Second mix of the series.
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Röyksopp managed to pull together this track in only two days and performed it live on Lyrdverket November 28th. The track is to be released soon so watch for our post (hopefully coupled with a free download) in the next couple weeks.
Amtrac recently released this dance floor gem and is giving it away for FREE on his Soundcloud. The progression of the song is spot on. I’m telling you, this beat guarantees some fancy footwork.
Charli XCX is our new, fresh femme to stand behind the popular notion that British girls got pipes. Nuclear Seasons came out only a bit ago, but this music video has the song bouncing back on our radar. The scenes are uber retro, seductive, and perfectly complimentary.
I’m DIGGING this deep house mix by NYC’s Krychek. His original mixes are even better with splashes of bass-heavy trance and 80′s synths here and there. Hands down the eclectic deep house lovers’ delight. Bang out to these beats and get doused!
Flight Facilities just released a music video for their new single “Clair de Lune”. The song soundtracks a journey shared by two girls embarking on a slow night life, creating their own sense of misfit mischief throughout the cityscape. Flight Facilities’s electronic lullaby beautifully juxtaposes the images laid on top of the track, creating a compelling eye-candy of sorts. Somewhat darker than what we’re used to hearing from the duo, but nonetheless enjoyable.
Peep Francis Neve’s new single “Calls”. The UK indie-pop artists delivers a light-hearted jam that sounds like an offspring of Two Door Cinema Club and Bombay Social Club. We’ll be keeping a close eye on Neve, there’s surely more catchy beats to come.
Jockeys are already putting hands on Marina & The Diamonds’ latest album Electra Heart. Listen to what UK DJ/Producer BURNS has attributed to the popstar’s “Primadonna”.
Strangers – Shine on you (Sensual Harassment Remix)
Listen to “Lost Souls” by the Dutch DJs of Sp1ral if you have a soft spot for anything Daft-esque. Their name is fairly fresh, but you can’t deny there is some certain potential. Their first hit “Knobsticker” keeps to the tradition, but they are quickly beginning to find their own sound with this one. Can’t wait for more.