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Not a single day goes by that I don’t ask myself this question; when will human beings get tired of this silly game we play? “People are people” as the classic Depeche Mode song goes, no matter what race, sex, whatever the f*ck you are. Yet still, “we get along so awfully“. Welcome to the
URB.com featured our latest music video today! Watch the video here> From their latest release LOST ART (The Pherixx Remixes) via Unemployable Music, Dream Circle has released a remix video for “Dark Star (Pherixx Remix).” In their reinterpretation, a girl is wandering in a forest, enjoying psychedelic connection with the surrounding redwood trees. – Jason
It’s a good excuse to do a show when you have some new remixes and a new remix music video coming out. Join the band at Leftfield on Ludlow Thursday November 20th for a live performance @ 8pm. Dream Circle performs before the Vermont Hip-hop/soul/funk crew, The Lynguistic Civilians which is appropriate because a few of
Personally I dig MP3 CDs because you can put a lot of music on one CD, seems less wasteful. So we’ve now got high quality MP3 CDs available of the Dream Circle Lost Art LP + So Many Things (The Remixes), that’s 21 amazing tracks! Get your copy via bandcamp> This very special MP3 CD
“Manifesting their thoughts into creation, Dream Circle has built their own indie imprint, Unemployable Music, as a platform for their sounds. They’ve released a debut album, Lost Art, and along the way announced a remix contest for their standout cut “So Many Things.” They are gearing up to release an eight-track EP of remixes for “So Many
Featured on BEATPORT this week is the latest Unemployable Music release: Dream Circle – (So Many Things) The Remixes. The release was PREMIERED on URB.com – check out the review by Jason Chang. Also temporarily available is a free download of the DJ friendly extended house mix by OP! (I Love Vinyl/Dubspot). ENJOY!
Join us for an intimate film + dance party to celebrate the release of So Many Things (The Remixes) via Unemployable Music featuring OP! & six other remixers. This event also is in support the crowd funding campaign for the feature film “Time is Art” by Things Are Changing Productions with DJs: PJOE (Avant Muse), DJ