Great new relaxed balearic rework by Mister LEFTSIDE WOBBLE (Duke & Duchess) for David Bowie’s masterpiece “Sound and vision”. Check out his soundcloud for not only the amazing amount of tracks/edits/reowrks he did between dub, funk, disco & house, but also for the quality he always reaches.
As some of you know, I am sitting here in the south of France enjoying my lazy holidays. It’s funny to see how the French always come up with these “French-Pop” summer anthems. This one by PENDENTIF from Bordeaux sounds like THE SMITHS spend some time on the beach in Saint Tropez next to a Disco. Of course, we all know since Serge Gainsbourg, there is some erotic vibes connected to these summer songs. Watch the video here and catch this earworm!
Almost missed this one (unforgivable…) . Sorry Mister Boots! U.S. producer MOON BOOTS just doesn’t disappoint. New track “Love Strong” is another discofied House-track, ready for every advanced dancefloor. Free D.L. (Plus his awesome remix for BONDAX again, which you could have found here some weeks ago)
These two frnechies from Rennes look like they will be storming the hearts of many people this year. New single “Fantasy” has all the ingredients for an Indie-Disco-HIT-SMASHER! Nerdy, but soulful vocals, a stomping disco beat and a chorus to singalong on every cool fetsival. Watch out TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB!
in case you missed their last single, which I raved about here some weeks ago:
Next contender in the unbeatable LATE NIGHT TALES mix-series are Scandinavian mellow-poppers ROYKSOPP. Their trip through the night features all kinds of styles, sliding from light folk to softrock-pop to widescreen ambience to experimental rock to prog-pop. Ecclectic, but beautiful.
With tracks by Rare Bird, Australian supergroup Little River Band, John Martyn, German psych-popper Richard Schneider Jnr (featuring none other than Can’s Jaki Leibezeit on drums), France’s unique F.R. David and the new age melodies of Switzerland’s Andreas Vollenweider, plus XTC and Thomas Dolby, as well as Röyksopp’s exclusive cover of Depeche Mode’s ‘Ice Machine’ and brand new track opening Daddys Groove.