The debut EP from Vancouver’s synth pop duo Julian Carnrite and Kevin Schmidt has the right idea with a stripped down poppy soundtrack to a late night that is filled with inviting random friends out to hang out and enjoying cheap wine. The song Cool Your Shoes reminds me a little bit of Circlesquare meets Midwest Product, definitely a great cool down track for the long summer nights.
The new Machinedrum LP is finally out and the track Para Did is on repeat all the time at my place, its on this Outkast meets Blackalicious tip. Travis will be doing a lot this year so this won’t be the last time i’ll be posting on him.
I already posted this Fever Ray song but it was the remix, the lyrics won’t get out of my head i’m usually not a big lyrics fan so that means a lot I guess in my small world.
I don’t know much at all about the Clashing Egos but I do know Joakim always comes with the heat on remixes. The producer from Paris take us on a Beverly Hills sounding soundtrack cut with dreamy stabs that never begs for attention and layer upon layer of synth melodies, definitely worth your time.
Christine – Cool Your Shoes[audio:coolshoes.mp3]
Machinedrum – Para Did (Featuring Sarah Ruba / Jaunty)[audio:para.mp3]
Fever Ray – When I Grow Up[audio:growup.mp3]
Clashing Egos – Aminjig nebere (Joakim’s mix)[audio:joakim.mp3]
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Fernando says:April 21, 2009 at 11:59 pm
I’m really digging the mellow groove on the Joakim Clashing Egos remix.