Axwell Λ Ingrosso – Thinking About You

Ethereal – Final Fantasy (Album)

Fat Panda – NSFW video

Australian twins Gemellini release their latest single ‘Fat Panda’ through Central Stations Records on July 14th, accompanied by the world of soft toys’ answer to Bad Lieutenant.

If Quentin Tarantino ever decides to turn his gaze to stuffed animals, the video for ‘Fat Panda’ is potentially the end product. A far cry from the cuddly, friendly global view of these much-loved bamboo-chewing creatures, Gemellini immerses viewers in a NSFW environment where our protagonist – calling him a hero would be a stretch too far – enjoys a twisted, narcotic-fuelled rollercoaster ride through bongs, bubbling spoons of brown, fur-riddled jacking up and black and white organized street gang crime. Sounds dark? You’re not wrong.

With the twins’ bass-jerking, progressively climbing, chord-ridden production setting the backing track to proceedings, director Aymeric De Meautis of Australian film outfit Joker Theory takes us hand in hand as Fat Panda indulges in crack dens, heroin-chic painted ladies, seedy, stained surroundings and ultimately, though somehow not regrettably, his own particular demise.

Not so much furry as utterly f*cked-up, for fans of Sydney based twins Gemellini it’s yet another step in the right direction as the brothers step up their assault on electronic charts the world over. With much more to come from the pair as 2014 rolls out, if ‘Fat Panda’ is in anyway indicative of their ultimate ambitions, may we politely suggest you take cover…

GEMELLINI RELEASE A VERY BAD ‘FAT PANDA’

Australian twins Gemellini release their latest single ‘Fat Panda’ through Central Stations Records on July 14th, accompanied by the world of soft toys’ answer to Bad Lieutenant.

If Quentin Tarantino ever decides to turn his gaze to stuffed animals, the video for ‘Fat Panda’ is potentially the end product. A far cry from the cuddly, friendly global view of these much-loved bamboo-chewing creatures, Gemellini immerses viewers in a NSFW environment where our protagonist – calling him a hero would be a stretch too far – enjoys a twisted, narcotic-fuelled rollercoaster ride through bongs, bubbling spoons of brown, fur-riddled jacking up and black and white organized street gang crime. Sounds dark? You’re not wrong.

With the twins’ bass-jerking, progressively climbing, chord-ridden production setting the backing track to proceedings, director Aymeric De Meautis of Australian film outfit Joker Theory takes us hand in hand as Fat Panda indulges in crack dens, heroin-chic painted ladies, seedy, stained surroundings and ultimately, though somehow not regrettably, his own particular demise.

Not so much furry as utterly f*cked-up, for fans of Sydney based twins Gemellini it’s yet another step in the right direction as the brothers step up their assault on electronic charts the world over. With much more to come from the pair as 2014 rolls out, if ‘Fat Panda’ is in anyway indicative of their ultimate ambitions, may we politely suggest you take cover…

Zak Waters – Pony (Original)

Jarell Perry – ‘Braindead’ (Muneshine Remix)

Jarell Perry’s ‘Braindead’ just got a re-work from Toronto-based artist/producer Muneshine. The track features sample driven hip hop grooves and Jarell’s signature R&B vocals. The NSFW video for ‘Braindead’ released last week has already garnered significant attention across the web, and is sure to inspire more notable remixes in the upcoming weeks. Jarell Perry’s White EP releases early next month.

Kraak & Smaak Feat. Janne Schra – Love Inflation (NSFW Remix)

Marika Hackman – Bath Is Black

The Knife – Full Of Fire

The Knife’s long-awaited return has been as thrilling and utterly bonkers as we could ever have hoped for. Following some dodgy audio streams floating around the web last week, the Swedish duo have revealed the suitably unhinged visuals for their “Full Of Fire” single. Sound tracking the nine-minute techno-inspired assault with scenes of bondage, cross dressing and public urination, it’s certainly an interesting and slightly NSFW way to start the week …

Destructo – Technology (Official Video) + BNR EP Preview

www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qSUsEDDKvA

HARD big boss and DJ turned producer Gary Richards (aka Destructo) has taken the EDM world by storm in the last half decade. Event-wise, there seems to be nothing he can’t pull off, as he sold out the EDM Cruise Holy Ship! this past January, threw a *free* party featuring Deadmau5, and is set to expand HARD Summer to two days this year. But on top of the his Promoter prowess, Gary’s also ventured into the producing realm and will have his first EP featured on Boys Noize Records sub-imprint for new talent BNR TRAX, which will showcase original tracks Technology, Stand Still, and his collaboration with LA duo Oliver called LA Funky. Check out the borderline NSFW video for technology below, along with a preview of the upcoming EP, due out on April 9th.