Paint the whole world with a rainbow
This is a bugger. TAPE's good friend Matt Waites, resident DJ at Liars Club and AKA dastardly remixer Dangerflirt, has just sent me his latest track. He's done it with Pete from Liars Club, and I don't know as yet what they're calling themselves for it, but it's a remix of 'Gravity's Rainbow' by 'nu-rave' (jesus) indie chancers The Klaxons. It's absolutely AMAZING, and not to be confused with the bizarre re-rub by To My Boy that you can download from The Klaxons' Myspace page. I am, unfortunately, under strict instructions not to post it, 'cos it's not yet been mastered, record company will whine, artists will starve etc; but trust me when I say it's a fucking high watermark for indie-acid house shenanigans, with beefy synths, rude bass and amyl rush after amyl rush...Erol is apparently loving it, and desperate to play it out now (I can understand his eagerness - this track is custom-made to annihilate the 'floor at Trash/Bugged Out), but Matt and Pete have displayed admirable restraint and asked Sir Alkan to wait. I guess we'll have to wait too. But look out for it, it should emerge in the nearish future on Noize; and perhaps we'll post it when it's sold a few copies....I have a feeling it's going to sell more than a few, so fair play to Matt and Pete for a job well done.
More music soon, I promise.