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Lovespirals, Releases »
Lovespirals’ second single from their 2010 album, Future Past, is “Feel So Good.” Last December, Sony Acid Planet held a remix contest for Lovespirals’ funky, Pink Floyd-esque, retro electro-rock tune, and over 40 producers put their own unique stamp on the original track. The new Feel So Good EP features the very best of the bunch. There’s the slinky trip hop grooves of Yumenomado’s grand prize winning “Film Noir Mix” and Noizz Factor’s jazzy “Glamour Mix,” both of which have a decidedly organic feel. Or check out …
Anji Bee, Chillcuts News »
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March 2011 marks the 5th Anniversary of The Chillcast with Anji Bee, the twice-nominated “Best Podsafe Music Podcast,” on the Mevio Network. Since 2006, Bee has had over 5 million downloads of nearly 300 audio episodes and 55 video episodes, featuring approximately 1,500 bands and artists in a wide range of electronica genres guaranteed to soothe you and groove you.
To mark this historic occasion, Bee has assembled an hour long compilation, 5 Years Of Chillin’, featuring brand …
Lovespirals, Podcast, Video »
Back in 2008 and 2009 when Lovespirals were creating their 4th album, Future Past, the duo captured some of those behind-the-scenes moments on various video formats. Including intimate clips of them during the songwriting, recording, and production process — as well as time spent at various beaches in their native Southern California to recharge their creative batteries — this video montage gives fans an excellent look into the lives of indie musicians, Ryan Lum and Anji Bee. Making this video extra special is that it’s set to the band’s favorite …
Chillcuts News, Featured, Lovespirals »
The first single from Lovespirals’ fourth album, ‘Future Past,’ to get the full remix treatment is “Love” – an atmo drum ‘n’ bass tune that recalls some of the duo’s earliest work together. A half dozen producers from totally different musical schools of thought took the poppy yet ethereal vocals of Anji Bee and set them to completely new musical scores.