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STS9 Announces Remix Album and Summer Dates

May 22, 2009
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ON JUNE 23, 2009 FEATURED ARTISTS INCLUDE PRETTY LIGHTS, THE GLITCH MOB, COUNT BASS D, RICHARD DEVINE, ESKMO, ALEX B., RONALD JENKEES AND MANY MORE 100% OF THE ALBUM'S PROCEEDS WILL GO TO
THE MAKE IT RIGHT FOUNDATION LOOK FOR STS9 ON THE ROAD THIS SUMMER, INCLUDING HEADLINING SHOWS AT COLORADO'S RED ROCKS AMPHITHEATRE AND AT ATLANTA'S VERIZON WIRELESS AMPHITHEATRE, AS WELL AS SOME BIG FESTIVAL STOPS STS9's boutique record label, 1320 Records, offers up STS9's Peaceblaster : The New Orleans Make It Right Remixes featuring 30 artists including Pretty Lights, The Glitch Mob, Count Bass D, Richard Devine, Eskmo, Alex B., Ronald Jenkees and many more. 100% of the album's proceeds will go to benefit the Make It Right Foundation. Peaceblaster : The New Orleans Make It Right Remixes features 30 of today's hottest djs, bands, and producers remixing original material from STS9's highly acclaimed recent studio release, PEACEBLASTER. The release will be available at www.1320records.com and at iTunes beginning June 23, 2009. The Peaceblaster : The New Orleans Make It Right Remixes track list is as follows: 1.    Hidden Hand, Hidden Fist (Lazer Sword Remix)
2.    Shock Doctrine (Eskmo Remix)
3.    Empires (Big Gigantic Remix)
4.    Beyond Right Now (The Glitch Mob Remix)
5.    Shock Doctrine (Welder Remix)
6.    STS9 vs Prefuse 73 (Megaloid MPC Vet Mixxx)
7.    First Rays of the New Soma Sunrise (Calmer Remix)
8.    Oh Little Brain (Bluetech 'Spaze Gaze Mix')
9.    Metameme (Alex B  'Concepts Remix')
10.  Peaceblaster '68 (Telepath Remix)
11.  The Spectacle (Ott Remix)
12.  ReGeneration (John Hughes Remix)
13.  The Spectacle (Richard Devine Remix)
14.  Empires (Nosaj Thing Remix)
15.  The Last 50,000 Years (Deru Remix)
16.  Beyond Right Now (Pretty Lights Remix)
17.  Hidden Hand, Hidden Fist (The Flying Skulls Feat. Abstract Rude   Remix)
18.  Peaceblaster (sub-ID 'Stay Blastin '88 Remix')
19.  Shock Doctrine (Eliot Lipp  Leo 123 'Dark Party Remix')
20.  Late for Work (Count Bass D Remix)
21.  The New Soma (Daedelus Remix)
22.  Peaceblaster '08 (Captain Crunk Remix)
23.  The New Soma (Bass Science Remix)
24.  Oh Little Brain (Metrognome 'On the Sea Remix')
25.  Hidden Hand, Hidden Fist (Da Ticklah Remix)
26.  Shock Doctrine (Dharmatronix Remix)
27.  Hidden Hand, Hidden Fist (Lowpro Lounge Feat. Lateef  Souleye '$700 Billion         Remix')
28.  Hidden Hand, Hidden Fist/Beyond Right Now (GFE 'Put it Back Together Remix')
29.  Beyond Right Now (Ronald Jenkees Remix)
30.  Late for Work (Pnuma Trio Remix) All of the artists featured on STS9's Peaceblaster : The New Orleans Make It Right Remixes, and even the majority of the behind-the-scenes business services required to put the album together, donated their contributions to the project. 100% of the album's proceeds will go to the Make It Right Foundation, who has been chosen by the band to be the sole beneficiary of all of STS9's 2009 charity programs. It is the band's goal - with the support of their fan community and the involvement of the Make It Right Foundation - to build a home in New Orleans, raising money via the Peaceblaster : The New Orleans Make It Right Remixes album proceeds, a $1 charity donation on every STS9 concert ticket sold during 2009, special STS9 charity raffles, and other initiatives throughout the year still to be announced. STS9 is on the road this summer for a short list of big plays.  In addition to some high profile festival stops - including Lollapalooza, ROTHBURY, Summerfest and Austin City Limits - STS9 will host some huge events in Colorado and Atlanta this summer. Both events promise STS9 and many special guests performing multiple shows at a variety of local area venues. The "Day Out of Time" celebration in Colorado, happening July 23-24-25, is a three day musical experience featuring twenty different musical acts in a half dozen Denver-area venues. Artists such as Pretty Lights, Pnuma Trio, Telepath, Daedelus, The Album Leaf, Nosaj Thing  Lipp Service featuring Eliot Lipp and members of Pnuma Trio, Flying Lotus, and others will join STS9 for shows at Denver's Fillmore Auditorium on Friday, July 24th and at the world famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Saturday, July 25th (The Day Out Of Time). The weekend launches on Thursday, July 23rd at a pre-weekend gathering at the Ogden Theatre with Bonobo (Live) and Big Gigantic, and after-parties to be announced throughout the weekend featuring international superstars and numerous 1320 Records artists. For additional details regarding the "Day Out of Time" celebration visit www.sts9.com . Then in August, STS9's highly anticipated return to Atlanta promises to be their only 2009 Atlanta appearance. On Saturday, August 22, Ghostland Observatory, Lotus, DubConscious and others still to be announced join STS9 for a day-long event at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre.  Catch the band and many special guests the night before for an exclusive fan club event at the intimate Tabernacle.  Fans can purchase discounted "packaged" tickets for both nights at www.sts9.com . The complete list of current STS9 tour dates is as follows:

June 3-5 Wakarusa Ozark AR
July 1 Summerfest Milwaukee WI
July 2-5 ROTHBURY Rothbury MI
July 10-12 All Good Festival Masontown WV  
July 16-18 Camp Bisco Mariaville NY
July 24 Fillmore Auditorium Denver CO      
July 25 Red Rocks Morrison CO "Day Out of Time" Celebration     
August 7-8 Lollapalooza Chicago IL
August 21 Tabernacle Atlanta, GA w/ special guests TBA     
August 22 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Atlanta GA  w/ Ghostland Observatory, Lotus and    DubConscious
September 4 The Bottom Line Nagoya Japan
September 5 Metamorphose Festival Izu Japan
September 6 Poka Stadium Kashiwa City Japan
September 25-27 Earthdance Festival Laytonville CA
October 2-5 Austin City Limits Music Festival Austin TX
January 2 Revolution Live Ft. Lauderdale, FL
January 3-8  Jam Cruise 2010 STS9's 1320 Record Label also releases Fire It Up, the debut release by electronic duo Big Gigantic on May 19, 2009. This 10-track gem, available for free download only at www.1320records.com, combines hard-hitting dance beats and booming bass lines with lush electronic landscapes and unforgettable melodies. Big Gigantic, hand picked for 1320 Records by members of STS9, is the latest project from Dominic Lalli (Motet saxophonist/producer) and drummer Jeremy Salken.  The two-man sound-machine of Lalli and Salken showcases an array of gripping compositions by combining elements of a DJ and live band setup while mixing thoughtful melodic ideas with pulsating dance tunes.  Big Gigantic flavors the electronic music scene with powerful sax solos and soulful synth lines on top of super hot beats.

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