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Jan 27

Hear Nick Thayer’s New Project signal:noise With ‘Trunk’

Extended OWSLA family member and Australia-based bass dealer Nick Thayer (pictured) releases Trunk, the second production to surface under his new monicker signal:noise ("signal-to-noise").

Thayer teams up with St. Louis' Jay Fay, whom you may remember from his DJ Fresh collaboration Dibby Dibby Sound. Together they craft a punchy, sharp-sided electro house heater with tribal flare that should please fans of Thayer's historically angular, aggressive productions in the bass realms and beyond.

Trunk arrives just a week after his debut with What Da Fuk, the first signal:noise upload to appear on his new SoundCloud page (stream above).

Trunk is available now as a free download from NEST HQ here. Check out signal:noise on SoundCloud for a free copy of What Da Fuk and more.

signal:noise & Jay Fay - Trunk [Nest]
signal:noise - What Da Fuk
Jan 27

Disclosure & Rudimental Unveil Inaugural Wild Life Festival

Just when you thought there were enough festivals to keep you happy this summer, Disclosure and Rudimental have announced a joint curation of one of the most exciting and intriguing events of the season.

The inaugural Wild Life festival will take place June 6 & 7 at the Brighton City Airport and will feature a diverse mix of bands and producers. The current DJ lineup includes producers like Seth Troxler, Annie Mac, and Jamie xx. Other acts confirmed for Wild Life consist of Sam Smith, Wu Tang Clan, George Ezra, and more. A full lineup will be announced Jan. 29 with pre-sale tickets made available shortly after.

Check back for the full lineup. You can visit the festival’s website to register for pre-sale tickets here.

Jan 27

Four Tet Releases Surprise Percussions Album, Gives Away New Single

Kieran Hebden, better known as Four Tet, is one of the most prolific producers around. Following a year of popular remixes and standalone singles, the UK producer has now released a full-length LP under his lesser-known Percussions alias.

Entitled 2011 until 2014, Hebden’s latest project contains music from--you guessed it--the last three years. More specifically, the album is a compilation of Percussions tracks previously released as singles through his own Text Records. The album also contains several unreleased tracks. On the latest installment of Annie Mac Presents, Hebden has given fans a taste of the record with a free download of his synth-driven, minimalistic number KHLHI.

Listen to the track above and download it for free through Annie Mac’s SoundCloud here. You can stream/purchase the entire Percussions album on Bandcamp here.

1. February 2014
2. March 2013
3. Blatant Water Cannon
4. Sext
5. October 2011
7. November 2011
8. Bird Songs
9. Rabbit Songs
10. Ascii Bot
11. January 2014
Percussions - KHLHI (Original Mix) [Text]
Jan 27

RL Grime & UNICEF Want To #ENDChildMarriageNow With ‘Always’ Video

Jan 27

LT3042: Enso – See Through EP

San Francisco-based duo Enso kick off 2015 for LessThan3 Recordings with their debut EP See Through, a double-header featuring two infectious tracks that we've been dying to unveil.

Title track See Through is a peak-time big room house anthem, packed with energy, catchy hooks and the vocal talents of Haliene, who provides a stellar performance that really makes this a tune to stick on repeat. Things get a little grittier on the flip side, as Teenage Attorney takes up vocal duties on You're Gonna Make It. It's a track that combines the raw emotion of songwriting with some massive production and a huge drop, making it just perfect for festivals--keep your eyes (and ears) out for this one in the coming months.

Grab your copy of See Through from Beatport or iTunes now.
Enso feat. Haliene - See Through (Original Mix) [LessThan3]
Enso feat. Teenage Attorney - You're Gonna Make It (Original Mix) [LessThan3]