Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Thank You, Come Again

"Ambition is a poor excuse for not having enough sense to be lazy" - Milan Kundera

I'm currently taking a lit class on Milan Kundera, a 20th century Czech author, and want to recommend to any of you readers out there an amazing novel by the name of The Unbearable Lightness of Being. Prepare yourself for some serious existentialism. Ok, onto the tunes.

Dublin Aunts are really coming into their own. We recently received an email from them with their new unreleased original track and an explanation on how their sound has moved in a more Aeroplane-esque direction, and personally I am very pleased about this. I'm loving the vocals, and the bass...and pretty much everything I'm hearing. They also put up 2 new remixes on their soundcloud. Be sure to check them out.

Treasure Finger's It's Love is one of my favorite songs right now. The pitched up vocals for the track were provided by one of his female friends. Now remixing such a beautiful track is a dangerous game, but Charles I seems to have chopped and screwed his way to victory with this one.

The Swiss, despite the tricky name, hail from Adelaide, Australia. Their sexy smooth brand of boutique disco is really pleasing to the ears. This 4 part group definitely struck gold with this track, blending just the right synths in just the right ways to get you off your ass and on the dance floor. Also, check out the Knightlife remix.

Toomy Disco, aka Mariano Ilutia, is a 22 year old Argentinian electronic music composer. His description of himself reads "I still have a lot to learn about the configurations and possibilities that computer-assisted music offers". Rather modest for someone who puts out disco thrillers like this one...

Here. More intro-less DCUP smash hits. No need to tell you how good it is when you can just hit play.


In case you haven't seen already, DCUP threw up a new mix on his soundcloud a couple weeks ago and its bonkers good. I'm your #1 fan...

Awesome setting, awesome dancing, awesome cinematography, awesome music. Awesome.

This relaxing documentary of Bali really brings me back to warmer days.

Love, Patrick

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