Say hello to Movement , a new electronic trio from Sydney, consisting of Jesse James Ward (bass, synths), Lewis Wade (vocals) and Sean Walker (percussion, samples). Having recently been signed to Modular People, Movement just dropped their debut single "Feel Real", a driving late-night jam with gloriously deep groove and sultry vocals. Get your fill of that tune before the single is released on May 24th via Modular. The upcoming "Feel Real" remix package is set for release in late June and features reworks by the likes of Morgan Geist, Ta-Ku and [...]
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Antigone Anagnostellis is one of our loyal Purple Sneakers contributors. Always on top of what's happening in our music world, she's a dedicated member to Australia's music scene. She's interviewed some pretty big names for us in the past, such as Yolanda Be Cool , The Vaccines , Oh Mercy , Northeast Party House and it-boy Flume . But who is she actually listening to at the moment? We thought we'd find out by grabbing her top ten Soundcloud tracks! After you Antigone! "New ta-ku" [...]
You've got all day tomorrow to honor your moms for the love and shit she's given you. Hopefully you're already doing that shit for most of the year. Cut the nonsense out, though; this is your Saturday. Turn up and get involved. Or sit around, be lazy, and crack open some ice cream. Gorge yourself.
Ta-ku fuses well crafted 808 drums, a sample from the king of New Jack Swing- Keith Sweat and a...
Dans la lignée des meilleurs remix de la semaine, Esta de la team SOULECTION a relevé le défi d’éditer l'excellen t Body Party de la séduisante Ciara. Défi réussi, on l'aime autant que l'original (si vous n'avez pas eu la chance de voir le clip ici ). Esta est un des derniers membres de Soulection , label et radio californienne. Ils ont la qualité de recruter leurs artistes par nationalité à l'image d'une réelle expansion musicale du globe. Esta suit les traces de ses confrères : Ta-ku, Evil Needle, BMB, Sango ou encore Mr. Carmack [...]
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Ta-ku reworks Drake's latest single "Girls Love Beyonce", and gives the track a bouncy electronic vibe. Stream it below. Enjoy! The post Ta-ku - I Love Beyonce appeared first on .
It seems like everyone has got love for Beyonce these days as Australian producer Ta-Ku decided to rework Drake 's "Girls Love Beyonce" & Destiny Child 's "Say My Name." For the last couple of months the electronic beat maker has been proving himself one to watch, which he again shows us with "I Love Beyonce." It is available to stream below and should appear on his upcoming Re-Twerk Vol. 2. Fresh? Tweet
Ta-ku just dropped a very dope new electronic remix called "I Love Beyonce", which is a remix of Drake's latest "Girls Love Beyonce" and "Say My Name" junction. The download for Ta-ku's remix will be available on RE-TWERK Vol.2 coming soon.
En pleine tournée européenne pour son Mrs Carter Show World Tour , Beyoncé est présente sur tous les médias, la super campagne pour H&M avec son nouveau morceau Standing On The Sun en est un exemple ( ici ). A l'image d'une véritable icone de la féminine et de la « pop » musique, Beyoncé est une prêtresse. On la vénère, on l'admire (surtout chez nous, les filles) ! Après Drizzy, c'est au tour d'un jeune compositeur masculin de faire sa déclaration d'amour musicale à la belle. Ta-ku [...]
Ta-ku might have a new album coming on Jakarta Records along with an EP with Blu, but that's not stopping the Australian producer from pursuing other endeavors. He just announced a follow-up to last August's Re-Twerk EP that will hopefully be out soon. In addition to the announcement, Ta-ku dropped his own blend/flip of Destiny's Child "Say My Name" and Drake's " Girls Love Beyonce ". It gets a little hectic when Bey's vocals come in, but everything else is so damn good that you will probably be able to forget about that. You [...]
Reworking Drake 's "Girls Love Beyonce" with the original "Say My Name" by Destiny's Child , the experimental beat producer Ta-ku yet again fails to disappoint. In the midst of a remix frenzy, Ta-ku joins the list of artists confessing their love for Mrs. Knowles-Carter through the addition of trademark elements of their individual sound. In the case of Ta-ku this means that expectations can run wild, as he plays off of a whole spectrum of electronic elements throughout his productions. Beginning with melodic mallets, Drake introduces the songstress as fluttering trap-like high hats and [...]
In the wake of Drake putting out "Girls Love Beyoncé" , a track highlighted by James Fauntleroy's soulful take on "Say My Name", it seems like a serious re-appreciation has swept the globe when it comes to the former Destiny's Child No. 1 single , as if folks had somehow forgot how much the super-catchy take-down of suspicious-acting boyfriends, fueled by Rodney Jerkins' perfectly paranoid-tinged schizophrenic production, represented the finest of post-Timbaland, turn-of-the-century R&B. Buzzing Aussie beat-maker Ta-ku adds his own creative two-cents to the sudden "I (Heart) 'Say My Name' 2K133 bandwagon [...]
Australian producer Ta-Ku follows suit after Drake and James Fauntelroy and pays homage to the Queen B. It seems like the entire world has got an obsession with Mrs. Carter, but how could you not? She's beautiful, talented, interesting, and underneath at all you know she's got some bat-shit crazy in her after watching that documentary. Ta-Ku created "I Love Beyonce" using a sample from Destiny's Child "Say My Name," and "Girls Love Beyonce." The result is a brilliant re-work worthy of a few playbacks. Ta-ku – I Love Beyoncé [...]
If The xx started making bangers, they'd probably sound something like this new remix from Ta-ku. While countless club tracks are packed tight with the highest density of sounds possible, Ta-ku leaves this one with plenty of room to breathe. He's got a point too, because against all logic, the beat bumps so hard that it'll crack open your energy drink for you. The vocals of The Presets' Julian Hamilton have been twisted and ripped apart by the Perth producer. They writhe unnaturally alongside purposeful percussion that's sharp up top and thunderous down below. That is, until a [...]
Gather round, it's that time again. This week is my turn to feature a top 10 chart as we like to do every Tuesday here at Stoney Roads. This will be my first chart, backing up fellow Stoners Ben , Faluvia , Kish and the rest of the brave souls who dared to publish their thoughts on the almighty internet. I had a long, hectic day today, so for this chart I figured that since everyone leads busy lives which often take us down a road of questionable sanity due to stress, I'm stripping [...]
Recently, Australia has been on the front lines of the steady musical battalion the internet has been allowing us to observe. Joining the ranks is producer, Ta-Ku , with his nasty rip of "Boom" off of his upcoming album, Dowhatyoulove. We're digging the heavy hip-hop vibe, just wish the jam could last a little longer. But Ta-Ku is proper nonetheless. Ta-Ku - Boom The post Stream: Ta-Ku - Boom appeared first on Vibe To This .
Ta-ku - Boom Taken from his forthcoming album Dowhatyoulove, out in June via Jakarta Records. You can pre-order the vinyl edition here .
We've built a good rapport, right? Hopefully you've dug what DAD's provided thus far. We've been trying to highlight the spectrum of the EDM scene, and it seems like people are beginning to "get it." We hope they are, anyways. And if not, it's not like we're going anywhere. Here's this week's finest from the electronic scene.