glish duo Gorgon City are one of the biggest acts in house music. Their debut album Sirens hit number 10 in the UK charts. And now Kye Gibbon and Matt Robinson-Scott are announcing ESCAPE. Although the album is scheduled to come out August 10th, Gorgon City hasn’t left their fans high and dry. ‘Hear That’ is the first track from ESCAPE and features the vocals of D Double E.
Going deep is what Gorgon City do best and it shows on ‘Hear That’. The vocals of D Double E fill out the minimal high end of the track. The vocal hook “I don’t want to hear that” gets repeated and developed throughout. The production under the vocals is everything you would expect from the experience musicians. The bottom end is enveloping and groovy with perfectly engineered sounds. Definitely listen to this track with a sub or good headphones.
Listen in the link below and let us know what you think of ‘Hear That.’ But the first single from ESCAPE isn’t the only thing to look forward to. Especially if you live in London or New York City. Gorgon City announced two special album release parties at Night Tales in London and Output in New York. In the note below they’ve also promised to bring along “a few very special guests.” These are definitely shows you wont want to miss.
If that does not give you enough of a hint, Don Diablo responded to a comment on Instagram which was clearly meant for Big Pineapple. Whether this was a mistake or not is to be determined. However, all signs point to Big Pineapple being the new alias of Don Diablo.
More revealing information is bound to be released, either intentionally or unintentionally. Until then, fans of Don Diablo can appreciate yet another impressive act on Hexagon.
few electronic bands in the world making waves the way that the Australian trio of RÜFÜS DU SOL are. Having performed not just one, but two epic headlining shows at Electric Forest this year, it is easy to see that RÜFÜS is on a roll. Despite a busy touring schedule, the Sydney-based group still manages to make the time to produce new music.
Last month saw RÜFÜS release the lead single off of their upcoming album ‘SOLACE‘, titled ‘No Place‘. The reaction from fans has exceeded expectations, as the single has already been streamed over 4.9 million times on Spotify alone. Today, RÜFÜS DU SOL reveals the official music video for their awe-inspiring track, ‘No Place’.
The video, directed by Alex George, takes place in two rather contrasting locations. These being an arid desert landscape, and the tranquil scene of a beach at sunset. The video reveals the imagery from their forthcoming album ‘Solace‘, and is said to be an audio-visual journey into the minds of RÜFÜS themselves.
The locations are the inspiration for the album ‘Solace‘, being that the group spent the last year in Venice, CA. It is easy to see that the change of scenery, and how the constant travel through the California Desert made a lasting impression on the Sydney trio.
The video features a set of extraordinary robes that enable its bearers to instantly teleport between both time and dimensions. Video Director Alex George possibly said it best, when he describes his feelings for the track:
“…Realizing out of all the infinite possibilities and places you could be, you are here. And it’s great.”
Having a chorus of “There’s no place I’d rather be, I feel myself with you”, its easy to understand where George is coming from.
The trip is embarking on an extensive North America tour later this year. Many of the tour dates have already sold out, including two consecutive nights in both Los Angeles, and New York City. The SOLACE North American Fall Tour will kick off October 24’th at ‘The Fillmore‘ in Charlotte, NC. Hopefully RÜFÜS is coming to a city near you, and if not, don’t worry as more dates are to be announced soon. Tickets can be purchased here, the remaining dates can be found below.
SOLACE North American Fall Tour Dates
Oct. 24th – Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore
Oct 25th – Atlanta, GA – Coca Cola Roxy
Oct 26th – New Orleans, LA – Voodoo Music & Arts Experience
Oct 27th – Houston, TX – House of Blues (Houston)
Oct 28th – Austin, TX – Emo’s
Oct 30th – Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren
Oct 31st – San Diego, CA – Valley View Casino Center
Nov 1st – Los Angeles, CA – Shrine Expo Hall
Nov 2nd – Los Angeles, CA – Shrine Expo Hall
Nov 3rd – Los Angeles, CA – Shrine Expo Hall
Nov 6th – San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Center
Nov 9th – Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
Nov 10th – Denver, CO – The Fillmore Auditorium
Nov 11th – Denver, CO – The Fillmore Auditorium
Nov 13th – Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
Nov 14th – Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom
Nov 15th – Detroit, MI – Royal Oak
Nov 16th – Toronto, ON – The Danforth Music Hall
Nov 18th – Montreal, QC – MTELUS
Nov 21st – Boston, MA – House of Blues (Boston)
Nov 22nd – Boston, MA – House of Blues (Boston)
Nov 23rd – New York, NY – Terminal 5
Nov 24th – New York, NY – Terminal 5
Nov 25th – New York, NY – Terminal 5