I’ve been going back and forth if i’d ever buy one these disposable USB drives, I mean I love that you can write on them and how they’re packaged but I can see some mishaps come up with using paper, still a great concept by Art Lebedev.
I know Leo123 from Eliot Lipp and Mux Mool, if I remember correctly they all toured together around the United States for almost a year in a white Scion. I’ve only seen him perform as Dark Party with Eliot, what really grabbed me was how much of the synth parts were actually being played on stage during the live shows. First listen thru I notice Leo has a strong understanding of electronic music from his home town of Chicago and a noticeable passion for Detroit’s godfathers of Electro and Techno. Its hard to make striped down analog gear sound this good without the knowledge and after hearing this track I feel confident saying that Leo probably has a sick collection of records in his room.
I am completely in love with Ponytail live, the youth and untampered ideas behind the project make it probably the most punk project i’ve heard live because they don’t hide behind the punk image, if I had a hyper nephew or niece that was 12 i’d buy them this record and I could see it bringing them the biggest joys.
Shlohmo is on the right path, what a cared for piece, drop the wobble and show off your actual skills, i’m impressed, now if we could just get an album of this.
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One of my favorite songs from the recent Gold Panda album is Marriage and it got reworked by some proficient young artists. The top of that list is Baths, he actually told me he loved the Star Slinger remix more than his own but I think both are insanely amazing especially the tone that the Baths one sets after a few listens.
This Monster Rally track is like if Madlib was a huge softie, the loop couldn’t be anymore catchier but the beat sits so gently in the mix, kind of perfect actually.
If you liked last weeks Dub Techno post, well then here’s a continuation, precision from Quantec, dialed in like a fine swiss watch made of the softest metals working away in humid atmosphere.
Interesting to see a company manufacturing faux vintage helmets. Growing up these were what we wore when ripping around the woods on motorcycles. Still quite thankful that full-face helmets replaced open-face helmets even though some of these vintage lookers were quite stylish.
This is the video for Matta’s “Release the Freq“. The incredible cinematography and design is by Kim Holm. I really like how the visual complexity builds subtly over the course of the video. And of course it maps to the music nicely, though I’m not really a huge fan of the song. The color grading on this is terrific — I’m tempted to go off into the woods searching for domesticated deers to photograph.
This is about as good as it gets for me. This incredible structure is located in Gudbrandsjuvet, Norway and was designed by Jensen & Skodvin Architects. Luckily for us it’s a hotel and not a private residence, so there’s actually some outside chance you might be able to bask in it’s modern interior glory.
Via Wanken Blog