Posted by Jakub

CFCF have been my favorite remixers as of late, they always stay at a great pace and grab perfect elements away from both slow disco and house, this one for Jori Hulkkonen has been my fave.

I’m not sure if this is old or new Portishead but I just saw it featured up on iTunes and it caught my ear, i’m a sucker for her voice and that Moroder like driving synth.

More remixes from the master Superpitcher, back in the early and mid 2000’s if you had a Superpitcher remix on your 12″ you were pretty much guaranteed record sales, those were the days.

One band that I haven’t seen live yet but are on the top of my list is Blondes, they play a ton here in Brooklyn but I seem to miss them everytime. This song Spanish Fly might have elements of the whole post Animal Collective sound but way more electronics pushing the song forward.

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François Bonneau says:

June 3, 2010 at 7:52 am

Hello there,
The son Chase The Tear was made by Portishead in December 2009 for Amnesty International in the occasion of the International Human Rights Day.




Tyler says:

June 3, 2010 at 10:17 am

CFCF is just one dude right .. a young Canadian. I’ve always loved his style and could listen to “Invitation to Love” on repeat all day.


MaNu says:

June 3, 2010 at 11:21 am

such a great mix.
is there any way to get any of these songs for download / purchase?

keep up the awesome work Jakub


Alejandra says:

June 5, 2010 at 5:44 am

For S.Hansen
I just love this bloc,i wanted to congratulate you,for your taste in music,your photos and design,you have almost the same taste of music as i do.
and i always visit your web.
i would like to meet you in person one day
i think you are very talented

From Nice,France


Stormborgen says:

June 9, 2010 at 10:32 am

Been following the blog for a looooong time, when Scott was the only poster . . .
Always enjoyed the treats of music being posted from you Jakub.

Some 5d-action from Distortion, Copenhagen, June, 2010
with the soundtrack of Blondes suiting way good.

Later Later,