Soundfront Underground Radio Program.
Soundfront Underground is a 2 hour electronic radio program which travels in available FM/internet airspace currently reaching 3 million listeners and growing. It is a public service for the global community with interviews of artists/DJ/Producers in each hour and a mix of a variety of dance music.
Sapphirecut is not a PR company and does not charge or discriminate on this show. A wide variety of sounds have been included to date from Ferry Corsten, James Holden, Steve Porter, Omid 16B, Chris Fortier, Frankie Bones, Infusion, Kirsty Hawkshaw, Tom Stefan, Gemini Wolf, Pole Folder, King Britt, John Bourke, The Kandywhales, Justin Paul, Saeed Younan, Murray Richardson, Behrouz, Solvent, Gavin Keitel, Geogg Gains, Pete Moss, Nigel Richards, etc ...it is about bringing the sound Together.
Week of 1/14/2008
1.Sapphirecut;Together(16B Remix) Twisted Records
2.Paul Van Dyk ft. Jessica Sutta;White Lies Vandit Records
3.Temposhark;Featured Artist CD Invincible Line
a.Temposhark;Don't Mess With Me
c.Temposhark;Knock Me Out
4.Wideband Network;Anatomy of a Human Bomb(Jay Sustain Radioedit)Undermine Records
5.Shelley Harland with Loverush UK;Different World(Sapphirecut Mix) loverush UK
6.DJ Chus meets Pete Tha Zouk;There is a God Stereo Records
7.Trash Yourself with John Bourke;Static Avengers
9.Keith Blackstone;Enhancer(Jaimy Mix) Fatal Music Group
10.John O'Callaghan ft. Audrey Gallagher;Sky(Agnelli and Nelson Remix)Armada Records
11.Thrillseekers;By Your Side(Mind One Mix)
12.Second Sun;Popmuzik Systems Recrds
13. Void Project remake Cece Penniston;Finally(Lifeforce Eternal Mix)
1.Sapphirecut;Relativity unreleased OSP
2.Dfuse and Mike Hiratzka;Perfection from their Skyline Lounge CD lost Angeles records
3.Armin Van Buuren ft. Susana;If You Should Go from Universal Religion 2008 Armada and Ultra records
4.Cedric Gervais ft. caroline;Spirit in My Life from his Experiment CD Ultra records
5.Kyau and Albert;Only a Fool(Clubmix)
6.Christian Padaru;Made in Wishland(M&D Substance remix) Progressive Grooves)
8.Moby;Everyday is 1989
9.Markus Schulz ft. Andy Moor;Daydream Armada records
10.Fish Go Deep; The Cure and the Cause(Cube Guy Remix) strictly Rhythm
11.Chris Scott and Dmitry Bobrov ft. Carrie Steele;Too Much is Not Enough from DJ Chus's Balearica CD Stereo records
12.Paul Oakenfold;Angry Skies
13.Jamx;The Future www.myspace.com/jamx
Show from the Week of 1/14/2008
“The Invisible Line”
Paper and Glue Ltd / Defend Music
Release Date: March 25, 2008
Video clips: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89_pjbmbVp4
RIYL: Depeche Mode, Goldfrapp, New Order, Pet Shop Boys, Placebo
“Funktastic New Yoik punk sauciness from, um, London, this is music from the dark backroom of Studio 54 in 1982 where Prince, Cameo, Wham! and New Order are frotting each other into a lather over the very idea of Fischerspooner coming along in 20 years' time.” – NME
“The excellent Temposhark have been causing a stir with their gritty synth lyrics in electrotrashy nights across town. Ace newcomers.” - Time Out London
On March 25, UK electronic rock act Temposhark celebrates the North American release of its critically acclaimed debut album The Invisible Line. A massive hit on London’s Uber fashionable electro scene (Bjork, Placebo and Darren Hayes are notable fans), Temposhark creates a slick and sexy sound comprised of synthesised pop, underground electronica, angst rock and film score soundscapes. Add an unforgettable live show into the mix and you’re looking at an act that brings the complete package.
Comprised of art and fashion aficionado Robert Diament on vocals (previously worked for Banksy and other influential graffiti artists), Luke Busby on synths, Mark Ferguson on bass and Mathis Richet on drums, Temposhark have seduced the British alternative scene in both the seediest clubs (Nag Nag Nag / Electrogogo / Kashpoint /Computer Blue) and the rockiest live venues (Barfly / Marquee / Koko). They already have a strong US fan base thanks to support from KCRW, a successful USA debut at SXSW 2007 and a jam-packed club tour. In fact, 80% of sales coming from Temposhark’s previous singles, remixes and EPs came from North America.
The Invisible Line features twelve original Temposhark songs that more than live up to the early promise of the critically acclaimed EPs “Joy” and “It’s Better To Have Loved” (2006). “Joy” is a piece of dirty, synth-pop with pouty beats that seem to strut their way out of the stereo. The chorus is as catchy as they come and already has fans raucously singing along at every live show. “It’s Better To Have Loved” is a sublime, soul-searching number produced by the world renowned Guy Sigsworth. This beautifully crafted electronic ballad features deep dub basslines and soaring strings in the chorus, perfectly reflecting the bands more chilled out stylings where Diament’s vocals sound delicate and deeply emotive. Sandwiched in between these two tracks is one of Temposhark’s most popular songs, “Blame.” Co-written with legendary producer Youth, this track is the first single lifted from the album.
Two-time Grammy nominee Imogen Heap provides guest vocals on “Not That Big” and helps to take this epic record to another dimension with her operatic harmonies. Diament and Heap sing this ‘male vs. female’ duet to create the ultimate anti-love song, loaded with heavy bass guitars and rock angst. Elsewhere, “Knock Me Out” and “Crime” are full of sexy electro sleaze while “Little White Lie” is a darker, rockier number with razor sharp lyrics. Then there are beautifully crafted electronic ballads such as “Battleships” and the spellbinding melodies of “Invisible Ink” which offers the perfect come down.
The Invisible Line is released March 25, 2008 on Paper and Glue Ltd in partnership with Defend Music. .
“Sexy and passionate electronic music that charms and captivates. Star quality pours out of Temposhark.” MARK MOORE – S’EXPRESS + ELECTROGOGO
“Their knives are continuously being sharpened and this tune [“Joy”] is where good electro should be: in your face!” - Stefan Olsdal, Placebo
“Some of the sassiest electro pop around as keyboards, soaring vocals and funky basslines collide. London-based Temposhark consist of snappily dressed, high cheekboned-boasting boys who pout and strut and flirt outrageously with the shimmying hipsters down the front, their dirtied up Duran Duran-esque sound turning On The Rocks into a mini-Nag Nag Nag.” - THE FLY
“Pleasure pop that'll have you licking your lips.” - BLOWBACK
“Vintage synths throb with sexy and passionate modernist pop. Think virgin era Scritti Politti, Michael Jackson and Prince. It echoes both r'n'b and electro. Neat package and sound. Pick this up instantly. The reason Temposhark stand out is due their song writing, which is intelligent but at the same time great pop. Imagine if Depeche Mode had formed in 2003 rather than 1980 and you’ll get the picture.” - ROUGH TRADE.COM
1. “Don't Mess With Me”
4. “It's Better To Have Loved”
5. “Not That Big (featuring Imogen Heap)”
6. “Knock Me Out”
9. “Little White Lie”
10. “Invisible Ink (prelude)”
11. “Invisible Ink”
12. “Winter's Coming”