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"team9 at Stereogum"

Annual Mysplice compilations and other work found at :-
http://stereogum.com/tag/team9 - Stereogum


"Rolling Stone remix review"

team9 take a grim ballad and turn it into a Grandmaster Flash song -
http://www.rollingstone.com/rockdaily/index.php/2008/02/15/single-minded-arcade-fire-nas-the-clash-feist-and-pearl-jam/ - Rolling Stone


"Triple J Next Crop"

Selected as part of JJJ next crop for 2008 - see feature at http://www.abc.net.au/triplej/events/ausmusicmonth_07/next_crop/team9.htm - Triple J (ABC Australia)


Discography

Gas and Air album - 2001
My Tape Machine album - 2002
As we travel single - 2007
We dont disco album - 2009

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team9 is the work of Australian producer, Neil Mason.

Best known for their remix based website, team9 have created a number of high profile mix sets for XFM and Radio 1 in the UK, Live 105 and Indie 103 in the US and Qui FM in France. One set being called the ‘most joyously, entertaining set in years’ by XFM DJ Eddy Temple-Morris and another voted in the top 3 XFM sets of 2006. Their music has been featured in magazines such as NME, Blender, GQ and Spin and across blogs such as Pitchfork, Perez Hilton and Stereogum. Additionally team9 collaborate annually with the Stereogum blog to create a retrospective mix album of the previous year

In 2005 team9 were threatened with legal action by Warner Records for their part in the Greenday bootleg album ‘American Edit’, which spurned a protest day and international coverage from CNN, BBC, NME and Rolling Stone. They have recently remixed bands such as The Junior Boys, Of Montreal, Peter, Bjorn and John, Lykke Li and Kissaway Trail and collaborated with US comedian David Cross for a cover version of ‘Fitter Happier’. The latter of which featured on a Radiohead tribute album on the Stereogum website.

In late 2007 team9 were included in Triple J radio’s Next Crop of up and coming Australian artists for 2008. The featured track ‘As we travel’ was played on Bondi Beach Rescue and included on the Beach Suite compilation CD.

‘We don’t disco’ is the first album of original team9 tracks since 2002 and is influenced by early Eighties electronica and artists such as Freeform Five, Vangelis, Gorillaz, Freelance Hellraiser.. Key tracks include ‘5 Times’ and ‘Lines’ featuring Perth electro artist Tomas Ford, ‘Ultra Violent’ and ‘As we travel’ which have received airplay on Nova and Triple J respectively and ‘We don’t disco like we used to’, which is a tongue in cheek 80’s dancefloor moment influenced by Tiga.

The album has been released under a creative commons licence and is available to download for free from the team9 website – http://www.team9.net