• Looper

  • Du Blonde

  • On Dead Waves

  • Lost Under Heaven

  • Lift To Experience

  • A Certain Ratio

  • Richard H. Kirk & Sandoz

  • ADULT.

  • Lee Ranaldo

  • Goldfrapp

  • Nicolas Bougaïeff

  • Anand Wilder & Maxwell Kardon

  • Plastikman

  • Zola Jesus

  • New Order

  • Arca

  • Liars

  • Swans

  • Ben Frost

  • Cold Specks

  • Cabaret Voltaire —
    The Original Sound Of Sheffield '78 / '82 Best Of

  • Erasure —
    A Whole Lotta Love Run Riot

  • Liars —
    Brats

  • Richard H. Kirk & Sandoz —
    #7489 (collected works 1974 - 1989) & #9294 (collected works 1992 - 1994)

  • Lee Ranaldo —
    Electric Trim

  • Cabaret Voltaire —
    Live At The YMCA 27.10.79.

  • Beth Jeans Houghton —
    Atlas

  • Arca —
    Mutant

  • Mick Harvey —
    Intoxicated Women

  • Cabaret Voltaire —
    Methodology '74-'78: Attic Tapes

  • Cold Specks —
    Blank Maps

  • New Order —
    Music Complete

  • Lift To Experience —
    The Texas - Jerusalem Crossroads

  • Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross —
    The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

  • Cabaret Voltaire —
    Mix-Up

  • Cold Specks —
    Blank Maps/Winter Solstice

  • Du Blonde —
    Welcome Back To Milk

  • ADULT. —
    Detroit House Guests

  • Cold Specks —
    I Predict a Graceful Expulsion

  • Cabaret Voltaire —
    Listen Up With Cabaret Voltaire

  • Liars —
    Staring At Zero

  • Lee Ranaldo —
    Moroccan Mountains

  • Lee Ranaldo —
    Thrown Over The Wall

  • Liars —
    Cred Woes

  • Ben Frost —
    Threshold Of Faith

  • ADULT. —
    Uncomfortable Positions (feat. Lun*na Menoh)

  • Lee Ranaldo —
    New Thing

  • Erasure —
    World Be Gone

  • Erasure —
    Love You To The Sky

  • Can —
    Dizzy Dizzy (The Singles Pt. 2)

  • Can —
    She Brings The Rain (The Singles Pt. 1)

  • Lee Ranaldo —
    Circular (Right As Rain)

  • ADULT. —
    We Are A Mirror (feat. Douglas J McCarthy)

  • Lift To Experience —
    Falling From Cloud 9

  • Goldfrapp —
    Systemagic

  • ADULT. —
    We Chase The Sound (feat. Shannon Funchess)

  • Looper —
    Farfisa Song

  • Goldfrapp —
    Anymore

  • Maps —
    Playlist: Vicissitude

  • Maps —
    Playlist: Turning The Mind & We Can Create

The Acid

Debut Jesse Rose Remix of “Fame”

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DEBUT JESSE ROSE REMIX OF “FAME”

“FAME” ON NPR’S HEAVY ROTATION

NEW ALBUM LIMINAL OUT NOW

EUROPEAN TOUR DATES ANNOUNCED

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Photo Credit: Andrew Whitton

 

“Serendipity brought the three together, and each has brought different expertise and experiences to the table. The result is gorgeous” – NPR

“Liminal is a testament to The Acid’s breadth of vision and production prowess.” – Pitchfork

“A genuine buzzworthy selection to add to your ever-expanding summer playlist.” – Beatport

Intimate, spine chilling vocals” – Dazed

“A wonderful melding of the three artist’s talents.” ­ Pigeons and Planes

The Acid enthrall and enrapture” – NME

The Acid debut another remix for “Fame,” available for streaming here.  Jesse Rose reworks the original single this time with a sublime 4 am interpretation.  It will be available for purchase digitally along with the Factory Floor remix via Mute on August 5th.The Acid have just announced a new European tour for September this year, following the recent release of their exceptional debut album Liminal via Mute in the US and Infectious Music for the rest of the world.  US tour dates to be announced soon.

To get a taste of The Acid’s live show, watch their recently recorded live version of “Basic Instinct” for The Line of Best Fit here.

The Acid came together from three separate worlds, joining together through a profound synchronicity.  They are globe trotting, Grammy nominated DJ & Producer Adam Freeland, creator of subversive crossover hit ‘We Want Your Soul’, spearhead of a scene and label boss of Brighton’s Marine Parade Records; Californian Polymath Steve Nalepa, whose time is split as a producer, composer, professor of music technology; and Australian, LA based artist and producer Ry X, whose ‘Berlin EP’ was released in late 2013 to softly bubbling acclaim, and who, with his other alter ego as one half of Howling, created an eponymous club smash and toured heavily through 2013’s festival circuit.

The sound they’ve created together is truly genre-less, a term used with increasing frequency but never quite so well suited as to them. The guitar, at times three or four of them layered together, seamlessly blends in amongst bass shudders, beat pulses and elongated drones as Ry’s vocals beatify then rage amidst delicate synth lines and pitched down field recordings of street noise, birds, the clacking of bicycle spokes and the creaking of a leather jacket. The Acid weren’t even sure what they were composing at first, as Ry describes, “It’s like painting before you know what you are painting. You’re stuck in the process before you’ve got an idea of what you’re making. The beauty of that is complete freedom.

European tour & festival dates:

8/8 – Germany, Haldern Pop Festival
8/16 – Holland, Lowlands Festival
9/5 – Berlin, Berlin Fest
9/6 – Portmeirion, Festival No.6
9/8 – Manchester, Deaf Institute
9/10 – London, Oval Space
9/11 – Brighton, The Haunt
9/13 – Gent, Big Next Festival
9/15 – Amsterdam, Bitterzoet
9/16 – Cologne, Bahnhof Ehrenfeld
9/17 – Frankfurt, Zoom 
9/19 – Hamburg, Reeperbahn Festival
9/22 – Berlin, SchwuZ
9/24 – Mannhelm, Feuerwache
9/25 – St Gallen, Palace
9/27 – Besancon, Detonation

Listen to the Factory Floor remix of “Fame” here.
Watch the official “Fame” video here.
Watch “Fame” performed live here.

 

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