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 9/8/2008
Featured Artist;The Model with their Physical CD Playloop Records
The Model;What Does It Look Like I'm Doing
The Model;I Won't Be Hanging Out Anymore
The Model;Do You Believe in Angels
Ferry Corsten ft. Brigit;show Your Style from his Right of Way CD
Groove Armada;Feel the Same
Loverush UK ft. Molly Bancroft;Fountain Loverush UK
Madonna and Justin Timberlake;4 Minutes
Armin Van Buuren and DJ Shah ft. Chris Jones;Going Wrong
Nadia Ali;In the End
Chemical Brothers;Get Yourself High
Mike Hiratzka and Dfuse;Overkill Lost Angeles Records
Omid 16b;Brain Candy from Balance 013 SOS EQ Recordings
Danny Tenaglia;Space Dance
John Kano ft. Sarah Matteo;I'm Done With the Pain(Radioedit) Strictly Rhythm
Kinky Roland;Cafe Del Mar
Rihanna;Don't Stop the Music Island Records
Sultan and Ned Shepherd;Eye Spy(Matt DeKay Mix)
Paul Van Dyk;We're Alive Vandit Records
Jody Watley;Looking for a New Love(Chus and Cebellos Stereo Mix) fom Balearica by dj chus
Nick Terranova and Ausin Leeds ft. Steve Bertrand;Come Alive from Dirty Nitelife Vegas Nervous Records
Damien S. ft. Femke;Summer Feeling(Original Radioedit Loverush UK
Sleepthief ft. Kirsty Hawkshaw;Chauffeur Neurodisc Records
Sapphirecut ft. dPen;Losing Hope(Brusca Unplugged Mix) PyCairorecords
Sapphirecut;Action Reaction(Physical Mix) Capitol Records
Nadia Ali ;Crash and Burn(Original Mix) Smile in Bed Records
Pole Folder and Shelley Harland :Chemical Love(Phillip Michael Anderson Mix)
Southwest Beats with Claudia Patrice; Trippin Strictly Rhythm
Show from the Week of 9/8/2008
Philadelphia, PA - When you check out The Model’s track “What Does It Look Like I'm Doing?" (available for free download by clicking here) you’ll wonder “just where in the hell did this awesome band come from and why haven’t I heard of them sooner?!” It’s not an overstatement or overconfidence to say this band’s debut CD Physical could be the electronic rock record of the year. There are at least FIVE bonafide-hit singles on this CD, and of course, the band has the nerve to call itself The Model in the first place. It all makes sense and sounds fabulous at home, in the car or on a strobe lit runway.
“What Does It Look Like I'm Doing?" and “Wrong Number” features all the glitz and glitter great synthpop is all about. A sparkling synth line matches up with a pulsating beat and flowing lyrics that’s just magic for the ears. “I Won't Be Hanging Out Anymore” brings some Philly philth into the mix for a dirtier electro sound. “Do You Believe In Angels” is reminiscent of Fischerspooner sans the robots and cheeky shtick, while “N/A” needs no explanation – it’s all about the power of Markie as a frontman. “Immigrant” sounds like it could have easily come from Trent Reznor’s Pretty Hate Machine or Broken. These are only half the tracks on Physcial – ‘nuff said.
The Model was started by frontman/lyricist Markie and keyboardists Ziggy, Jason and Johnny as a semi-annual philosophic-pop-costume-party in Philadelphia, and today, it’s pretty much retained some of the pop and dance-ness and ridiculous-ness. The Model inspired by geometry and Russian literature, by Katherine Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart, in old black and white photos. It’s as much man as it is machine.
The Model’s debut CD Physical is released November 18, 2008 on Playloop Records