Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Young Robots Digital Launches Today with Two RCMP EPs



RCMP - "Mustache Love" (Video by Ghostdad)

BUY - Beatport | TurntableLab | iTunes | Amazon | Juno

Today, Young Robots Records is now animated and in effect - the product of almost a year of hard work. You can now purchase the RCMP self-titled EP and Mustache Love EP at any major digital music retailer.

The self-titled EP is your first chance to buy a digital version of the popular but limited edition vinyl we put out last summer in collaboration with Flamin Hotz Records. One of last year's most buzzed-about disco records, it features remixes from Cousin Cole and DJ Pumpkin Patch. There are a few copies of the vinyl available at Turntable Lab if that's your preferred sonic medium.

DJ and fan response to Mustache Love inspired us to create a remix EP and we tapped Chicago's house wunderkind Rob Threezy (Nightshifters, T&A) for a techy thumper. Young Robots and Philadelphyinz's own Skinny Friedman adds a more percussive, funky vibe with his mix, and Young Robots' rising star DJ Pumpkin Patch extends his EP version to an even more intense, synthed out anthem.

We're really excited that the label is off the ground and running, and we're game planning releases from Skinny Friedman, Relative Q (of RCMP), DJ Apt One, Brooklyn disco wizard DJ Pumpkin Patch, Detroit's number one party mover Frankie Bank$, Dash Speaks and more - not to mention some RCMP releases with remixers that may surprise you.

Long story short - today is the day you can stop just listening to us talk shit and start listening to these records. You can check them out at any major internet music outlet.

Personally, we're fans Beatport and Turntable Lab because of they offer wav files and a record-store-like shopping experience, but iTunes, Amazon, Juno and all the others are just fine with us.

3 comments:

Vincent said...

i am def a fan of the track!

Billy said...

congrats guys

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