Before the start of BOYS NOIZE’s 15-date North American Fall tour, there’s a treat for all of us! Danny Brown and Pell have added their voices to Mayday’s album original track “Birthday”, the party anthem was produced by Boys Noize and Hudson Mohawke and features Spank Rock. Stream it below.
There will be more new music and videos released before the start of the tour, including Boys Noize’s contributed music to the Oliver Stone movie Snowden, which came out a few days ago.
The tour starts here in in Los Angeles on October 5th and we’ve partnered with our friends at Goldenvoice to giveaway a pair of tickets to one lucky winner. All you have to do is Sign Up below and share this post on Facebook or Twitter. We are announcing a winner on October 3rd at 5pm through Twitter and direct email.
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BOYS NOIZE performed the all new live show last month at Brooklyn’s sold-out Studio E and earlier Barcelona’s Sonar Festival had the world premiere, which you can see/share in a 35 minute clip
Smirnoff Sound Collective has been putting together short clips on different artists to give fans an inside look at their lives in a new series called “There & Now”. This behind-the-scenes episode captures an up-close-and-personal gaze at Jack Beats, and heads to LA to talk to the British DJ duo about their inspirations, humble beginnings, and how their music has developed since signing with Skrillex’s OWSLA label.
Jack Beats has also announced their One Love Remixes EP coming May 12th on OWSLA, highlighting some local talent from the UK. Bristol duo GotSome brings a hearty house remix to the table, Leeds underground duo Mak & Pasteman turned the track into a hybrid sitting somewhere between house and techno, and Jack Beats themselves are offering up an instrumental mix of the original “One Love”.
OWSLA’s resident Parisian geniuses Alesia have dropped a very Castlevania-esque dark techno track featuring fellow French underground dweller Nömak. The track is appropriately-titled “Featuring Nömak”, or it could be that the track has no title at all. Alesia is known for shunning genres so it’s open to discussion.
Stream it below and download it for free.