We're psyched to inform you all that for the first time ever, The Bang Gang Deejays' D is for Disco, E is for Dancing is now available on 12" vinyl at the Mod Shop. Featuring exclusive tracks of The Bang Gang's classic mix, separated and divided over two sides of heavy duty vinyl and including the likes of The Presets, The Tough Alliance, Cut Copy and The Bumblebeez being re-rubbed by Bang Gang themselves, Shazam and Bag Raiders.
The Bumblebeez are a brother/sister sucker punch unlike any other. No messin'. Though they've been fittingly described as "musical coleslaw", this delicious description is somewhat of an understatement once their back catalogue and erratic brilliance live has been experienced/witnessed.
While Chris Colonna has recently donned his producer hat and helmed the controls on the highly imaginative new Wolf & Cub record, he's managed to find some time to drop an exclusive track for the V Raw project, entitled "Misfit". Made on his Nintendo DSi using the Korg DS software with vox and drums (via the system's inbuilt audio player), the crunchy little 8-bit banger is now out in the ether for all and sundry to absorb.
Ahead of the release their magnificent technicolour spew of a debut album Prince Umberto & The Sister Of Ill, The Bumblebeez presented an equally important siamese twin companion to the music, the visual side of the band, in an art show at Goodhood in Hoxton, London.
View the gallery on Flickr.
Hits from Bumblebeez, The Klaxons, Wolfmother, New Young Pony Club, Softlightes, The Black Keys, and Soulwax.
Hits from Bumblebeez, The Klaxons, MSTRKRFT, Justice, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs.