I’ve been a very big fan of Paul Parker’s – Right on Target for a long time now. This track is crying out for someone to make it their own, and so instead of sitting around waiting for someone to eventually do it we’re throwing down the gauntlet. We have so much faith in the quality of this original that we’d like to offer up a slot on an upcoming vinyl release to the producer that can best remix this track. We’ll give you a month to do your dirty deeds to this track and see what we end up with. The we’ll pick out top 10 remix’s and pit them against each other on Soundcloud.
Sorry theres no parts right now but Paul Parker is trying to find them as we speak. Check back in a few days! The download is a CD quality FLAC
The judging will be based on:
Originality (Use your own sounds if you like, make it yours)
Interpretation of the original
Suitability for the label
Hint: Listen to the music on www.thehouseofdisco.com and you can hear what we like, and its not Electro-mongolian Psy-Trance
To enter just upload your final remix to megaupload, mediafire, yousendit or a similar service and submit the download link HERE
Direct Link to upload your remix:
Our friends over at Minimum Wastage have given us this exclusive interview with Flight Facilities about their most popular song and pick their brains a little. The origin of the name is particularly interesting. No Australians were harmed in the making of this Interview.
Interview by Jules Hallam.
Meet Flight Facilities. Incarnated as anonymous producers hailing from Trinidad & Tobago, the Aussie duo chopped up Holy Ghost & Cut Copy originals before realising the freakishly popular ‘Crave You‘ featuring the heartfelt lyricism of singer Giselle Rosselli. Two million Youtube hits later and Aeroplane swooped in to chaperone Crave You and Friendly Fires into a blistering dancefloor re-work.
Review by Matthew Crick
Jacques Renault, Zoo Look, Casino Times, Picture House, like many others, are all good friends of the Sccucci Manucci family. And contrary to the label’s characteristic logo, you don’t need a dodgy moustache, side plan and shades to be part of it.
All that’s required from you as an artist, seemingly, is a passion for old timeless music, coupled with a clear and bright vision for new. Or as their unofficial but telling tagline states ‘purveyors of quality music’ – a motto with such conviction and expectation that it’s no wonder some of the finest edits are coming out of NW1 right now.