Butterfly Heart – Free Download

18th February 2011

Download the Didz & Chico remix of Butterfly Heart for free here. Just because we love you.

It ain’t where you’re from…

13th February 2011

It ain’t where you’re from. It’s where you’re at:

Wood from Denmark

Sound from Germany (D&B, better than Function One?)

Oranges from Italy (Blood)

Music from Brooklyn (via France)

Lounging from London.

Butterfly Heart Remixes Out Now

11th February 2011

Butterfly Heart on JunoDownload


The next single to be taken from the Feel Free Live Good album is Butterfly Heart Remixes. The new versions are released digitally on The Big Chill Label on Valentines Day, 14 February. Remixes come from The Rhythm Odyssey, Coyote, DF Tram and Straight To Tape. Listen to the remixes here:

The Remixers:

Rhythm Odyssey Rhythm Odyssey is the new alter-ego of Dean Meredith, one half of renowned house music producers Chicken Lips. The Rhythm Odyssey uses his old Atari sequencer and analogue gear to create old school new school house music. Here he keeps true to the feel of the album version but clubs things up a bit with a dirty basement bassline.

Coyote Coyote are Tim and Ampo, the boys behind the uber-cool Is It Balearic? label. On this mix they stretch the original into sunny nu-disco groove.

DF Tram DF Tram is an enigmatic, underground electronic DJ and producer from San Francisco. Here he takes us deep into his sound world, chasing the butterfly through the sonic waves.

Straight To Tape Straight To Tape is a sonic experimentalist who uses digitial analogue techniques and tape saturation technology to create new deep techno. In this mix he builds on the original to create a faster, sleeker beast perfect for after hours clubbing in Berlin.

Pick Me Up, Somerset House, London

10th February 2011

Coco live ambient experimental piece.

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[setlist]Chris Coco & Sacha Puttnam are making an ambient electronic album for Other Sounds Records. They are developing three pieces tentatively entitled City Music.

On Sunday afternoon they will run some synths and echo loops and feed sounds from the space into the machines to make some recordings that may well, if everything goes according to plan, be edited to form part of one of the pieces. So the people in the room on the day in the city become City Music.[/setlist]

Pick Me Up, Somerset House, London

10th February 2011

Coco DJ Set at the opening of Anthony Burrill’s exhibition/workshop

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[setlist]invite only[/setlist]