Debut release from US-born, Tokyo-raised Cybergiga. Released in collaboration with Camp&Street. Out March 19th.
Spot me on stage for half a sec in the #tumblrwave episode.
I’m so happy to finally let you all hear the song “Soda” from my upcoming record with Le1f, entitled Liquid. It premiered yesterday on Life+Times, but I wanted to make sure my Palms Out people were privy. Liquid is out on vinyl and digital this Monday, November 19th on Boysnoize Records–– preview the whole release on soundcloud–– and keep your eyes peeled for the upcoming video for “Soda” directed by Sam Jones. Above artwork for Liquid by the talented Chaz Ganster.
Outta de way!
Here’s an interesting graphic for all you prospective music bloggers out there. We used to host with some of these people, but not anymore! Still interesting.
Forgive us for stuffing our pocketbooks.
WE OUT DEYA THIS WEEK, GET AT US///
24/10 Berlin, DE – Berghain Kantine / Panorama Bar
25/10 Munich, DE – Kong
27/10 Graz, AT – Elevate Festival / Tunnel
29/10 Paris, FR – Point Ephemere
30/10 Lisbon, PT – ZBD
01/11 London, UK – Birthdays in Dalston
02/11 Gothenburg, SE – Yaki-Da
03/11 Copenhagen, DK – TBD (Boody only)
And our collaborative Liquid EP is coming out on Boys Noize Records November 19th, keep your eyes peeled!
Roll the dice, see what I can s/lay.
Um…”Pussy feels so good, feels like the rubber off, ain’t it?”
Money talks, trannies walk.
DON’T LIE/ FALSE WITNESS
“Paul and Jeremy both knew they would be fighting over Shelley later. For now the only thing compelling them to work together was the overwhelming urgency to get her somewhere safe, where they could hide her from her mother and sisters, and the world’s prying eyes.”
artwork by Patrick Turk
New York City, The bi-weekly BPM152 party starts up today and rocks all summer long. This weeks heavy hitting line up is Myrryrs, Cedaa, Mess Kid, Old Money Knifeshowand Nire. The place, Tammany Hall, will be packed and the the music will be massive. RSVP.
“The talent on the bill for 6/16 is diverse. The lineup of styles vary from the dark trap samples by MYRRYRS, thugging out bright euphoric synths, to Mess Kid, the new face and sound of Lower Manhattan’s party scene. The inaugural BPM152 event is also extra special because it marks just the second NY gig of Cedaa—it’s been a long time coming. Thank NY’s event impresario Jason Scott for bringing it together with creative direction by Marina Heintze of Dom-Ber. More insight on the inspiration for the event coming soon. For now, get familiar with the DJs on deck.” – Mass Appeal