Watch: Keys N Krates ‘Treat Me Right’ takes you on a trip through space, time and sexy novels

The Dim Mak Records family member Keys N Krates have published a clever video for 'Treat Me Right'. The sample-based beat music draws inspiration from vintage romance novels. The video and song work really well together, the samples take on a new life in both audio and visual dimensions. What's impressive about the Canadian group, is that they've got a live setup between a DJ, a keyboard player, and a drummer (to get an idea how they're able to create these kind of beats, check out their rehearsal). Enjoy the trip space, time, and romance novels!

…and grab free remix of 'Treat Me Right' by Thugli, while you're at it!

Fake Blood shows graffiti skills in wait for Fabric Live no. 69

Launching the infamous Fabric Live mix CD vol 69., Theo Keating alias Fake Blood is looking to make the crowds move to proper electro bangers alongside Boy 8-Bit and Paul Woolford. Theo is responsible for this edition of the mix CD, due out on May 20th. But the teasing has begun. To turn your attention to the upcoming event, Theo has taken to the streets of East London to make one wall look a hell of a lot better than before.

Be it as part of The Wiseguys or The Black Ghosts, or solo monikers Fake Blood, Touché , Theo Keating has kept himself busy with music for the most of his life. Surprisingly, the British veteran DJ and producer put out the debute album of Fake Blood project only in the end of year 2012.

"For FABRICLIVE 69 I went for combinations and blends that seemed a little odd on paper, but to me worked really well sonically – to keep it surprising rather than too linear or working towards some kind of crescendo. It's more about regular moments throughout than building to the last tune", the man of the hour commented on the upcoming compilation.

Check out how Theo transforms to Snatch, and tags the wall! Location sourced & filming co-ordinated by End Of The Line. Featured track: Boy 8-Bit – Night Terrors. Get the album, out 20th May on CD/digital!

The Daft Punk Collaborators: French house legend DJ Falcon

A little more patience, only the final stretch before Random Access Memories will change the way you perceive dance music. Fellow Frenchman, and house guru DJ Falcon will give you his input on the album, but also take you back to the rave days of the ’90s, before the transformation of Daft Punk.

In an interview to Billboard, the more outspoken android – Thomas Bangalter – expressed humbly that Daft Punk may not be the best-selling artist in the world, but it's all about doing what's most important to you. “It’s not really a judgment or criticism of any of the music today; rather trying to bring a different point of view and different alternative,” he went on. “It’s mostly a question: Is it still possible to have this dream of looking at the way music is made like movies are made? It used to be teamwork. Is it still possible? Is there still an audience, a market for it? All interesting questions as an experiment. We are musicians even more than producers, in some sense composers. We’re not the best-selling artists in the world, but we have this dream; this ability to try to do this project and see if it we can make it happen.”

The part of 'best-selling' may have been true for their last album Human After All which wasn't a commercial hit. After 'Get Lucky' hit #1 in most countries around the world, there's little doubt that Random Access Memories  will be a big seller. For the latest information regarding therecord, listen to BBC1 on Friday night, where Daft Punk will give their first spoken interview on the album with Pete Tong.

Enjoy a look back at the era before the Frenchmen became androids, and one of their companions throughout their career!

Watch: Alex Metric & Mark Yardley – Ilium

A man of many faces, Alex Metric has disregarded his indie persona for a more energy-packed electro vibe in his latest three-part 'Ammunition' EP. If you've not met with Brit, DJ-Follower's Alex Metric feature will provide you with everything you need to know. Those who've followed his lates endavours have heard the fire-power on 'Ammunition Pt. 2' EP. The third part was released on OWSLA just last month

We'd like to turn you're attention to yet another vibrant effort from Metric. While 'Ilium' has got its appeal (especially with the video below accompanying it), there's nothing like the 80's synth pop influenced 'Scandalism' on this EP.

Let yourself be carried into space, reminiscing about the times of retro video games, Space Odyssey and Tron neon lights. 'Ilium' was co-produced by Mark Yardley of Stanton Warriors!

Watch: The Gaslamp Killer – ‘In The Dark’

Perhaps not the most appropriate season to publish a video where most of the shooting takes place in a creepy forest covered in snow. Nevertheless, those who've survived the long winter will appreciate the Summer all the more for that. The psychedelic hip-hop producer who goes by the name of The Gaslamp Killer, released his debut album 'Breakthrough' in the end of 2012. Shot in the forests outside of Prague, the surreal video is the brainchild of Hyperballad (Dano Cerny and Marielle Tepper). Enjoy the trip into the religious geometry, snowy forests, and 12th century abbey!