French Dance Producer Tlove Announces New Track ‘Married To The Beat’ Ft Lilo

T Love started his career as a DJ in Paris playing funky music in the
club New Wave, where he honed his talent for producing infectious hooks.
He then moved on to the Belgium music scene fusing a strong
tradition of funk to EDM music.

The rest is history…

Tours and residencies at well-known clubs in Antwerp (Belgium), Ibiza (France), Miami (USA), Aruba (Dutch Carribean), Italy & Hungary and collaborations with
well-acclaimed DJ’s including Ron Carroll, Tom De Neef, Gee Moor Bora
bora Ibiza, Dj Roog Marko, Dava di Toma and Nikos Akrivos.

This new song Married to the Beat is a club-banger from the French dance producer Tlove ft Lilo, with a slick production and a feel-good vibe. ‘Married To The Beat’ was 
originally released earlier this year and took the world by storm and 
smashed the club charts, peaking at #8 in the Pop Commercial Music Week 
Charts and #3 on the Urban Charts.



T Love says:

“I used to listen to a lot of funky disco and afrobeat music 
and all the time I had in mind, a funky bass sound and an afro melody.  
So I decided to go to  the Studio and I dropped the bass and melody with 
a musician friend. Then, singer/ songwriter Lilo came to the studio, 
heard the demo, got in the vibe and started singing on it. Kaspy, a 
guitar player, came and delivered the riff and “Married to the Beat” was 
born.”

The Shakespeare Cut was released on the 30th of August.  Shakespeare is a DJ producer based in Barcelona.  Glagla records asked him if he was 
interested in doing a remix on Married to the Beat, and it was an YES !

The Shakespeare remix brings a deep house feeling to the track – making 
it more clubby was an easy task, as the two base elements (vocal and guitar) were very 
strong.

Social Media Links:

https://www.facebook.com/tlove.fr
https://www.instagram.com/tlove.aka/
www.tlove.be

Columbia Mills announce Debut EP, Dublin Headliner show + Free Download

Columbia Mills Announce: Single “Never Gonna Look at You The Same Again” as a free download!

Taken from the Debut EP “Factory settings”

Release date: Fri November 28th + Whelan’s show announced: Nov 29th – Adm €8

Download free track here:

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Emerging from Irelands’ coastal town of Bray and from the wreckage of an economic collapse, Columbia Mills are comprised of duo Ste Ward and Fiachra Treacy (guitars/ keys/ vocals). They create a hedonistic mix of musical textures, with lush reverb-saturated guitars and glorious beats that have inspired beautiful tragic sounds. The bands influences touch on the 80s synth sounds of New Order and The Cure and fuse them with the 90s indie guitar sounds of The Verve and Primal Scream on a bed of electronic and organic beats a la Massive Attack and LCD Sound System. However you also hear a fresh modern sound that aims to draw the listener into the unique headspace that is Columbia Mills.

While it is clear the band have worked hard on their sound it is important to note that underneath the production there are songs of real life, drawing their power from deep personal experience. Nothing is contrived. If you strip the songs down to the bones they will still get under your skin.

There is a harsh honesty and arrogance to the songs, this band have been through the mill and are not afraid to sing about it. Lyrically, subjects touch on urban decay, self-destruction, institutional abuse, family feuds and falling in love with the wrong people. Their music gets into your head, moves you, takes you someplace familiar yet new.

The band name itself, ‘Columbia Mills’, is a kind of name legacy, evolving from the legendary building based on Dublin’s Quays. In the early 90s the building became a mecca for the illegal rave scene bringing people together from all walks of life and all musical tastes. The diversity of music and social classes is something that has left a lasting impression on the city and indeed band, before its premature demise by an early morning police raid, which ended the cult location.

Listen up. You’re going to fall hard for this band.

Links:

https://www.facebook.com/columbiamillsinfo

https://twitter.com/COLUMBIAMILLS

https://soundcloud.com/columbia-mills

www.brassneckmusic.com