Watson + D. Rings + Metronomy + Grouper

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A huge influence and always puts me back into what mood I truly want to be in is Delsin Records, i’ve featured plenty from their catalog on the blog. Their understanding of atmosphere meets house makes me always rethink mixes/dj sets/song selections because their selections are so spot on, this Vince Watson cut is the right about of Jazz but isn’t house but its definitely electronic, in love.

I really didn’t like Diamond Rings, I heard 2 or 3 songs and it didn’t fit with me but when I heard this song yesterday it completely grabbed me, more or this. He actually sings pretty nice in this one, I like when soft amount of piano comes in.

I always check out the free mp3 iTunes is giving away, hell I need to give popular music a chance in some way. I was happy to hear some of that UK disco pop influence in this one by Metronomy, pretty solid I must say.

Misery loves company” every time I put on a Grouper song that quote pops into my head.

A taste of the new Neon Indian record, i’m definitely geeked after hearing this:

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Alex / HeadUp says:

April 23, 2011 at 9:37 am

I’m surprised at how well Grouper has been able to remain true to her sound, it never gets compromised, the Pfork review admitted that she still maintains 100% ownership over her sound.

There was a period where I couldn’t go to sleep without listening to Dragging a Dead Dear Up a Hill. I look forward to those nights returning.