quite a few bits of business this week.
first up, londoner’s tomorrow night get down to dalston for sam’s set alongside padded cell and the freak at suspiria: “a psychedelic celebration of horror and disco dance”. all details are in the flyer above
sadly due to forces out of our control steve’s appearance at death disco in glasgow on saturday has been postponed for now. a shame but glaswegians fear not, you can see us play at men and machines @ stereo with luke abbott next saturday the 26th.
click HERE to check out / download allez-allez’s very own sam’s forthcoming remix of brooklyn 2 piece high places‘ ‘head spins’ as bigged up by the mighty pitchfork! although we’re not too sure about the ‘electro house’ tag ourselves…(if you have any problem downloading it, let us know and we’ll provide you with a link to get it).
also, sam has managed to find time to record an exclusive mix for our brothers-in-arms over at 20jazzfunkgreats, (on which high places also feature) which you can find HERE
sam says: “juan, steve and the rest of the 20JFG team are a massive inspiration to us with their passionate, lurid prose on the weird and wonderful music from the fringes of the internet, so it was an honour to put together a mix inspired by them, for them and to do something a bit more unhinged than usual… i hope you like it! PS – you also get to here my unreleased remix of sons & daughters (first track) :)”
sons & daughters – this gift (sam’s allez-allez remix)
harmonia – dino
D.A.F. – der mussolini (conny plank mix)
yo la tengo – sugercube
glenn branca – light field (in consonance)
animal collective – chores
high places – head spins
guided by voices – my valuable hunting knife
spoonich – laserdance
luke vibert & jean jacques perrey – moog acid (jackson mix)
DHS – house of god ($50 mix)
menomena – wet and rusting
and finally this thursday the 24th please come down to the flea pit in hackney if you’re about the beaterblocker cd launch where we’ll be playing (click here for the flyer).
beaterblocker is a 15-track experimental mixed genre compilation, available for £7 as of thursday 24th july. ALL proceeds go to the homerton hospital, london. created in aid of the ACU and lamb ward at the homerton hospital, hackney, london.
ed godden had a heart attack last year at the age of 21, and the album is a thank you to everyone who looked after him. mastered at abbey road studios and pressed in a limited first edition, beaterblocker will be available to buy from boomkat, rough trade east, pure groove, norman records, phonica (in store – soho) or direct from the website www.beaterblocker.com