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We are very excited to welcome back our old friend Peter Kruder (Kruder & Dorfmeister, Voom:Voom, Peace Orchestra) for an exclusive DJ set on Saturday, March 20 at Littlefield in Brooklyn. Over the years we have had the pleasure of working with him in his many incarnations as he pushes the musical boundaries from his place at the cutting edge of dance music.
If you missed it, here are some photos from Wednesday night's show with V V Brown and special guest DJ GE-OLOGY. Not only did V V look and sound beautiful but she gave a quick nod to Carnival by pulling out an amazing head piece to start off her show.
Plug Research has gathered an impressive roster of featured artists, including Bilal, producer Exile, the PPP crew Om'Mas and Shafiq Husayn, and the new Danish group Quadron. Watch the sweet video for "Pressure," directed by Daniel Kragh-Jacobson, and grab the free download of the song "Average Fruit." Quadron's self-titled debut is available now on iTunes, with a physical release date of March 23rd.
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Songwriter, remixer and producer Daniel Bagley AKA RhythmDB has released the new album LushTECH, combining down-tempo ethnic grooves, thumpin' soulful dance tracks, and ethereal vocals in an electronic journey around the globe. From tripped-out vibes to dance floor-ready tracks, LushTECH features multi-national vocalists on 12 songs that were crafted in English (Mike Harvey, Becca Schack, John O), French (Laurent Caillat, Zafir) Spanish and Portuguese (Julietta), Arabic (Gaida), Hindi (Wendy Parr), and Hebrew (Arnon) languages with a focus on lyrics, melody, and a lush sonic quality that will take you there.