Ooah - "Time Warp" by Matt Bomarr


Impressive new single from Ooah. This guy has been extremely productive lately. When he's not tearing shit up with his fellow beat-masters in The Glitch Mob, or getting saucy with MartyParty in PANTyRAid, or slowing things down a bit for his Of Porcelain project, he's releasing equally-as-nasty music under his own Ooah name. Great things to come this year, as The Glitch Mob have recently wrapped up their highly anticipated debut full length Drink The Sea. He's released this to hold you over. Buy the single (also featuring "Beginning" over at iTunes for only $1.98).

Opiuo - "King Prawn" by Matt Bomarr

opiuo - "king prawn" (stream-only)

I can't speak highly enough about this compilation that Bay Area producer An-Ten-Nae has put together. There are some incredibly nasty beats on here from the likes of Ooah (Glitch Mob/PANTyRAiD), Marty Party (PANTyRAiD), Adam Freeland, Robot Koch, An-ten-nae himself, and more. I hadn't heard of Opiuo before this compilation, but I did some research and found this amazing EP, which you can name your price on (no minimum), and it blew me away. Keep an eye on all of the artists associated with this compilation, and everything coming out of the Muti Music label, it's all really great stuff, and while you're at it...BUY THIS COMP!!

Freeland - "Do You" by Matt Bomarr

Adam Freeland records his solo music under his birth name. He records his "band" stuff as a 3-piece. "Cope" is the bands most recent release on Freelands' own Marine Parade label (home to Bomarr Blog favorites PANTy RAiD and Evil Nine). I've been enjoying a good chunk of this album lately, and I actually hadn't really heard anything about this new record until recently. After doing some research, I discovered that the record features lots of guitar parts from Joey Santiago of the Pixies, Twiggy Ramirez (ex-Marilyn Manson), Jerry Casalle of Devo, and even Tommy Lee on some drums (on the really amazing, epic, Sigur Ros-like track "Mancry", which you can check out over on his myspace page).

Friday Roundup by Matt Bomarr

  • Great interview with The Mighty Boosh on The Best Show on WFMU With Tom Scharpling (link)
  • All-around great guy Astronautilus and Dallas producer Picnic Tyme have a new project called Maxx Moon. The song is called "Urban Outfitters", and it'll get stuck in your head. (link)
  • Check out this nasty remix that superpal Disruption did of Hovatron's "Gypsy Trader" (link)
  • PANTyRAiD just put a brand new 47-minute mix online for you to check out. You'll be glad you did (link)