America’s top electronic act THE CRYSTAL METHOD will unveil their new video for “Come Back Clean” with an exclusive premiere on YAHOO! Friday, October 16. The song is the second single on their album DIVIDED BY NIGHT (Tiny E Records) and features Emily Haines of Metric on vocals.
The “Come Back Clean” video, directed by Alexandre Moors, will be cut to the Kaskade remix which is impacting dance radio now and will be part of an exclusive iTunes EP package set for release Tuesday, October 20. The 5-song EP without the video is now available through Beatport. Both versions will include the following tracks:
1. Kaskade Remix Edit
2. Kaskade Extended Remix
3. Kaskade Dub Remix
4. Kaskade Instrumental
5. Album Version
In other news, the winner of the “Come Back Clean” remix contest with Indaba Music—chosen from over 2,000 entrants—has been announced. The Grand Prize Winner Noah + The Man will receive a microKorg XL synthesizer and a tour of the duo's studio with the band. Noah + The Man's remix will be promoted in Filter's media section, land a spot in the PSSST digital sampler distributed by FILTER Magazine and is now featured as a streaming track on The Crystal Method's MySpace page. The runners-up are James Merrifield and The Magical Blue Orchestra.
Meanwhile, The Crystal Method was the featured guest on KCRW’s “MORNING BECOMES ECLECTIC” Wednesday, September 30. Their performance consisted of an assortment of classic tracks like “Busy Child” and “Keep Hope Alive,” “Now Is The Time” from the 2009 presidential campaign and songs from Divided By Night. The set wrapped with “Falling Hard” from the new album where they were joined by vocalist Meiko, drummer extraordinaire Samantha Maloney (Hole, Mötley Crüe, Peaches, Chelsea Girls) and keyboardist Dizzy Reed (Guns N’ Roses). View the performance of “Falling Hard” here: http://kcrwmusicnews.vox.com/library/post/crystal-method-on-mbe---live-debut-of-falling-hard.html?_c=feed-atom
Catch THE CRYSTAL METHOD live on Friday, October 30 at Live 105’s Subsonic Halloween Spookfest bash in San Francisco and for a DJ set Saturday, October 31 at Club Catalyst in Knoxville.