Available now from TransCom via iTunes Aus/NZ…LEMONADE – the 2nd single from Projekt Inertia‘s LP We Believe In Now.
Lemonade follows on from the storming Bangkok single currently gaining solid airplay and support from DJs like Laurent Garnier, Dave Clarke and John Digweed.
Lemonade is a tour de force EP of progressive electronic goodness; as always featuring Projekt Inertia’s songwriting superiority. Check the main version and its dub sibling for the band’s core of leftfield tech house pop sensibilities. Backing up with remixes from across the globe including Hernan Cerbello, Cyan Vow (TransCom’s very own Duncan Fairbrother), ANA, Luis Pitti & Carlos Kinn, Beatronik, and Ryan Van Blanken.
Sample it and support it at iTunes (click the cover image to access it), and continue enjoying progressive innovative electronica from Australia’s own TransCom. Physical copies of the EP are available directly from us through our Discogs store. This is the way forward…
What started as a two piece dance act (known as Inertia) from Perth and Sydney who enjoyed strong success, particularly in the live circuit, Projekt Inertia is now a 4 piece indietronica act who are focused on making great tunes – tunes capable of being expressed anywhere from a pumping dancefloor through to a chilled out acoustic vibe and many of the spaces between.
The essence of Projekt Inertia’s sound is a melodic sensibility, underpinned by an urgent, driving tech house rhythm – think of many of the seminal acts who crossover genres, almost creating their own brand and you’re on your way to understanding the type of music these lads are creating right now.
Projekt Inertia’s sound is augmented by their choice of artists for collaboration – check out the mixes of new single Bangkok, and the forthcoming Lemonade and Fall Away Like Rain releases. This is brand spanking new music which is so fresh the studio leads are still attached!
TransCom’s Bangkok release features some established and up and coming DJs who have added their touch to the Projekt Inertia sound.
- Ian O’Donovan (recently signed to Bedrock) has dropped two wonderful mixes already getting support from the likes of Laurent Garnier and Sasha le Monnier prior to the official promo being released!
- Outsider is renowned producer Marvin Beaver, also known as Dylan Rhymes. The popular LOT49 artist brings a tough tech sound to the release already being well received on dancefloors.
- Ego Valente’s Iberian Mix has gathered strong support from his stable-mates at Techno Mafia.
- Alex BatiQua has worked with the Low Pressings team and is a new talent on the rise.
- Projekt Inertia’s own Mathew Sallur delivered the Unity Mix, which rounds out the show on a minimal tech house vibe.
The package is forming now in real-time on Soundcloud and Facebook – and we are sure you want to stay informed!
Keep an eye out for this act – their tunes are hitting dancefloors around the globe.
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Projekt Inertia’s “Bangkok” is a Trans:Com digital release exclusively through iTunes.
The first in a series of archival releases from TransCom that maps out Brisbane’s electronic underground during the early 90’s. Composing with computers since 1993, Ande was part of an underground movement in east coast Australia including Clan Analogue and Transmission Communications.
Deep In The Techno Den gathers some of Ande’s earliest techno creations from an earlier and perhaps more primordially creative time in the Brisbane underground electronic scene. Its a rich and raw techno sound that emanates from Ande’s analogue kit.
Essential listening for anyone even remotely interested in Australian electronica and its true originators.
Get it from: iTunes Australia/NZ