Cope™ Remixed - CD now available!
'COPE™ REMIXED' contains 24 remixes and covers by a selection of Adam's favourite artists and inspirations and some of the world's current best producers.
Spanning a kaleidoscope of sounds through techno, disco, Electro, deep house, dub step, drum n bass, crunk, breakbeats and post punk; it's time to get your second dose of unreality today by taking the full double dose of COPE™ Remixed aurally.
Here is a free mix by Adam Freeland of tracks from the album! To hear and buy the album in full and grab a remix by High Rankin, head to Freeland.FM!
Freeland KRCW Session
Fresh from the fun of a European Festival summer supporting the album COPE™,
Freeland played a live session on Los Angeles radio station KCRW station on
the MORNING BECOMES ECLECTIC show.
You can hear the session and interview again below or download via the Podcast:
Freeland Morning Sun Video
Check the video for Morning Sun at the Freeland Vimeo channel. It was filmed live at their performance on the Arcadia stage at Glastonbury festival, surrounded by fire!
We are now selling Freeland 'Cope' T-Shirts printed on high quality American Apparel Tees. There are two designs on white for boys and one on heather grey for girls!
Order new Freeland album Cope™ NOW!The second album is out now and you can buy direct from Freeland.fm in a variety of formats. Every package includes the Premium DRM-free 320kbps MP3 or Apple Lossless or FLAC (highest quality audio download available).
What's Cope™ all about?
You can hear the entire new album streaming at Freeland.FM. Tommy Lee of Motley Crue played drums, Alex Metric co-produced it, Twiggy Ramirez plays bass. Joey Santiago of the Pixies and Tony Bevilacqua of Distillers/Spinerette play guitar. Plus there is a collaboration with Soundpool, Vocals from Brody Dalle (Distillers Spinerette) and Gerry from DEVO. Freeland's new frontman Kurt Baumann also sings on four songs.
Official video by Richard Farmer and Gold!
Freeland - Cope
According to acclaimed Grammy-nominated DJ/producer Adam Freeland, he always intended his groundbreaking new full-length Cope, to be more than just another electronica album. "I wanted to make more than just another artist project," Freeland explains. "I always saw Cope as a band album more than just another DJ slapping together a bunch of random club grooves. I wanted to create songs I could play live, not just DJ with." Cope does have its share of boldfaced guests - everyone from the Pixies' Joey Santiago and Spinnerette's Brody Dalle to Jerry Casale of DEVO and Tommy Lee - not to mention Freeland's trademark banging electro beats; however, at the album's core are the songs he wrote and performed with new vocalist Kurt Baumann, also the front man in his eponymous new group, Freeland, who make their concert debut at the legendary South By Southwest festival's 2009 edition. "The new songs combine electronic grooves with shoe gaze guitars, real drums, and actual song writing, so they begged to be played live," Freeland says. To that end, he put together the touring unit of Baumann on bass, guitar and vocals and Hayden Scott (Pop Levi) on drums, with Freeland himself triggering samples, playing rude Korg MS-20 synth lines, and taking lead vocals on the band's thundering, take-no-prisoners cover of Grinderman's "No Pussy Blues"; together, they transform classic Freeland club bangers like "We Want Your Soul" into smart bombs that detonate the dance floor but defy genre. "I've always mixed rock into my sets anyway, so having a band is just a natural progression from that," he clarifies. "Freeland has all the hard-hitting grooves of my DJ sets, but played live they're even more raw, personal and in your face. This is the sound I've always heard in my head, so now I want to hear it as loud as possible!"
Click here to check the forthcoming gigs for Freeland and other Marine Parade artists.