BOOGIE T PAV4N PEEKABOO Annissa EDMonds Natalie Stublaski Sarah Johnston Triston Rockwood TJ Watts Meg Putnam All the Buds… ❤️