Blast Off! feat Lady Bunny OUT NOW!

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The third single off of the album Voyeur is “Blast Off!”.
Featuring the legendary New York City drag queen Lady Bunny , this Hi-NRG, disco monster sounds like Sylvester and Patrick Cowley hanging with New Order in outer space!
Vanilla Ace takes it to peak time g-house territory while Eli Escobar dubs out some serious deep garage heat. Endless Summer, a new collaboration between Sleazy McQueen and Obas, go dark and hypnotic with their Arp driven, basement focused version. KLM also dips into garage terrain but with some heavy duty bass rolls and pitched down vocals. Manotti da Vinci maxes it out in his heavy electro house take.

Voyeur…OUT NOW!

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Its finally here! I’m so happy to finally share with you all my new album VOYEUR!
Its my 6th album but the first on my own label Insect Queen Music.
I hope you enjoy as much as I did putting it together.
I want to thank all the amazing collaborators on it like Lady Bunny, Puddles Pity Party, Mocean Worker, Qdup, The Lovers Key, Federico Aubele, Rob from Wxgr Portsmouth, Brian Hill on the amazing design, Tom Coveney of Psychemagik on the excellent mastering job, Aaron at Bastard Jazz on the pressing, Distiller Promo, Terrorbird Media and of course my loved ones Marissa and Zenda who had to put up with hearing demos upon demos to finally get to this place!
Its distributed via Redeye Worldwide on Digital, CD and Double Vinyl with exclusive track (and download card).



KEXP’s Music That Matters podcast feat Ursula 1000!

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Music That Matters, Vol. 483 – Right Now I’m in the Shower

DJ El Toro presents nineteen of his favorite new tracks (including a couple of recently unearthed archival gems) for singing, dancing, shredding, and sulking. Lather, rinse, repeat.
The mix ends with the brand new Ursula 1000 track “The Shadow Of Your Smile” off his new album Voyeur!
This lush version of the 60’s classic features the velvet baritone voice of Puddles Pity Party, a 6ft 8in towering inferno of sad clown crooner who absolutely owns this take on the epic torch song.