Two Video Pieces from Bushmills’ Since Way Back Series

Since Way Back, the video series from Bushmills Irish Whiskey that aims to capture the close friendships and camaraderie between individuals and their social circles in New York, unveiled two new pieces of film to finish out the year. 1st is Chromeo’s cartoon, “Benchwarmers”, animated by the talented Kate Anderson, whose work includes bringing to […]

Video: The Crystal Ark – The City Never Sleeps

The Crystal Ark is the electronic project of  Viva Ruiz and Gavin Russom, DFA’s resident synthesizer go-to guy. The NYC duo has released a new video to their latest single, “The City Never Sleeps,” which was released through DFA. Check out the video below. enjoY!

Video: Shit Robot – Tuff Enuff

New music video to Shit Robot‘s track “Tuff Enuff” that comes from his forthcoming album, From the Cradle to the Rave. Make sure to pick up this album when it is release on Sept 20th. In the meantime you can peep our review of the album for some more info. enjoY! Shit Robot – I […]

DFA’s Shit Robot Gives Away Free Track from Long-Awaited First Album

We had talked about Markus Lambkin, AKA Shit Robot, a few weeks ago when we got news of his new album, From the Cradle To the Rave. Essentially, Shit Robot was the one who helped James Murphy build everyone’s favorite dance label, DFA. He was a very influential part of DFA (considered the Godfather of […]

Music Video: Holy Ghost! – I Know, I Hear

Holy Ghost! is kicking off their North American tour with Chromeo today, so in celebration, they share the official video for “I Know, I Hear” from their recently released EP, Static on the Wire. enjoY! Holy Ghost! – Say My Name

DJ Harvey Remixes Admiral Freebee

“My Hippie Ain’t Hip” is the 2nd single to be released from Admiral Freebee‘s current album, The Honey & The Knife. This catchy rock jam needed the remix treatment and Admiral Freebee thought that the great DJ Harvey would be the perfect person to do a remix. DJ Harvey turned the track into a dance-not-dance […]

Video: Bushmills ‘Since Way Back’ Campaign

Check out this video for Bushmills campaign “Since Way Back” They hired the talented Jonathon Mannion to take some photos of some NYC characters who have been friends for a while, including but not limited to, Chromeo, DFA, Fools Gold and more. “Since Way Back” by Jonathan Mannion from Bushmills USA on Vimeo. Chromeo – […]

Holy Ghost! Set To Release Static on the Wire EP in May

DFA will release Static on the Wire, the new EP from the NYC disco duo Holy Ghost! on May 18. The 4 track EP,  which includes their sweet hit, “I Will Come Back,”  is 25 minutes of some dope nu-disco jams that should get the crowds moving. You can check out track #2 “Say My […]

Jukebox Collective Set To Release Latest Single, ‘Icon Parade’, in July

Jukebox Collective is four friends from East London who dabble in guitars, synthesizers and all sorts of percussion. Taking influences from the DFA camp, they take shades of The Rapture and  LCD Soundsystem and add shouting vocals to make pop-edged electronica. Look out for these gentlemen to release their 2nd single, “Icon Parade”, in July […]

Groovin’ Along: Michoacan – In the Dark of the Night

I shall leave you this Tuesday with this little disco jam courtesy of Fernando Miranda Rios – a.k.a. Michoacan. The record is called “In the Dark of the Night” and it is 8+ minute track that has a funky bounce to it it. It will take you a minute to get to the meat, but that’s […]

Ray Mang Releases New Single on DFA

It has been more than a decade since Ray Mang, the alter ego of engineer, writer and producer Raj Gupta, has released new music. This time around he has teamed up with DFA records to make this nu disco-centric track called “Bulletproof” that packs tons of energy and fun with some help from some of […]

“Classic Rock” Is Back, With A Little Help From Free Energy

DFA’s newest artist, Free Energy, are sure as hell going to do something big with their nostalgic rock and roll sound. The sounds, lyrics, flow of these guys tracks scream Tom Petty or any of those classic rock bands that our generation grew up listening to. Their first single from the James Murphy produced album, […]