James McArdle’s new label, Construct, has launched it debut EP. It’s called Shut Me Down and the artists behind it are Swayzak & Richard Davis. The three-track maiden voyage features remixes by none other than our very own Chris Hreno and wonderful buddy The Mole, a couple of “hogs” you won’t want to miss.
Some enviable soul down at detroittechnohouse.com got a chance to see our beloved Eddie C at RBMA’s last Red Bull House of Art after party at Detroit’s TV Lounge. And boy, was he smitten with the Canadian. It looks like the C put his “heart and soul” into the set, “rocking” those Technics like few others do and doing justice to his headlining slot at the party. His words, not ours! We definitely believe it, do you?
Greetings, earthlings. How is 2013’s last month finding you? Happy with the year that’s passed or happier to see it go? In any case, December is always a month for reflection. For counting our blessings, looking back on the last 11 months and trying to figure out what’s working for us and what isn’t. For LCC, it’s been a fantastic year full of growth and changes; something we hope will continue on into 2014 and bring us closer to you. Without further ado, we bring you the state of things for LOVE CiTY CENTRAL and its artists with this here last newsletter of 2013.
In anticipation of Dave Aju’s gig in Bombay, Bhavishvayani’s Future Sounds has published one of the coolest, most fun to read interviews we’ve gotten our hands on in quite some time. From free-style rapping to a hilarious joke involving Native American names, this is one page you’ll want to scroll down.
The Arts Blog for UK Magazine The Independent has run a feature on our very own Molly, our favorite Parisian newcomer. The piece touches base with the Rex resident and goes over topics like her roots, how she learned to play, her release coming up in 2014 and the impossible dreams that became possible at the mythical Panorama Bar.