HDD’s 2010 List (as posted on You Look Death.ly)
Here is what I’ve been listening to in 2010, minus HDD bands, HDD related bands and friends bands… which is basically %50 of what I normally listen to.
– HDD (the youlookdeat.ly post)
HDD’s 2010 Year End Recommended / Extended Music List includes Grimes, Suuns, Anika and more. HDD artists BISHOP MOROCCO made the NOW Magazine and Pitchfork’s Top 10 Guest Lists. POSTDATA made the best of Herohill, Indie Music Filter and Slowcoustic lists. Read the full HDD list HERE.
“Gets your heart pumping with a four-on-the-floor disco groove and some Auto-Tuned vocals – the shimmering synths and addictive bass line are enough for this remix to hold its own alongside Holy Fuck’s excellent original”
BAD TITS hit the road and try to play some shows. Things are going real well, we’re making a lot of cool contacts (what’s up allen?)…the HEATER IS WORKING!
BAD TITS Tour w/ Phantogram dates: 12/5 St. Catharines, ON. 12/6 London, ON. 12/7 Peterborough, ON. 12/8 Quebec City, QC. ?12/10 Montreal, QC. 12/11 Toronto, ON.
Fader Magazine premiered Bishop Morocco’s Stay Lit Remix, noting that the duo have “scaled back some of the gradual epicness of the original and given it the Sonny Crockett-on-his-way-to-a-drug-bust treatment.”
Zink Magazine dub Bishop Morocco, “a new kind of retro,” NYLON said they’re “one of those rare bands whose songs we can listen to over and over again,” while XLR8R note that the Stay Lit Remix “effectively brings the song closer to a Factory Records-esque post-punk sound.”
“this remix of HOLY FUCK’s Latin cut Stay Lit – speaks to our heart and soul. Stripping down the bulk the live electronics and distorted crunch, BISHOP MOROCCO effectively brings the song closer to a Factory Records-esque post-punk sound.” – XLR8R
BAD TITS ‘No Skin’ | From: Garbage Night 7″ & EP (2010) | Director: Alex Jones | Edition of 300
“BAD TITS have a lot going for them; a great label that lets them record whatever music they want, a pedigree of awesomeness and probably most importantly to herohill, a love for The Warriors. ” – herohill
“It’s truly a collision of genres, but under their deft guidance, music springs out of the mess. It’s sonic urban decay, it’s messy infatuation, it’s spontaneous & unpredictable, & it’s a shit-load of fun” – quickbeforeitmelts