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Marquis Hawkes Feat. Jamie Lidell - We Should Be Free
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Berlin based electronic mainstay Marquis Hawkes has announced details of his second LP ‘The Marquis of Hawkes’, due out 24th August Ahead of this, we are hrilled to announce the release a new single featuring acclaimed UK soul singer Jamie Lidell. The single, entitled ‘We Should Be Free’, features, alongside the low slung but melancholic original version, three reinterpretations of the song, remixed by Hawkes himself. Both this, and the essential previous single, “Don’t U”, which featured the vocal talents of Ursula Rucker, will appear on the forthcoming album. First emerging in 2012, after being sought out by Glasgow label Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, and having previously been heavily involved with the free festival sound-system culture, the London born artist’s iconic sound has taken shape with the influence of music from cities like Chicago, Detroit and New York alongside the UK’s underground house scene. With both depth and clarity of vision, Marquis Hawkes’ second album for Houndstooth expertly hones a shining hybrid of classic slamming house and grittily soulful optimism, making for a career-defining piece of work. 01. Marquis Hawkes feat. Jamie Lidell - We Should Be Free 02. Marquis Hawkes feat. Jamie Lidell - We Should Be Free (Hawkes Dub) 03. Marquis Hawkes feat. Jamie Lidell - We Should Be Free (Hawkes Club Vocal) 04. Marquis Hawkes - We Should Be Free (Bonus Beats)

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Special Request - Tiresias (Anastasia Kristensen Rework)
Houndstooth

** Blotter Art insert - "stamp collecting for psychedelic enthusiasts." ** Cut & Mastered by Matt Colton @ Alchemy. ** Manufactured by optimal media, Germany. Special Request joins forces with Nina Kraviz and Anastasia Kristensen, shattering the doors of perception over a four-track EP. ‘Through The Looking Glass’ drops 27th July on Houndstooth. On the A side, Nina Kraviz provides two interpretations of ‘Curtain Twitcher’. ‘Alice Was Here Remix’ takes the intensity of the original and boils it into a 4/4 spin of frenzied basslines and distorted acoustics, punctuated by her languid reading of the Mad Hatter. For the ‘Samba Remix’, syncopated polyrhythms take charge of a fragmented melody. Opening the AA side, ‘Looking Glass’ lures you down the rabbit hole with mysterious bleeps, only to reveal a whirlwind of stormy breaks and junglist percussion. Closing off the trip, Anastasia Kristensen’s remix of ‘Tiresias’ marches its way through a field of swollen bass and glitchy percussion.

Techno
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Pariah - Drug The Lake
Houndstooth

https://houndstoothrecords.lnk.to/pariah We are thrilled to announce the signing of Pariah for a debut full length, Here From Where We Are, due for release on July 13th 2018. The artist’s first release in six years marks a natural progression in his sound across nine interconnected pieces. Here From Where We Are VINYL / CD / DIGITAL 01. Log Jam 02. Pith 03. Seed Bank 04. Linnaea 05. At The Edge 06. Conifer 07. Rain Soup 08. Drug The Lake 09. Here From Where We Are

Electronic
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Marquis Hawkes feat. Ursula Rucker - Don't U (Edit)
Houndstooth

“I love the synths on this record, so warm – legendary voice Ursula Rucker sounding exquisite – Marquis Hawkes, really love everything he brings as well.” Annie Mac (Radio 1 – 15th June) Marquis Hawkes has today shared the first track from his forthcoming EP, ‘Don't U which features vocals from Ursula Rucker’, due out on the 29th June on limited run 12" vinyl as well as digital and streaming services. The lead single will also feature on his upcoming second album, set for release later this summer and with more details coming soon, it will follow his critically acclaimed debut ‘Social Housing’ from the summer of 2016, and a string of releases on Will Saul’s AUS Music label. Lead single ‘Don’t U’, an intuitive high-energy club track that wears its heart on its sleeve, features American spoken word artist and activist Ursula Rucker who captures a moment of divine elevation on the dance-floor. The EP also features three more dance-floor focussed, DJ friendly remixes from Hawkes himself. First emerging as Marquis Hawkes in 2012, after being sought out by the founders of Glasgow label Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, and having previously been heavily involved with the free festival soundsystem culture, the London born artist’s iconic sound has taken shape with the influence of house and techno from cities like Chicago, Detroit and New York alongside the UK’s underground dance scene. Back with a bang, ‘Don’t U’’s effortless marriage of classic slamming house and grittily soulful optimism is sure to become an instant dance-floor epic, which will pave the way for Hawkes’ much anticipated second full length later this summer. 1. Don’t U ft. Ursula Rucker 2. Don’t U ft. Ursula Rucker (Hawkes Club Vocal) 3. Don’t U ft. Ursula Rucker (Hawkes Dubbed Out Vocal) 4. Don’t Do Acid

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Throwing Snow Guest Mix for Tom Ravenscroft 6Music
Houndstooth

On Friday 4th May Ross Tones aka Throwing Snow was invited to BBC Radio 6 Music for a good ol' natter with Tom Ravenscroft plus a mix. Featuring two brand new tracks Myraid and Minotaurs, Ross also played music by his favourite artist, the elusive Patrik Fitzgerald and kick started the mix with a collaborative project with Otto Lindholm, an artiost you may be familiar with whose track Cain opens the recent In Death's Dream Kingdom compilation released in January of this year. 01. Everything falls apart - SOMN#1 02. Caterina Barbieri - Scratches on the Readable Surface 03. Skee Mask - Shred 08 04. Throwing Snow - Minotaurs 05. Throwing Snow - Myriad 06. E.M.M.A. - Magna Kanye 07. Patrik Fitzgerald - Gifts and Telegrams Shout out to Ravers and Jax (Producer) for making this happen. Full discography on Bandcamp: https://throwingsnow.bandcamp.com/

Electronic
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Pariah - Linnaea
Houndstooth

We are thrilled to announce the signing of Pariah for a debut full length, Here From Where We Are, due for release on July 13th 2018. The artist’s first release in six years marks a natural progression in his sound across nine interconnected pieces. Arthur Cayzer was a relative late comer to dance music. He grew up in various hardcore and punk bands before moving to London and being swept away by dubstep. After just six months messing around making his own stuff on Logic, Pitchfork coverage piqued the interest of the legendary R&S, and over the next two years he released three EPs with the Belgian label. Each one showed subtle evolution and further established Pariah on the international scene. Since then, Arthur has continued to DJ round the world and play live with Blawan as Karenn. Musically, though, he’s been adrift. With countless unfinished projects cluttering his hard drive, he felt he’d pressured himself into making the music people expected, rather than music that was an honest reflection of himself. It was only by taking a step back to analyse the music that has always resonated with him—and where, how, when and in what context it did—that gave him a renewed confidence in his work. After one track was finished, an album of coherent pieces naturally followed. Although Here From Where We Are is inspired by a series of very personal reflections, responses and reactions, Arthur is keen for people to process it in their own way, free from interference. Opening with the transcendental ‘Log Jam’ which spills into the huge, empty and plaintive ‘Pith’, the artist distills his experiences into an album of nine moving, multi-layered tracks, where peculiar textures combine with rich harmonies and absorbing melodies into a heady mix of abstracted environments, formally structured songs and sound collages. Absorbing from start to finish, Here From Where We Are is a long overdue return and accomplished new direction for this rejuvenated producer. Here From Where We Are VINYL / CD / DIGITAL 01. Log Jam 02. Pith 03. Seed Bank 04. Linnaea 05. At The Edge 06. Conifer 07. Rain Soup 08. Drug The Lake 09. Here From Where We Are

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