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!! OMG, P2R: Planningtorock’s “Human Drama” Video !!

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Planningtorock debuted their plink-plonky new queer disco release over on DAZED today, and the video gives us insight into what Sonny Bono might have looked like if he’d been into discussing gender politics and sexual identity while on a beautiful acid trip.
Check out the new video above! Keep an eye out for the forthcoming album from P2R, All Love’s Legal, and pre-order Human Drama HERE!


!! OMG, everybody nose: Planningtorock’s “Welcome” Album Teaser & Tracklisting !!

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Berlin’s Planningtorock have released a video teaser for the first track off their upcoming album All Love’s Legal (due out February 2014).
P2R‘s Janine Rostron spoke with Resident Advisor recently, and told them that the new album is based around themes of gender politics, equality and identity. Check out their new teaser clip HERE and find the album’s tracklisting after the jump!

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!! OMG, fix yo lipstick: The Knife’s ‘Let’s Talk About Gender Baby, Let’s Talk About You And Me (Planningtorock Rework)’ Video !!

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Ever wonder what it would sound like if queer theorist and Salt N Pepa fan Judith Butler took a trip to Club Med, and was handed a vintage Casio and a mic during group activities?
Well, put your hands up, and check out the new video for The Knife‘s ‘Let’s Talk About Gender Baby, Let’s Talk About You And Me (Planningtorock Rework)’ after the jump!

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!! OMG, it was all a dream: Jackson and His Computerband’s “Dead Living Things” Video !!

Jackson And His Computerband have just released the video for “Dead Living Things” off his album Glow. The track features additional vocals by Planningtorock and the video’s director, Alexandre Courtès (who has previously worked with artists like Daft Punk, Phoenix and The White Stripes) says:

This project is a direct reference to the works of Fellini and David Lynch. It is a juxtaposition of life scenes and actions that have nothing to do with each other in particular, that however create a fantastic dynamic and resolutely surreal experience.

Have a look at the video above, and Glow is available to purchase via itunes and other digital retailers on Warp Records!

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