Monday, November 30, 2009

Minimal pop.

Minimal techno gods from Berlin reworked by frozen balearic gay biker house gods from London.

Wand Aus Klang (It's A Fine Line Mix) / Burger & Voigt (YSI) - expired.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

In your eyes.

My favorite cut off the Lawrence full length Until Then, Goodbye out on Mule Electronic earlier this year. I've heard Lawrence's style described as minor-key house; a fitting title for this deep & ambient release from Peter Kersten.

In Your Eyes / Lawrence (YSI) - expired.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Just one day.

"Goblins from the permafrost North playing on instruments such as spider webs, rabbit ears and blood mixed dew. An album are being worked as we speak."

Stream Forest's new single Just One Day here.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Stuck on repeat.

I've asked this question countless times...rarely does it yield a good answer. Sigh.
I unearthed this gem for a gig I played this past weekend and it's been on repeat in my studio ever since.

Why Can't I Touch It / The Buzzcocks (YSI) - expired.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009


Just picked up diskJokke's Discolated Remixes compilation. It's no secret that he's been a busy dude the past couple of years; churning out originals and remixes of the highest quality. The comp features the likes of Metronomy, Bloc Party, Lykke Li, Lindstrom and my favorite of the bunch - his reworking of Ost & Kjex's Boston Food Strangler. Enjoy!

Boston Food Strangler (diskJokke Remix) / Ost & Kjex (YSI) - expired.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Tell your friends to cool it.

The Belle & Sebastian EP Books is without a doubt the group's funkiest effort to date. When the release dropped in 2004 it was a pretty big departure from the standard B & S vibe - some people loved it; others hated it. I loved it (shocker!) and unearthed my copy to share with you today.

Belle & Sebastian do disco? Well, not exactly. But damn close.

Your Cover's Blown / Belle & Sebastian (YSI) - expired.

Cover (Version) / Belle & Sebastian (YSI) - expired.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009


This Friday is Welcome to Manchester. I'm pretty excited to have John from Bent Crayon playing with me. His record store is amazing. I'm assuming his personal collection is even better....really looking forward to his selections Friday night. Here's something I'll be sure to of my favorite acid trax ever. It's simple. It's perfect. It's Chicago. It's Adonis.

Shout / Jack Frost & The Circle Jerks (YSI) - expired.