Based in Sydney Australia, Grindin’ manages quality Australian and International artists and is also responsible for producing some of Sydney’s finest Hip Hop events including - the annual J Dilla tribute night ‘The Genius Of J Dilla’ and touring the likes of DJ Neil Armstrong (Jay Z’s tour DJ), Jehst (UK), Finale (USA), and DJ MK (Dizzee Rascal’s / Roots Manuva’s DJ). Grindin’ recently sat down with Australian DJ/Producer Chasm, also known as Dr Don Don, to discuss his music influences and diverse productions. You can view Dr Don Don’s breakout hit, King Of The Stars, below. Continue reading for the complete interview.
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Gotta Dance Dirty is an electronic music blog that covers Dubstep, Techno, and Drum & Bass releases. They also cover events in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Colorado, London, and Miami. The Dirt is a weekly chart featuring the best mixes of the week. #27 is a “not-too-heavy-not-too-light-just-right version” of The Dirt. This chart includes the Dcup remix of Sam La More’s Paradise – along with tracks from Vega, Cassius, Teenage Bad Girl, and more.
Covering releases from some of the most buzz worthy and up- and-coming artists, Schitz Popinov has become a go-to destination for discovering new music. The blog featured the DCup remix of Dr Don Don’s single King Of The Stars. The track samples the classic Motown hit I’ll Try Something New (Diana Ross & The Supremes Featuring The Temptations). The blog tagged the remix “Good Taste” and raved,
“Got the homie DCup wearing a “Horny Girl” tee by Schitz Popinov Apparel. This was clicked at Shambhala 2010. Even better than that is this remix he turned out…errry day errry night…”
You can read the original article here. Check out the DCup remix and the music video for King Of The Stars below. Click here to purchase King Of The Stars or to stream additional remixes from Riva Starr, Pablo Calamari, and more!
Off The Radar is a music blog that has become a main source for the newest and most cutting edge music from Indie and Electronic artists. Back in February On The Radar featured Sam La More’s Paradise describing the track as, “A great housey dance track that will surely light up many dance floors on fire.” The ethereal sound and contagious melody of Paradise garnered the track a spot on Off The Radar’s Favorite Singles Of 2011. Paradise is in great company with some of the biggest singles of the year from artists M83, Neon Indian, Foster The People, Summer Camp, and Radiohead. Continue reading for the original article and full track listing and additional links. Read more…
Grindin is based in Sydney Australia. Since its inception in 2001 Grindin’ has covered artist from East Coast, West Coast, and Worldwide. Grindin’ recently updated a feature they did for Dr Don Don’s video King Of The Stars. Read more…
Off The Radar is a music blog determined to become your source for cutting edge new music. The blog featured Sam La More’s Paradise, describing it as “A great housey dance track that will surely light up many dance floors on fire”. Read more…
Radikal Records announces the release of “Paradise” from veteran Australian producer Sam La More. “Paradise” seamlessly blends a gorgeous melody with club driven drums. With elements of Indie Dance and Nu Dsico, “Paradise” delivers an 80′s retro vibe that is reminiscent of Phil Collins.
Formally half of the electronic music duo, Tonight Only, More is best known for Tonight Only’s collaboration with Nelle Hooper for Gwen Stefani’s debut solo hit “What You Waiting For?”
Having produced hits and remixes for the likes of Gus Gus, Empire of the Sun, Kaskade, Ladytron, Sneaky Sound System, and The Black Eyed Peas, Sam La More has become one of the most accomplished producers in Australia.
The blissful psych-pop vocals are courtesy of 27 year-old singer/ songwriter Liam Gerner. With “Paradise” His gifted lyricism is perfectly matched with his youthful voice and soulful energy.
This package includes remixes from some of the biggest heavy weights in Australia’s club scene -Urchins, Hagenaar & Albrecht, Rob Pix and Dcup. The Mutiny remix extends the track and delivers a club anthem for House music lovers.