Braxe + K&D + Mokira + Noto/Sakamoto

Posted by Jakub

I’m a big fan of Alan Braxe when he does something right, he took this Pacifc! remix and set the pace perfectly in an epic way.

An OLD Kruder & Dorfmeister edit of Depeche Mode, classic downtempo.

Found this compilation that Mokira was on, I think the whole idea behind it was songs sampling birds, super lush and gentle, I recommend the track by Tape too.

If you work in music then should always peek in and see what Rastor Noton is doing right, they have been classy since the beginning, makes you feel like you running everything in your life like a lemonade stand, check out this sleek piece by Alva Noto + Ryuichi Sakamoto.

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December 2, 2010 at 3:28 pm

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Chester says:

December 2, 2010 at 4:59 pm

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Ryan says:

December 3, 2010 at 5:43 pm

Interesting mix of selections here. :) Pacific has some M83 moments for me.

I’m a big fan of the great stuff coming from the Nicolai/Sakamoto collaborations. Watching the work in action on UTP_ is impressive.


david says:

December 3, 2010 at 9:03 pm

holy shit. alan braxe’s remix is so killer! really amazing. plus it reminds me of playing donkey kong country. thanks for sharing, jakub. you prove time and again that your taste in music is pretty damn impeccable.


Jimmy says:

December 8, 2010 at 11:54 am

Some info regarding the Ström-compilation. Mokira is an alias of Andreas Tilliander.

“A weekly radio program called Ström was broadcasted on the Swedish National Radio channel P2 between 18/1 to 22/3 2006. As a part of the program every week a Swedish producer of electronic music remixed a bird call in tribute to the classic radio shows “Veckans Pausfågel” (1963 to 1993) & “Månadens Pausfågel” (1994 to 2005).” – Discogs