Entries in Lunice (4)


[News] Major Lazer Announce Massive 2013 Tour

Major Lazer's long-awaited sophomore album Free the Universe is set to release (hopefully) at the end of February, and following that the Diplo-led collective will carry out an extensive worldwide tour. Starting on February 28th in Toronto, the tour will take Diplo and friends all across Canada, the U.S., South America, the United Kingdom, and numerous countries throughout Europe. The tour will also see Major Lazer joined by a star studded supporting cast, including Angel Haze, Lunice, Starfucker, and Dragonette. Check out the full tour schedule after the jump.

Free the Universe is out on February 19th via Diplo's Mad Decent label.

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[$FREE.99] Yak Ballz - 'Gas Galaxy'

It's been nearly a year since we heard anything from Yak Skywalker who was releasing his new album Gas Galaxy track by track each month. But after several months of silence Yak has decided to drop his brand new LP for free. That's right, free. Take a listen to The Weathermen member's album below, co-produced by the homie Chapter 7 and features dope artwork by Oliver Cartwright as well as remixes by Lunice and Circuit Bored. Just some good hip hop for your weekend. Enjoy.


[Watch] TNGHT - "Bugg'n" (Official Video)

Hudson Mohawke and Lunice's joint venture TNGHT have offered up a video to accompany the track "Bugg'n" which featured on the recently released self-titled project. The video is a pretty simple affair with everyday happenings being features with it all culminating in a club scene at the end. Party on.

If you haven't given the project much of a look or any listens at all I'd recommend it. You can pick up a copy of the TNGHT EP here.


[Listen] Yak Ballz - "Hypetronic" (Prod. By Yak Ballz & Chapter 7)

Yak Biggallz returns with his latest single from his forthcoming album Gas Galaxy titled "Hypetronic" which was produced by Yak himself and Chapter 7. Unlike, the rest of the tracks released so far, this track is getting an official release as the album's premiere single and has been released as a maxi-single style EP on through Don’t Cry Recordings. The EP features a remix of the new tune by Mad Decent's very own Lunice and includes the instrumentals to both the original and the instrumental.

Take a listen to the original version of this quality banger below, then cop the EP which includes Lunice remix and instrumentals of both versions on iTunes today.