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Moogfest / URB.com Remix Contest Winners Selected!
Amazing remixes were submitted for the 1st annual Moogfest/URB.com remix contest powered by MixMatchMusic. Entrants from around the world competed for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to DJ at this year’s festival.
After torturous deliberations among the judges, the grand prize winner is Moving Temple and Peripheral for the remix of Hot Chip’s “We Have Love”. The Asheville-based Skew Records recording artists Moving Temple and Peripheral consist of Andy Askew and Michael McBride. Learn more about them at www.skewrecords.com. The winners win a DJ slot at Moogfest on Halloween night at 9pm!
We’d also like to congratulate Ed Haskins of Boston for his remix of Nortec Collective’s “I Count the Ways”. Thanks to all the participants and everyone who voted for this year’s contest. Visit http://www.urb.com/2010/10/27/win-a-dj-set-at-moogfest/ to find more info.
Peripheral & Moving Temple come together to put out this 18-track FREE mixtape for your listening pleasure. Expect to hear sounds from local artist such as Bookworm and Agobi Project and some remixes of artist that have been a source inspiration to the two producers. Also, there is a load of original(unreleased) material that you can expect to hear.
Tune in. Turn up. Hope you enjoy!____CLICK THE IMAGE ABOVE TO DOWNLOAD!
1 Moving Temple – Calls (Peripheral Remix)
2 Dr. Dre [feat. Busta Rhymes] – Can’t Take It (Moving Temple Remix)
3 14kt – The Meaning
4 Peripheral – Tunnel To The East
5 Comfort Fit [feat. Dyno] – Oh I Don’t Know
6 Bookworm – Glass Jars
7 Agobi Project – Protosapian
8 Peripheral – At The End Of The Tunnel
9 Moving Temple – Birth Of Sambucus
10 STS9 – Echoes (Peripheral Remix)
11 Peripheral – If Only It Were Possible
12 Intrinsic – From The Depths
13 Peripheral – Setting 2
14 Moving Temple – Planet X-mas
15 Nosaj Thing – Nice Tights
16 Pink Floyd – Echoes (Moving Temple RMX)
17 Peripheral – Now Its Personal
18 Machine Drum [feat. Addiquit] – Bermuda Love Triangle
This one is going to be a fun one! We are pleased to bring you a night of deep beats and subtle sound structure as the forces of Earthtone SoundSystem and Skew Records join with a night full of music in everyone’s favorite intimate Asheville venue, Bobo Gallery. Not since the days of Circatree has the Skew Records crew been a part of the ongoing Lexington scene and we are glad to be back as Moving Temple will get the night started with a set of APC experimental electronic production. Josh will finish the night with your favorite booty shakin’ heart beats. Let’s celebrate this season together and make it a night to remember as we join our collective will to advance our love of life and creative vision. We look forward to our departure, until then…Time is Art!
Check out this new footage of a heated improv set from Moving Temple and DM Stair(sonmi suite’s percussionist).
Skew Records releases Moving Temple’s first continuous mix entitled The Astromotive. All tracks written and arranged by MT himself. Moving Temple is the solo-production of Andy Askew using a combination of both digital and recorded sounds which provide a vivid far away landscape. The Astromotive embraces patterns of hip-hop, jazz, modern-electronic, and dub. Enter the Temple and be prepared to move!