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Daedelus – Order of the golden dawn


“Hey, so Victorian-dressing electronic guy Daedelus has a new mini-album coming out on Flying Lotus’s Brainfeeder label.

Titled Righteous Fists of Harmony, it marks the first release on the new global Brainfeeder – which basically means they now have an international distribution deal – and preludes Daedelus’s forthcoming album for Ninja Tune, Bespoke.

Says FlyLo, “Daedelus was one of the first people I met in the LA scene, he hardly knew me or my sound at all and invited me into his home and shared stories and music with me when I was trying to find my way out here. He’s been such a great and inspiring friend ever since. I feel like with this album we’re close to coming full circle.”

Next up on Brainfeeder are albums from Lorn, Samiyam and Gaslamp Killer, plus a label compilation. ‘Til then, check out this track from the Daedelus and start getting excited.”

Download Link: DAEDELUS – Order of the Golden Dawn

The Gaslamp Killer: NZ + AU TOUR


Daedelus “Righteous Fists of Harmony” from DestroyRockMusic Inc. on Vimeo.


Music : Daedelus ( myspace.com/daedelusdarling )
Song : “Fin de Siècle”
Album : Righteous Fists of Harmony
Label : Brainfeeder ( brainfeedersite.com )
Director: Clay Lipsky ( goclaygo.com / destroyrockmusic.com )
DP/Editing/Animation : Clay Lipsky
Starring : Laura Darlington (The Long Lost)

In this release for Flying Lotus’ up-and-coming label Brainfeeder,
Daedelus presents a soundtrack-of-sorts to the Boxer Rebellion. What,
you ask, could make such ancient history an inspiration for modern
electronics? Well, Daedelus has found a strange relevance to our
modern malady in these epic events of long ago…

After seventy years of China’s opium-related subjugation by Queen
Victoria and her allies, a force of resistance fighters — termed
“Boxers” by the British — rose to the challenge in 1898. Calling
themselves “The Righteous Fists of Harmony,” this secret society of
martial artists felt they held magical powers: they believed
themselves bulletproof, able to fly, and capable of raising the dead
(who would then fight alongside them). And so began the brief Boxer
Rebellion; three years later 100,000 Boxers had fallen, their magic
helpless against the cutting-edge machinery of war. The British
prevailed only to face ultimate defeat, as their empire rapidly

Daedelus endeavors to compose a requiem for the end — of beliefs, of
lives, and of an era. This elegy for a bygone battle sheds light on
our own contemporary conundrum: will our faith in modernity be our
downfall? Are we blinded by this age of wonders, doomed to be
destroyed by our ingenious inventions? Although Daedelus’ music has
always juxtaposed organic and electronic elements, they war as never
before on “Righteous Fists of Harmony,” a portrait of a tumultuous era
that came crashing to a close.

DAEDELUS – “Righteous Fists of Harmony” Tracklist:
23 MARCH 2010
Heavy Weight Vinyl / Digital

1. An Armada Approaches
2. Tidal Waves Uprising
3. The Open Hand Avows
4. Order Of The Golden Dawn (featuring Laura Darling)
5. The Finishing of a Thing
6. Succumbing To (featuring Kid A)
7. Stampede Me (with Amir Yaghmai)
8. Fin De Siècle

Magical Properties Tour


DAEDELUS (soon to release “Righteous Fists of Harmony” on Brainfeeder) along with NOSAJ THING and JOGGER, embark on the “Magical Properties Tour” across North America:

Feb 4th – Space 120 – Palm Springs, California
Feb 5 – Echoplex – Los Angeles, California
Feb 6 – Mighty – San Francisco, California
Feb 7 – Jambalaya – Arcata, California
Feb 8 – Rotture – Portland, Oregon
Feb 9 – Fortune Sound Club – Vancouver, British Columbia
Feb 10 – Neumos – Seattle, Washington
Feb 12 – Hodi’s Half Note – Fort Collins, Colorado
Feb 13 – Gothic Theater – Englewood, Colorado
Feb 14 – Mad Planet – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Feb 15 – Majestic Theater – Madison, Wisconsin
Feb 16 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, Illinois
Feb 17 – Grog Shop – Cleveland, Ohio
Feb 18 – Wrong Bar – Toronto, Ontario
Feb 19 – Le Belmont – Montreal, Quebec
Feb 20 – Le Poisson Rouge – New York, New York
Feb 22 – Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Feb 23 – Bourbon Street – Baltimore, Maryland
Feb 24 – Xscape Lounge – Richmond, Virginia
Feb 25 – 90 Proof- knoxville, TN
Feb 26 – Club 828 – Asheville, North Carolina
Feb 27 – New Earth Music Hall – Athens, GA

airhorn!!! ras g (exclusive) mix for bts radio

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Ras G is a commanding force in Los Angeles and a classic example of what artistry is. Always pushing his production limits and bending his sound to a point that really make you believe he’s from outer space. His live shows have a reputation of blowing out sound systems and shaking walls to the point of deterioration.

Ras G, a defining figure of a new movement while in a class/world all on his own.

This exclusive set for BTS is only a taste of the destruction he can bring to speakers…Take cover.



The 2008 cult classic from Durlin Lurt now has a home via Leaving Records. Sounding more fun and filthier than ever, the conceptual work spans the alphabet (twenty six tracks with many familiar guests) sampling you-know-who through an experimental hip-hop lens that is unique and absurdly organic. (Artwork by Liv Rodriguez, preview track “Understand” below)

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02. Breathe (feat. LSA)
03. Crayonz (feat. O’Fiber)
04. Danger (feat LeRoi Da MOOR)
05. Eye
06. Falling
07. Gimme 5
08. High
09. In-Out | Here 2 Do (feat. Aahtue)
10. Junk (feat. mgr)
11. KO | Glass Cutter (feat. Mr. Dibiase)
12. Llamas (feat. Tone Liv, Decay & Selfish)
13. Magic
14. Nice
15. OK
16. Peace
17. Quack | the gonzo (feat. dak)
18. Rap
19. Subway (feat. Delofi)
20. Trash (feat. mgr)
21. Understand
22. Vibrate
23. Wet
24. Xxercise (feat. Fat Transfer)
25. YoYo
26. Zowie

“as grimy as a Burger King bathroom”
“i was about to traash this then i smolked a hi biscus plant.”
“beside the fact that it’s abstract,messy and noisy i don’t get what’s the point.”