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Dead Rose Music Company mixing things up for Delusions of Grandeur

We've professed our love for the ludicrously talented Dead Rose Music Company many a times on these pages, and predicted great things for the UK based production outfit. Oddly enough, their debut record on the ace E.A.R. imprint flew under the radar a little, but was easily one of my favorite releases of 2010. The seminal 'Just a Bitter Love' on Wolf Music deservedly propelled DRMC into instant stardom though, and the track has been topping Juno's sales charts for weeks now. Our mysterious friends start things off in style in the new year with a killer mix for the esteemed Delusions of Grandeur podcast series. Not only is it a rather splendid blend of contemporary disco, it features no less than two forthcoming tracks from our little record label. The mix starts off with Francis Inferno Orchestra's delicious Lovers, the B track on FIO's The Night He Came Home EP which will be out early February. Dead Rose's own 'Kissing in the Dark', which we snapped up for release in the summer of 2011 also rears its lovely head in the mix. We're most excited about working with DRMC this year, more info on those projects to follow soon.

Check out the DOG mix here

Delusion of Grandeur's head honcho Norm de Plume (make sure to check out his mint debut release on Plumage, it's awesome) knows a thing or two about throwing a party, and invited our mysterious Dead Rose friends to come over to The CAMP on the 21st of January and throw down some filthy disco in London.

Check the RA page for more info on the event.

And to finish up our first post of the new year in style, we advise you to head over to the Dead Rose Soundcloud page for a free download of some seriously glitchy, over the top 80s synthesizer disco, sterling stuff (limited download too, so act quickly, dear people of the internet).

Dead Rose on Soundcloud


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