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ayeko on 12/16/2012 at 07:58PM

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Upitup_Records on 12/10/2012 at 11:00AM

Upitup Records Celebrates 50+ Free Releases

Welcome To Büromaschinen Cover by LRNZ

As Upitup Records prepares to enter its 10th year, we've got a lot to celebrate including a catalogue of more than 50 free releases!

One such release is Mellifluous Ichor From Sunless Regions by The Wyrding Module. One hour of sono-thaumaturgical experiments divided in 4 chapters, seamlessly executed by Salford based paramusician Christopher Gladwin, also known for being half of the legendary electronic duo Team Doyobi, who are responsible for over 15 years of incredible tunes on labels like Skam∆IcaseaTigerbeat6 and Fat CatMelliflous Ichor From Sunless Regions is a mantra-shaped lysergic trip into the unknown. 

Another recent addition is Welcome To Büromaschinen by Büromaschinen, the ideal soundtrack for the best Sci-Fi film that everybody loves but never existed. This is their first release on Upitup, and is a perfect introduction to his sound. The album features a selection of tracks produced in the last decade, including some of his secret classics like Approaching Sector XDotchidabe, Sabrina and Freescape, that are both perfect for the dancefloor and personal listening.
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dvd on 08/02/2012 at 12:30PM

MP3 of the Day: Fhernando, "(I Need Ya) L.O.V.E"

Intent on recreating an aesthetic pioneered by the 80s, Mexico-based musician Fhernando brings back the funk in Last Days of Disco.

The young DJ is not a stranger to the music scene. Since his teenage years, Fhernando or Fernando Ramires Rios has been composing music and has already released several EPs and singles. His most recent album, Sweet Addiction produced a lot of buzz on music websites.

Featuring 12 tracks of musical bliss, Last Days of Disco will transport you into an era of upbeat yet soothing melodies (via Curator Frostclick).

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natalieee on 07/31/2012 at 04:34PM

Fhernando: Last Days of Disc

And here we go again! Some sweet sounds from one amazing DJ. Check it out and let us know what you think!

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Intent on recreating an aesthetic pioneered by the 80s, Mexico-based musician Fhernando brings back the funk in Last Days of Disco.

The young DJ is not a stranger to the music scene. Since his teenage years, Fhernando or Fernando Ramires Rios has been composing music and has already released several EPs and singles. His most recent album, Sweet Addiction produced a lot of buzz on music websites.

Featuring 12 tracks of musical bliss, Last Days of Disco will transport you into an era of upbeat yet soothing melodies.

For more on the album (and to discover more) make sure to visit FrostClick.

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studio11 on 02/18/2011 at 05:30PM

James Curd - Greenskeepers - Ziggy Franklin - An International House D.J. Shares The Secrets Of The Chicago Swing House Sound

James Curd - Chicago To Australia

For their inaugural Free Music Archive release, Studio 11 founders Alex Gross and Dan Scalpone caught up with James Curd, international house D.J. and creator of Greenskeepers Music. Alex comments,

The history of Studio 11 and Greenskeepers dates back over a decade. As young pioneers on the Chicago music scene, Studio 11 founder Dan Scalpone and I would find ourselves at bars and pickup jams with the likes of original GK members Coban Rudish and Mark Share. So naturally, when the band needed some work on their 2005 release “Pleetch”(OM Records), Studio 11 was an obvious choice. The album was completed in Chicago and New York, and off the band went to tour the world.  It wasn’t until 2006 that I caught back up with the guys. Having completed their 2006 release “Polo Club”(OM Records), the band invited me out to New York for their album release party at Love nightclub in Greenwich Village. The performance was a showstopper, highlighted by classy costume wear and righteous onstage swagger. Of notable memory was Nick Maurer’s Sgt. Pepperesque stage coat, sunglasses, and sarcastic antics.

James Curd And Alex Gross In The Studio
James Curd And Alex Gross In The Studio

Following this, time and difference reinvented the Greenskeepers. In recent years GK founder James Curd hashed out a new sound, lineup, and workflow with a majority of the material being completed in Chicago at Studio 11. Additionally, James aggressively expanded his D.J. career, completing releases and remixes for the likes of D.F.A, Drop U.K., Groove Armada, Hercules And Love Affair, Mos Def and Lenny Kravitz, Colette, Derrick Carter, Gene Farris, Om Records, and more. I can’t say enough good things about working with James in the studio. Not only is he one of Chicago’s most innovative musicians, he is astoundingly prolific – with releases totaling in the hundreds.

Dan caught up with James for an interview:


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