Holy Ghost! is a band from New York, signed on James Murphy’s DFA records. They have been releasing music for the past ten years or so, including a couple of albums: their first self titled album in 2011 and the great ‘Dynamics’ two years later. Their latest output is a four-track killer EP called ‘Crime Cutz’ and this is the one that interests us here.
From London, Canada to London, U-K, Dan Snaith has been through horizons and styles as diverse as progressive rock, free-jazz and electronic music. Formerly known as Manitoba, and also releasing as Daphni, his bubbling creativity is only matched by his great open-mindedness. Last year he set another milestone in a carrer without fail by recording his first “BBC Essential Mix” which was voted the Best Essential Mix of 2014. Follow us as we take on a two-hour trip through the limitless world of Caribou.
Today I take you on a journey to a country we have not been yet, a land which is often unfairly forgotten in terms of electronic music, a nation being eclipsed by its shiny neighbours: I am talking about the great Italy. UK took the bass, Germany the techno, France the electro and Spain got Ibiza. What’s left for Italy then ? Italo-disco, amigo mio. Let the dutch master I-F guide you via Rimini, Roma and Milano.
As you might have noticed (if not, just take a look outside), summer has finally landed in Europe and is now well established. And I love it. I love sun, I love heat, I love rolling in the grass, I love making sand castles, I love play ing water games in the swimming pool. Wait, a swimming pool ? We need some appropriate music then. But don’t worry: Breakbot, Goldroom and Get A Room! all have the situation well in hand. Sit back, grab a cocktail, put your feet in the water and press play: doesn’t it feel good ?
What if I told you that you can play three tracks at the same time and still make it sound amazing. Well, maybe you can’t, but The Twelves sure can. Be prepared for two hours of serious dancing, lyrics shouting and effortless smiling.
Community, passion and love: that is what Mister Saturday Night is made of. Based on what a real party is primarily about (a group of friends having fun together), Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter have created one the best nights in New York right now. Read how they achieved this and experience it yourself with this 2 hours mix recorded for their 100th party last year. Welcome home.
What does Ronald Reagan, Pacman and the Depeche Mode song ‘Just Can’t Get Enough’ have in common ? They all date back to 1980. This, and many other things, can be learnt in the awesome Decade Mixes from the australian duo Flight Facilities. Passengers, please proceed to boarding.
While the winter has never been so long in Europe, brighten your day with this short yet dense mix from Daft Punk collaborator DJ Falcon. Shiny and sunny electro-disco all the way ! You can start smiling.