Had a massive nostalgia trip. Even though the ‘Tom Baker’ years technically occurred outside of my existence, they were the only ones I watched during my upbringing. The intro is so iconic and synonymous with the science fiction genre. Doctor Who > Star Trek. When developing the Tom Baker Doctor character, he was described asContinue reading “The Doctor Who Tom Baker Intro”
All the way back in 2001, before their popular dance electro albums Bright Like Neon Love and In Ghost Colours, Cut Copy released their first EP titled I Thought of Numbers. It contained 7 tracks, some of which reminded me of something the Avalanches would’ve done. Six or so years later, they would play aContinue reading “Before Cut Copy were Cut Copy”
The MFA (Motherfucking Allstars) are London-based duo Rhys Evans (Welsh) and Alastair Douglas (not Welsh). This is the song that made them popular and look as promising as the Chemical Brothers. Minimalistic electro dance is probably the easiest way I can describe this. [audio:http://www.plasmoandtheinfinitesadness.com/wp-content/uploads/The-MFA-The-Difference-It-Makes.mp3%5D The MFA – The Difference It Makes
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)
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.