So you might have spotted a few weeks ago that TTT are back in our lives with a track for the internet's titled 'Dies in 55'. We now get to hear their double A-side 7" due out Oct 31st on Double Six/Domino, Wish You Were Red/Engelhardt's Arizona. It's good to have TTT back, Feeding Time had London's most ethnically diverse band play for us on a bill with Teengirl Fantasy, Arch M and Bullion way back in 2009, what a bill that was... and since then we have done nothing but pester them in the pub and pray night and day for more material, We always get what we want.
Trailer Trash Tracys - Wish You Were Red
Trailer Trash Tracys - Engelhardt's Arizona
The gut wrenching Fun magazine is back with another issue, despite the fury over the previous issues vile contents. Fun offers insights in to the free flowing and depraved minds of the universe. Fun issue 6 'The Lolzzzzzzzz Issue' features sleep demons, Japanese chloroform killers, people who get off on being suffocated in rubber beds, Islamic dream interpretation and a stark warning from beyond the grave.
Feeding Time's Jake McGowan will be manning the decks at the launch alongside Nothing Is, Stevie Nudist & Iwillfuckingkillyou at The Alibi this Thursday 15th.
We are very pleased to announce that not only have one of our favourite bands Peaking Lights signed to our friends and Domino Records imprint Weird World, but they will also be playing a show for us at the legendary Plastic People here in London on the 6th of December. Ticket details to follow, Buy your ticket's here. I am sure you don't need me to tell you that you will have to be quick off the mark to nab a place at this intimate performance from the wonderfully dubbed-out husband and wife duo.
Weird World will be re-releasing the genuinely awesome "936" Which effortlessly combined cyclical and trance like percussion with enough psychological-psychedelia to shake a leg to. Originally released on a limited run through Not Not Fun this year. 2012 will see a new release. Aaron Coyes seems to be the most equipped man to tell us about the new long player, so here he is ...
“The songs that we've been working on have been very groovy and psyched out, foraging deeper into new rhythm techniques and territories, smoother bass lines w/ a heavy dub influence looking outward to private press boogie records, african & latin rhythms and tranced vibrations of the most killer all nite party you've never been to: less cocaine, more weed, a sustained orgasm, maintaining 100% creative control, late hot summer nights, come down chill room and low lit zone, lazer light show, smoke machines, being naked and watching the sun rise. This has been inspired by a long wild ride of a year with the birth of our son Mikko Lorenzo Dunis Coyes being at the helm of inspiration. We're working on moving in new directions, there's a lot of things we'll never give up in our passion for making killer chunes but the birth of our son has been an eye opening event to infinite possibilities...”
Listen to a brand new mix from the depths of the obviously deep record collection of the Peaking Light family and re-introduce/introduce yourself to Tiger Eyes (Laid Back) track from "936"
Peaking Lights - Mixxed Up Mix.
Feeding Time family member Radiant Dragon is one of the most inspiring people we know, architect, artist, good-guy and first and foremost a musical visionary. Here is a total exclusive of the new video for first track sampler from the long awaited LP "Screengazers". Terminal is about as well rounded as it gets, delightfully mind-bending audio with super sci-fi imagery.
This is what RD had to say:
Terminal is about enveloping your senses through walls of sound, looping the beginning and endings of infinity, gazing through your screen at a journey through space that begins and ends with your eye. It recalls what cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin said - 'I could have kept on flying through space forever.'
So the first glimpse of OPN's new long player which will be released via Daniel Lopatin and Joel Ford's own label Software (mexican Summer) in November. Replica is the title but once again OPN's creates something that is anything but a replication with Sleep Dealer. I get the sense this track might be the calm before the storm, with it's understated vocal-cut slumber-jam feel.
02. Sleep Dealer
03. Power of Persuasion
09. Child Soldier
A little while ago a friend of mine did something that I often consider, she upped sticks and moved back to her native Sweden. Not that I am from Sweden personally, but migrating does seem to weigh upon my mind being a London dweller.
I guess a moment of calm and time away from the rewarding but cranial-crushing capital can spur some special and reflective thoughts. Disa Braunerhielm/Diset has seemingly collated the essence of City struggle and filtered it through a cool Scandinavian stream filter, producing grand electronic music which still has the intoxicating natural sound of someone discovering their own talent in music making for the first time.
Diset - Main
Diset - (Day Fighting Back)
Diset - Glömma
Sleep ∞ Over's Stefanie Franciotti has created a shimmering and in places deeply disturbing mix for us here at FT. Stef is calling this her 'Intuitive Driving Mix' to be honest If this came on the stereo on a night-time drive through her native Austin Texas a sense of filmic fear would intuitively make me hit the accelerator, leaving a paranoid dust-trail. S∞O will be over here in the UK for some dates with deeply connected fellow texans Pure X very soon and the debut album will be dropping Sept 27th via our good friends Hippos In Tanks. You can hear/download 'Romantic Streams' below, a taster from said album, with pop vocals so soothing they will blow away the fearful cobwebs induced by our third FT mix.
1. Upper Astral, "Journey to the End of the Universe"
2. Bibio, "Dopplerton"
3. Enya, "Bodicia"
4. Wendy Carlos, "Air on a G String from Orchestral Suite No. 3"
5. Delia Derbyshire, "Sea"
6. Raga Chrome, "Dutchie"
7. Phew, "Doze"
8. Rivers of Light, "Morning Mists"
So this Saturday you can catch Feeding Time DJ's nestled amongst a pretty amazing line up, extremely excited to see Electrelane, OPN and John Cale in particular. Catch us at the Lock Tavern/Shacklewell Arms stage and with our NTS family backstage. Tickets still on sale, check it all out on the Field Day website.