An instant classic for Bibio’s growing discography, it reminds me of what he started off making but no more lo-fi, same feeling but dug up from the dry soil.
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Bibio has always been skilled in crafting electronica that has the warmth of folk music, and he has now brought that to Tycho’s “Spectre.” The original track was one of the lushest downtempo numbers to appear on his album, Awake, and this version gives it a dreamy, sunny charm that makes me hope we’ll be hearing these two link up again soon.
And we have lift off, jesus christ that might be the best Bibio song ever made.
R-Zone started as an anonymous trio that release vinyl without labeling who did what. Follow them on Soundcloud if you want to hear a sample of the other 7 releases.
Remixing The Field must be a tough task because its just soo beautiful loop based already but Sonns pulls it off nicely with in and out tones and giving each portion from the original a time to shine.
Machinedrum and Jimmy Edgar along with Jamie Lidell cover that oddball Boards Of Canada Midas Touch single.
I don’t have much info on Dublin producer Clu but i’m really intrigued and want to hear more. It’s like a light beer version of Lone.
New Bibio coming in January 2014, everyone please settle down! PRE-ORDERS at Bleep.
**Can’t stop listening to that Bibio track, ok………..once more and then i’ll keep writing.
Hatchback dubs out an old favorite of mine, chops off about 10 minutes from the original, let that winter beard grow.
Sorry to switch gears here but wait its worth your time. We all need some lo-fi soft grunge/gaze to clear the palette.
There is no surprise Chaz nailed the soulful end of the dance 12″ world, his Les Sins project is coming out wonderfully, reminds me of Osborne on Spectral Sound.
Baths is back with emotional bleeps, its like a IDM producer from 2002 is came back in 2013 with some vocal confidence.
Matthew Dear guests on the new DJ Koze album, Koze always mental pushes the boundaries and you can count on hearing something hypnotic and unusual joining hands.
Mark Kozelek could write a song about oatmeal and i’d first in line to check it out. His new album Among The Leaves is full of gold plus plenty of live versions, if you want more I made a Sun Kil Moon / Red House Painters / Mark Kozelek playlist years ago on the blog.
Sasquatch Festival was one of the most tolerable festivals i’ve been to, you don’t feel like cattle and the security guards are super kind and keep the crowd happy by letting the energy happen. Gardens & Villa we’re the best band live, great stage presence and kept you ever wanting them to end.
Onra is slowly unveiling tracks from his upcoming sophomore album, the first taste is L.O.V.E. a track thats more upbeat than a lot of his recent tunes.