Pocket:: Hear In Noiseville with Steve Kilbey

Remixer and producer Pocket has just announced the next installment in his latest project — a full-length’s worth of singles featuring a lineup of both legacy musicians and newer artists, all of which will be released digitally and individually throughout 2009. The next single, “Hear In Noiseville” featuring Steve Kilbey (The Church) is set for a July 21st release, and will feature remixes by MetroB & Mazlope, Alien Skin and Peter Flowers. The single will also be accompanied with b-side “Break Your Heart Wildly” feat. Kimi Recor (Lilofee). The second single in Pocket’s series, “Sampo” featuring Yuki Chikudate (Asobi Seksu) is available now via his site, as is the series’ first single, “Surround Him With Love” featuring the legendary Robyn Hitchcock.

Release dates for future singles in Pocket’s series will be announced as the year progresses. The series showcases a fine and diverse collection of collaborators, including Danny Seim (Menomena), Craig Wedren (Shudder To Think), Slim Moon (Kill Rock Stars, Shot Clock Management, Slim Moon and What Army), Dave Smalley (Down By Law), Markese, Rick Moody (novelist), David Fischoff (Secretly Canadian), Ming (Ming + FS), Beatallica, Kendall (Mascott), Glenn Mercer (The Feelies), Mux (Ghostly), The Wrens and more.

Richard Jankovich (aka Pocket) is the main creative mind behind the NYC-based electro-pop band Burnside Project. As Pocket, Jankovich has done remixes for Beck, Radiohead, Kristin Hersh, Of Montreal, Elk City, Joanna Newsom, Mendoza Line, Dirty on Purpose, Eskobar and many others.

July: Hear In Noiseville
Pocket ftrg Steve Kilbey (The Church) “Hear In Noiseville” (Original)
Pocket ftrg Steve Kilbey (The Church) “Hear In Noiseville” (MetroB & Mazlope Remix)
Pocket ftrg Steve Kilbey (The Church) “Hear In Noiseville” (Alien Skin Remix)
Pocket ftrg Steve Kilbey (The Church) “Hear In Noiseville” (Peter Flowers Remix)
Pocket ftrg Kimi Recor (Lilofee) “Break Your Heart Wildly” (Original)


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