Entropico (Hayden James, Touch Sensitive) have given us a fun video for 'Protect', Beni's 90s house rewind featuring vocals by Antony & Cleopatra, the duo of soulful London voice Anita Blay and Alexander Burnett. The cheeky clip casts Triple J personality and Sydney techno DJ Linda Marigliano in an entertaining take on the weird youtube phenomenon 'Japanese Techno Girl'.
'Protect' is the lead single from Beni's new EP, now available in Australia, UK and Europe through Modular Recordings (buy here), and soon in the US via WIN Music (Duke Dumont, Tiga). Produced with The Presets' Kim Moyes, the dancefloor dynamite is backed by two select remixes - Melbourne heat waves Indian Summer tackle 'Protect' while Canadian house dons Prince Club rework 'Can't Hide'.
Roaming party animal Beni celebrates the release of his new 'Protect / Can't Hide' EP in Australia tomorrow (14 July in the Uk), packaging some of his best work to date with versatile remixes from Prince Club, Indian Summer and wordlife. Losing sleep in anticipation, he's cooked up this playlist of club heaters, touching on the menacing 'Can't Hide' and 'Protect's 90s vocal house. Feel the energy and read on as we get to know this magnetic character.
Sydney dancefloor dreamweaver Beni drops a new track in the form of Protect. From the forthcoming Protect / Can't Hide EP (out July 11th Aus / 14th UK on Modular), the lead track features vocals by Antony & Cleopatra, the duo of Londoner Anita Blay and Alexander Burnett, known for his writing with Flight Facilities and Digitalism.
London based "professional doodler" Hattie Stewart transforms banal day-to-day imagery with humoured magazine vandalism and mischievous character illustrations. Through various collaborations, the rising artist is cementing her name in the art and fashion world. Having recruited her dark cartoony quirk for Beni's forthcoming album campaign, we were curious to find out how much of this ink reflects her personality.
When did all of this doodling begin? I imagine you weren't too attentive during school.
I definitely got distracted easily and did spend a lot of my time doodling in the corners of notebooks.
Set your eyes to stun with Ego's optical overload of Love On the Run. Not one to do things by halves, the Australian DJ/visual artist spins the colour palette into another dimension with tripped out effects and choppy cuts.
Beni's EP, backed with remixes from Riton and L-Vis 1990, is now available to UK and European fans via i-tunes and other good digital retailers.
Beni reveals some more thunder to coincide with today's EP release. Sharing the same vocal talents as Love On The Run, Summer's Gone sees Prince Terrence in step with the track's cold, techno heart. A sinister dark alley acid workout. A sounding of the siren to the underground resistance.
Bookending the four track EP is Riton's remix, "a frantic affair of warped vocals and jabbing synths that's set to send adrenaline levels skyrocketing" (Groupie).
Man on the decks Beni is back with a new single 'Love On The Run', out Nov 29 (AUS), Dec 2 (UK/EU).
The dancefloor jam will released as a double A-side with new song 'Summer's Gone', both backed with two remixes - one from UK legend Riton and the other from Night Slugs alumni L-Vis 1990. The latter premiered on Mixmag today.
Catch Beni at one of the below East Coast DJ dates next month.
Sydney dance music dreamer Beni returns to the floor with a new EP on November 29, led by the prized future house jam Love On The Run.
The double shot Love on the Run / Summer's Gone is produced by Kim Moyes (The Presets) and features Prince Terrence as guest vocalist. Terrence lends a familiar sound to the EP, after his collaboration on House Of Beni's cut Last Night. The EP comes backed up with remixes from L-Vis 1990 and Riton.
Catch the Bang Gang stalwart and former rioter in live DJ mode across the Australian East Coast below.
Modyssey is a trip through recent releases from the Modular Recordings catalogue. Taking in a choice range of singles, remixes and deep album cuts, it includes the likes of Tame Impala, Cut Copy, Canyons, The Presets, Bag Raiders, Pond, Young Dreams and more.
The Mod-centric compilation has been sold exclusively through Urban Outfitters UK (still available). It is now available to the fine people of Europe and the UK via iTunes, Beatport and your favourite record stores.
Check out a couple choice mixes from the boys after the jump to get your blood pumping pre-show.