Amidst the samplings of personal inspiration and hype for that weekend I’d mentioned a tune last week from Forecast Label in Paris. Got to digging and found fathoms of great tunes from these annihilators by Breitlitz aka BRTZ to lots more Sir S’qui as well. Detroit’s Bale Defoe, that released his solo EP on Ele Records a little over a year ago, has got a great sounding independent venture called Loitering in Public Places that drops tomorrow. Preorders are available in the link of course. Gonna leave with this toughy from Priori on ASL Singles Club out of Canada. It’s got some underwater tech vibes that are helping me cope with these last minute seasonal swings occurring here in Kentucky. Let’s do this again next week shall we?
HOSH wants to bring a bit of Brazil to you, so thumb up whatever streaming platform you have deemed worthy of your monthly bucks, and call up his fantastic new mixed compilation Become One @ Warung. You’ll not regret it, if your a fan of dark atmospheric shimmers and lazer fingering euphoria! ‘Channa Six’ is a new one out from DJ Rocca, and it’s dark! With some shades of Simple Minds and other such late 80’s early 90’s synth luminaries, this one will take you to Gent and back and steal your eyeliner. We had the joy of hanging out with the owner of Me Me Me this weekend, and Man Power’s label continues to radiate the heat of a thousand suns! Check out ‘The Serpent’ from Ian Blevins for toasty proof!
Queen Peach strikes again, this time it's a feature for Melbourne Deepcast. The London via Toronto based producer/DJ has been making rounds in the club-o-sphere for quite some time now, but found a little bit of it to record a mix that she perfectly describes as "coming back from the club in daylight and staying up to chat more with your pals". A little bit o' cloudy italo goodness, shuffle-y two steppers, plenty of deepness and even more sounds that aren't strictly designed for the dance floor can all be found here. One seriously infectious track she played that I had to look up was Slim Media Player's "Quicksand" off Pacific Rhythm, just wait till the flute/vocal loop come in, trust me. Definitely peep the bandcamp version for that exclusive remix too. I'll leave y'all with an early garage house gem, DSK's "What Would We Do", jack on a budget ya dig?