Alright listen up cats, I've got to bark at you about happenings this weekend. Friday night we're doing a party down at The Spice Cellar with our boyz Das Moth and Mitzi. It's FREE so that means it's excellent value.
Perhaps you heard the super swell single Das Moth released on Cutters last year? I really dig Moon - great melodies, great synth sounds, great production. Fits the Cutters mould perfectly. Anyway, click on that pretty pink flyer and get the infos you need.
Das Moth - Moon
Then on Sunday we're finally back at Hunky Dory Social Club, guzzling wine and having a good time with our dear friend Graz on the scorching rooftop. Please note this is ALSO FREE. Holy fuck we are generous. Behold:
I know the original of this but I can't for the life of me remember who it's by - any spotting action would be much appreciated. But anyway, this is a fine edit by the Grazdog which has been spun on many a sunny Sunday up on the HDSC roof. Dig it.
Unknown - Afrika (Graz Edit)
Uh, man, serious wow factor here. Kiwi producer Christoph El Truento is just stunning. Whether he's making lumpy, groovy future bass (I still don't know what the fuck that is) or beautiful atmospheric breezy dream music, his tracks are overflowing with lush textures and a kind of soothing sonic quality that's hard to define. His first 12" release is coming out at the end of the month on Japanese top-shelf-cognac label Wonderful Noise so you can comfortably assume two things. 1: that it will be of bloody exceptional quality, and 2: it'll be accompanied by a testicle-pulverising price tag. I recommend saving up as much money AND as much dignity as you can, since you won't have much left of either after you've picked this beauty up. On the plus side, he's got a bunch of stuff available for free download on his SoundCloud so you can do some thorough trying before you do your murderous buying.
Christoph El Truento - Sunday
Christoph El Truento - Armadillo Meat Funk
Man, all this future-something and proto-thingo business wigs me out. Can people just chill out with making up new genres? I fear to ever attempt classifying any music as something since I'm sure I'll be using some highly outdated term that the future-post-dubcore-protowonk-bassgrind-glitchtrip heads will laugh at me for it. At the end of the day it's all just computers bleeping at us with different voices :)
SEE YOUUUUUUUUU THIS WEEKENDDDDDDDD