Friday 27 April 2007

Boy Meets Girl, Boy Gets Boner..

A new sneak preview of the Bag Raiders' EP due in June care of the Bang Gang sounds pretty hot. Classic BR dominating synths and fun beats make this one to look out for in winter.

EP Medley - Bag Raiders [alt link]

Guns 'N' Bombs can't seem to put a foot wrong. Their new steamy electro remix of Homecoming by The Teenagers really makes my crippled ass want to dance.

Homecoming (Guns 'N' Bombs Remix) - The Teenagers [alt link]

I noticed this track on Kitsune's Myspace: a fun, bouncy number by Punks Jump Up. Check out the Baseball Furies remix, an upbeat rhythmic joyous tune.

Dance To Our Disco (Baseball Furies Remix) - Punks Jump Up [alt link]

And one more spicy meatball is this new Digitalism track, far dirtier and darker than Pogo. A tad Ed Bangerish. Checkit!

Magnets - Digitalism [alt link]

Wednesday 25 April 2007

Fun Tracks!

Fun indeed. If I had a gold star for each time I've listened to these tracks, and I was a retarded kid, I'd be thrilled.

Terminal Velocity - Maximo Park vs. Blamma! Blamma! [alt link]

Ray of Zdarlight - The Avalanches [alt link]

Cookie - The Presets [alt link]

The Avalanches track is a mashed potato of Wham! and Digitalism, yum yum. Maximo Park is diced into spicy delicious french fries by Blamma! Blamma!, and Cookie is a level teaspoon of old skool Presets. Hungry..

Tuesday 17 April 2007

Hi Kids

Very brief on each artist because this probably is a waste of time :)

Music is sexy, yes? Allow me to put the top shelf bikini model level of sexy on display. For starters..

The Belgian Presets perhaps? Really cool 80% electro, 20% indie rock, 10% excess. LOL DOESNT ADD UP

Bring It On [alt link]
3T4 [alt link]

!!! (Chk Chk Chk)
Somehow there are 8 people in this band. Although it seems like some pretty serious overkill, they end up with some really solid grooves and very hip tunes with a quirky twist and plenty of variety.

Sweet Life [alt link]
Yadnus [alt link]

Good Shoes
Good solid guitary indie band who can write tracks that leave a pleasant taste. Not really ambitious or inventive, but if it ain't broke, don't fuck it up. Plus the songs are all relatively short, so they don't get boring.

Things To Make And Do

The Black Ghosts
Disco-indie-electro is the must have fashion accessory this year. Wear TBG.

Face [alt link]
Any Way You Choose To Give It (Fake Blood Remix) [alt link]

Bugge Wesseltoft
By no means a new artist, but Bugge is seriously good electronic jazz that any good music fan should love. At times very atmospheric and vast, at others tight, bouncy and minimal. Tried, tested and confirmed as perfect beach house music. Bugge rewards patient listeners with chilled out beats.

Oh Ye [alt link]
Live In Amiens [alt link]

Bangin', jackin', bumpin' are just some of the abbreviated adjectives I would use to describe Switch. His simple yet extremely effective style is the same for almost every remix of his that I've heard, but he's got some seriously shit hot deep bass grooves that make me touch myself inappropriately. Two of his more recent

Speaker Junk - Foxxy (Switch Remix) [alt link]
Freeform Five - No More Conversations (Switch Remix) [alt link]

Neon Plastix
Fuck, talk about knowing how to write a killer chorus. I foam at the mouth through the brilliantly anxious verses waiting for my next fix. Like taking The Killers and Kaiser Chiefs, and dipping them in a salty disco topping with synths, punk haircuts and fluro shirts. A quote from the band: "the Neon Plastix try to hold hands with the dance kids whilst huggin' the rock kids! Think of us as SAMUEL. L. JACKSON in the Negotiator and you're not far wrong."

On Fire [alt link]
Dream [alt link]


Sweet track o'clock:
Chromeo - Fancy Footwork (D.I.M Remix) [alt link]

Madonna - Hung Up / The Presets - Down Down Down. Fun stuff!
The Presets - Hung Down [alt link]