Monthly Archives: September 2010

Mochipet, Rusko

Saw these two a couple of days ago, and I gotta say, it was a really strong show. Impressive all around. I had only listened to Mochipet a little beforehand, but really enjoyed how they worked a small, listless crowd … Continue reading

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Conspiracy Theory

Oh Midnight Conspiracy is really good. I’ve listened to their mix of Crystal Castles – ‘Crimewave‘ at least a hundred times over the last 6 months. They also did a haunting version of C.C.’s ‘Vietnam.” It takes almost a minute … Continue reading

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Pray to the ‘Of Porcelain’ God

Sometimes I forget that the Glitch Mob, easily my favorite electro-glitch-hop trio (former 4th member Kraddy went solo) is made up of three distinct, and individually talented, members that manage to work some serious lustrous magic together. Ooah caught my … Continue reading

Posted in Dance Video, Kraddy, Of Porcelain, Ooah, The Glitch Mob | 1 Comment

Aeroplane – September 2010 Mix

I like Aeroplane mixes. A lot. They continue to surprise, yet still all feel peacefully similar. Airy, light, and undeniably dancy. The September mix came out earlier this week, and its oodles of fun. Here is the track listing: 1.Bostro … Continue reading

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I <3 Nelly Furtado

Quirky folk artist turned made-for-the-club pop star, perhaps, but Nelly Kim Furtado (she was named for Soviet gymnast Nellie Kim, thanks Wikipedia!) has put out some hot, hot tunes. Check out this dreamy version of ‘Say it Right‘ by Tom … Continue reading

Posted in G31, Nelly Furtado, Timbaland, Tom Molloy | 1 Comment

(s)Woon

Oh my. Jamie Woon is new to me (just heard on Aeroplane’s September Mix), but there is something about that voice that totally has me swooning. The overall feel of ‘Night Air‘ is very downtempo and relaxed, perfect for an … Continue reading

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Thunder Down Under

Sometime over the last decade electro-pop-rock advanced up to Australia’s third largest export (rough estimation). I have had Cut Copy, The Presets, and Empire of the Sun, all on some serious play-incessantly-on-repeat action at different times, and right now I … Continue reading

Posted in Cut Copy, Empire of the Sun, Pendulum, Running, The Presets | 2 Comments