Alexi Murdoch releases cover of Roy Harper's Another Day

Alexi Murdoch releases cover of Roy Harper's Another Day

13 February 2018

Enigmatic singer-songwriter Alexi Murdoch, six years on from his last album, has released a cover version of Roy Harper's timeless classic, "Another Day". The new version features Iceland's Valgeir Sigurosson (production) & Nico Muhly (keyboards) and was recorded in the Icelandic winter almost five years ago, enhancing the song's glacial quality. "Murdoch’s melancholic vocals are heart-stopping as he drops the key and tempo of the Harper original".

The song was officially released on February 9 as part of the Amazon Music Original playlists “Love Me” and “Love Me Not” for Valentine’s Day. Read a review in the UK's Independent newspaper here.

Murdoch's first album, Time Without Consequence, released in 2006 on his own label, Zero Summer became one of the most licensed albums of the decade, receiving placements in dozens of films and television shows, most notably the song "Orange Sky" appearing in The O.C. 

The return of Cristobal & The Sea

The return of Cristobal & The Sea

June 01, 2017

Cristobal & The Sea are back with 2 new members, a brand new look and a red hot new single ahead of their sophomore album, Exitoca.

The new single, "Goat Flokk" is taken from their storming forthcoming album which is a glorious celebration of the bands ethos, character and pure joie de vivre. It is produced by Yehan Jehan and will be released by City Slang on September 22 September 2017. Check out the official Goat Flokk video.

The band will embark on a new round of touring to promote the singles and album, and will play a handful of album showcases in key cities. So far the below have been confirmed. Check back on our or the band's facebook page for regular updates.

Nov 06, Berlin - Badehaus. Nov 10, Paris - Pop Up Du Label. Nov 17, London - Moth Club

Playtex Sport Compact commercial

Playtex Sport Compact commercial

May 31, 2017

The latest Playtex Sport Compact commercial features the track Play by D6 artist Baby Blue and produced by D6 artist / producer Donae'o. The commercial will be aired initially in North America only. 

Gazelle Twin

Gazelle Twin

July 05, 2016

GAZELLE TWIN - FLESHED OUT

The Blue-Hoody 'UNFLESH' chapter of D6 artist Gazelle Twin (Elizabeth Bernholz) culminates in this remix LP FLESHED OUT - with autopsied and re-animated tracks by 10 exceptional producers in a double-gatefold vinyl package, released on Anti-Ghost Moon Ray and Last Gang Records on 29 July 2016. 

Remixes by Perc, Carter Tutti, Blanck Mass, Dave Clarke, Wrangler, Zamilska, Vanishing, I Speak Machine, Lone Taxidermist, and Don't Look.

In 2014 Gazelle Twin released her second album, Unflesh, to great critical acclaim. Watch the video to Anti-Body here.

 

Harper on Bowie

Harper on Bowie

January 12, 2016

"When I first met David he was performing mime. In that respect he never changed. His life was one long brilliant mime. His various personas were the equal and musical equivalent of his favourite, Marcel Marceau. He mimed many of his contemporaries without really ever copying them. His particular genius was to see an attitude, feel an inspiration, delivery or emotion in someone and be able to replicate and transgress that in an often superlative way of his own, which could not only give added insight to that source, but often lend it a satirical edge, a playful touch or an irony.

Back in the day, he sold me a pair of Tibetan boots he’d got from a monk. He was more broke than me, and I gave him a ten bob note for them. He was gigging with just an ageing Grundig tape recorder at the time. The boots were really uncomfortable. The soles were made of wood and didn’t bend. They only lasted for a couple of years. Wish I still had them. Wish we both still had those gigs to do."

Goodbye and go well, David Bowie, giant of giants. (D6)

Feder arrives on UK shores

Feder arrives on UK shores

September 8, 2015

District 6 France signing Hadrien Federiconi, now widely known across Europe simply as Feder after storming to the top of the charts in 17 countries with his massive chill-step / dance tune, "Goodbye" featuring the sultrily spoken vocals of Lyse, has finally arrived on the shores of the UK.

"Goodbye", initially a runaway viral hit in Russia, then snapped up by Time Music and Warners worldwide, has completely captured the European cultural zeitgeist, becoming one of the biggest airplay hits this year - from Paris to Prague, Ibiza to Instanbul, Berlin to Barcelona - and it is set to make a star of the young Parisian DJ and artist, following a long line of french DJs to make it on the international stage.

Atlantic UK are getting behind the release in the UK and it has already been playlisted by Radio 1 (C list this week).

Watch the official video here.

An impressive remix package has been put together by the label, including Syn Cole, Alex Schulz, Vijay & Sofia Zlatko & Wolfskind.


Criolo invokes his inner Buddha

Criolo invokes his inner Buddha

November 17, 2014

Convoque Seu Buda is the new album by Brazil's urban soul poet, Criolo. 

According to arguably Brazil's most important musical figure of all time, Caetano Veloso, Criolo is now the most important of all of Brazil's current musical ambassadors. High praise.

Criolo first burst on the the international scene in 2011 with his effortlessly accomplished and critially lauded debut album, "No Na Orelha". On a brief European tour that same year he demonstrated the force he is on stage also, and thus set the scene for this, his second, follow up album.

Once again classic sambas and strong melodies sit alongside gritty, urban rap, sometimes separately, sometimes together,  and it is all underpinned by the subtle yet powerful social comment on the state of Brazil, the powers that be, the underclass, workers, street children and drug addicts. It is a late but worthy candidate for album of the year.

The big man will be touring Europe briefly in January, and our advice to you is DO NOT MISS him. You have been warned. The Dates are 21/01 - Glasgow, ABC (UK); 22/01 - London, Village Underground (UK); 24/01 - Berlin, Gretchen (GER); 27/01 - Amsterdam, Bitterzoet (NL); 28/01 - Gent, De Centrale (BEL); 29/01 - Paris, Alhambra (FR).