3 posts categorized "sebastien tellier"


A-Trak - Dirty South Dance 2 (free mixtape!)

Want some wobble in your gobble? A-Trak's back with his second installment of the Dirty South Dance mixtape steez, and round deux picks up right where we left off on the first at bat...with a blistering line-up of notable tunes and tracks given the rubdown by the talented turntablist.



After churning out Trizzy Turnt Up and having that song scorch a blazing path through blogworld, it's rad to give an ear to rest of the freebies, as A-Trak spins a wild web of notable tunes...all being given his one-two punch of shazam blam pow.


Download the mixtape for free here, and give your eyes a go at the track list below.


1. Intro

2. Trizzy Turnt Up
3. How Low Can U Bake
4. We Don't Want No Goblins
5. She Got A Dum Donk
6. Whatever You Shoot
7. Ice Cream On Blast
8. Carte Blanche feat. Kid Sister: Do! Do! Do!
9. Twerk That Driver
10. Vampires Going Ham
11. Loonies To Blow
12. Make The Trap Wile Out
13. O Let's Overdo It
14. Donnis: Gone (DJ Craze Remix)
15. Ain't I A Joker



mp3: Sebastien Tellier - Kilometer (A-Trak Extended Dub)



Beastly Bits #44

I'm almost 100% back in fine form after a rad last week in Austin for SXSW. Sure, my vocals are still strained like I've been on a shouting spree for days, but hey, all in all, it was totally worth it.


That said, many thanks for your patience in my absenteeism. Updates from the fest will be flying at you all day today and through tomorrow. Timeliness...we try.


R.I.P. Jim Marshall, one of the most talented rock photogs ever. More here. 


thecocknbullkid has been on our radar for nearly 2 years. With her debut album (partially written and produced by Gonzales!) due out later this year, she's starting a series of live performances, including the upcoming ICA Annual Fundraiser. Tickets here.


New videos from Usher (with Nicki Minaj), Sebastien Tellier and Bad Lieutenant are all rocking our bods this morning. Check them out at their respective links.


mp3: thecocknbullkid - I'm Not Sorry


Penguin Prison: Pop Music's "Cheesy Little Kid"

Boy bands, gospel gigs with a gloriously-gifted gal and a shelved solo selection are just a few facets in which you could classify New York City's own, Penguin Prison. Growing up in Manhattan, PP, otherwise known as Chris Glover, knew he wanted two things out of life: to be a singer and to be famous.


Sure you may know the tunes that Penguin Prison has crafted, but do you really know the man behind the music?


Raised on a diet of Bryan Adams, Led Zeppelin and Anna Marie, Glover eventually attended a performing arts school, where he sang gospel in the choir alongside the girl who would become known to most as Alicia Keys. "Her name wasn't Alicia Keys then," he notes. "I [suppose] she came up with that later." After parlaying his talents into a collegiate "fake boy band", he soon switched to more serious music...even getting signed to Interscope. Unfortunately, his initial LP was dubbed "too crazy" for it's eclectic mix of pop, rap, soul and rock. Thankfully, 2009 found Penguin Prison in a much more favorable light. Mid-last year, a number of fellow bloggers began to latch on to Glover's first offering, A Funny Thing. The track has also found fans in the UK with notable personalities Zane Lowe and Nick Grimshaw, along with hits from NME, Guardian and BBC. 


While Glover is currently unsigned for his full length, which is he working on right now in the studio in NYC, March 16 will see the release of a new single via Neon Gold Records. Future US tour dates will also be available within the coming weeks.


mp3: Penguin Prison - A Funny Thing

mp3: Sebastien Tellier - Fingers Of Steel (Penguin Prison Remix)

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