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Remix This
Release Date: 13/03/2009
Catalogue No.: LASMACHINAS002
Record Label: Las Machinas
Format: CD

Indie label Las Machinas presents ‘Remix This’ - a collaboration between indie electronic pop act KOSHOWKO and a spoken word artist – RUPERT OWEN. ‘Remix This’ has been recently released as a 2 track single and is available online as a digital download and on CD. ‘Remix this’ is a song that turns the tables on nightclubbing with a yearning to be mashed, mixed and moved to. Harking back to the verse with music that frees the slaves to the rhythm to have their wicked way with the lyric. Alternatively it’s about a poem that makes good on the popular charts being remixed by deejays.
Stay tuned for the upcoming video clip to this song, which is currently in production. The ‘making of’ videos from the set are currently available on YouTube. KOSHOWKO is the musical brainchild of Polish born Martin K, philosopher turned music producer. Martin K has spent last couple of years working in close collaboration with various electronic and dance artists. These
have included production and remixes for Disco Stu, B(if)tek, Winduptoys, Tiatto and Valley Forge. KOSHOWKO have performed live at various venues in Victoria as well as at festivals including; Fringe, Renaissance, Opoeia, Electundra and St Kilda Festival. In December 2007 the act returned from a mini-tour of Germany promoting their EP ‘Anarchy Monarchy’ described by Melbourne’s Beat Magazine as, “…Clever, catchy, dangerously original, well produced…Do not risk not knowing about this stuff.”
Recently one of Koshowko’s songs - 'The Story', has made it to the finals of The International Songwriting Competition. Now it's one of 14 songs in the Dance/Electronica category chosen out of over 15,500 entrants. RUPERT OWEN is spoken wordist and filmmaker. His film “The Film that John Lennon couldn’t make” has screened twenty festivals worldwide. Spoken word wise Rupert’s single “KFC is a Muthafucka” has played across the world and a video to his song “I don’t want to go to Nashville” has appeared on Unlikely Stories in
Texas and was screened at Exploding Cinema in London among many radio appearances.



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Remix This

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