• U-LIT RELEASES LODECK & KAIN SLIM ON SINGLE

    Out 13 2009, 22h08 por u-lit

    On October 31 st, on Halloween, U-Lit will release the hip-hop single Heaven’s Gate by rappers LoDeck & Kain Slim. This exclusive collaboration between the rappers from New York and The Netherlands will be available on CD and on various internet websites, such as iTunes, Napster, Amazon and eMusic. The single features Iris Kelvisar on vocals, ManicM and Nelis Hoogers (Abe Diddy & The Krautboys)on guitar and is produced by Stone E. This will be the 18 th release by U-Lit Records.

    http://www.u-lit.com/heavensgate
  • MANICM FINISHES ALBUM

    Jan 22 2008, 19h37 por u-lit

    We are happy to inform you that ManicM has finished up the tracks of his upcoming album The Wrong Side Of The Fence, to be released mid February. For over four years he has been working on the follow up of his 2003 album SlowMotionAdversity, rearranging and reshaping the tracks, turning a polka into electro clash, bending heartfelt blues into gut-wrenching industrial. Stuff like that.

    Unlike its somewhat abstract and unconventional predecessor, tWSotF is an album on which ManicM explores his skills as a creator of actual songs, rather than a creator of moods. With lyrics dealing with alcoholism, television, isolation, social life and dreams of pop stars, tWSotF has become a socially engaged piece of work, without being all too serious about it all the time. Catchy tunes, often influenced by both the blues/folk and the darker electronic genres, have made for a pretty versatile album, featuring collaborations with Monsieur Plastique, Maarten Appel (A Day's Work), Nelis Hoogers (Abe Diddy & The Krautboys)…
  • MANICM FINISHES ALBUM

    Jan 22 2008, 19h37 por u-lit

    We are happy to inform you that ManicM has finished up the tracks of his upcoming album The Wrong Side Of The Fence, to be released mid February. For over four years he has been working on the follow up of his 2003 album SlowMotionAdversity, rearranging and reshaping the tracks, turning a polka into electro clash, bending heartfelt blues into gut-wrenching industrial. Stuff like that.

    Unlike its somewhat abstract and unconventional predecessor, tWSotF is an album on which ManicM explores his skills as a creator of actual songs, rather than a creator of moods. With lyrics dealing with alcoholism, television, isolation, social life and dreams of pop stars, tWSotF has become a socially engaged piece of work, without being all too serious about it all the time. Catchy tunes, often influenced by both the blues/folk and the darker electronic genres, have made for a pretty versatile album, featuring collaborations with Monsieur Plastique, Maarten Appel (A Day's Work)…
  • MANICM FINISHES ALBUM

    Jan 22 2008, 19h37 por u-lit

    We are happy to inform you that ManicM has finished up the tracks of his upcoming album The Wrong Side Of The Fence, to be released mid February. For over four years he has been working on the follow up of his 2003 album SlowMotionAdversity, rearranging and reshaping the tracks, turning a polka into electro clash, bending heartfelt blues into gut-wrenching industrial. Stuff like that.

    Unlike its somewhat abstract and unconventional predecessor, tWSotF is an album on which ManicM explores his skills as a creator of actual songs, rather than a creator of moods. With lyrics dealing with alcoholism, television, isolation, social life and dreams of pop stars, tWSotF has become a socially engaged piece of work, without being all too serious about it all the time. Catchy tunes, often influenced by both the blues/folk and the darker electronic genres, have made for a pretty versatile album, featuring collaborations with Monsieur Plastique, Maarten Appel (A Day's Work)…
  • MANICM FINISHES ALBUM

    Jan 22 2008, 19h37 por u-lit

    We are happy to inform you that ManicM has finished up the tracks of his upcoming album The Wrong Side Of The Fence, to be released mid February. For over four years he has been working on the follow up of his 2003 album SlowMotionAdversity, rearranging and reshaping the tracks, turning a polka into electro clash, bending heartfelt blues into gut-wrenching industrial. Stuff like that.

    Unlike its somewhat abstract and unconventional predecessor, tWSotF is an album on which ManicM explores his skills as a creator of actual songs, rather than a creator of moods. With lyrics dealing with alcoholism, television, isolation, social life and dreams of pop stars, tWSotF has become a socially engaged piece of work, without being all too serious about it all the time. Catchy tunes, often influenced by both the blues/folk and the darker electronic genres, have made for a pretty versatile album, featuring collaborations with Monsieur Plastique, Maarten Appel (A Day's Work)…