_Max Cooper – Miocene (Super Flu Remix)
_Cascandy – Escapade (Super Flu’s Speck-takel)
_Cascandy – Escapade
“Lost Dog” starts off as a skeletal house beat with some big hollow, rapid wartime drums sounding off over shamanic incantations yelped in the background. Things quickly get a bit more fleshed out as the tune meshes together into cohesiveness – Joe’s “Claptrap” for the tech house set, but replacing handclaps, sparse piano and coughing with chirping cut up vocal bursts and an unending percussive beat that burrows its way inside your skull.” (Discobelle SC, 2011)
_Worthy – Lost Dog
Be on the look out for Einmusik‘s new album, Oceans Bottom coming out Dec 1st. Here is a limited giveaway tune from the forthcoming release!
_Einmusik – Qazaqstan
Here’s a another doors edit from Niconé! Enjoy
_The Doors – Riders on the Storm (Niconé Edit)
And grab this freebie! Koan Sound, Skrillex – Kill Everybody (Koan Sound Remix)
Penned by guitarist and singer-songwriter Sam Lewis, ‘Here On The Line’ is the second single to be taken from the band’s critically acclaimed debut album. In contrast to the hypnotic nyatiti melodies, chattering percussion and propulsive low end that has charmed listeners so far, ‘Here On The Line’ floats gently on a bed of acoustic guitar melded with lilting nyatiti licks, Charles’ meandering drums and Sam’s earnest vocal. It’s a perfect example of the Luo/London soundclash that made this album so unique. Also included here is Tom Skinner’s scratchy Stalker Dub which strips back the layers to a base of raw, lurching drums and sub bass, blessed with snatches of Sam’s heavily dubbed vocals and warm guitar. (Brownswood Recordings SC, 2011)
This one is really not on the shallow side – the way we like it. Trip out with your headphones or play this loud and thank Veitengruber for the splendid giveaway!
_Air – Run (Veitengruber Edit)
The Renaissance Man Project! Here’s a great text about from Turbo Recordings SC:
Architects are not like you or me. Every idiot knows architects are geniuses. And every moron with a map of the world in his jean pocket knows that Finns are smarter than most. Renaissance Man, then, embody the almost unimaginable ideal of the Finnish Architect, multiplied and then squared. To the funth power.
They met over a grim cup of black coffee at a Finnish architecture firm, launching their career in 2008 with the suitably clever ‘Spraycan’ on Switch’s Dubsided, built around a novel aerosol-can sample. They soon found eager champions in the tastemakers at Kitsuné, Sound Pellegrino, and the blogtelligensia over at Fluokids. By 2010, they were legitimate players, having remixed WhoMadeWho, Delphic, Crystal Fighters, Brodinski, Crookers, Health, and, most recently, Azari & III.
And, against all reasonable expectation, they just kept getting smarter, refining their sound away from the dimwit muck of blog-house and moving into more serious production territory, relocating to Berlin and learning how to lifestyle it up, playing at Panorama Bar and exploring the semiotics of the drink ticket.
A more refined, structural sound emerged on the Babbadabba EP on Made to Play. And the larger scope of their commitment to intelligent design comes to fruition on their upcoming album on Turbo, erecting a post-tropical hermitage of Dancing Man’s Thoughtfunk. The music is highly detail-oriented, referencing everything from bass music to curry house, with eyes and ears trained on millennia of art and concept, with a special emphasis on the millennia when music actually existed. The first single, “When You Do What You Do” is a “Who’s What You Who” of blazing Critiical House.
Renaissance Man. Designing the box. Building the box. Thinking on top of the box.