Midas Melancholy

February 27, 2009

Here’s a song I can play over & over again [and believe me, I have]: Board of Canada’s infectious synth take on Midnight Star’s ‘Midas Touch’, now lovingly re-synched to the original video.

A Moomat re-blog…


…And On Rhodes

February 27, 2009

Two Helsinkian dudes I don’t know jammin’ it out with Theo parrish.

Taken from the excellent OOFT Music blog…


OTAM Mix 11: Frodo – ‘Supplementing Vol. 5′

February 19, 2009

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The next mix in our series is a graceful dive into swelling, rhythmic house beats, connecting the dots between deephouse elements, electro pleansantries and soulful 4/4 rhythms. A brooding soundtrack for the developing and diverse Amsterdam scene.

Tracklist:
01. Archie Shepp – ‘Money Blues’
02. Theo Parrish – ‘Ugly Edit 5B1′
03. DJ Qu – ‘Somethin’ Ta Feel’
04. Rene Breitbarth – ‘Le Groove Rhodes’
05. Terrence Parker – ‘Your Love’
06. Juno 6 – ‘Molto In Basso’
07. Theo Parrish – ‘How I Feel’
08. Motorcitysoul – ‘Hatohay [Move D remix]’
09. Sten – ‘Third Season’
10. The Mountain People – ‘Mountain006.3′
11. Newworldaquarium – ‘Trespassers’
12. Robert Dietz – ‘The Sorrow’
13. Ron Trent – ‘I Feel The Rhythm’
14. Reggie Dokes – ‘Rain On Me’
15. Sten – ‘Unknown Faces’
16. Lerosa – ‘Baba’
17. Mark E – ‘Smokescreen’
18. Jill Scott – ‘Slowly Surely [Theo Parrish Remix]’

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OTAM Mix 11: Frodo – ‘Supplementing Vol. 5′


Japanese Minimalism

February 10, 2009

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Kyoto born Rei Harakami studied film and initially wanted to pursue a career writing scores; however, a demo tape of his electronic material sent to the Sublime label garnered him the opportunity to remix Ken Ishii and, later, to release his own material ranging from danceable house tracks to spacy, minimalistic translations of Japanese melodies and rhythms into reflective electronics on the 1997 album ‘Unrest‘. Delicate & precise.

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Rei Harakami – ‘Bioscape’


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