Combing through some Tom Ellis discography after seeing his newest EP on Dokutoku up on some sites I shop on, I came across this scrumptious minimal-esque affair. Music for the Symbol Minded is packed with great builders to really elevate your warm up sets with unexpected class. The primped and properly hair sprayed Super Drama have a new digital release dropping just in time for the weekend. The Ransom Note premiered the original while the remix from Discwoman’s Ciel is one you’ll just have to seek out on your own. Will end out my contributions this week with some acid feelings from good ol’ Scott Franka and his tune Francine on Stealth Mission in Germany and catch y’all next time. Bye now!
Been looking for a tingly feeling in my particles, and along comes Stiven Escarraga with the perfect remedy; ‘Particles Groove’ is out now with some tasty remixes, but the orig is the one that delivers the most! James Curd is a real legend of jackin’ house, partly because of his ability to affix the classic jacking grooves with seemingly left-field textures like mardi-gras jazz and indie/new wave. This week though he’s bringing the ludicrous heat - sometimes you laugh at music and it’s a good thing; ‘Show Me What You Got’ is less giant alien heads getting schwifty and more of a cheesy grin inducing butt shuffler, and you need it right now! Lets finish up with feelings, sing our hearts out to ‘Bernice’ by William Djoko a wicked squish of funky keys and clangy percussion!
Good heavens there's been some serious dance (disco) heat released this past week. Dan Shake is toppin the ol' bandcamp charts with his acid burner 'Freak', and understandably so, takin that GQ sample and pushin' it. Speakin' of New York, Frendzone is releasing their second EP soon and it's full of breaks, keys, big basslines, sheesh, what more could you want? Personally, It's hard for me to decide between Ames Henry's solo cut 'Tribute' and his collab with Paul Kav in 'Business In Hasenheide', but all of the cuts are so dang good. This next one was delayed a bit due to the pressing plant, set to be released toward the end of the month though, from CGI Records in Atlanta. The mini album 'Dumpster Diving Know-How' from Poland based FOQL is all things gritty, harsh, acidic, go on and check out her new music video for 'Architect Was Crazy'. Till next week y'all.