Picked up this great tune by Gui Boratto, a Brazillian electro producer. Play this towards the end of a big night out 🙂 Take a chance in those wonderful words you just don’t understand. I can show you the way but I know that you’ll never be there. All the time, all the shine ofContinue reading “There is no turning back”
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I find you that french boy, you find me that french girl
Oldie but definitely a goodie. Mix house, french, electro and sexy sounds and you’ll get this great tune. [audio:http://www.plasmoandtheinfinitesadness.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/Friendly-Fires-Paris-ft.-Au-Revoir-Simone-Aeroplane-Remix.mp3%5D Friendly Fires – Paris ft. Au Revoir Simone (Aeroplane Remix)
AFXJIM + BROKEN CHIP – Local Electro Samplers
Really keen to check out AFXJIM. Those samplings on his myspace are wicked!
Washed Out – Anyone fancying a bit of lusicious dreampop?
Where the fuck did he come from? I mean, WOW. This is excellent stuff if you’re into the whole synth/ dreamwavepop/ chillwave/ dare-I-saw-shoegaze thing. Think Slowdive’s Pygmalion Era Demos but more friendly with our contemporary standards. http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=6692499&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=1&show_portrait=0&color=&fullscreen=1&group_id= [audio:http://www.plasmoandtheinfinitesadness.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/03-Youll-See-It.mp3%5D Washed Out – You’ll See It [audio:http://www.plasmoandtheinfinitesadness.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/Washed-Out-Feel-It-All-Around.mp3%5D Washed Out – Feel It All Around [audio:http://www.plasmoandtheinfinitesadness.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/03-Hold-Out.mp3%5D Washed OutContinue reading “Washed Out – Anyone fancying a bit of lusicious dreampop?”
Kitsune Maison 8 Preview: beni, delphic, memory cassettes, midnight juggers + more
They are back with another compilation of what’s to come in electro music. Jump ahead for what’s going to be in the cd.
Mach Pelican – The best Australian Japanese rock band there ever will be
If the world had more Japanese rock bands singing in english, famine would never exist. The Japanese have this crazy, infectious attitude that makes you want to jump around and enjoy life.
Five Songs for the Week
Music: something worth celebrating, every day. Five ‘morning after Sunday’ songs. Bar the Avalanches one. More under the cut.
Kitsune Maison 7
Boards of Canada – Stry Craty Bya
Boards of Canada – Stry Craty Bya [audio:http://www.plasmoandtheinfinitesadness.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/04-Stry-Craty-Bya.mp3%5D From their 1989 Acid Memories EP. If there is one argument for the freefall distribution of music over the interwebs, it would be that we would never get the chance to hear BoC’s earlier works. Apparently it was only ever distributed to friends and relatives on aContinue reading “Boards of Canada – Stry Craty Bya”
D:ream – Things Can Only Get Better
Nothings screams 90s louder then this song.