Monday, January 24, 2011

New Music From Fort Lowell Records

Posted By on Mon, Jan 24, 2011 at 1:50 PM

After a successful first year as a indie record label (and largely the definition of success as far as music companies go is to still exist), Tucson's Fort Lowell Records is rolling out their first release of 2011, from Los Angeles electro-pop act Death Kit. Although the official release date isn't until February 22nd, Fort Lowell boss James Tritten gave us the a-side of the single to share.

Death Kit - "Devadasi" by TucsonWeekly

Additional Tucson connection: the b-side of the single is a remix of Death Kit's "I Can Make You Love Me" by fellow Fort Lowell Records act ...music video?. A YouTube clip of the original is below the cut.

Death Kit, "I Can Make You Love Me":

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