We’ve been getting a load of requests asking what The Young Punx track “Sugar Daddy” is as played by the Plump DJs on a lot of their mixes lately. The answer is… it’s not actually called Sugar Daddy – it’s SugarCandySuperNova.
The lovechild of sleazy East London disco and jpop-esque female vocals, Laura Kidd’s perky performance adds vocal bounce to the track’s twisted disco vibe. Perfect for late-night, back-alley antics ‘SugarCandySuperNova’ is the Punx latest offering to be lifted from current album ‘Mashpop & Punkstep’.
Simply beautiful video and audio mashup by Phil Retrospector taken from the awesome MASHED POPPED PUNKED mashup album. 3 songs, 2 movies, creating something new and moving.
Four of the biggest club mixes form The Young Punx’s album Mashpop and Punkstep on tasty vinyl, just like the good old days.
Something surreal and suspiciously sexy is going on in deep space as the Sugar Candy Robots climb aboard the space probe SuperNova to embark on their innuendo laden mission. More insanity from the mind of Dutch cult illustrator Han Hoogerbrugge in the video for The Young Punx electro disco j-pop featuring Laura Kidd on vocals.
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A look behind the scenes at the making of The Young Punx new album Mashpop and Punkstep.
The Young Punx return for their second studio album, a startling and inventive exploration of the deliberate destruction of genre boundaries in electronic music. Probably the first album in history to have toyed with drum and bass, heavy metal, electropop and cuban timba within the first 5 minutes (!) “Mashpop and Punkstep” is a vibrant manifesto for the next generation of mashup music.
‘Ready For The Fight’ feat. Count Bass D, a triumphant collaboration, the track blends the group’s London electronica with the vocal talents of Memphis-based, indie hip-hop don Count Bass D. Mixes from Gramophonedzie, Black Noise, Phonat, Wez Clarke and more…
The Young Punx rehearse the track “Like Dat” from their album Mashpop and Punkstep in January 2010. All instruments performed live. Count Bass D’s vocals added after as he was in a different country that day. Guthrie Govan on guitar. Filming and editing by James Cumpsty.
The Young Punx are delighted to announce the availability of The Young Punx branded skis from esteemed Austrian Ski manufacturer Kneissl. Featuring custom artwork specially designed by cult Dutch illustrator Han Hoogerbrugge these unique limited edition skis are sure to set you apart on the slopes.
Studio footage from January 2010 rehearsal of The Young Punx Ready For The Fight. All instruments recorded live in the room. Count Bass D’s vocals added after for context.
On Saturday 23rd January, the world’s leading music industry conference, MIDEM, was kicked off by a panel discussion with Hal Ritson of The Young Punx and Amanda Palmer of the Dresden Dolls discussing the artist’s perspective on new models for the promotion of music in the digital economy. Other speakers following included Pharrell, Ed O’Brian of Radiohead and Fallout Boy.
Amusing survey of Young Punx fans on Facebook,
Watch Han Hoogerbrugge’s video for The Young Punx and Count Bass D’s epic collaboration.
The first young punx kneissl skkis have arrived at young punx HQ!
Look behind the scenes at the making of the video for “Ready For The Fight (Feat. Count Bass D.)” including exclusive interview footage with cult Dutch animator and illustrator Han Hoogerbrugge about his vision and techniques.
Hal Ritson of The Young Punx is interview by leading synth manufacturer Roland about his work with Dizzee Rascal, The Young Punx and his use of Roland equipment.
On Wednesday 21st October 2009, at the BBC Electric Proms, Dizzee Rascal performed his first ever full length concert backed by a live band to widespread critical acclaim. That live band was made up from members of The Young Punx collective, plus Vula Malinga from Basement Jaxx, a 16 piece string section from The Heritage Orchestra and choristers from Kings’ College Cambridge, all under the musical direction of The Young Punx’s Hal Ritson.