After gaining a lot of attention in a very short space of time, the young talent known as Joker is set to release his full length debut, The Vision, on the 8th of November via 4AD. I'm impressed with the smooth production skills this guy has at such a young age. I think fans will be more than pleased with the effort, especially if you've like his remixes or "Here Come The Lights". Check it out in full below and give us your thoughts in the comments.
Ok, so I've loving the sounds that the UK talent Joker has been dropping in recent months, but I can't agree with this remix from one of the worlds biggest DJ's, Tiesto. It's a far departure from the chilled out beats Joker has been treating us too and is more of a pie eyed, dance like a fool kind of deal. Not feeling it but give it a listen below and let us know what you think.
A nice offering from Joker has surfaced online via the man himself earlier in the week and today we've got it for you to stream in it's drum filled glory. The track is a remix of Ellie Goulding's most prominent and well known track, "Starry Eyed" and is dubbed the Joker Bait Drum Remix, it's also unofficial just in case you were wondering. There's been an abundance of this track in the past two years since it's release but this sounds surprisingly fresh. Give it a spin below.
We've been keeping a firm eye placed on Joker for a while now and he's fast gaining momentum and attention from multiple angles. In turn this track should keep the snow ball effect going and it goes by the name of "Here Come The Lights". It is to feature on his full length The Vision and features the synth bashing Silas Bjerregaard of Turboweekend. Give it a spin below and thanks to Stereogum for the heads up on this. His debut will be released early November so mark your calendars.
Check out this nice remix of Devlin's track "Let It Go" from Joker. We've previously heard him do the dirty to tracks such as Gorillaz' "Doncamatic" and this track does not disappoint either. Check it out for yourself below courtesy of RCRDLBL and see what you think. You can pick up Devlin's album Bud, Sweat and Beers over here on iTunes.
Last month Gorillaz gave us a brand new cut that was previously unheard and didn't feature on Plastic Beach. It didn't quite fit the albums vibes but this didn't make it any less of an awesome track. Now, "Doncamatic (All Played Out)" has had the remix treatment from Joker and is now club worthy and as bouncy as they come. The official version of the track which features Daley, is slated for release on the 22nd of November. Gorillaz are about to head out on tour with N*E*R*D as main support along with a host of guests making appearances along the including Bobby Womack and De La Soul. Full details of the tour can be found over here.