Just in time for summer sexiness, we have a limited batch of DJ-Kicks tote bags to sport around town. To get your hands on one, pick up Will Saul's fantastic new DJ-Kicks from the !K7 web store or select indie record shops, and it's yours for free, just cause we love you.
We're now in week two of the 27!K7 Exclusives series, and are already feeling extremely lucky to have contributions from many of our favorite artists. This week's EP features a new collaborative track from Wolf + Lamb and Soul Clap. Ever since their amazing DJ-Kicks together, we've known that it's something special when these guys work together. The EP also includes a heavy new track from Berlin's Brandt Brauer Frick. Remember to check back each Tuesday through October 16th; we'll have more great music for you.
As a part of the ongoing celebration of 27 years of !K7 Records, today sees the launch of 27!K7 Exclusives, a four week series of exclusive music from !K7's artists and recent DJ-Kicks contributors. Every Tuesday through October 16th, a new double-sided EP will be posted for free download at http://www.k7-27.com/tracks. Starting things off today is a new track from Motor City Drum Ensemble, backed with a cover of a Danish pop hit from When Saints Go Machine. Check back Tuesday Nov. 2nd for another pair of tracks, and thanks for 27 great years!
The Digitalism guys really hooked us up as far as new exclusive content on their DJ-Kicks. We already shared "A New Drug" with you, and now the guys have streamed a new track called "Simply Dead" via their Soundcloud. This one goes big, with a driving tempo and some low-end crunch that is clearly made for smashing dance floors. Check the band's Facebook for tour dates, and look for DJ-Kicks in just a few more weeks. Digitalism - Simply Dead by digitalism_official
Okay, seriously, is anything going to slow this girl down? Barely a fortnight after the release of he DJ-Kicks mix (which happens to be receiving rave reviews, thank you) the London producer already has a new brand new remix to offer, and it's a banger. Head over to XLR8R for the download, and don't miss Maya on tour all year (like we said, she never stops!).