[Audio] A charity X-Mas EP from the Electronic Rumors gang!



Hey readers. A couple of weeks ago my father passed away, you may have seen a lull in posts. When all was done and dusted I felt the need to do something, both to commemorate my Dad and to give a little to an organization that helps both sufferers and carers, especially at a time like Christmas. So X-Mas Rumors was born. Four artists from the label kindly gave me their time and talent (and hopefully had a little fun) cover four beloved Christmas tunes.

Soundtrack your Christmas party, and do a little good in the process, with this new EP loaded with electronic cover versions of classic Christmas songs. Four of electronic rumors’ finest artists have generously devoted their time to covering their favourite Christmas songs for X-Mas Rumors, and EP whose entire earnings with be going to the Alzheimer’s Society.

electronic rumors newcomer (and Vulture Music veteran) Kids At Midnight work some kind of silky magic on Wham!’s Last Christmas, while the 60’s classic Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) by Darlene Love gets an energetic retro ElectroPop re-envisioning by SynthWaver Let Em Riot. New York ElectroPoppers She’s The Queen deliver their upbeat take on Stevie Wonder’s classic What Christmas Means To Me and the EP plays out with electronic experimentalist beaumont intricate take on Little Drummer Boy.

The EP is being released with a ‘pay what you want’ price mark, with 100% of the revenue going to the Alzheimer’s Society we’re hoping people are full of Christmas cheer and give generously.

♫ Kids At Midnight – Last Christmas

♫ Let Em Riot – Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)

♫ She’s The Queen – What Christmas Means to Me

♫ beaumont – Little Drummer Boy

X-Mas Rumors is out now.

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[Audio] beaumont’s ‘Milton’s Party’


Hot on the heels of his reMix of Echoes’ Second Best on electronic rumors Volume 1: The reMix EP, Milton’s Party is the latest offering from Australian electronic experimentalist beaumont, or should that be Australian Italo maverick? Milton’s Party sees beaumont channelling a little Moroder into his madcap Disco. While we’re still waiting for the awesome Vampire to be released, Milton’s Party offered more than enough retro Funk to keep us going.

There’s hint of thinks in this track that we haven’t heard from beaumont, not in a while at least. Loaded with 80s Funk, big vintage stabs and a proper Italo groove Milton’s Party bobs and weaves around multiple melodies, combining beaumont’s musical flair with a nostalgic electronic Disco sound. Wrapped up in a major dancefloor weapon, this one’s got a bit of everything. Be prepared to be unable to resist.

♫ beaumont – Milton’s Party

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[Release] FREE EP! Various Artists–electronic rumors Volume 1: The reMix EP


This 13th February marks the one year anniversary of the release of electronic rumors Volume 1. The compilation, spawned from a blog, that spawned a record label.

Released in association with Ninthwave Records, ER Vol. 1, collected 15 of the best ElectroPop, Nu-Disco and Dreamwave artists around onto one big CD and digital release.

To mark Volume 1’s birthday, we’re giving away a free EP. Four artists who appeared on ER Vol. 1, reMixing four other tracks from the album. All exclusive and specially recorded for this EP, and our gift to everyone who has supported us and the artists we’ve worked with in the last twelve months

Some of the finest talent from electronic rumors Volume 1 have kindly contributed to this free reMix EP with the worlds of ElectroPop, Dreamwave and Nu-Disco all represented. Lending their amazing songs to the EP are the queen of DiscoPop Ronika, ElectroPop siren Queen Of Hearts, 80s SynthPopper Kid Kasio and Indie-Electro dreamers Echoes. Turning their skills to reworking these fine tunes are Electro future stars Substatic, the cream of New York ElectroPop She’s The Queen, Dreamwave O.G.s LexiconDon and Electro experimentalist beaumont.

The EP is available as a FREE download here: http://electronicrumors.bandcamp.com/album/electronic-rumors-volume-1-the-remix-ep

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beaumont’s ‘Vampire’ reMixes


Well, this came as a bit of surprise. After months and months holed up with canned food and an impressive arsenal of firearms (we imagine), our boy beaumont has finally poked his head above ground just long enough to throw a couple of musical grenades our way. It seems that whist in self imposed exile he’s actually been getting his groove on with New York based singer Elle Pierre for what sound like it;s going to be a massive single.

It’s called Vampire, and right now we have reMixes from England’s finest Clancy and Detroit rocker BeatLoaf. Clancy delivers a slick-as-hell House tune. Everything about Clancy’s version is really warm and enveloping. Rich bass and subtle organ give this mix it’s base leaving loads of room for the Italo-esque arpeggios and the breezy piano hook. With a contemporary Disco production, but a nostalgic mid-9-0s House vibe, Clancy’s mix is a dream in the headphones. BeatLoaf keeps the original’s vocals more intact and works the track into a smooth dance track with an R&B flavour.  What starts off with a grinding urban beat ends up a sweeping House track before dropping back into something more ecclectic. This has definitely whetted out appetites for new material from beaumont.

♫ beaumont (Feat. Elle Pierre) – Vampire (Clancy’s Super-Noir reMix)

♫ beaumont (Feat. Elle Pierre) – Vampire (BeatLoaf reMix)

Vampire is released…at some point. Stay tuned.

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Electronic Rumors Volume 1 – Out now on CD & Digital

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Well, it’s finally out in the wild, the last seven months of my life have come to fruition as we are amazingly proud to present ‘electronic rumors volume 1’.

I won’t go on about it, it’s possible that i would have a hard time reviewing it objectively, so take a listen to Ride The Universe’s awesome minimix of the compilation featuring all 15 tracks.

It’s almost weird that it’s real now and if you like physical media I would really recommend the CD, it comes in a stunning DigiPak designed by Sebastian Bentler.

♫ Electronic Rumors Volume 1 MiniMix (Mixed By Ride The Universe)

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electronic rumors Volume One

Available 13th February 2012 on CD and Digital Download featuring the best in new ElectroPop, Dreamwave, Nu-Disco and Indie-Electro.

For the past four years music blog electronic rumors (electronicrumors.com) has been serving up the latest and greatest news and tracks in the world of Electro/Disco/Indie/Dreamwave/Synth/Stuff/Thing/Pop and now they have teamed up with respected Us ElectroPop label Ninthwave Records (Heaven17/White Town/The Modern) to release electronic rumors Volume 1, featuring of some of the best artists making Dreamwave, Nu-Disco, ElectroPop and Indie-Electro in the last twelve months including exclusive tracks from Ride The Universe (Dreamwave supergroup acclaimed, for their reMixes, with their début original), the much hyped Show Your Shoe, Futurecop!, beaumont, Substatic and Echoes and the first time on CD for Queen Of Hearts and Ronika, both tipped by the mainstream press for chart dominance in 2012. They feature alongside some of the most exciting electronic music that broke out in 2011.

01. Vanbot – Make Me, Break Me
02. Fear Of Tigers – The Adventures Of Pippi Longstrump (Diamond Cut reMix)
03. Queen Of Hearts – Where Are You Now? (StardonE Radio Mix)
04. Echoes – Second Best
05. Ronika – Wiyoo
06. Cosmonaut Grechko – All I Hear (Cosmo Black reMix)
07. Ride The Universe – A Little Better (Feat. Jane Elizabeth Hanley)
08. Substatic – Gold
09. LexiconDon – December Sunset (Keenhouse reMix)
10. She’s The Queen – Waiting Game
11. Futurecop! – Me & U
12. Kid Kasio – Not For Turning
13. Show Your Shoe – Krokodil
14. Short Circuit – Let Go (NightWaves reMix)
15. beaumont – Reptile Blaze

Both the CD and Digital release happen Monday 13th February and will be available from most stockists.

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beaumont reMixes Rüfüs


beaumont takes time out from his inventing a new genre of slowed down, laid back Nu-Disco to return to his Dreamwave/Nu-Disco roots with his new reMix of Rüfüs’ ‘We Left’.

Proving without a shadow of a doubt that he still has the skills to rock the Disco, this reMix is a full-on solid electronic epic with it’s feet on the dancefloor and it’s head in the clouds. It’s got all the right 80’s cues, and all the right Nu-Disco cues, in all the right places. beaumont’s sweeping phased synths work particularly well with the track’s vocals. The reMix features on On The Fruit’s release of ‘We Left’, as a single, alongside reMixes from Ride The Universe and SymbolOne .

♫ Rüfüs – We Left (beaumont reMix)

‘We Left’ is out 25th of July on On the Fruit Records

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Clancy’s ‘Panther’ EP


One of the UKs most exciting up-and-coming producers Clancy drops his new EP today, his first for ‘the ever-awesome Holographic People’.

The ‘Panther EP’ sees Clancy at his Dreamwave finest with three original tracks and a couple of reMixes. The title track is five minutes of synthesizer bliss. Almost Futurecop!-esque in it’s ElectroPoppiness, ‘Panther’ is retro synth perfection, from the digital bass to the uplifting 80’s chords, this is how it should be done. Noting about ‘Panther’ doesn’t make you feel good. ‘4000 Shards’ is more designed to make you move. Ironically it growls a bit more than ‘Panther’. Definitely a nightdrive of a tune, ‘4000 shards’ is the cop film to ‘Panthers’ teen movie. The trilogy is made up by ‘Bite The Lightning’, a pure retro dancefloor workout that is nothing short of genius, and easily cements Clancy’s place amongst the top producers making Nu-Disco/Dreamwave today.

♫ Clancy – Panther

♫ Clancy – 4000 Shards

reMixes are supplied by beaumont and StardonE. beaumont treats us to a nice clash between the ChipTune Disco sounds we are used to from him and a laidback piano led vibe that has us looking forward to his début EP for Holographic more than ever. Korea’s awesome StardonE add a little of his Cosmic Disco to the mix with a reMix epic reMix that plays the EP out on a high.

♫ Clancy – 4000 Shards (beaumont reMix)

♫ Clancy – 4000 Shards (StardonE reMix)

Clancy’s ‘Panther EP’ is out now and comes highly recommended!

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Beaumont’s ‘Skyline’

Hot on the heels of his last offering, ‘City Meets Soldier’, Melbourne producer Beaumont keeps his momentum going with a brand new single, ‘Skyline’.

In a kind of evolutionary cycle Beaumont started out producing Disco and Electro tunes, then he applied his skills in their area to more atmospheric, soundtrack-like pieces, and now with ‘Skyline’ he brings the beat back but retains the epic and evocative nature of his recent tunes. ‘Skyline’ is almost a feel-good antidote to ‘City Meets Soldier’’s intensity. It’s the hope for the future in the face of adversity, the picking yourself up after a fall, the sunrise after a night spent chewing your face off. It’s got some corking reMixes too!

♫ Beaumont – Skyline (Beaumont reMix)

Show Your Shoe and Fiero step up to the plate for reMix duties with Show Your Shoe getting his extreme Funk on in a way that will surely solidify his reputation as one of the most talented producers of Electro/Disco/Funk around, while the Firero boys round of the EP by bringing more smooth than you can handle with some seriously majestic Dreamwave sounds.

♫ Beaumont – Skyline (Show Your Shoe reMix)

♫ Beaumont – Skyline (Fiero reMix)

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Show Your Shoe reMixes EP with Beaumont

Show Your Shoe’s recent ‘Technik City’ EP had had a reMix makeover.

‘Technik City Revisited’, currently a Juno exclusive, holds four versions of tracks from the original EP featuring work from Coupons, Flashworx, Mitch Torino and includings this version of ‘Jet Skiing’ by Beaumont. The man gets deep and dark with the rhythm section in a slow, brooding track that threatens to suffocate you but give you glimmers of hope with sparking lead lines and Disco licks. There really needs to be a genre name for Beaumont’s slowed down Disco and Dreamwave. DiscoStep? Dubwave? LOL

♫ Show Your Shoe – Technik City: Jet Skiing (Beaumont reMix)

‘Technik City’ and ‘Technik City Revisited’ are out now.

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Beaumont’s début EP

In a really fucked up coincidence it is exactly two years, to the day, that we first posted about Beaumont (well, his first solo post, if you discount a post about a Ladyhawke reMix), and it’s this day that he chooses to release his début EP!

So, what’s changed in two years? Well, we’ve seen the man develop and hone his studio skills, we’ve seen a maturing and evolution in the musicality of his work, but he’s never really strayed too far from his vision. Even in his early work you can hear hints that where he is now is where he was headed all along. The mixing up of Nu-Disco, Dreamwave and ChipTune that became Beaumont’s trademark always had a certain epicness to it that has now found a distinctive voice in his current Downtempo-Dreamwave (for want of a better description) output. ‘City Meets Soldier’ is an eight minute musical narrative that slides from mood to mood, kept in check with a solid groove. These seems to be seven distinctive parts, or chapters, to the track that each have something to say individually whilst advancing the overall arrangement. Now, I have no idea whether that’s just me reading too much into the track, but it’s pretty sophisticated songwriting and would appear to be the culmination of Beaumont’s recent interest in more atmospheric and evocative music.

It’s also pretty easy on the ears!

Beaumont (Feat. Ill Collins) – City Meets Soldier (Original Mix)

There’s four reMixes on the EP, by the likes of Shelby Gray, Farfetched Clancy and Ren Riz. The latter two take the track straight back to the dancefloor. Ren drops a slightly Acid flavoured Electro-House track, the kind that completely absorbs you on the dancefloor while Clancy seriously raised the bar with what is probably my favourite reMix on the EP that hold onto Beaumont’s epic feel and wraps it in some sweet sweet Disco.

Beaumont (Feat. Ill Collins) – City Meets Soldier (Clancy reMix)

Beaumont (Feat. Ill Collins) – City Meets Soldier (Ren Riz reMix)

Right, Reader, you have a choice now, and I’m trusting you as a person of integrity and taste to make the right decision. You can pick up the ‘City Meets Soldier’ EP two ways. Beaumont is giving it away, all five tracks, on his SoundCloud as 128kbps mp3s, or you can grab the whole EP in it’s full 320kbps nuanced format for a paltry $4 from Beaumont’s Bandcamp site.

You know what to do.

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