Infiniti+Chromatics+RAJA+Flight Facilities

Posted by Jakub

Infiniti is Juan Atkins, this track is classic, its soo damn good that in 5 years of doing music posts on ISO50 this is the first post of a song that how important I think this song is. Its also a song that makes you understand new music, it also makes you want to pay respect to the originators.

This Chromatics record is pretty damn popular but I find this slow jam the most appealing off of it, it just has a high repeat ratio in my iTunes, to be honest i’d love an instrumental.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED – RAJA was suggested to me by Shigeto, this is the first track he shared with me, without going all J Dilla this beat as simple as it is really had me gravitate to it over and over. The tone at the opening gets more and more addicting, its like a synth whale, I love it.

I really had high hopes for Grovesnor so i’m always looking for new material from him, he’s great if he’s used well, this tempo is perfect for him, he needs to be on more tracks.

As for the photo above, i’m not sure who the photographer is but I did tweak it just to warm it up a bit, love the original shot, its definitely inviting.

14 Comments Leave A Comment


André Santos says:

May 17, 2012 at 4:19 am

I’ve been listening to every single track RAJA releases/shares and he never disappoints me. And he’s very eclectic which makes it hard to maintain such high quality.


Anon says:

May 17, 2012 at 7:08 am

The house music is a nice change. Not that the usual stuff isn’t sublime, but it’s just great that ISO surprises me like this every so often. :)


steve says:

May 17, 2012 at 7:55 am

Yep, Game One still brings chills down my neck when I hear it. Visionary, futuristic tech-soul from a real musical pioneer. Huge!


mitch says:

May 17, 2012 at 8:08 am

Any chance of these music posts becoming iPhone friendly? I know you guys have em..!

(posted this in the wrong thread earlier)


Andrew says:

May 18, 2012 at 9:00 am

@spencer – the titles are showing up fine for me with chrome (19.0.1) on a mac (10.7.3).

Could it be a plugin?