Grasscut – Muppet (Nathan Fake Remix)

One of my favourite radio station programs, Triple J’s Soundlab,  is full of amazing surprises, and last night didn’t fail to deliver. They played a remix of a track by an experimental UK group Grasscut and I was completely floored by how fucking eerily good it was, especially towards the second half of the song.Continue reading “Grasscut – Muppet (Nathan Fake Remix)”

Before Cut Copy were Cut Copy

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 – The Difference It Makes

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: The MFA – The Difference It Makes

What Kind of Breeze Do You Blow – Love of Luxury

Interesting fellas from Canada. Great remix! MYSPACE What Kind of Breeze Do You Blow – Love of Luxury (Lake Heartbeat’s Lake Luxury Remix) [audio:

Au Revoir Simone – Another Likely Story (Neon Indian remix)

Been digging this remix for ages. Another Likely Story (Neon Indian Remix)[audio: Another Likely Story (Original)[audio:

F*ck Buttons

Heard these fellas on the radio, found ’em pretty neat and thought I’d write something up. If you’re fancying harder, more raw electro, then this might be your cup of tea. Fuck Buttons is a two-piece experimental group formed in Bristol, England in early 2004 by Andrew Hung and Benjamin John Power. Fuck Buttons –Continue reading “F*ck Buttons”

If Bladerunner were a musical directed by David Bowie…

… then you would find a song like this in its soundtrack. Or maybe not, but it is a great tune. How would you describe it? Better known as one half of Digitalism, this is Jens Moelle’s solo project as a part of his recently released EP. Palermo Disko Machine – Theme Of Palermo DiskoContinue reading “If Bladerunner were a musical directed by David Bowie…”

One mighty-packed mixtape: 60 min/ 50 songs

The mixes are seamless, and we’re seeing a diverse range of artists (Fever Ray to The Jacksons). Love the teasers with some of the songs (familiar cut copy, daft punk and air melodies make an appearance to tickle your musical senses). This is brilliant! Everyone will definitely find something they like in this mix. TheContinue reading “One mighty-packed mixtape: 60 min/ 50 songs”

Deadbeat summer tunes from Neon Indian

I know nothing about Neon Indian other then the fact their/ his sound is a mix of 80s synth pop, video game soundtracks and a tune that provokes a desire to take a really really long roadtrip. I don’t know about you, but these tunes beg for me to call my friends out for goodContinue reading “Deadbeat summer tunes from Neon Indian”

There is no turning back

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”