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One month of musigh: February of 2010

Euphorie

Photography: Matías Troncoso Electronic music at its best. They have only a few tracks up on MySpace, but those worth listening to for sure. Euphorie – My Lipids

Atomic Fusion

I couldn’t help but think of Faithless when I frist heard RQM‘s Atomic Fusion. Produced by Siriusmo means it can’t be bad, and it’s a quality tune indeed. The Colors Fade EP is now available for purchase at Juno. RQM – Atomic Fusion (Produced by Siriusmo)

The Ritz

I haven’t heard such a good club track in a long long time. Dangerous Dan – The Ritz (Riton Live in Amsterdam Remix) Dangerous Dan | Riton | Via

Slagsmålsklubben

Slagsmålsklubben (a.k.a. SMK) has released a single back in November and I didn’t even notice. Shame on me, because they absolutely rock. Slagsmålsklubben – Sponsored By Destiny

Luvstep

So it’s Valentine’s Day, eh? For the occasion, the awesome folks over at Mad Decent have released a mixtape, called “Luvstep”. Mixed by Dirty South Joe and Flufftronix, it’s got luv and step all around. Tracklist after the jump, skip the first 5 minutes if you don’t care about the interview stuff. iTunes | Fairtilizer | Mixcloud And  Continue reading »

Set Back

I can’t decide whether I love or hate this remix. Probably the former though. The Constellations – Setback (Starkey Remix) The Constellations | Starkey

The Sky Was Mint

Perfection. Nathan Fake – The Sky Was Pink (IKKI Remix) Nathan Fake | IKKI | Via

Dubst-rap

It’s been a while since I’ve posted some nice dubstep tracks, and I don’t think there were any rap songs either, so here’s my two favorites of them mixed. (Yeah there isn’t much rap in the second but w/e.) Wu-Tang Clan – Pencil/My Piano/Firehouse (Soroka Remix) Wu-Tang Clan | Soroka Rogues – Not So Pretty (Wire  Continue reading »

Hot & Cold

Model: Annie B. Autopilot is back with more mindblowing tunes. Give him some support over at Bandcamp. Autopilot & Katy Perry – Like A Bitch Katy Perry | Via

Beyond the Sea

Bioshock 2 (a video game) was released yesterday. Its soundtrack – songs from the 40s, 50s, 60s plus orchestral score – can certainly set the game’s grim mood. Though it’s a shame that we won’t see a bonus EP like the one that was packed with the first game’s special edition – remixes from Moby (and Oscar The Punk) were a  Continue reading »