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Mar 30, 2011

OMGITM features TCG’s new single ‘Go Machine (Original Mix)’

OMGITM features TCG’s new single ‘Go Machine (Original Mix)’

The amazing people at OMGITM graced The Chaotic Good’s ‘Go Machine (Original Mix)’ with the featured track of the day on their website. Thanks guys!!


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Article source: http://thechaoticgood.com/2011/03/omgitm-features-tcgs-new-single-go-machine-original-mix/

Mar 29, 2011

TCG Releases New Original Single ‘Tocatta and Fugue in 32 Bit’ on indie electro label, Go Hard!

TCG Releases New Original Single ‘Tocatta and Fugue in 32 Bit’ on indie electro label, Go Hard!

An all original track, ‘Tocatta and Fugue in 32 Bit,’ will be released on Go Hard! on May 10th and will be available for download on Beatport. The track will be accompanied by a remixed version from our friend Figure.


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Article source: http://thechaoticgood.com/2011/03/tcg-releases-new-original-single-tocatta-and-fugue-in-32-bit-on-indie-eletro-label-go-hard/

Mar 29, 2011

Check out The Chaotic Good in Chicago this Friday 4/1

Check out The Chaotic Good in Chicago this Friday 4/1

The Chaotic Good will be in Chicago this Friday headlining a show at Beauty Bar (1444 W. Chicago Ave.). You can view full details of the event here. Show at 10pm / 21+


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Article source: http://thechaoticgood.com/2011/03/check-out-the-chaotic-good-in-chicago-this-friday-41/

Mar 29, 2011

Ice Black Birds – “22:22″

If you weren’t already aware, Ice Black Birds released their third single – the follow up to last summer’s LFC Records release, “As Birds We’d Be Fine” – last Monday 21st March.

Out on their own label, it’s called “22:22″ and has been a staple of their live set for the last twelve months or so – if you’ve seen them before, it’s the hard and fast one that reminds you of the youthful abandon captured on Kings Of Leon’s or The Vines’ debut LPs, all raspy vocals, pounding drums and charging guitars. The B-side, “SSW”, is more the more anthemic, big stage friendly number of the two, with an insistent guitar lick bound to get stuck inside your head upon first listen.

Fresh from their maiden Stateside tour, which took in shows in NYC (including a gig at the illustrious Mercury Lounge) and Austin for the SXSW Festival, the Birds are now back in the UK and gearing up for the summer festival season. If you’re in London or Brighton in the next week or so, the band play a Lyle And Scott curated event at XOYO on Cowper Street this Thursday 31st, and are launching the aforementioned release with a free entry show at The Green Door Store by the sea on Saturday evening (2 April).

If you’ve stumbled across the band through their recent international high-jinks, and like what you hear, it’s worth noting that we have a very small number of “As Birds We’d Be Fine” 7″s (to date the band’s only vinyl release) left over – see our label page for ordering links and info. The “22:22″ CD can be picked up here.

22:22 Single by iceblackbirds

Article source: http://laissezfaireclub.com/2011/03/ice-black-birds-2222/

Mar 19, 2011

Introducing: Reptar

One of the bands no doubt making waves at SXSW this week are Athens, Georgia’s Reptar. The quartet have been around for only a short time, and already look like being on the verge of breaking out of their hometown scene, thus following in the footsteps of their city’s musical torchbearers REM.

This is unsurprising, really – fans of weird indie bands like Animal Collective, Passion Pit, MGMT, Modest Mouse and Wild Beasts will most likely find something in Reptar’s no-holds-barred, left-of-centre party electro racket to capture their attention.

Indeed, Animal Collective’s producer (on 2009′s critically lauded Merriweather Post Pavillion) Ben H. Allen came across the band and liked what he heard so much, he produced and put out a 7″ (‘Cannabis Canyon’ / ‘Houseboat Babies’) on his label Make Records Not Bombs last year. He’s also credited as being behind the desk on their forthcoming EP, ‘Oblange Fizz Y’all’, which sees the light of day on US indie label Quality Faucet shortly.

One of the tracks on there, ‘Stuck In My ID’, stopped us in our tracks when we heard the demo version of it a couple of months back. Now, Allen’s production gives it a bit of added depth and fizz which should see it have much the same effect on many others throughout the course of 2011. Check it out below.

Stuck in my Id by reptarathens

MP3: Reptar – Houseboat Babies

Article source: http://laissezfaireclub.com/2011/03/introducing-reptar/

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