Wednesday, 18 May 2011
This is a biiiiiiiig week for me - and for you too if you're in Sydney! Tomorrow night is the launch of our next Death Strobe release by Domeyko/Gonzalez as well as celebrating the opening night of our good friend James Kerr's art exhibition. If you're in town, check out the Facebook event for all the deets and drop by! We've only pressed 100 of these records and we expect them to fly pretty quick so be on your toes.
Then on Saturday night we're doing a Picnic party at The Civic with My Cousin Roy aka the legend who runs Wurst edits and all that biz. Deets are here if you're keen to swing by for some disco jammies on our fair city's finest soundsystem. Check out this cheeky remix of Bibi Tanga & The Selenites for a taste of what our favourite cousin has been up to lately.
Bibi Tanga & The Selenties - Be Africa (Beg to Differ Remix)
The last few weeks have been pretty frantic so there hasn't been a whole lot of time for musical discovery, so it's back to the vault to try and find something to keep everybody happy. And I reckon this Idjuts edit on Noid (the debut release I think) should do the trick. Wickedly funky, it's a dead set winner that I don't hear many people playing. Lotsa wakka-wakka to keep the dancers happy, this tune feels nice and toasty with winter fast approaching here.
Idjut Boys - Girth Soup
Ermmmmm and just because I'm still on a big Herbie Hancock high, cruise your afternoon away with this fluttery little gentle jam. Perfect for those, such as myself, who could do with a quick de-stress.
Herbie Hancock - Gentle Thoughts
SLEEP YA LATER!