I have a number of projects that i am currently working on at the moment and one of the most fun is The Freakazoids!
This is a project born purely out of passion and love for the music, old school Electro Funk! For over two years we have been working on this album and now we are ready to show it to the world.
We have just launched our campaign to create our album ‘In Freakz We Trust’ on amazing Limited Edition Vinyl and CD. We need your help people! There are some unbelievable rewards for your help including Limited Edition T Shirts designed by the legendary Mitchy Bwoy, Stickers, Downloads of the album and of course the Vinyl and Cd packs.
Please check it out here – www.fundanything.com/thefreakazoids
I can’t wait to spin alongside DJ Dan again on Friday 16th May for Opulent Temple!
This is 100% Burning Man vibes for real. If you’re in San Francisco don’t miss out on this!
I’ll be heading up the this amazing line up of DJs and artists at Lot613, LA tonight!
Get you White on…
I’m only a day back from this years Moogfest in Asheville and already have my new Moog Werkstatt synth talking to my TB-303 with CV and Gate.
This is just after i got it working for the first time…
Expect big things in the near future from this little baby….
The voting for this years Breakspoll has started and we need you to vote for Lilly in the Sky in the Best Track Category! We need all the help we can get to make Lilly in the Sky this years winner so if you have grabbed the track and use it in you DJ sets or just love playing it loud then we need your vote!!!
If you need a reminder of why this track should win then click here –
You don’t have to vote in all the categories if you don’t want to but i’m sure you will if your a breaks fan!
As a Thank You for your ongoing support, here is a link to a new Re Rub that i just made for my Miami WMC sets. It’s a biggy ;0)
There’s a new wave of Breaks coming through right now and this is a small selection of killer tracks that I’m feeling. Look out for a preview of some new Lee Coombs and Kostas G tracks plus a special new remix from The Freakazoids…
Please don’t forget to join my email list where I give out all my free downloads and mixes first.
1. Beta – Drop – Succession
2. Lee Coombs and Kostas G – Cycles – Thrust Recordings Promo
3. Lee Coombs vs Kosheen vs Kariya – Re Rub
4. Plump DJs – Hump Rock MK edit – Grand Hotel
5. Lee Coombs – Lilly in the Sky – Lot49
6. Ways and Means – Clamp – Dusted
7. Left Right – Everybody – Beta Remix – Digital Pizza
8. Plump DJs – Skylon – Grand Hotel
9. Metha – Monster – Lee Coombs and Kostas G Remix – VIM Promo
10. Lee Coombs – Thrust 1 – Ways and Means Remix – Thrust Recordings
11. Lee Coombs and Meat Katie – Thinking of You – Lot49
12. Meat Katie and Dylan Rhymes – If I can’t have you – Lot49
13. Newcleus – Technology – The Freakazoids Remix
I just want to send out a HUGE thanks to everyone that has supported my latest single ‘Lilly in the Sky’. We released it just before Christmas and it has held its position in the Top 10 of the Beatport Breaks Chart ever since. It peaked at No 2 and stayed there for a few weeks amongst tough competition.
I am currently writing a follow up single and will be previewing that very soon. Stay tuned!
Big Love to all
My growing arsenal of noise weapons 🙂
Moog Voyager + Modular Moogerfoogers
Roland Juno 106 (Red Meanie)
Dave Smith Prophet 08
Roland JX-3P with PG-200 Controller
Access Virus KB
Novation SL-25 MKII
I am very excited to have worked with Warren Trezevant again to create a new film promoting the Grants to Artists program by Black Rock Arts Foundation. I previously worked with Warren on Peter Hudsons Charon Animation film (http://youtu.be/b3vK5djckAU) and jumped at the chance to make another film with him.
Lee Coombs music featured in the new Lancôme Hypnôse Show!
Lancôme asked Lee Coombs to contribute music to their new Hypnôse promo video.
Check it out here –
I have been asked to take over for Aston Harvey of the Freestylers for the Bring on the Beats tour this weekend. Aston sadly can’t make it over to the USA at the moment so i have jumped on board at very short notice! We start in Columbus, then go to New Orleans, then Oklahoma and then Austin, Texas for the SXSW festival. Boom!
FRIDAY 8 March – Bring on the Beats, Skullys, Columbus, United States
SATURDAY 9 March – Bring on the Beats, Ampersand, New Orleans, United States
SUNDAY 10 March – Bring on the Beats, Frequency, Oklahoma, United States
TUESDAY 12 March – SXSW Bring on the Beats, Kingdom, Austin, United States
Full gig listings on the Tour Dates Page.
I am currently expanding my work and seeking new clients. I am most interested in producing original music for your commercial or artistic videos, movies, commercials etc. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch on the Contact page. I look forward to creating music or designing sound to fit your needs exactly. Thanks Lee
You can view my recent work right here – https://leecoombs.net/film-and-tv-music/
I am very excited to let you all know about my new monthly residency in San Francisco.
Hope to see you all there.
Project One Press release –
Project One Gallery, a lounge and art gallery in San Francisco, is pleased to announce an exciting musical collaboration with internationally acclaimed DJ Lee Coombs. P1 and Coombs are launching a new monthly event: “Familia,” featuring Coombs as P1’s new resident DJ along with rotating special guest DJs.
“I’m very excited about selecting music to play for Familia,” said Coombs, who is looking forward to using this opportunity to build “more eclectic sets,” which will include “all the newest tech funk, acid house, breaks, and electro, mixed with the coldest of classics.”
Coombs will be joined by special guest Überzone for the first “Familia” on May 19th. Überzone, also known as Q, also known as Timothy Wiles, is a California native known for his supremely danceable and unique electro beats. Wiles exploded onto the scene in the late 1990s, when he produced a number of hit singles, including “Botz,” “The Freaks,” and “2Kool4Skool” for City of Angels. Most recently, he mixed VCMG’s Ssss, a collaboration between Vince Clarke and Martin L. Gore of Depeche Mode, and remixed Erasure’s “A Whole Lotta Love Gone Riot” for their “Fill Us With Fire” single.
British-born Lee Coombs has been DJing since 1989, when he got his start at acid house parties in London and Cambridge. He went on to run several of his own labels and collaborate with some of the most respected artists and producers in his field, combining breaks, house, electro, techno, and acid to create groundbreaking mixes in his own signature style. Coombs is a talented and innovative fan-favorite around the world, whether he’s releasing music through his own Thrust Recordings or as part of the Lot49 team, or mesmerizing massive audiences filling dance floors from Australia to Burning Man.
Coombs is thrilled to begin making regular appearances at P1, calling the gallery/lounge “the perfect place for my new monthly residency.” Coombs elaborated, saying, “The venue is perfect, the sound system is on point, and the layout of the room keeps the vibe intimate but still feeling like we have space. I had been looking in SF for somewhere to do this for a while, and was blown away by how comfortably we tore the roof off the place last time I played. Congratulations to Steve and Brooke on building such a great venue! I really feel like we are about to build something very special at Project One. I can’t wait to see you all there!”
P1 is a 3200 square foot converted warehouse located in the design district of San Francisco, featuring a state of the art sound system and full bar. P1 hosts both up-and-coming and globally recognized DJs as well as showcasing the work of local and international contemporary artists in their gallery space.
Event page for the first show on May 19th – https://www.facebook.com/events/404776036214342/
I just did this rather revealing interview for my friends at the quality Life Support Machine website.
Check it out!! 🙂
I had the most wonderful surprise last night. When i got in dance music many moons ago i think the first really big record that gripped me was Orbital – Chime. Nothing sounded like it at the time and it was one of the most awesome and exciting records to ever be released i think. Years later i would make a great friend called Phil Hartnoll (one half of Orbital) and last night he sent me their new album with a message saying i am the first person he has sent it to. Now when i first heard Chime i never even thought i would ever get to meet anyone like Orbital or Phil. You see dreams do come true. Follow your heart and you will find them. Big love to Phil and Thank You x
BTW the new album is classic Orbital, go buy it!