Excited to announce Awake Remixes! The album will be out digitally January 15th and on vinyl May 20th. It’s the first vinyl release since 2014. Preorder the blue colored vinyl now in the ISO50 shop shop.iso50.com/products/awake-remixes
Tycho Awake Remixes
A1. Awake (Com Truise Remix)
A2. Montana (Christopher Willits Remix)
A3. L (Dusty Brown Remix)
A4. Dye (Nitemoves Remix)
TYCHO. DJ SET. TOUR DATES.
02.10 Denver, CO @ Club Vinyl *
02.11 San Diego, CA @ Bang Bang *
02.12 Tucson, AZ @ Gem & Jam Festival
02.13 Los Angeles, CA @ Exchange LA * #
02.16 Miami, FL @ Bardot *
02.17 Washington, DC @ Flash *
02.18 Brooklyn, NY @ Output *
02.19 Chicago, IL @ The Mid *
02.20 Detroit, MI @ Populux *
03.04 San Francisco, CA @ 1015 Folsom w/ Nitemoves, Dusty Brown
03.05 San Francisco, CA @1015 Folsom w/ Few Nolder, Christopher Willits
Have some Tycho DJ sets coming up here in San Francisco and a short US tour. Hope to see you out!
Tycho DJ Tour 2016
FEB 10 – CLUB VINYL – DENVER, CO
FEB 11 – BANG BANG – SAN DIEGO, CA
FEB 12 – GEM & JAM FESTIVAL – TUCSON, AZ
FEB 13 – EXCHANGE LA – LOS ANGELES, CA
FEB 16 – BARDOT – MIAMI, FL
FEB 17 – FLASH – WASHINGTON, DC
FEB 18 – INPUT AT OUTPUT – BROOKLYN, NY
FEB 19 – THE MID – CHICAGO, IL
FEB 20 – POPULUX – DETROIT, MI
MAR 04 – 1015 FOLSOM – SAN FRANCISCO, CA
MAR 05 – 1015 FOLSOM – SAN FRANCISCO, CA
I’ve been obsessed with Vine, I find a lot of music on there actually, there’s been this Simpson’s one that features this track by HOME. An oldie but a goodie style wise, kind of early Com Truise without the punch and dynamics of the rhythm section.
Lists this year are all over the place, a lot of main stream rap, a ton of half baked selections, really good techno and a happy surprise to see a lot less of the soft boy beat stuff that clogged up the festivals, which makes me overwhelmingly happy. Here’s a few musicians that most of you know but made my year very enjoyable because of a DJ set, live set or a very well done short documentary about them, enjoy!
Salt is an ongoing new project from David Burdeny, a Canadian photographer hailing from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Reminds me a lot of Edward Burtynsky’s Australian Mine project (link). Aerial photography exploring human environmental impacts is disturbing, yet never ceases to awe and amaze me.
More of Burdney’s work can be seen on his website, as well as in person at various gallies around the world (see ‘representatives’ page).
Its always perfect to have a musician share his or her ideas while albums come out or they’ve been MIA, there’s this honesty that lingers in the detail and melodies that makes you wonder if the LPs are a bit too built up or too much to express a clear idea compared to a song that isn’t tied to anything.