Austra featured on Vice’s Noisey

Canadian ElectroPop trio Austra are featured on Noisey, the new music discovery site from Vice. You can check out loads of pretty cool live footage from their recent Toronto show with interviews and comment.

Here’s the M Bash directed video for their recent single ‘Loose It’ for a taster.

Right now you can meet Austra on Noisey

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[Via Vice Magazine]

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Mums Of Death’s 16-bit RPG

You’ve probably already heard the awesomely named Mums Of Death’s début EP, ‘Golden Axe’ by now. This collaboration between Drums Of Death and Mumdance have dropped an EP of top quality ChipTune Electro along with this awesome 16-bit RPG inspired video.

Now Vice magazine need your help to answer one of life’s biggest questions!

Drugs, Music or Computer Games?

Answers on a postcard to here.

The Golden Axe EP is out not on Greco-Roman.

Mums Of Death @ Beatport

Mums Of Death @ Juno

Mums Of Death @ 7Digital

Mums Of Death @ Amazon

[Via Vice Magazine]

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Vice’s ‘The Producer’s series features Gareth Jones

Anyone interested in electronic music production should head on over to the Vice Broadcasting System and check out their new series ‘The Producers’.

Each episode of the series spends a little time in the studio with some of the UK’s most exiting producers and discusses their techniques and philosophies and how they approach making the ground breaking records they do.

The latest episode focuses on Gareth Jones, the legendary producer/engineer responsible for some of the classics of SynthPop including albums by Depeche Mode, Erasure, John Foxx, Wire, Einstürzende Neubauten and Mesh.

Check out the trailer for the series…

…and head on over to VBS-TV to watch the episode and catch the previous instalment featuring Sheffield producer Toddla T.

[Via Vice Magazine]

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Kap Bambino & Dragonfly Love

ElectroPunks Kap Bambino are the subject of Director Thomas Hilland’s short film created after being asked to make a clip using Nokia’s new N8 smartphone.

The result mixes Kap Bambino’s music with flying robot dragonflies, spandex fishermen and Norway’s coastline.

Enjoy ‘Dragonfly Love’:

Kap Bambino @ Beatport

Kap Bambino @ Juno

Kap Bambino @ 7Digital

Kap Bambino @ Amazon

[Via Vice Magazine]

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More from Vice’s The Creators Project

Mark Ronson

Vice and Intel’s The Creators Project just goes from strength to strength. The project is not only a showcase for creative innovation but also is designed to facilitate content creation form some of the hippest music and arts creators around right now. This month workaholic producer Mark Ronson takes some time out to put trumpets all over the project. check out his video here, http://www.thecreatorsproject.com/en-uk/creators/mark-ronson, where the man speaks on producing Lily Allen & Amy Winehouse, his love of analog synths and 60’s recording techniques. It’s an interesting watch for any musical gear geeks! While you’re there check out some of the other creators spotlights on the likes of Diplo, N.A.S.A.PhoenixBrodinskiCSS and Peaches.

When you’ve watched your fill, why not come on back and check out Kissy Sell Out’s 2007 bootleg of Ronson’s ‘Stop Me’:

Mark Ronson – Stop Me (Kissy Sell Out’s True Romance reMix)

Mark Ronson @ Beatport

Mark Ronson @ Juno

Mark Ronson @ 7Digital

Mark Ronson @ Amazon

[Via Vice Magazine]

Peaches @ Vice’s The Creators Project

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Vice recently teamed up with Intel to unleash The Creators Project onto an unsuspecting world. Set up to showcase creative innovation and to facilitate content creation form some of the hippest music and arts creators around right now.

Electro maniac Peaches gets the spotlight at http://www.thecreatorsproject.com/en-uk/creators/peaches discussing art and technology. Well worth a watch!

Peaches – Show Stopper (Tommie Sunshine Reverser Edit)

Peaches @ Beatport

Peaches @ Juno

Peaches @ 7Digital

Peaches @ Amazon

[Via Vice Magazine]

Re:Pokémon

RePokemon

It appears to be that time again…Nintendo are putting out another Pokémon game, for the Nintendo DS and to celebrate this auspicious occasion Vice Magazine have teamed up with Nintendo and commissioned seven artists to present their interpretation of Nintendo’s little critters.

Put together in an exhibition titled Re:Pokémon that take’s place at Shoreditch’s Blackall Studios from 24th-31st March, all seven pieces, including the above by Jon Burgerman will be on display.

Not only are Vice Magazine and Nintendo running a competition to win both new games and a DS but they are also throwing a launch party with Filthy Dukes, Friendly Fires and Real Gold gracing the decks that you can win tickets for!

Head on over to www.viceland.com/repokemon to check out the artwork and enter the competition.

[Via Vice Magazine]