KILLAFLAW release debut album - 'Sleaze & Grit'

KILLAFLAW release debut album - 'Sleaze & Grit'




Exciting Liverpool 2-piece Killaflaw are at the intersection of music
where the irresistible force of rave meets the immovable object that is rock, receiving comparisons with bands such as Soundgarden, The Prodigy and a mix between Led Zeppelin and Chemical Brothers.

Killaflaw's debut album, 'Sleaze and Grit', is produced by Dave Pemberton (Chemical Brothers, Pendulum) and will be released on UK indie-dance institution Wall Of Sound. The album is a 13- track juggernaut; every song is a smash hit that blows away the cobwebs. Stand out track and lead single, 'Own Way', is out on 24th Aug. 'Own Way'' starts with an intricate rhythm (we expect nothing less) with Benn's vocals brilliantly intertwining with the beats. The bass is dirty and the vocals are raw.

A rapidly growing following soon led to a Pledge Music Campaign as fans grew desperate for the release of an album. Breaking some sort of record, in an hour they had one pledge, in 3 days they had 85% of their target and they'd reached 100% in less than a week. The campaign finished with them making 132% of their total.

Live favourite 'Set Me On Fire' topped the DMC charts in the USA after a low-key release, news of the floor filler having spread quickly around the world.

Showing a lighter, more melodic side to the band 'Set Me On Fire' still boasts a killer drop and dirty groove. Having formed close ties with Killaflaw, UK rave stalwarts Utah Saints remixed the track and speak very highly of the new album.

'Broken Idol' (released in late 2013) is a fast attack of the senses and a real highlight from the album. Title track, 'Sleaze and Grit' has a stand out chorus and a bridge to die for whilst album closer 'Black Cat', is described by Eddy Temple-Morris as Killaflaw's most exciting track.







‘Walls Have Ears - 21 Years Of Wall Of Sound’
Wall of Sound are pleased to announce details of a new label compilation ‘Walls Have Ears-21 Years Of Wall Of Sound’ to be released on the 13th of April 2015 through [PIAS].
The brainchild of Mark Jones -1994 saw the launch of Wall Of Sound, and following the underground acid-house explosion of the preceding years, set about unleashing a catalogue of releases that were to become synonymous with the era; mixing sonics and genres together. First ever signing to the label, Mekon (John Gosling), sums them as “A well-oiled machine reversing into the future”.
"I just want to give artists the platform to do what they do. That's what it's always been about for me. It's never been about sitting in a studio saying, 'Don't do it like that, do it like this’. Wall of Sound has always been about artists being themselves. It's been a very very interesting journey, 21 years....who would have thunk it?" Mark Jones / Wall Of Sound
The compilation features an array of artists from the heady days of the label’s inception and includes tracks and artists from the off shoot labels: We Love You and Bad Magic and cruise through a catalogue that encapsulates the diversity of a label that has been home to the likes of Royksopp, Grace Jones, Propellerheads, Les Rythmes Digitales, Reverend and the Makers, The Human League, Aeroplane, The Bees, Tiesto and more...
“Happy 21st Birthday and thank you Mark Jones for funding, pressing and distributing the first ever Basement Jaxx record EP1(I visited him one lunchtime wearing a suit, after playing him a tape cassette of the material I asked 'Would anybody buy this?' ,'Yes' he said. 'Any chance you could press some records? we don't have any money', 'Yes' he said. Thank you Mark! Thanks for living and thinking outside the box!” Felix / Basement Jaxx
“Spending time with Wall Of Sound is like being in an epic road movie, without a map. And no road”. Banksy
Available digitally and on a double CD and digital download - including tracks culled from various BBC sessions the full tracklisting is:
CD 1:
Propellerheads - Take California
Royksopp - Poor Leno
Les Rythmes Digitales  - (Hey You) What’s That Sound?
Grace Jones  - Williams’ Blood (Aeroplane Remix)
The Wiseguys - Start The Commotion
Zoot Woman – It’s Automatic
The Bees – A Minha Menina
Tiesto vs Diplo (feat. Busta Rhymes) - C’mon (Catch ‘Em By Surprise)
E – Kletik – Maracana Madness
The Human League – Night People
Reverend And The Makers – Heavyweight Champion Of The World
The Jolly Boys - Rehab
Aeroplane - We Can’t Fly
Two Culture Clash - …And Dance
Kids On Bridges - Walls
B.E.F. (feat. Boy George) - I Wanna Be Your Dog
Scala & Kolacny Brothers - Nothing Else Matters
CD 2:
Sykur - Curling
Shawn Lee - Happiness
Ceasefire - Trickshot
Mekon (feat. Roxanne Shante) - Yes Yes Y’all (Duke Dumont Remix)
Propellerheads - Dive (John Peel live session1996)
Royksopp - Remind Me (Jo Whiley live session 2002)
Dirty Beatniks - Whores, Freaks, Saints and Angels (Lamacq Live session 2000)
Grace Jones - Love You To Life (Later With Jools Holland 2008)
Wiseguys - Ooh La La (Lamacq Live session 2000)
Infadels - Can’t Get Enough (Lamacq Live session 2006)
Blak Twang - Kik Off (Jo Whiley session 2002)
Reverend and The Makers - The State Of Things (Zane Lowe live session 2007)
The Jolly Boys - Perfect Day (Later With Jools Holland
The Elektrons - Get Up (Giles Peterson live session 2007)
The Shortwave Set - Now Til 69 (Rob Da Bank live session 2008)
Akasha - Brown Sugar (Mary Anne Hobbs live session 1998)
Ugly Duckling - A Little Samba (Lamacq Live session 2001)
Shy Child - Drop The Phone (Tom Robinson live session 2007)
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Röyksopp - ‘The Inevitable End’

Röyksopp - ‘The Inevitable End’




Röyksopp will release their fifth and final album ‘The Inevitable End’ on 10th November 2014, through their own Dog Triumph via Wall Of Sound and Cooking Vinyl.

‘The Inevitable End’, is electronic music overlords Röyksopp's second album release in the space of 6 months, following the critically acclaimed mini album and sell out tour with fellow Scandinavian legend Robyn ‘Do It Again’. ’The Inevitable End' is their most personal album to date and features Jamie McDermott (The Irrepressibles), Ryan James (Man Without Country), Norwegian singer songwriter Susanne Sundfør and Robyn.

“With ‘The Inevitable End’ we've moved into a darker subject matter, with emphasis on the lyrical content.  This candid approach feels very both personal, sincere and conclusive.” says Svein, “With this album it became clear we wanted to make an album in a classical sense even if it's the last one we make,” adds Torbjørn.

Having now created five complete bodies of work, the pair feel like the future is open to being more experimental with how they share their music.


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