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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Simian Mobile Disco Are Playing At Your House?

posted by on April 17 at 13:30 PM


Hot-shit electro producers Simian Mobile Disco (“We Are Your Friends,” “Hustler,” countless awesome remixes) want to play at your party. Check it out, and someone in Seattle, PLEASE make this happen here:

Simian Mobile Disco are going back to their roots. You can be an integral part of the party. SMD are playing at my house invites you to plan a party around a Simian Mobile Disco DJ set. Apply online by clicking here and entering the following information:

* Your venue: it can be any venue so long as it’s party proof. It could be a club, a bar, a house party, warehouse party, holiday villa (swimming pool optional);

* Your line up: which other DJs will be playing (please provide myspace links /set lists if possible);

* up to 100 words about why SMD should be playing at your house.

SMD will reply directly to five finalists who will be asked to provide more information on their planned party. SMD will play a two hour set at the winning party on a date to be agreed.

Initial entries by 18th June (when SMD’s album is released) and a winner will be announced shortly thereafter.

Don’t forget to tell all of your friends to increase your chances of winning!

Good luck!

And now, Simian Mobile Disco’s “It’s The Beat”:

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The most breathlessly acclaimed dance-music producers of the last twelve months give us a look of the future -- ESG's "The Beat" from 1983 with bleepy bits.

Posted by Fawkes | April 17, 2007 7:27 PM

How dare someone sample ESG! Why, it's simply not done...

Posted by Eric Grandy | April 17, 2007 8:20 PM

Nice -- the problem, though, of course, isn't digging up an old record, but doing it and adding only a bare '90s house beat, Norman Cook silliness, and a spackle of squelch. Some lovely keyboards in there can't help me feeling cold to the whole thing.

Simian Mobile Disco's house stunt looks good, and I'm curious how their Bugged Out mix turned out, but they seem to be getting a lot of mileage out of not a whole lot.

Posted by Fawkes | April 18, 2007 12:00 AM

Fair enough, Fawkes. But listen to their remixes of the Go Team, the Rapture, their production for the Klaxons, or any of their other original tracks. These guys may be leaning to hard on their source material here, but they've got plenty of other tricks up their sleeves.

Posted by Eric Grandy | April 18, 2007 12:49 PM

i'm going to do this..

Posted by Jedd! | April 21, 2007 7:36 PM

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