Glass Diamond – “Girls & Boys” (Medicine 8 E-Street Vox Mix) (Audio) (Trashmouth Records)
May 22, 2012 § Leave a comment
It’s a beautiful day in London today, and I recommend an audio garnish of Medicine 8’s suitably uplifting remix of their own recent signing, Glass Diamond. Courtesy of the London-based duo’s Trashmouth Records and available as a digital-only release on June 3rd, Girls & Boys is doubtless the sweetest Disco-infused portent of Summer you’re likely to hear. Please enjoy irresponsibly.
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The Simonsound – “Transmission No.1” (Audio)
May 21, 2012 § Leave a comment
Sci-fi/ Library mix from the UK’s electro/sonic conjuring duo, The Simonsound:
The first Simonsound Transmission …… from inner space to outer space. Features music from pioneering electronic composer Fred Judd, Canadian pop-psych group The Sugar Shoppe and British jazz artist Bob
Downes amongst further library mood music, spaced out rock and electronics.
Phon.o – “ABAW 723” (50 Weapons)
October 12, 2011 § Leave a comment
Track from Berlin-based producer Phon.o’s recent ABAW 723/Sad Happiness EP on 50 Weapons.
Image by Max Capacity.
Thom Yorke – “MoneyBack Mix”
September 26, 2011 § Leave a comment
La Fine Equipe – “Borodinsky” (Nowadays Records) (Audio)
August 24, 2011 § Leave a comment
Tommy Four Seven – “Sor” (CLR) / Funki Porcini – “The Devil Drives” (Ninja Tune)
August 22, 2011 § Leave a comment
Hello. Eclect Elect has returned after a lengthy absence consisting of house move, lack of internet and lovely dog adoption. More information on the great life event that is finally adopting ones own dog will surely follow, but for now I offer you some celebratory music and dancing courtesy of Tommy Four Seven/ The29Nov Films and Funki Porcini/ Luis Buñuel. Enjoy!
Flatwarming Mix For Me By Nic Stark
June 29, 2011 § Leave a comment
Recently, reader, I was found to be miserable and complaining about the godawful trials of trying to relocate oneself in London. Today, however, I can happily report that my persistence has paid off and I’ll soon be moving to an uncannily suitable flat with two gardens and permission to realise my life-long dream of canine companionship (note: not that which is pictured above as that is Eames’ Case Study House #8, here not for its socio-architectural importance, but illustrative dream home purposes.) My rather particular criteria was further met by total lack of carpet (I don’t like carpet and I can’t stand to touch it as it makes me feel like I feel when I think about the process of dry cleaning i.e. most peculiar,) bath with shower over (I like to rinse) and a private entrance (my entrance is not something I like to share.)
In honour of this great event, Nic Stark of All The Pieces Matter has very kindly made a flatwarming mix just for me (please see below for the tracklist.) Aren’t I a lucky girl, eh? So it’s a big thank you to Nic for marking this fortunate event with the joyous gift that is music, and it’s a big thank you to me for all the dedicated hard work I put in that has finally paid off (well done, me!) And if this isn’t the winter of my discontent, I expect you can refer to me, permanently, as Fifi ‘D-Fens’ Wilson.
Lalo Schifrin : The Eagle Has Landed
Don Gere : Werewolves on Wheels
Brainticket : Radacacuca
Damon : Don’t You Feel Me
Lalo Schifrin : Sherman Holiday Inn
Chico Arnaz & His Latin American Orchestra : Yashmak
Omar Khorshid : Guitar El Chark (Guitar of the Orient)
Figen Han : Haydi Bastir
Okay Temiz : Denizalti Rüzgarlan
Wadih Essafi : Aandak Baharia Ya Rayess
Fairuz : Andi Ana Haneed
The Brogues : I Ain’t No Miracle Worker
Count Five : Psychotic Reaction
The Sonics : Psycho
The Human Beinz : Nobody But Me
The Monks : Black Monk Time
Bob Seger : Rambling, Gambling Man
Redbone : Witch Queen of New Orleans
Jimi Hendrix : Crosstown Traffic
Black Merda : Cynthy Ruth
Rhythm Heritage : Theme From Swat
The Fabulous Mark III : Psycho Pt 1
Manu Dibango : African Battle
Chairman Kato – Live At Camp 28/5/11
May 30, 2011 § Leave a comment
Footage from Chairman Kato’s live show at The Camp Basement, London, courtesy of Awkward Movements.