Sunday, September 28, 2008

Exclusive Download: Edward III's David Latour Remix

Recently, Image-Line (creators of FL Studio), held a remix competition to tear apart David Latour's track, "One Day." A personal friend of ours, Edward III, decided to take to the challenge. Perhaps your remember him from his Russell Phillips mockumentary:

All surfer-parodies aside, the dude makes a killer remix. But don't take our word for it:

David Latour - One Day (Edward III Remix) (ysi) | (zshare)

David Latour - One Day (youtube)

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Saturday Night Fever 1

From now on, every Saturday evening, Antler Darts is going to bring you the freshest dance tracks to prep you for the night to come. They will range from disco, funk, house, techno, and everything in between. If it makes you want to get up and dance, then it is solid snf material.

With that said, we are accepting recommendations, just hit us up at antlerdarts(at) and we'll check it out.

Because this is the first snf ever, I'm going to give away two great dance tracks you've probably never heard before.

Live it up:

Benjamin Shock - Funk The System (ysi) | (zshare)

Jochen Miller - Lost Connection (Radio Edit) (ysi) | (zshare)

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

The Subterranean - Vol.1

Every now and then, new music worthy of praise and admiration slips below your radar. Get back on track with The Subterranean.

This Week:
- "Kids Aflame"

Todd Goldstein is the kind of artist to take an established blues ballad called “Jon the Revelator” and use it – gospel roots and all – as inspiration for an optimistictrack entitled “Jon the Escalator.” The song’s opening lines are about as gleefully tongue-in-cheek as one would expect after noting the title: “Jonathan, you’re turning into stairs again / You’re giving free rides to your friends …” That’s Goldstein’s solo debut — Kids Aflame — in a nutshell: bizarre, but never too reliant on its charm that it neglects the emotional aspects of acute, observational song writing. [For more, check out my article at The Beacon]

Download: Arms - Kids Aflame (via RCRD

Originally written for Emerson College's newspaper, The Berkeley Beacon. Michael Desjardin is the Assistant Editor of the Arts & Entertainment section at the Beacon.

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Exclusive Download: LX-iR

This guy's got it all. He successfully captures the sounds of Air's ambiance, Stevie Wonder's keyboard riffs, and Daft Punk's quirky electronic noises, to create his own unique style of electronic funk. A must have for those fans of old school r&b, hip-hop, and funk.

With that said, he was nice enough to let Antler Darts share three of his finest tracks with our readers. All at 320kpbs!


LX-iR - Cappuccino
LX-iR - Honey
Estelle (feat. Kanye West) - American Boy (LX-iR Remix)

Don't forget to show him some love:

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