Archive | October, 2018

Druzy – Move Right On

30 Oct

Druzy are back with their best track yet. ‘Move Right On’ is bubblegum 80s pop (think The Jets’ ‘Crush On You’) meets infomercial/aerobic workout video soundtrack. Fizzy synths and a delightful vocal feature heavily. Delightful.

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Go Dark – Violetest Red

29 Oct

The Knife and Crystal Castles are the obvious reference points for this duo. They have an album called ‘Neon Young’ coming via Bella Union (a mark of quality for sure) in January. ‘Violetest Red’ lulls you in at the beginning, with the soft swelling electronica, before exploding in a entirely different direction later on. Very interesting indeed.

Cavego – Kjeiken

29 Oct

Icy yet warm Norwegian disco is just what we all need this afternoon. Following his countrymen Todd Terje and Lindstrom into the genre meet Cavego. An EP, which sounds like it’s going to be delicious, is on the way.

HÆLOS – Buried In The Sand

28 Oct

‘Tango In The Night’-era Fleetwood Mac x Roisin Murphy at her grooviest x the jittery indie of Dirty Projectors = new HÆLOS. An epic and wonderful return.

 

Paula Tape – Agua Congas

28 Oct

Hypnotically rhythmic and thoroughly groovy seven minutes of fine and rather organic sounding disco-ey electronica complete with some stunning percussion. Remixes also worth a listen.

O Future – Smell You

27 Oct

Cinematic, dramatic disco with sweeping strings. There’s something proper decadent about this one. It feels like it should be the soundtrack to the exploration of a smoke filled jazz club in Twin Peaks.

Rosemary Fairweather – MTV

24 Oct

Beautifully dreamy and deliciously light synth pop from Rosemary on her new tune ‘MTV’. Think Shura at her most beguiling and chilled and you have it. An album follows in 2019.