Pitchfork, Spin, Time and more!

10 Jul

Overhead artists Gucci Piggy and Youth Vote recently appearred on last week’s globally acclaimed Mabson Enterprises’ 42-song compilation, performing covers of Carley Rae Jepsen’s smash hit “Call Me Maybe,” alongside Dan Deacon and others!

The compilation has already been featured in TimeSpin, LA Times, Huffington Post, Stereogum, Pitchfork and more!

Both tracks were produced as individual side projects of Sarah and Daniel DeBlanke of  ROBOTANISTS, who are working on a new album now.

Call Me Maybe cover art

 Mabson’s last compilation starring Gotye’s “Somebody that I used to know” revealed 26 versions of the hit song to fans’ delight.

LA TIMES had this to say about it, “check out a recent compilation on which experimental beatmakers, punk bands and random renegades deconstruct it in wild and wonderful ways. In addition to providing evidence of the song’s cultural impact, the collection, compiled by L.A. musician and promoter Kyle Mabson after requesting versions via social media, serves as a kind of mind-eraser.”

More about the brain behind Mabson Enterprises… Kyle H. Mabson (born February 1, 1987) is an American DJ, bassist, guitarist, drummer, vocalist, noise artist, producer and concert promoter, currently the Drummer for XBXRX. Active since 2005, Mabson is best known as a DJ either under his alias “DJ Z Kyle ” or his given name. He is an ever present figure of L.A. associated with The Smell and Sean Carnage Monday Nights.

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