Rise up, you ADD monsters, you Ritalin-addled little fuckers, unite! We've got your anthem right there. It's Hyperactive by Malente & Dex, out in August on Exploited,the super cool German label who brought you Siriusmo's classic Allthegirls.
There's even a trailer for the 12":
Bobmo, who's the most hyper of us all (when he's not the most sleepy of us all), remixed the track and it's a "banger", as they say, and you can stream it NOW:
Artist's rendition of Institubes' resident demon boss, AKA "the guy who says no"
To celebrate our addition to their digital store, the good folks over at Turntable Lab asked me a couple of questions. If you want to know what went down up until now and how and what we have in store, check out the interview.
Blame it on late planes and missed connections. Blame it on missing codecs. Blame it on the boogie. Here is the Alizée x David Rubato video. Directed by Rebecca Zlotowski. Art direction by House of Kids.
Not too long ago, we did a Boys Noize vs. Institubes party in Berlin. I could try and write a short story, a hundred bars, or 6.000 signs recounting the events of the night but you know what? I'm not a writer, not a rapper and not a journalist. Fortunately, Das Glow (who is not a filmmaker, all evidence pointing to the contrary notwithstanding) did one of his mind-melting video reports and you know what they say: a Das Glow video is worth a thousand Pynchon novels.
We're bringing the INS vs. BNR party to Paris in September...
Boys Noize's eponymous label is releasing a new Shadow Dancer single this month and along with the original and a Strip Steve remix, there's a massive Das Glow remix, streamable right here:
Bobmo is playing the great Blah Blah Blah party in Brighton on Saturday, a mere couple of weeks after Jean Nipon turned the place on its head. Our friends there have a blog where they posted the following "Burzum Holydays" mix:
In a local pop landscape barren and desolate, thanks God for Alizée. Moi... Lolita, her first hit, was part Baby One More Time, part cautionary tale—how utterly disturbing and exhilarating that was: a nation under an underage skirt. Plus Aphex Twin was playing it at the time, which seemed so decadent, yet so ballsy.
Millions of records later, Alizée is back with a new album, Psychédélices, and she's as adorable as ever. I was quite proud when she asked us to remix her new single, Fifty-Sixty. David Rubato delivered in a most elegant and surprising way, fitting her with tightly repurposed Gainsbourg grooves, and dipping her voice in a vat of codeine, effectively turning an upbeat pop number into a slithering, melancholy love song.
Alizée liked it so much that not only did she commissioned a video for it, but also trusted us to pull it off. Check out the video for the original song and do come back on Saturday, as we will premiere our version right here. In the meantime, here is a little something: