Capitalising on Moroder’s current cachet, Google Chrome have recruited the Italian synth legend to soundtrack a new mobile game, Racer. Designed for tablets and smart phones as part of their Google Chrome Experiments series, the game allows users to race cars on a track spread across multiple tablet screens. The soundtrack, meanwhile, is Moroder to a T, setting Gothic synth trills over a motorik pulse and tossing in a New Age breakdown to boot.
As well as this, in a new interview with Time Out Moroder reveals that he’s taken up DJing – he even has a booking agent for it – and is collaborating with big room poster boy Avicii.
Right now, at Lake Dolores, there's a Tomorrow's Harvest listening party going on. USTREAM user Tonx23 is hosting a stream from the event right now. Update: Watch a stream below, which features the album's first four songs.
No, but he is Canadian. I wouldn't be surprised if every Canadian resident got a copy this morning, delivered via a Mountie on moose back along with their daily maple syrup delivery.
It was all part of the deal we negotiated for letting them use our country's name. I should tell you, the maple syrup deliveries have been done away with. They figured spraying our plastic money with maple syrup, so it would hold the scent, would be enough to hold us over.
Post by garageland on May 31, 2013 21:09:02 GMT -5
Four Tet is loosing his shit right now on Facebook:
"I just liked that @mariahcarey was resting her beautiful feet on her turntable" "I wish Mariah would ask me to make a record with her" "hi @mariahcarey do you want to work on some tracks together?" "Burial + Four Tet + Mariah... that's what really needs to happen." "we could do something like this :https://soundcloud.com/four-tet/me-and-mariah"
What you got back home, little sister, to play your fuzzy warbles on? I bet you got little save pitiful, portable picnic players. Come with uncle and hear all proper! Hear angel trumpets and devil trombones. You are invited.