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Eliot Lipp Remixes Cubik & Origami

We asked New York artist Eliot Lipp to remix a track off the upcoming Cubik & Origami album. You can download the track, as well as a few other previews, for FREE on their media page. Enjoy!

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A Day with French miami


Cubik & Origami release date announced

Cubik & Origami's sophomore album "Slept in on Doomsday" is scheduled for release this summer on October 21st. This album is an evolution from their debut release on Widehive Records that moves in a more rock-tinted electronic direction. Stay tuned for more info and be on the lookout for a release party.

Science Teeth EP

Check out French Miami's Myspace to hear their new EP recorded with Phil Manley of Trans AM. So good.

Details of when/how it will be released soon...

French Miami in Wiretap Music

Check out the review of French Miami's show with our friends Excuses for Skipping and Parker Street Cinema in WireTapMusic:

"While the opener could have just as easily headlined the night, French Miami was more than up to the task of following Excuses for Skipping onstage. The three-piece’s sometimes minimal, sometimes massive, but always intriguing take on indie rock is just damned good. They opened, for instance, with “All On Fire,” a song with a guitar intro that is one of the tightest and most effective riffs I’ve heard in a long time.

French Miami’s sound is full of big burping keyboard bass, adroit guitar riffs, and urgent drum beats. Watching them, you could plainly see that singer Jason Heiselmann was feeling his band’s music. At one point when he wasn’t playing his guitar or his keyboards he was doing a dance that looked like he was bent over double, maybe in pain, and the look on his face was totally hurts so good. It’s perhaps trite to say of a three-piece band, but French Miami make an awfully big noise for only three dudes. They put on a damned fine show of undeniably compelling and intense indie rock."

If that sounds good to you, be sure to check out their show on Saturday at the Geat American Music Hall or visit their myspace to see upcoming dates.

Chris Avitabile original works

Chris Avitabile is the man behind The Collapsible Mammals, one of our beloved downtempo and chill grooves artists. He is also a great collage and sculpture artist and has set up an etsy shop to sell his works:

chrisavitabile.etsy.com

He also has a great new music blog: MAKE SWEAT

go on over there and give him some love.

Photos from New York

So finally, without further ado, I present our "official" tour photos:

please click on any of the photos to see the whole set (on flickr).

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Thanks again to anyone who came out or supported us, we had a blast!

Dinner Party goes to MonkeyTown

Check out this video of our performances at Brooklyn's art/video/restaurant/bar space MonkeyTown:


Live electronic sets by:
George Cochrane (using wiimote as controller)
Compulse (using the touch pad Lemur)
Cubik & Origami

Video mixing by:
Alex Feurer

Song being played:
"Keep on Stepping" by Cubik & Origami

DPR HDQRTRS

Thanks to our friends at Snoppyquop Recording Studios, we now have new warehouse space for working on projects and hosting special events. Stay tuned...