think i just found one of the weirder sounds out there…
Living with anxiety can really suck sometimes. Here’s a song I find can often help.
The song is called Sky and Sand, composed by German producer Paul Kalkbrenner.
Daniel Avery gig
Was lucky enough to see Daniel Avery this weekend! For those who don’t know, Avery is a London based DJ on Erol Alkan’s record label Phantasy Sound. His sets tend to mix between techno & house, but with acid almost always running through it to varying degrees. I saw him at Cosmic Ballroom presented by Ape-X events.
He closed with two tracks from his debut LP, Drone Logic. You can find Spotify links to both at the bottom of this post. Both tracks are two of my current favourites, but I have to say, Knowing We’ll Be Here is one of the most perfect “last song of the night” tunes you are likely to hear.
Two stand out upcoming gigs for Avery come on New Year’s eve & New Year’s day, playing at Fabric and The Warehouse Project respectively.
A prehaps lesser known side to Limmy is the fact he produces his own music! In fact you can see for yourself, check his Soundcloud here!
They are often piss-takes or little pieces from his sketches. However, this one is actually a proper track believe it or not, despite the ironic title.
I present to you, Limmy – Upbeat.
Ambient German electro
Had this tune from one of the leaders of the electronic scene for a while now. Flugel’s ambient style gives off a very “after party” kind of vibe to this tune. For me it epitomises the closed off from your surroundings feeling electronic music is famous for! One of my personal favourites.
House & Disco with a cosmic twist!
One heck of a funky track. Epiphany Five is a mixture of house and disco with a cosmic twist from London based DJ Harry Wolfman. The track was released as part of his Ulubis EP on record label The House Of Disco. You can catch their Facebook page here!