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Stream Ride's First New Song in 20 Years "Charm Assault"

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Ride today unveil ‘Charm Assault’, their first new music in 20 years.

Produced by legendary DJ, producer and remixer Erol Alkan, “Charm Assault” sees Ride on classic form as driving drums, and chiming guitar lines underpin Andy Bell’s unmistakable vocals on this urgent and vital opening salvo from their eagerly anticipated forthcoming album. 311 more words

Music

Ramblings On: RTJ, Gigs, Trash, Films and the A List

Run The Jewels have announced a European tour and are heading to London in April. I managed to get tickets (thanks to Songkick for a pre-sale link). 427 more words

Ramblings

EROL ALKAN: KEEPS KIDS DANCING

‘If we loved something, we’d play it’. 

This was the unofficial manifesto of Trash, an indie London nightclub founded by the Turkish Cypriot DJ, Erol Alkan at the impressive age of 22. 166 more words

Indie

Connan Mockasin - 'Forever Dolphin Love (Erol Alkan Rework)'

I’m not stranger to writing about Erol Alkan on this blog. I’ve been a fan for years and I’m always delighted to hear a new rework or production. 40 more words

BEYOND The WIZARDS SLEEVE - " Black Crow "

Through their prolific remix work in the last decade, Erol Alkan and Richard Norris have brought psychedelic music to the dance floor. The band name they chose, … 229 more words

MUSIC

Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve - 'Diagram Girl'

Resting in the space between psychedelic rock and electronica is Beyond The Wizard’s Sleeve (whose “Re-Amaginations” I’ve talked about before). ‘Diagram Girl’ combines etherial vocals and melancholic chords with a thunderous electronic beats. 37 more words

LA Priest - 'Engine (Erol Alkan's Transonic Re-Edit)'

Erol Alkan’s remixography is full of classics and his re-edit of LA Priest is one of the greats. The Morse code riffs, grinding synths and aggressive drum machines form a darkly danceable groove. 30 more words