Binary Week: LexiconDon

If you’ve been a regular reader of electronic rumors over the past year or so you’ll understand the difficulty I’m having finding something new to say about LexiconDon. Toward the end of last year they released their staggeringly good début album, ‘Pink + Blue’, and about that time we featured them on the site…a lot.

Also, LexiconDon were featured in all three of our Top 20s Of 2010! Albums, Songs and reMixes!

With the success they’ve had in recent months you could consider LexiconDon to be one of Binary’s flagship bands, and they are a band. Whist starting out as a project consisting of just Fabien Ordorica (he of Fabian fame) and energetic frontman Alex Koons, the act is now a four piece incorporating live guitar and bass, and in a scene dominated by DJs and hipsters hunched over Ableton controllers that’s something special.

It also gives the impression that LexiconDon sit at them slightly more rowdy end of the Binary spectrum. The music has a rawness, a live quality, to it. Injecting ElectroPop with the energy of post-punk and a narrative lyrical style that speaks of day-to-day lives and loves that we can all relate to. But LexiconDon are no one trick pony, their début record is one that flows from smooth DiscoPop to pumped up Electro-Punk before you realise it’s happening.

Alex gives us the lowdown on all things LexiconDon:

ER: How did you guys get together? Was is always to make electronic music?

AK: Fabian and I met at a studio in Hollywood appropriately named Hollywood Sound in 2007. I had actually been rapping since I was like 16 and Fabian was producing hip-hop tracks at the time. I don’t remember specifics but we ended up recording a song called “The Secrets Out” and the rest was history.  We recorded a full length rap album, but about a year later wrote the song “Staying With My Girl” that would initially change our whole style.

ER: And how did you then get involved with the Binary posse?

AK: Josh and Kyle came to the first show that we played “Staying With My Girl” at. I honestly feel like they saw the potential of what could come if we continued to write songs with that same kind of feeling.

LexiconDon – Boy Vs. Girl Pt.1

ER: Your sound seems to owe a lot of British SynthPop and Post-Punk artists, in that it feels more raw and live than your average SynthPop, is this where your influence lies?

AK: Personally, I draw a lot of influence in all genres. I love Celine Dion and Yanni songs, just as much as I love The Church and Psychedelic Furs.

ER: Who are your heroes and influences, both musical and otherwise?

AK: My dad is a big hero of mine, and I think a lot of the reason I am so into music. I have been a big Kanye fan since ‘College Drop Out.’ The Talking Heads, Third Eye Blind, and Atmosphere have played a pretty huge roll in the soundtrack for my life as well.

ER: Your songs seem deal with the everyday, lives and loves and losses, are you just making the soundtrack to your own lives?

AK: Yes.

ER: What’s in LexiconDon’s studio? What are your favourite bits of kit?

AK: Logic, armed with any plugin imaginable, a midi keyboard, an Mbox, an MXL condenser microphone, and a SM 57.

ER: And what makes up your live set up?

AK: Our live set up is like a rainbow with a pot of blow at the end of it. It’s made up of four guys having a lot of fun on stage, sometimes a little too much.

ER: How has the inclusion of live drums and guitar evolved the live sound? And will this be more and more influencing the studio sound?

AK: The drums bring the tracks to life. Fabian’s drums already are so important in his production and when played on a kit there is a certain breath that the live performance takes. Sam’s guitar and bass has added to the energy of the whole show and really makes a difference giving these tracks a totally different feel on stage. I think the studio sound will differently evolve like the live show has.

ER: If money was no object what synth would be your dream purchase?

AK: A Yamaha VSS30 I had one when I was a kid and wish I never sold that bad boy. Its not a synth but it would be really bad ass to have a real Roland 808 too.

LexiconDon – Sleep 2 Dream

ER: How does being part of Binary help you guys as musicians?

AK: You are always surrounded by such amazing musicians and people. In no way is it a competition, but hearing the new stuff everyone is working on all the time just make us want to work harder. It’s like pushing each other to reach our maximum potential. It’s a pretty amazing thing to be a part of.

ER: I’d be remiss if I didn’t ask you about, the Student Body video, or how you felt about the reaction to it. Opinion seemed to wildly differ between those who (like us) though it was a harmless, and quite funny, bit of fun satire and those who (and I quote) “couldn’t watch it to the end”. Personally I felt that if the video made someone feel uncomfortable then that said more about the viewer than the video. What did you think?

AK: All I know is that making that video was one of the funniest things we have ever down. It was amazing working with everyone and the video turned out perfectly. I guess we had a different point of view because we got to be on set, and we wrote the song. In the end I don’t think we have much to say to the people who think its super pedo. It deserves a reaction yes, but it should be a light hearted one at best.

ER: Did it even cross your mind that some people would be uncomfortable with the video when you
were making it?

AK: Yeah, I think we knew that it would upset some people. There is always gonna’ be a paradox in anyone’s art. People can look into anything too hard and make something out of nothing. I don’t think we were prepared for some of the reactions from certain people. It was rough having people very close to us not getting it.

ER: How are you feeling now Pink + Blue is out? Proud I’d expect?

AK: Yeah, very proud and it feels good that its out. It took a long time to make that record. I really don’t think its reached its maximum potential, but so far I think we are all pretty happy with where its at.

ER: How do you feel it has been received?

AK: We are happy with the results thus far. Its rough writing SynthPop in a lo-fi, Chillwave saturated forum.

ER: One of the great things about Pink + Blue is that it contains quite a mix of styles, is this just ‘cos it represents the last few years of LexiconDon evolution or can we expect you to mix it up a bit in future?

AK: Its because Fabian & I write in such a sporadic way. We have no formula, we have always just made songs that we like. Every single song we have made has been done in such a different way, and when we try to repeat previous attempts, it never works the same. We hope to have a bit more consistency on the next record but be prepared for a roller coaster of genre crossing.

LexiconDon – Heart Attack

ER: Can we expect to see you touring Pink + Blue, and sign of you guys crossing the Atlantic?

AK: I am pretty sure we will be hitting the road sometime in late May. As for crossing the Atlantic, which by the way would be a dream come true just playing a show over seas, might be a little while away. In reality we need a higher demand in the states and elsewhere. The next year holds a lot of gold and we intend on grabbing as much as possible to share it with everyone else.

ER: Are LexiconDon more cereal or pile of pancakes for breakfast kinda’ band? Would that change the morning after a show?

We are more like a 4 shots of espresso on ice and a cigarette band. The morning after the show we would probably be a bloody mary.

LexiconDon – Success Is Fine

LexiconDon’s début album, Pink + Blue, is out now on dubFrequency/Binary.

LexiconDon @ Beatport

LexiconDon @ Juno

LexiconDon @ 7Digital

LexiconDon @ Amazon

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Binary Week: Binary 101

Welcome to Binary week, here on electronic rumors, readers!

Over the next seven days we’ll be dedicating most of our output to Binary Entertainment, that haven for all things ElectroPop, all things Indie-Electro, all things Nu-Disco. That’s right…all things Dreamwave!

A couple of years ago  this sound had no name, the Valerie crew had their little corner of the retro, 80s,  inspired ElectroPop/Nu-Disco world pretty sorted, but not named, and around the world there were great artists producing music you could only really describe as Valerie-esq. While The Valerie Collative were making music largely inspired by American teen movies of the 80’s their sound still had a strong European quality to it…enter the Binary stable of artists, who took this mixture of melodic retro ElectroPop and contemporary, dancefloor aimed, production and ran with it. Adding a healthy dose of LA-centric Americana, a certain swagger if you will, to the genre and naming it. Dreamwave.

I’ll admit I was a little hesitant about the name when I first heard it being used. ‘I’ve been listening to ElectroPop for over 20 years’ I thought ‘it really doesn’t need a new name’, but credit is due to Josh and Kyle (Binary’s founders) as their vision of Dreamwave has stuck, and makes sense (even to me!) now. In retrospect the guys did a amazing job by giving this scene a name, it’s more than just a style of music (the Binary artists themselves span quite a diverse range of electronica), it’s an attitude, a soft focus outlook on life where loving and dancing are the priority. When you think of Dreamwave, not only do you thing of the perfect smooth ElectroPop/Nu-Disco blend but also of warm summer nights, partying in LA.

Whether it’s the laidback Indie-Electro of NightWaves, the Disco flavours of Keenhouse or LexiconDon’s real world ElectroPop the Binary crew are putting melody back on the dancefloor, or Disco back into songwriting, and the term Dreamwave is becoming so ubiquitous now that January’s print edition of The NME named Dreamwave their ‘D’ in an ‘A to Z for what to watch in 2011’. Let’s hope their readers take note!

Not only did Josh and Kyle pull off the (pretty hard) task of branding a type of ElectroPop, but they also branded a feeling. An aspirational lifestyle that can be yours, even if you can’t get to LA, through the music of the artists who call Binary their home.

Who are these electronic Sandmen? LexiconDon, NightWaves, Short Circuit, Keenhouse, Alfa, Fabian & The Kids Are Radioactive. You’ll get to know them very well over the course of this week!

Here’s what Josh and Kyle have to say:

ER: How did Binary get started?

J: Well, I suppose it started out of a frustration for doing what people consider to be conventional lives and jobs. Kyle and I both desperately wanted to try doing something special and different before we became tied down by things like a mortgage, a marriage, or kids. We’ve been musical compatriots practically since the day we met (sailing in Long Beach!), so starting a music company was something we felt really excited about trying. We spent a bunch of time thinking long and hard about what we wanted Binary to be, and eventually, near the middle of 2008, we quit our jobs and haven’t looked back since!

ER: Is there a Binary Mission statement?

J: For a long time we were somewhat known for saying that our mission was to “bring the song back to the dancefloor”… In a lot of ways that is definitely still a mission of ours. Most of the music we work with, put out, or write about is expertly produced electronic music that’s made for fans of all music, not just dance junkies. I don’t think that part of the mission has changed. What I’m no so sure about anymore is whether or not you could call Binary a ‘dance music’ music factory. Kyle and I love a lot of different kinds of music and I think Binary will end up being a home for a lot of music that people can’t dance to. I believe our mission is to provide an artist friendly home for great songwriters, be it on the blog, on our label, or as an artist that we manage.

ER: How do you find your roster?

K: Well our roster hasn’t changed since it was fully in place back in September of 2008. But for that process, it was a mix of musicians we were associating with at the time through a friend and we were really impressed by the material they were putting together (Fabian and Alex from LexiconDon), a couple guys we found on some blog posts (Short Circuit and Alfa), we found The Kids Are Radioactive by scouring through MySpace, which took up a lot of our time in the early days of Binary. And we saw Keenhouse play a show that another one of our friends was promoting. We spent a ton of time just jumping in head first into this community of artists online, on MySpace, that were making original music and showed a certain creative edge rather than just chopping up some songs and making remixes…it was really a great journey to take. So we found what we thought was the best and the guys that showed the most potential, and guys that were in the LA area since we were trying to build a local scene and community here, and that’s how we ended up with the roster we currently have. Nowadays, because of the blog, we get a lot of promo emails, so we’ll find a lot of upcoming talented producers that way, and just staying on top of blogs looking for new artists. I personally really like finding the totally unknown guys that I can just sense have a lot of potential and watching them grow into bigger things, whether that’s due to us or not, but unfortunately that’s getting a lot harder since MySpace has died…which is the only bad part about MySpace dying.

ER: Is LA really as cool and romantic as the music would suggest?

K:Haha, yeah, I think so. LA is as cool and romantic as you make it. LA gets a bad reputation around the world (though I think this is changing a lot) and people think it’s plastic and fake, and yeah, there are certainly big parts of the city that are like that. But it’s a very big place…big enough for all of us to create or live the life we want to live. When I first moved out here from Chicago I actually kinda’ hated this place, but once you settle in and can comfortably call it home, you start to find your own little world that works for you, with the friends you want, going to the places you want to go to, doing the things you want to do. I can’t think of a better place to live in your young 20’s than the east side of LA. We’re just all such like-minded people here, and everyone kinda’ gets each other, and we all know that we’re all kind of out here trying to live the dream. So it all works out, and some days you’ll find yourself on the freeway looking at the big green hills and the blue sky with the sun shining and you take a breath and really appreciate being here right now.

ER: Where the ladies at?

K: My lady’s at home, she’s awesome. Oh you mean where are the ladies on Binary? Haha, man there are a lot of times we wish we had more of a female presence on the label, whether that be having a full fledged Binary female artist, or even just a source to go to for female vocals on some tracks. I really hope that day comes soon, cause we could really use it. The problem is that it just seems harder to find…as I said we haven’t really expanded our roster in any case, but even if we had, I don’t usually come across female producers or singers sending us their music that would fit well with Binary. We try and push our current artists to collaborate with other singers, especially female singers, because a lot of times that is the best thing that could complement a track they may be working on, but it’s tough working on random collaborations like that. I don’t know, I think we’re going to need to start exploring some other channels. But that day will come and it will be a great day.

To get you started on your week long journey down the Binary rabbit-hole here’s NightWaves ‘Binary Hour’ mixtape, showcasing some of the best from the label:

NightWaves Presents: The Binary Hour

The Binary Hour tracklist:

01: LexiconDon – Pink + Blue
02: NightWaves – Fascination (Vocal)
03: Alfa – Funker
04: Short Circuit – This Is Real
05: Fabian – Last Flight
06: Keenhouse – Ari-es (Grum reMix)
07: NightWaves – Sweet Carrie (Beaumont reMix)
08: LexiconDon – December Sunset (U-Tern reMix)
09: The Kids Are Radioactive – Sorry
10: Short Circuit – Get Up
11: Alfa – Holy Shit!
12: Fabian – Heatwave
13: Fabian – Heatwave (Short Circuit’s Heatstroke Edit)
14: LexiconDon – Student Body
15: Keenhouse – Ari-es (Hemingway’s Starlight Yacht reMix)
16: Fabian – Starlight Love
17: LexiconDon – Hot Love
18: Short Circuit – How We Speak
19: NightWaves – Fascination (Bit Funk reMix)
20: Keenhouse – The Rendezvous

And as a bonus, check out some Binary-on-Binary reMix action:

LexiconDon – December Sunset (NightWaves reMix)

Keenhouse – Ari-es (NightWaves reMix)

Over the course of this week we will be profiling and interviewing each act on in the Binary stable. We’ll be featuring loads of awesome music, some exclusives, mixes and a competition so make sure you check back daily as we bring you the low-down on some of the finest ElectroPop being produced today.

Binary Entertainment @ Beatport

Binary Entertainment @ Juno

Binary Entertainment @ 7Digital

Binary Entertainment @ Amazon

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LexiconDon’s ‘December Sunset’ video

If you’re looking for something the humourless masses can get freaked out about in the new LexiconDon video you’re gonna’ be sorely disappointed.

After the internet got it’s collective blogging panties in a bunch over LD’s last video, ‘December Sunset’ holds no surprises. It is, however, a slick, interestingly filmed performance video that makes me wish that a) the weather was better and b) that LexiconDon would come tour the UK.

Check out LexiconDon’s album, ‘Pink + Blue’, out now on dubFrequency/Binary.

LexiconDon @ Beatport

LexiconDon @ Juno

LexiconDon @ 7Digital

LexiconDon @ Amazon

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LexiconDon’s ‘Student Body’ in video form!

LexiconDon’s ‘Student Body’ has only gone and got itself a promo video!

It’s an amazing track from, what is, one of the ElectroPop albums of the year ‘Pink + Blue’, I think the only thing missing from the LexiconDon package was a music video. Sorted.

Directed by Jason Beattie, the video makes interesting use of colour for a hyper-real 80’s look and is wonderfully tongue in cheek. I would expect nothing less than LexiconDon taking the piss so there’s no disappointment there!

LexiconDon’s ‘Pink + Blue’ is out now on dubFrequency/Binary

LexiconDon @ Beatport

LexiconDon @ Juno

LexiconDon @ 7Digital

LexiconDon @ Amazon

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LexiconDon; two new versions of ‘Student Body’

Well, this summer truly is the summer of LexiconDon!

See that little search box to the right? Well if you type ‘LexiconDon’ in there you will be rewarded with about a days worth of reading and music. We’ve written about the LA SynthPoppers quite a lot in recent months, but hell their début album, ‘Pink + Blue’, really was that good. We thought so anyway.

So here we have a couple of new reMixes of the second released track from the album ‘Student Body’ courtesy of the boys label dubFrequency.

De Pepe Guinta brings us a very chilled, slightly Indie, slightly Chillwave mix but we are brought straight back to the dancefloor by TomAHawk with a feel good, retro synth, house stormer!

LexiconDon – Student Body (De Pepe Guinta reMix)

LexiconDon – Student Body (TomAHawk reMix)

LexiconDon’s ‘Pink + Blue’ is out now on dubFrequency/Binary, and keep it locked to electronic rumors for our forthcoming Binary event!

LexiconDon @ Beatport

LexiconDon @ Juno

LexiconDon @ 7Digital

LexiconDon @ Amazon

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LexiconDon X But Funk X Build & Clancy

So, I was thinking, ‘can I do another LexiconDon post?’. With so many recent reMixes and their incredible début album dropping electronic rumors is becoming inundated with LexiconDon posts. Well, sorry, but the answer is yes, I can do another post, mainly ‘cos they are worth it, but also ‘cos these two new reMixes of ‘Student Body’ are blowing up!

I’m not going to go on about LexiconDon, do a search on this site to read how we’ve hyped them up in the recent months and a review of their album. What we’ve got here is Bit Funk and Build & Clancy taking on ‘Student Body’ for said album. the internet seems to be going ape shit over the Bit Funk reMix, and for good reason, it’s a Disco flavoured floor pleaser which washes the track with French Touch and smooth guitar licks. However, I think I prefer the Build & Clancy reMix, it’s got these nice big 80’s chords, over a pumping Nu-Disco backing that get me going just that little bit more.

LexiconDon – Student Body (Bit Funk reMix)

LexiconDon – Student Body (Build & Clancy reMix)

LexiconDon’s ‘Pink + Blue’ drops tomorrow on dubFrequency/Binary, and keep it locked to electronic rumors for our forthcoming Binary event!

LexiconDon @ Beatport

LexiconDon @ Juno

LexiconDon @ 7Digital

LexiconDon @ Amazon

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LexiconDon – Pink + Blue

LexiconDon have come on in leaps and bounds, production wise, but haven’t seem to have lost any of their raw energy.

This week finally sees the release of their début long player, ‘Pink + Blue’. An album I have been listening to for around a week now and I’m still impressed how they have managed to distil numerous slants of ElectroPop into one rad package. Firstly there is the vibe of early LexiconDon tracks. I always thought they had quite a British, almost post-punky element to their tracks, a raucous, live feel. The first tracks we heard from them, both included on this album, ‘SWMY (Staying With My Girl)’ and ‘Heart Attack’ are almost ElectroPunk tunes with chant along choruses, and yet the recent songs to come from the LexiconDon camp ‘December Sunset’ and ‘Student Body’ revealed a slicker, more mature sound. From the dreamily introspection of ‘December Sunset’ to the smoother Disco sound ‘Student Body’.

So where does the rest of the album sit? Are LexiconDon a gang of rowdy Electro troublemakers or sharp dancefloor lovers?

The answer, thankfully, is both! And that’s the most impressive thing about this record. It flows, so effortlessly, from high energy, buzzsaw synth laden, anthems to smooth late night SynthPop jams without seeming in any way jarring. Thanks, in part, to Alex Koons vocals and lyrics. The man is a story teller, weaving tales of everyday lives and loves that, at the same time, feel relatable yet exiting (kinda’ like, and I’m sure this is no accident, watching an 80’s teen movie). This is done in such a distinctive stylistic voice that, whether the songs are related or not, it feels like a complete narrative.

Musically, there is something for every Electro fan, from the noisy synths of ‘Hollywood Sound’ to the synthesizer Funk of ‘Student Body’ to the retro SynthPop of ‘Boy Vs. Girl Pt. 1’. And, of course, there is a healthy dose of Dreamwave in the mix, ‘Hot Love’ in particular has some awesome huge Dreamwave-esq 80’s chords.

Honestly (and this is in no way meant as a dis to the early LexiconDon tracks) I really liked ‘Heart Attack’ and ‘SWMY’ when they first came out, but I would have never expected an album this good, this varied, this slick, to come from the same band. LexiconDon’s ‘Pink + Blue’ is defiantly one of the albums of the year.

LexiconDon – December Sunset

LexiconDon – Student Body

LexiconDon’s ‘Pink + Blue’ drops tomorrow on dubFrequency/Binary, and keep it locked to electronic rumors for our forthcoming Binary event!

LexiconDon @ Beatport

LexiconDon @ Juno

LexiconDon @ 7Digital

LexiconDon @ Amazon

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LexiconDon checks out the ‘Student Body’

Hey, did we mention we’re particularly exited about LexiconDon’s forthcoming début album? No? We’d better mention it then!

Here at electronic rumors we’re particularly excited about LexiconDon’s forthcoming début album!

And to keep that excitement going Binary have dropped the second preview track from ‘Pink + Blue’, released later this month. ‘Student Body’, like ‘December Sunset’ the previous track, is smoother and more mature (musically) than we had previously been used to, which bodes well for the album. This track is just pure catchy summer SynthPop. It’s got everything in the right places; a mid 80’s R&B groove, Indie tinged vocals with a cool narrative, retro ElectroPop synths.

This is music to wear shades to…

LexiconDon – Student Body

LexiconDon’s ‘Pink + Blue’ is due to drop 24th August on dubFrequency/Binary, and keep it locked to electronic rumors for our forthcoming Binary event!

LexiconDon @ Beatport

LexiconDon @ Juno

LexiconDon @ 7Digital

LexiconDon @ Amazon

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LexiconDon & NightWaves

We’ve got another reMix of LexiconDon’s awesome ‘December Sunset’, a track we’ve featured a couple of times already, this time by label mates NightWaves.

NW’s Josh and Kyle give the track more of an organic groove. Less electronic sounding, more sounding like a jam. Sweeping synths are replaced with organs giving the track a live music feel. The original is one of the best ElectroPop tracks of the year so far and this reMix takes it into the ‘best Pop song’ category too.

Still can’t kill the Simmons rolls though!

LexiconDon – December Sunset (NightWaves reMix)

Be sure to check out the original track too right here.

If you’re fans of Binary records and that sweet LA SynthPop sound then keep it locked to electronic rumors in the coming weeks, we have a pretty special Binary even planned for y’all!

The album, ‘Pink + Blue’ is due to drop 24th August on dubFrequency/Binary.

LexiconDon @ Beatport

LexiconDon @ Juno

LexiconDon @ 7Digital

LexiconDon @ Amazon

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More new LexiconDon!

A couple of weeks ago we dropped a preview track from LA SynthPoppers LexiconDon’s forthcoming début long player. The track, ‘December Sunset’ has been on rotation here ever since and has us dying with anticipation for the album to be released. An evolution from their rabble rousing Electro everyman-call-to-arms into something a lot smoother and heartfelt, the track has captured out imaginations.

While we haven’t got another new track for you today, what we do have is a reMix of ‘December Sunset’ by Canadian producer U-Tern. And what a reMix it is! That FM synth bassline is so infections that if it doesn’t get you moving your probably in a coma, or dead and the nurses haven’t noticed! And just when you think you’re full, and the huge synth stabs are still ringing round your head…enter slap bass solo!

LexiconDon – December Sunset (U-Tern reMix)

Have a refresher of the original version while you’re here!

LexiconDon – December Sunset

If you’re fans of Binary records and that sweet LA SynthPop sound then keep it locked to electronic rumors in the coming weeks, we have a pretty special Binary even planned for y’all!

LexiconDon’s album, ‘Pink + Blue’ is due to drop 24th August on dubFrequency/Binary.

LexiconDon @ Beatport

LexiconDon @ Juno

LexiconDon @ 7Digital

LexiconDon @ Amazon

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