Soft Riot’s version of the Window Twins track “Don’t Let Me Down” premiered on the US mag The Fader yesterday. It is available as a free download. Both artists are on the US label Volar Records, who are responsible for the upcoming re-release of No Longer Stranger (LP/digital) and co-releasing the new LP Fiction Prediction (LP/CD/Cassette/Digital). Both releases are now out in early 2013. Thanks to the Window Twins and Craig Oliver for offering involvement in the project. The link is found below:
Earlier this year Soft Riot embarked on a whirlwind tour of several cities with a small gang of good friends in the London group Női Kabát (and Rishi Shah from Pavlov’s Children). It was an exciting ride, if doubled by the intensity of some of the late nights, long drives, occasional obstacles but moreover great shows, great crowds and amazing hospitality. I had the opportunity to watch Női Kabát do their thing numerous times on the trip and got familiar with their material, most of which is still in the gestation state in their crazy lab of a studio.
With their initial release of the “cass-single” (when was the last time you heard that term?) of “I Corrode/Seeds of Time”, I was asked to a “version” of the latter. After busy summer finishing off mixing and coordinating upcoming albums, I can now final present this version as a FREE download. Please share responsibly and thanks for your support.
Today you can find here the unveiling of SOFT RIOT’s “Ice Cave” Version of the track “Die World” by Lebanon Hanover below as a SoundCloud preview. The original track written and recorded by Lebanon Hanover is available on their fine LP “The World Is Getting Colder” released earlier this year on Fabrika Records. This version track also is available as a free download so please do so, devour and enjoy.