Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Simian Mobile Disco stir interest with new viral video for "Synthesise"... also new Frankmusik clip...


Simian Mobile Disco. Cheeky motherf*ckers, brilliant producers, and quite possibly one of the most interesting success stories of this decade (go Google Simian, Black Ghosts, "We Are Your Friends (Never Be Alone)", James Ford, and Jas Shaw if you aren't familiar with their rise to fame) are back with a new low key viral video to spur interest with "Synthesise"... new single? New album? Last time Arcadia spoke with them James was talking about producing a new Klaxons album as well as a new SMD album so it could very well be the case.

In the meantime enjoy this... BUT PLEASE BE AWARE THERE ARE LOADS OF FLASHING LIGHTS... I don't want anyone to have a seizure...


I'm going to include a track via YSI but only because my traffic is getting killed as the Hype Machine only recognizes like a couple file hosts. This means the only way I see a real spike in numbers is by posting stuff I don't have permission to post and on YSI. They really need to think about expanding capabilities to include Rapidshare, etc... or maybe just post everthing that the few thousand music blogs writing post! Here's 100 downloads via this link for you guys... So go get em! And go buy an album while you're at it... "Attack Decay Sustain Release" is not an album you can get away with not owning...

Simian Mobile Disco- "State Of Things"

The beginning of "Synthesise" reminds me of that Claude Von Stroke song from a couple years back... "Who's Afraid Of Detriot" (the answer is EVERYONE who isn't from Deroit)... come to think of it... now that I'm watching this, no shit, I think I'm in the video at 1:49. The prick holding up his camera instead of dancing lol... that was a good DEMF/Movement though...


Last but not least... listen to our boy Frankmusik singing in his knickers in the middle of a field... I think his record company is encouraging people to stalk him or something based on their new campaign... but it's clever! Go over to www.frankmusik.com and join up (The Heaths Of Thornton appear to be closed) to get freebies and news from him going forward...

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