Hamburg’s Tensnake maybe best known for his remixes for musicians like Junior Boys or Sally Shapiro but I just picked up this tropical slow burner from Beatport last week and it has helped me with cold walks to the subway. All the synth noodling and night drive long chords that keep the song flowing makes this track a recent favorite. It all reminds me of a 80s jam that I can’t put my finger on that I use to listen, let me know something pops in your head because its buggin’ me.
Vancouver’s Cobblestone Jazz helps me with my attempt to get some people here into deep house once again, there is a lot more than just the Wal-mart electronic select fav Mark Farina’s Mushroom Jazz series.
Nathan Fake at one time had me really excited, I thought he’d be the one to really stretch his sound and nail down where melodic techno and prettier synth rock would go hand and hand. I’ve really haven’t been impressed since his debut album “Drowning In A Sea Of Love” which features this beautiful Superposition song.
I was thinking what’s the best way to start off December? Vince Guaraldi Trio that’s how.
Tensnake – Congolal[audio:tensnake.mp3]
Cobblestone Jazz – 5th Element[audio:cobblestone.mp3]
Nathan Fake – Superposition[audio:fake.mp3]
Vince Guaraldi Trio – Skating[audio:vince.mp3]
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dotsara says:December 2, 2008 at 12:01 pm
Oh man, that Tensnake track is fantastic.
And thanks for the Guaraldi reminder; it’s time to break out the Peanuts Christmas music! (:
Cam says:December 5, 2008 at 12:07 pm
Hmmm, for some reason, Superposition reminds me of Everlong by the Foo Fighters.
Jayden Lawson says:October 5, 2010 at 3:03 pm
Great post – again. I’m only 2 years behind but I’m catching up!! (Slowly :)