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One month of musigh: June of 2010

Crystalised

Photography: J. Caldwell Xx remixes pop up every now and then, especially for “Crystalised”; here’s a minimalistic approach by Dark Sky with a beat that you will be addicted to in no time, and an Andy Murphy remix featuring a guitar-electro bassline that’s just a bliss to listen to. The xx – Crystalised (Dark Sky  Continue reading »

Out of tune

Photography: Jordan Small I couldn’t really specify the genre that Dimlite‘s songs belong to, his description “out-o’-tune” seems fitting indeed. You can pick up his latest EP, Prismatic Tops here. Dimlite – Can’t Get Used To Those (Afterlude) Dimlite – Count Your Sunrises

Fairy Paradise

Source: slyApartment I was trying hard not to post music from Cocorosie, mostly because it tends to be ‘too alternative’ for people in general. With their new album however comes a song that’s merged with enough electronic beats that it may even appeal to those who wouldn’t go anywhere near ‘acid folk’ or the likes.  Continue reading »

Video premiere: "Demon" by Joe

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRVPw1F2uyg&w=560&h=340&rel=0&hd=1] Some of you might remember Mouth’s Cradle, a two-man formation I featured a while ago. I am now proud to present Johannes Greve Muskat‘s (a.k.a. Joe’s) first full-length work, an official music video for their song “Demon”. A quick note about the video that Joe wanted me to share: “Tell them that it didn’t turn out  Continue reading »

Sunday Chillin' #19

Photography: alvertigo Aria – Ariella (Dub) Tipper – Just As The Sun Went Down Gorillaz – On Melancholy Hill (Feed Me Remix) This Will Destroy You – They Move On Tracks Of Never-Ending Light Aria | Tipper | Gorillaz | Feed Me | This Will Destroy You

The Bongolian

Photography: Rick McGrath “A psychedelic trip to Outer Bongolia.” The Bongolian – Talking Synth MySpace | Buy

Guns of Brixton

Nouvelle Vague is completely different from the usual electro I post, but one shouldn’t be afraid of widening his/her musical perspective. I picked “Guns of Brixton” from their self-titled album because it’s very powerful, even though it’s “just” a cover. Nouvelle Vague – Guns of Brixton

Foes

This is some epic dubstep shit. Borgore – Foes (16bit Fuck Hoes Remix) Borgore | 16bit

Religion

Religion properly electrifies anything that comes in their way, like the Crookers / Mixhell / Soulwax collaboration “We Love Animals”. Some of their own stuff is up on Beatport for sell as well. Crookers ft. Mixhell & Soulwax – We Love Animals (Religion Remix)

Paper Tiger

I love the retro-ness of this song (thanks Hot Biscuits for bringing it to my attention). Paper Tiger‘s new album “Made Like Us” is out this Sunday, you can listen to a few other tracks ’till then. Paper Tiger – The Bully Plank