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Astronomar - Pay Attention (Main Course - MCR-003)

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    ARTIST: ASTRONOMAR
    TITLE: LIKE THIS / PAY ATTENTION
    FORMAT: DIGITAL
    CAT#: MCR-003
    RELEASE DATE: MAY 21, 2013

    Every. Body. Pay. Attention…When the drum beats go like this! Two massive tracks jump early out of the gate, heading towards festival season with reckless abandon. We ain’t even gotta write this, cuz your favourite DJs are already playing this. But we will. These sound like how that new dance you can’t do looks. We love how both these records will be at home in the most underground of clubs, while also keeping the bodies in the bigger rooms moving. Authoritative track titles aside, we simply ask you to give a listen, but demand you pay attention!
    Astronomar (Marlon Lumba), is a Los Angeles based producer, by way of seaRelease Date: May 21st, 2013
    Main Course Records (MCR.003)
    www.maincourse.me

    Official Video by Sage Caswell for SOSONET:
    http://youtu.be/y-q5PIa_5RU

    Beatport: http://bit.ly/MCR003Beatport
    iTunes: http://bit.ly/MCR003iTunes

    Every. Body. Pay. Attention...When the drum beats go like this! Two massive tracks jump early out of the gate, heading towards festival season with reckless abandon. We ain't even gotta write this, cuz your favourite DJs are already playing this. But we will. These sound like how that new dance you can't do looks. We love how both these records will be at home in the most underground of clubs, while also keeping the bodies in the bigger rooms moving. Authoritative track titles aside, we simply ask you to give a listen, but demand you pay attention!

    Astronomar (Marlon Lumba), is a Los Angeles based producer, by way of seattle. Undeniably one of the most exciting new producers in electronic music, his originals and remixes have been heavily supported by the likes of Diplo, A-trak, Skrillex, Boys noize, Laidback Luke, Congorock, and many other incredibly rad dudes. Labels like Mad Decent, Dim Mak, Southern Fried, Discobelle and Top Billin have all paid attention. Now, Astronomar joins Neoteric and Bot to bring you Main Course.

    Early support from: Clockwork, AC Slater, Autoerotique, Teki Latex, Botnek, Wax Motif

    Tracks:
    1) Like This
    2) Pay Attention

    Cover Artwork by Logan Sturrock

    Interested in submitting demos to Main Course? Use our Soundcloud dropbox, or check out www.maincourse.me/label

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    This release will be available for free download, and for purchase on Beatport, iTunes, and all other fine digital retailers. Support the artists, buy if you like it! Main Course offers all our releases as free downloads, via our website, and our partners websites. We believe in spreading the word about good music, and hope you do too!
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    Released by: Main Course
    Release/catalogue number: MCR003
    Release date: May 21, 2013

    Released by: MainCourse
    Release/catalogue number: CAT#: MCR-003

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