Brandt Brauer Frick – Plastic Like Your Mother

Germany’s Brandt Brauer Frick teamed up with Om’mas Keith for their first single from the new album Miami. Before it drops early next week, !K7 has unveiled the video for track which was directed by the trios own Daniel Brandt and Julian Schleef. It incorporates 28 dancers with head-mounted cameras, circling around the band stand (Daft Punk, anyone?) Pretty amazing!

Weekly Bits 25/2011

The Weekly Bits collect some of the most noteworthy news from our Twitter stream. Let’s see if you missed any of these.

With his self-titled debut album finally in stores, here’s a music video for SBTRKT‘s single featuring Yukimi Nagano

Another much anticipated album is Zomby‘s forthcoming Dedication. Two of its tracks are available now on a highly limited 7-inch and one of them is a free download.

Drexciya‘s DJ Stingray contributes to Electronic Explorations second Legends Guest Mix Series, playing a selection fast paced techno.

Another Detroit legend, Planet E founder Carl Craig, has been interviewed by We Love Music. The video also features comments by the likes of Derrick May, Paul Woolford and The Mole.

Spain’s 2011 Sónar festival came to an end, RBMA Radio has caught some of the live-sets including these from Teebs, Illum Sphere, Cosmin TRG or The Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble. BBC Radio 1 aired Scuba’s set on this week’s Essential Mix, and Benji B has even more.

I got two more mixtapes for you: DJ Andy Smith’s never released Document 4 and this Groove Merchants radioshow with a guestmix from Mount Kimbie.

Lastly, here’s the sad story of Andy Baio, who recently got sued by Kind of Blue cover photographer Jay Maisel for “using” his picture for his Kind of Bloop project.

Brandt Brauer Frick – Caffeine

Just got back from a short trip to the UK and found this video in my inbox. It comes from Germany’s acoustic techno trio Brandt Brauer Frick, whose album You Make Me Real was one of the big suprises in the last year.

The video is a co-production between Danae Diaz, who was responsible for the album’s cover art, and animator Patricia Luna.