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Dutch Uncles share 'Streetlight' Video
Dutch Uncles have unveiled the music video for their single Streetlight. Directed by longtime friend Nick Middleton, the video features dancer Gabriela Flarys sashaying around various London locations.
Catch Dutch Uncles live this summer and throughout the autumn:
27 Jul Hertfordshire - Standon Calling Tickets
09 Aug Cornwall - Boardmasters Festival Tickets
09 Sep High Peak - New Mills Festival Tickets
11 Nov Manchester - Albert Hall Tickets
02 Dec Leeds - Brudenell Social Club Tickets
Warm Digits new single 'Better Friction (feat. Mia La Metta)' + Tour Announcement
Warm Digits have shared their new single 'Better Friction' which features vocals from Beards drummer Mia La Metta.
Taken from their forthcoming album 'Wireless World' (out 4 August 2017), 'Better Friction' channels the bands mutant funk and krautrock riffs. Speaking of the collaboration, Warm Digits said:
“Some energies are better than others; some stories can move a mountain or drown an island. Mia La Metta's other band Beards are a house favourite of Warm Digits and together we add a glam stomp to the krautrock metronome.”
Warm Digits have announced a run of shows and festival slots, including an album launch show at London’s Lexington – expect V.I.P. guest vocalists to be in attendance for that one. Their new album 'Wireless World' is available to pre-order on limited edition red vinyl, black vinyl, CD and available digitally.
15 July, Sunderland, Summer Streets Festival TICKETS
19 Aug, Green Man Festival TICKETS
24 Aug, Brighton, Prince Albert TICKETS 25 Aug, London, The Lexington TICKETS
01 Sep, Newcastle, The Cluny TICKETS
02 Sep, Manchester, Manchester Psych Festival TICKETS
02 Nov, London, We Are Robots @ Truman Brewery TICKETS
05 Nov, Newcastle, The Cluny 15 Year Celebration TICKETS
02 Dec, Leeds, Us vs. Them @ Brudenell Social Club TICKETS
Hot on the heels of British Sea Powers' remix, Warm Digits are the next band to give Dutch Uncles' single 'Big Balloon' the remix treatment.
Speaking of the remix, Warm Digits' Steven Jefferis and Andrew Hodson said:
"The original's seductive, sideways-on rhythms don't provide an easy starting point for a remix. But once Andrew [Hodson] hit upon the idea of translating the original song's rough-and-tumble into a blissed-out balearic belter, we wheeled out our 303s and squelched off into the sunset."
"We slowed the song down to 130 from 170 beats per minute to make it Discoo, took the swing groove out of the instruments, and added a Liquid Liquid Optimo sheen to it."