Yolanda be cool
In a world of inflated egos and outrageous demands, Yolanda Be Cool, aka Bondi boys Andy and Matt, have kept their feet on the ground and let their music do the talking.
The unavoidable worldwide number one breakthrough track, "We No Speak Americano" sold over 5 million copies and amassed over 200 million youtube views. Their critically acclaimed album "Ladies and Mentalmen" released on DIM MAK in 2013 featured indigenous Australian icon Gurrumul, house royalty Crystal Waters and Barbara Tucker, soul legend Betty Wright and US up n coming rap star Nola Darling. They even co-own/A&R for the seminal Australian record label Sweat It Out, home to artists such as RÜFÜS, What So Not, Motez and many more.
2017 was another year of evolution for Breach, the House and Techno based alias of Ben Westbeech. It has seen the continued growth of his own label 'Naked Naked,' on which he has released an impressive selection of music from Midland, Dark Sky, Dusky, Lorca and Viers. There's new music forthcoming from J.Tijn and Maison Sky and of course from the man himself. The most recent offering being the two track collaboration ('Liberty' & 'Avocado') with Breach and his close friend Cinnaman which kicked off 2015.
House legend, Daft Punk collaborator, and Grammy winner Todd Edwards is known for his hypnotic collage of cut-up samples over swung beats and lively disco-flavored baselines.
Credited as one of the godfathers of UK garage, his four-to-the-floor beats have earned him a passionate following. In addition to his own legendary productions, Edwards has remixed Daft Punk, Phoenix, Justice, Matthew Dear, Hot Chip, Spank Rock, Boris, Appaloosa, Klaxons, Surkin, Robin S, Zoot Woman, St. Germain, and Dimitri From Paris.
Edwards is the only artist Daft Punk has collaborated with twice: he sang, co-wrote, and co-produced "Face to Face" from Daft's 2001 album 'Discovery' and "Fragments of Time" from Daft's 2013 album 'Random Access Memories,' for which he received a Grammy.
About Noise Complaint:
Gone is the party where the music and the people at the party mattered more than making money. As Electronic Dance Music has exploded in popularity over the last several years, so have crowds and ticket prices along with it. In the beginning, events were held in underground, often intimate venues. It was about the music, and it was about each other.
Noise Complaint is taking it back to its roots, bringing the people quality, dancefloor focused house and techno. We're bringing in huge talent - DJs and producers that are well known and respected but that we also personally vibe with. We're doing this at a small price, and in an intimate space. It's about the music for us, it's about the party and the vibe and the memories and friends you will make. Every Noise Complaint should be the best party you've been to since...the last Noise Complaint.
Part of Kremfest: Sept 21st - 24th
Kremwerk + Timbre Room Seattle
Yolanda be cool