The ‘How Dare You’ EP features remixes from Part-Time Heroes and Keyboard Choir and includes 2 quirky electronica tracks taken from Laki Mera’s The Diet of Worms EP – Electronic Works Vol 1′. Currently just finsihing off their new album ‘The Proximity Effect’, for release on Just Music early in 2011, the band have upcoming live dates in Scotland, including January’s Celtic Connections.
With a deep history in a variety of genres, sharing influences from Miles Davis to Bob Marley to The Clash, their own album released on Wah Wah 45s, and also a remix album, Part-Time Heroes have dance floor oriented cuts and remixes of artists ranging from MJ Cloel, Yungun, Mosaic, and Citizen Cope. They host their own Hideout Sessions podcast series and are favourites of Gilles Peterson who has suported them on his show, recently describing them as a “Jazzier Zero 7”
Keyboard Choir are an electronica ensemble based in Oxford and London who make music with the turbulance and dynamics of traditional ‘ensemble’ performances from purly electronic sound sources and from ‘found sound’. They have headlined shows in Oxford, Cambrigde and London and also played alongside Brian Eno (invited to play at his birthday party), Coldcut, Metromony, The Egg, Fuck Buttons and Frank Turner amongst others. In 2008 they released a critically acclaimed album and EP on Brainlove Records. Now creating a name for themselves as remixers – a recent storming remix for Stornoway (and live collaborations) they are currently working on remixes for Napoleon IIIrd, Thomas Truax and Chad Valley.
released December 13, 2010
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