Posted by Jakub

Delia & Gavin
This 13 min. journey by DFA’s most unrated duo is a pure analong synth gem, just let it ride out. When IDM producers slowed down some of the best composers of melody started quiting o9 and Marumari we’re 2 of my favorites, this track was only available if you bought the Marumari remix CD then you had to find the files that we’re on the CD, it came with some real treats like remixes from Casino Versus Japan, Atomly, Kettel, Greg Davis, Lusine, etc. Superpitcher always comes with such fullness, his style of taking techno and stretching and pulling on it to the point its almost made for everyone and the use of bird sounds is unbelievable in this track “You Don’t Need A Weatherman”. I don’t know much about Shogun Kunitoki I just know that this song has been on my computer for a long time and I keep coming back to it, i’ve heard more by them and some of their labelmates and everything was pretty flawless, enjoy the weekend.

Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom – Black Spring


Marumari – Untitled (o9 remix)


Carsten Jost – You Don’t Need A Weatherman (Superpitcher Remix)


Shogun Kunitoki – Tropiikin Kuuma Huuma


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Chris says:

November 7, 2008 at 11:17 am

I love this site! I’ve been coming around for long while now and my favorite thing lately is that you keep posting awesome music I’ve never heard of before. I’ve been in such a musical rut lately that it makes my day to come here and see that you have new music up. Plus it’s great publicity for the musicians you feature because I’ve already bought most of the songs or albums you posted. Keep it up!


Alex / HeadUp says:

November 10, 2008 at 9:19 am

o9 is an interesting character, I only have one track from him, a remix for ilkae off Bovine Rearrangement (which I’m sure I’ve mentioned ilkae around here before). It’s simply called ilkae – untitled (o9 remix), and it’s one of those IDM tracks that changes everything up about a minute into the song. Goes from a cavernous and somewhat glitchy, disjointed warmup with echoes of the original ilkae track (pear vale, off the album pistachio island), then changing gears into a bass-heavy machine-like tirade, lurching along as it smashes glitch effects under-foot. Very cool abstract track that sparks some interesting imagery in my mind.


Sebastian says:

November 10, 2008 at 7:44 pm

It’s grating to see errors on such a great blog. Fantastic music picks, as always

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