So, I don’t normally do this, but this release is so damn good it deserves a post all of its own. Monk3yLogic have been on my radar since I heard Where’s the Car?, a bouncy piece of electro breaks that has found its way into damn near all of my sets. Now they are back with a huuuuuuuge EP and Too Dusty on remix duty. I’ll pass it over to Broken Records to give you all the details below; but take note, this one is big big big!
Platinum selling french hipsters Caravan Palace’s have just released an awesome new video for their track ‘Dramaphone’ (taken off their new record). Check it out here:
They release their new album ‘Panic’ on November 19th through Café De La Danse and tour the UK from November 21st.
The ever evolving and never predictable music venture Freaks are Luke Solomon and Justin Harris. Since 1996 the duo have turned out a slew of singles and long players on their own Music For Freaks imprint and have remixed for the likes of Matthew Herbert, Derrick Carter and Tiefschwarz, to name a few. They also enjoyed chart success back in 2007 with their track ‘Creeps (Get on the Dancefloor) which went to Number 9 in the UK Single Charts.
In a move some said was inspired, others said was downright foolish, Brap sent Guy the Rev and Kevin Godden to this year’s Glade Festival. To most people’s complete astonishment, they emerged relatively unscathed!
Here, in the first of the two reviews of the event, discover Kevin’s thoughts on the festival which started life at Glastonbury, but has been ‘re-imagined’ by the team behind The Secret Garden Party:
We were lucky enough to be invited to Breakspoll 2012, and here’s our review of the biggest breaks night of 2012!
Brap.FM arrives at Cable around 10pm and there’s a large queue stretching round the corner, made up of eager breaks fans looking to claim the last few tickets left on the door. For ticket holders there’s a much shorter wait, and after a hairy moment when a huge team of police with sniffer dogs work their way up and down the queue, we are in.