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AV AV AV ‘Habitat’

In order to complete the acoustic elements, they received some help from ELOQ’s dad Henrik Janson, who has composed and recorded a string arrangement that blends perfectly with the track. His musical résumé includes acts like Pink, Take That and Backstreet Boys. Besides this, he was also the composer of the string arrangement for the famous hit “Toxic” by Britney Spears.

“Habitat was created through a journey in sound, and when Henrik Janson recorded the cello on the track, we knew it was complete. We are all extremely proud of Habitat, and we think it is definitely a track that has shown us the direction in which we are headed with the entire AV AV AV project” The trio explains about the collaboration with Henrik Janson

The music video for “Habitat” was made by the illustrator and film instructor Anders Morgenthaler, the collaboration discussed by AV AV AV below:

“We were contacted by Anders Morgenthaler who told us that he was in love with our music and wanted to Brothers”by Kashmir, probably the best animation music video ever made in Denmark. visualise our expression. We felt extremely honoured that he wanted to make a music video for us. He’s the man behind “Rocket

The full process of the Habitat video has taken nearly two years because of the great deal of work it took to create the 3D animations. During this time we have simultaneously been working on the track. We felt we had to make the track even better every time we saw new video material from Anders and his crew. So in a way, the track and the video developed together through this process.”

As well as this, AV AV AV have a series of live performances in the pipeline too, including Frost Festival in Copenhagen on February 25th, By:Larm in Oslo in March, Spot Festival in Aarhus in May and recently announced Roskilde Festival in June.

Staying true to their word, the electronic collective turn up the heat with ‘Habitat’ and continue to gear towards their goal of becoming one of the best live acts over the next few years.

About AV AV AV
AV AV AV had their debut in 2015 with the EP “They Live”, which got a great deal of attention both in Denmark and internationally, with airplay on BBC’s Radio 1 and complimentary words from the global producer Diplo, who referred to the music as “Future Gospel”. The great interest the band received for their music resulted in sold out shows in Denmark and a sold out Club NME at KOKO in London, not to mention a list of other critically acclaimed concerts at both international and Danish festivals like By:Larm in Oslo, Sonár Reykjavik/Stockholm/Copenhagen, Spot Festival, Roskilde Festival, Tinderbox and Northside. Since then, lead single from their forthcoming ‘Everything Is True EP’ has been supported by BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens &Toddla T, as well as Brighton’s godfather of Dance, Fatboy Slim.

Martin Solveig – ‘Places’ feat. Ina Wroldsen (Icarus Remix)

Parisian hitmaker Martin Solveig has recruited Bristol-based electronic duo Icarus to remix his latest single, ‘Places’ feat. Ina Wroldsen, out today via Positiva/Virgin EMI.

Formed around Ina Wroldsen’s sultry vocals, Icarus’ club-facing rendition of ‘Places’ is armed with ambient synth chords, a stomping bassline and syncopated percussion, which compliments Martin’s original track. Consisting of brothers Tom and Ian Griffiths, Icarus’ cleverly crafted blend of house music has been championed across BBC Radio 1 by Pete Tong, Annie Mac and Mistajam, to name a few.

Solveig displayed a striking new sound for the original of his single ‘Places’ and enlisted the vocal talent of Norwegian singer/songwriter Ina Wroldsen, who notably leant her vocals to Calvin Harris & Disciples’ hit ‘How Deep Is Your Love’ and co-wrote Clean Bandit’s #1 single ‘Rockabye’.

Released at the end of last year, the upbeat track has received over 13.4 million Spotify plays and gained support across BBC Radio 1 from Danny Howard, Clara Amfo and Adele Roberts.

Solveig has recently been spending time in the studio collaborating with a wealth of exciting artists, including Oliver Heldens, Clean Bandit and Tiga. Elsewhere, Martin has announced he will be bringing his spectacular ‘My House’ party series to Egg London on 10th March. The highly-anticipated event follows on from his Pacha residency last summer, where he played alongside a star-studded cast of guest artists including Mark Ronson, Diplo, Tinie Tempah and Blonde.

JNTHN STEIN Releases Debut ‘Changes’ EP – Out Now on etcetc Music

Brooklyn-based producer and classically trained multi-instrumentalist JNTHN STEIN delivers his debut solo EP ‘Changes.’ A unique fusion of live instrumentation and innovative production that walks the blurred line between electronic and live music, STEIN’s ‘Changes’ is out now on etcetc Music.

The title track on the EP – ‘Changes’ – deploys animated, upfront synths, delicate piano and a re-pitched vocal to immediate effect. STEIN’s inspirations from jazz, hip-hop and electronic music are evident in the production, and indeed the entire EP, with his grasp of melody only complimented further by his skills in arrangement.

‘CMPRSSN’, the second track on the EP, swells in peaks and troughs, fusing smooth Rhodes piano ostinatos into lush atmospheres and live percussion. STEIN’s musical ability is clear, with rich aesthetics and textures combining to form a complete sonic experience – soulful electric guitar, bass riffs and synth lines work in harmony to create an orchestral wall of sound, topped only by a searing vocal from the man himself.

Emitting a more pop-orientated sentiment, STEIN’s trans-Atlantic collaboration with London-based R&B artist BXRBER ‘Silvertown’ is a smooth and soulful dose of surging instrumentation and groove. The vocal hook and guitar licks resonate and reverberate in perfect unison, building up to an unabashed, high-energy third act.

STEIN continues to establish his solo identity as part of the globally renowned production collective Team Supreme, which he co-founded. Producing alongside peers Grammy-nominated Djemba Djemba and Mr Carmack, 2017 is set to be the year that STEIN announces himself to a global audience. As an ambassador for Ableton and their Push 2 controller, as well as receving extensive support from BBC Radio 1 and Beats 1 Radio, it’s clear that STEIN’s talent is making its mark.

Danish trio AV AV AV unearth next single ‘Habitat’ from forthcoming ‘Everything Is True’ EP

“ELOQ”, “Unkwon” and “DJ.E.D.D.E.H.” are always inspired to make new music when they place themselves in isolated environments. There was no exception in the music making for their upcoming EP, where they have also chosen to flee to a summer hideaway to escape the noise of the city. “Habitat”, which is the second single from this EP, embraces acoustic elements that blend together with electronic beats and multi-layered soundscapes.

In order to complete the acoustic elements, they received some help from ELOQ’s dad Henrik Janson, who has composed and recorded a string arrangement that blends perfectly with the track. His musical résumé includes acts like Pink, Take That and Backstreet Boys. Besides this, he was also the composer of the string arrangement for the famous hit “Toxic” by Britney Spears.

“Habitat was created through a journey in sound, and when Henrik Janson recorded the cello on the track, we knew it was complete. We are all extremely proud of Habitat, and we think it is definitely a track that has shown us the direction in which we are headed with the entire AV AV AV project” The trio explains about the collaboration with Henrik Janson

The forthcoming music video for “Habitat” was made by the illustrator and film instructor Anders Morgenthaler, the collaboration discussed by AV AV AV below:
“We were contacted by Anders Morgenthaler who told us that he was in love with our music and wanted to visualise our expression. We felt extremely honoured that he wanted to make a music video for us. He’s the man behind “Rocket Brothers”by Kashmir, probably the best animation music video ever made in Denmark.
The full process of the Habitat video has taken nearly two years because of the great deal of work it took to create the 3D animations. During this time we have simultaneously been working on the track. We felt we had to make the track even better every time we saw new video material from Anders and his crew. So in a way, the track and the video developed together through this process.”

The video premieres on Thursday February 2nd.

As well as this, AV AV AV have a series of live performances in the pipeline too, including Frost Festival in Copenhagen on February 25th, By:Larm in Oslo in March, and Spot Festival in Aarhus in May.

Staying true to their word, the electronic collective turn up the heat with ‘Habitat’ and continue to gear towards their goal of becoming one of the best live acts over the next few years.

About AV AV AV
AV AV AV had their debut in 2015 with the EP “They Live”, which got a great deal of attention both in Denmark and internationally, with airplay on BBC’s Radio 1 and complimentary words from the global producer Diplo, who referred to the music as “Future Gospel”. The great interest the band received for their music resulted in sold out shows in Denmark and a sold out Club NME at KOKO in London, not to mention a list of other critically acclaimed concerts at both international and Danish festivals like By:Larm in Oslo, Sonár Reykjavik/Stockholm/Copenhagen, Spot Festival, Roskilde Festival, Tinderbox and Northside. Since then, lead single from their forthcoming ‘Everything Is True EP’ has been supported by BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens & Toddla T, as well as Brighton’s godfather of Dance, Fatboy Slim.

Bro Safari Releases Official Video For “The Drop” – Live at We Are NRG

Producer Nicholas Weiller, known to millions as Bro Safari, continues to brand the industry with a searing impression of his hip-hop influenced trap and huge moombathon mixes, that have earned him his stripes alongside some of electronic music’s biggest and best. This afternoon Bro Safari released the new video for “The Drop” which comes live from We Are NRG, and can be viewed here.

An avid punk rock fan that originally began producing drum n bass back in his hometown of Atlanta, he adopted the tongue-in-cheek demeanour of Bro Safari to launch his explosive foray into palpitation-inducing dubstep and bass-pummelling trap. Working with long-time collaborator UFO!, the pairing have remixed names including M.I.A. and Kill The Noise, receiving support from huge acts including Jack Ü, DJ Snake, RL Grime and more, their collaborative 10-track project ‘Animal’ also saw US hip-hop star Iggy Azalea add her talent to the instrumental original, with a flipped-out freestyle of bars that sent the blogsphere into a vortex.

As collaborations with names such as Dillon Francis and Valentino Khan continued to showcase that he could hold his own and bring his undeniable flair to the table, his solo releases continue on in pushing the envelope of experimental electronic music. From his various releases on OWSLA, DimMak or on EP’s like ‘Bender’ and ‘Bros Gone Wild’ with their Southern-heavy influence of strung-out, cutting bass beats, his Notorious B.I.G. sampling tracks ‘Uncrushable’ and ‘Scumbag’ also showcase his wide-scoping breadth of knowledge and arsenal of weaponry.

As prolific on the live circuit as he is in the studio, Bro Safari’s tour calendar has spanned the globe’s most notable music events, with appearances’ at Lollapalooza, ULTRA Music Festival, Electric Forest, TomorrowWorld, Mysteryland, Electric Zoo, EDC New York and many more, it’s no surprise that radio mixes for the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Diplo & Friends and Annie Nightingale have been in demand for the airwaves, taking his sound to a global audience of millions.

From the textural intricacy of recent release ‘Follow’, to his “Pretty Good Tour” that will kick-off this fall with MC collaborator Armanni Reign, these shows past, present and future are readied to drive his status as one of the most promising, bubbling forces in US electronic music.

Redlight – New Flows

British DJ and producer Redlight announces the release of his highly-anticipated single New Flows, out now via Insomniac Records. With infectious vocals and a high-energy bassline, the energetic title track is dancefloor ready, in addition to receiving regular play with BBC Radio 1. The release is rounded out by the producer’s ‘Rugged & Raw’ mix, flipping the original on its head through deep tones and robotic synths, setting itself apart while offering up a taste of the producer’s range and diversity.

mAsis – Skin

Braxton transforms JONES ‘Wild’

As Braxton shifts towards a wealth of new material, his latest remix of JONES ‘Wild’ displays the diversity and depth in his productions. ‘Wild’ (Braxton Remix) is forthcoming on 37 Adventures.

This remix follows on from a year of triumph for the Brighton based DJ and producer, who has well and truly left his mark. He’s gained consistent support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard & Phil Taggert, as well as regular spins on Australia’s Triple J, and a certified nod from tastemakers such as The Magician, Tiësto
& Cedric Gervais.

Leading with rich undertones and tribal elements, Braxton has transformed the original, soft delicacy into a late night anthem.

About Braxton
Hailing from Brighton, Braxton quickly caught the attention from BBC Radio 1 tastemakers Pete Tong & MistaJam, along with international DJs for his debut release ‘21 Days’. That, alongside past remixes for the likes of kyla La Grange, Blonde, Chloe Black & Tourist – Braxton has caused a global stir. Not forgetting his 4-track EP on MTA Records with tracks including ‘Something About You’ & ‘Stronger’ – a track that was described by BBC Radio 1XTRA’s MistaJam as “the best house record MTA have released since Ben Pearce What I Might Do” – and serving up unforgettable guest mixes for THUMP, Earmilk, Data Transmission, Fabriclive & Beatport.