Black Asteroid Feat. Cold Cave – Black Moon (Nicole Moudaber Remix) (2016)

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For Pitch Black 001 Black Asteroid has exclusively collaborated with Italian-leather powerhouse GUIDI, and famed print publication StyleZeitgeist Magazine for an extremely limited run of leather sleeves to accompany the labels inaugural release. Featuring long-time collaborators Cold Cave, ‘Black Moon’ was originally released through Chris Liebings now defunct CLR imprint. For Pitch Black’s inaugural release, Black Asteroid takes back control of his 2014 classic, and hands the reigns over to the Queen of modern techno to form todays debut transmission, Nicole Moudaber.  [Source]

Junior Kimbrough – I Gotta Try You Girl (Daft Punk remix) (2016)

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Daft Punk’s unreleased remix of Junior Kimbrough’s ‘I Gotta Try You Girl’ is getting a limited vinyl release (3,000 copies) for next month’s Record Store Day. The Daft Punk edit came to prominence in 2013 when the French duo soundtracked Saint Laurent’s spring and summer collection, with Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem Christo editing Kimbrough’s track into 15 minutes of moving blues.

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – El Mexicano (The Reflex ‘La Revolucion’ Vocal Mix) (2016)

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‘The Mexican’, from Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds second album ‘Chasing Yesterday’, has been remixed by French-born producer The Reflex (Nicholas Laugier) and will be able for fans to buy on 12” picture disc. The release, entitled ‘El Mexicano (The Reflex ‘La Revolucion’ Remixes)’, will feature three new mixes, including a vocal mix, a dub reworking and the instrumental remix from the disco producer.

Unloved – When A Woman Is Around (Andrew Weatherall Remix) (2016)

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Spearheaded by David Holmes, in collaboration with composer/producer Keefus Ciancia, and songwriter-vocalist Jade Vincent, Unloved are a band born of 60’s girl groups and classic film scores.

Unloved owe their existence to happenstance. David Holmes, who was in Los Angeles working on a film score, was introduced to Keefus Ciancia, who was also working on film score. Keefus invited David to The Rotary Room where Jade Vincent sang.

“Holmes and Ciancia bring their soundtrack experience to bear on arrangements of huge spacial impact… with a rich stylistic heritage.” THE INDEPENDENT

It was a right time, right place kind of thing – like meeting a total stranger from your hometown in a foreign country, a language thing. Artists from different places who speak the same language, the language of cinematic music, of Jack Nitzsche, of Morricone, Nino Rota, of the electronic sounds of Raymond Scott, an amalgam of vocal instrumentalists and fearless raconteurs, of Edda Dell’Orso, Ruth White, François Hardy, Connie Francis, Brigette Fontaine, Jacques Brel, Elvis and Lee Hazlewood.

At The Rotary Room in Los Feliz. The regular Tuesday nights saw a collective of great musicians join as informal ensembles, Woody Jackson (Red Dead Redemption), Gus Seyffert (Beck, The Black Keys), Jay Bellerose (T Bone Burnett) and Deantoni Parks (John Cale), with Holmes DJing between each band.

All the while Holmes, Ciancia and Vincent were experimenting, re-interpreting their favorite music. Nights bled to later nights, all nighters. Conversation spun into collaboration. David and Keefus found sound and programmed beats, sonic themes wrangled and tamed, creating a landscape passed to Jade for melody and for lyrics, songs of lament and confession.

The Unloved trio formally came together as a band at the legendary Vox Studios, Hollywood. Helmed by composer Woodrow Wilson Jackson III, in a studio almost original to its beginnings in 1936, a rotating cast of musicians arrived to realise the Unloved vision.

Jade Vincent was joined by vocalists Raven Ciancia-Vincent, Kat Khaleel, Sarah Rayne, Tanya Mellotte and Penelope Fortier. Musicians Jim Keltner (John Lennon), Wayne Kramer (MC5), Tommy Morgan (The Beach Boys, Elvis), Jay Bellerose, Gus Seyffert, Gabe Noel, Tyler Parkford, Deantoni Parks, Zach Dawes, Jonathan Wilson, Tim Harries and BP Fallon also climbed on board, creating an atmosphere thick with possibility.

An intimate tribe, riding a near-psychic wave with a shared musical hallucination captured by engineers Michael Harris, Jeremy Carberry, Bryce Gonzalez, Masa Tszuki and Valente Torrez and mixers Michael Patterson, Rich Costey and Darryll Thorpe.

All tracks produced by David Holmes and Keefus Ciancia.
Lead vocals by Jade Vincent
Programming, tape loops, found sound & percussion by David Holmes
Keyboards, piano & programming by Keefus Ciancia