A Gap Between – “Orange Horizon”
Clark – “Tooth Moves”
Lone – “Karen Loves Kate”
Daniel Avery – “Knowing We’ll Be Here”
Sly-One – “Come to Mine (HNNY Mix)”
Airbird & Napolian – “In The Zone”
Shigeto – Lineage “(Sun Glitter Remix)”
Ulrich Schnauss – “A Long Way To Fall”
The Beat Broker – “Departure”
Atlas Sound – “Washington School”
Jaakko Elno Kalevi – “No End”
Mungolian Jetset presents Jaga Jazzist vs. Knights Of Jumungus – “Toccata”
Christopher Willits – “CLEAR”
Panda Bear – “Untitled”
Benoit Pioulard – “Fluoresce”
Bibio – “Down To The Sound”
Todd Terje – “Snooze 4 Love (Version)”
Tweens - Be Mean (s/t) - Frenchkiss Records
Oh yes, I do love the old school indie punk sound. Great new album!
Warpaint - Love is to Die (Yours Truly Session)
Jon Hopkins - Lost In Thought (from Opalescent)
NSFW. More great Trentemøller magic from the new album, Lost.
Trentemøller - Candy Tongue (feat Marie Fisker)
Screaming Maldini - Summer, Somewhere
Been following Gina’s vines (Gina Maldina) for awhile and she’s just an amazingly talented person to me. I checked out her band’s video today and it has me missing Yorkshire now. Would love to go back. Sounding great and anthemic here.
Trentemøller - Still on Fire (from “Lost”)
Nice dark New Order-y feel to this new one.
Blouse - They Always Fly Away - s/t (Captured Tracks)
9/11 Memorial playlist (from Sept 20, 2001) when I was dj-ing
at invisible radio.
Gillian Hills - Rentre sans moi
Pantha du Prince - A Nomad’s Retreat (from “Black Noise”)
Loving this today and doing a little chair-dancing (you know what I mean). Still such a great album. One of my favourite tracks.
Nothing special about the video, just listen.
Bonobo - Cirrus (from “The North Borders”)
Can I just say that I love this very very much! Awesome video here too (this is the radio edit version, the song is a little longer on the album).
The Javanese hammered gamelan instruments (or are they thumb pianos?) and bell sounds make this song for me. Meditative and groovy!
Really digging this lady’s album Devotion lately. Not my usual thing, but damn. Such a great voice. I have a special place in my heart for Brit singers who do R&B really well. If you love Massive Attack, Annie Lennox, Sade or that new Rhye album this is something to check.
Check out this grooveshark Jessie Ware playlist for a taste.