Today via OWSLA/Big Beat Records we bring you “For Love”, the new EP from our good friend PENNYBIRDRABBIT
“The five track offering blurs the line between electro-pulsating head-trips and woozy dreamlike ballads.”
“Destructo’s take embraces the darker LA sounds that define the style of the HARD Events brand. Forward-thinking and fiendishly gritty, Richards’ remix taps the concrete floors and heavy echoes of warehouse haunts, shifting the track’s focus with touches of trap wrapped in a deeply groovy techno package.”
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Stand Up EP out February 11
“But only one of those remixes sprinkles in a sample of Jessie Pinkman of Breaking Bad’s infamous catchphrase—”Bitch!”—and it’s the one by fellow LA dwellers Milo & Otis. The duo delivers a NOLA bounce-inspired rework of Fong’s already attitude-filled track, with plenty of double-drop nastiness to ensure no twerk gets left behind.”
HEARTSREVOLUTION “Ride or Die” LP coming April 15th!
Look out for the first single/video very soon.
“Entitled Ride or Die, the album will include 13 tracks described in press materials as “a blend of bubble-gum pop sensibilities with Riot Grrrl ferocity that explores childlike innocence along with a visceral revolutionary spirit.”
We’re starting 2014 off in a huge way, with one of the hardest-hitting remix packages we’ve released to date from a young cat by the name of Henry Fong.
Seriously, we’re incredibly stoked on this EP and the young stars behind it – much love to Milo & Otis, DallasK and DESTRUCTO.
STAND UP FEB 11
Pitchfork included Hundred Waters in their Staff List of the Top 40 Most Anticipated Releases of 2014 and deservedly so. This stuff is completely next-level.
“After two years of touring, Hundred Waters appear to be crafting an album every bit as unpredictable and eye-popping as their 2012 debut, as the new material they’ve recently debuted live features even bolder melodies, more complicated arrangements, and rhythms that seemingly adhere to time signatures that don’t use round numbers.”