Sunday #275

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November 20th, 2016
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This week’s Sunday track comes from Istanbul/Bath’s producer Aleksandir with his tune “Turtle Dance”, a quality slice of hazy, dreamy house. Taken from his debut mini-album “The Turtle Nipper”, a well-crafted, deep six-tracker out now on limited hand-stamped 12″ vinyl through North Yorkshire label Blind Jacks Journey. Pick up your copy here.

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“20 Tracks For 200 Sundays” | A Mixtape by La.Ga.Sta.

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Cubicolor: “Fictionalise (Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas Remix)”

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November 19th, 2016
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Norwegian space-disco maestros Lindstrøm and Prins Thomas have joined forces once again for new remix collaborations this fall. It’s only been a week since we heard them reworking of Shura’s “Nothing’s Real”, their first collaborative remix since 2012, and they’re already back with yet another classy remix. Feast your ears on Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas’ 10-minute cosmic rework of “Fictionalise”, the latest single from Dutch electronic outfit Cubicolor. The original track is lifted from the trio’s recent debut LP “Brainsugar” on Anjunadeep. Grab a copy of Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas’ remix of “Fictionalise” here.

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Neneh Cherry & The Thing: “Cashback” [Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas Remix]

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Woolfy Vs. Projections: “Not My Lover (Benjamin Fröhlich Uptown Remix)

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November 19th, 2016
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Munich’s Benjamin Fröhlich, co-founder of the ever-excellent Permanent Vacation imprint, has delivered four different dubby versions of Woolfy Vs. Projections’s tracks “Not My Lover” and “Walkaway”, taken from the California duo’s 2015 third studio album “Stations”. It’s a well-crafted EP for late night rides, mellow evenings and everything in between. Our favorite cut from the release is Benjamin Fröhlich’s “Uptown” remix of “Not My Lover”, a superb dubbed-out version with a tropical feel. Give it a spin above, and enjoy the ride.

The “Woolfy vs. Projections – The Benjamin Fröhlich Versions” is out now on Permanent Vacation. Grab yourself a copy of the EP here.

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Woolfy Vs. Projections: “Chances Are” [Man Power Remix]

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Moullinex: “In Need Of Love” Mixtape

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November 19th, 2016
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Portuguese producer/DJ Luis Clara Gomes, aka Moullinex, is back with a new mixtape called “In Need Of Love”. It’s an eclectic mix of soulful house, disco, jazzy tracks and some unreleased edits from the man himself. In times like this, all we need is love.

In his own words: “In terrible times one needs to turn back to music for healing. I hadn’t recorded a mixtape in over a year, and it felt like the right moment to say something. As Gil Scott Heron said, now it’s Winter in America, and Winter is coming to the rest of the world. May we meet each other in music and celebrate togetherness. A bunch of unreleased music in here. A little edit i did just for the occasion. Sunny jams with the occasional melancholic tune.”

Tracklist:
Gil Scott-Heron​ – Winter In America (Moullinex Edit)
Harvey Sutherland​ – Bamboo
Mac Miller​ feat. Anderson .Paak​ – Dang! (Moullinex Edit)
Laurence Guy​ – Bamboo
Joey Negro​ & The Sunburst Band​ – Here Comes The Sunburst Band (Fouk​ Remix)
HNNY​ – Hotline Riddim (Jacques Renault​ Edit)
Oma Nata​ – ?
? – ?
Marcus Marr​ – Rocketship
Ron Basejam​ – The Carrington Spirituals
OPOLOPO​ – Get On Up
Sadam Ant – Baby Brother (Dj Fudge​ Remix)
Lxury​ – J.A.W.S
Rinocerose – Fighting the Machine (Moullinex Remix)
The Black Madonna​ – A Jealous Heart Never Rests
? – ?
KiNK​ – Strings

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Moullinex & Lorenz Rhode: “What U Do”

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Bag Raiders: “Beat Me To The Punch” (feat. Mayer Hawthorne)

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November 18th, 2016
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The last time we heard from Bag Raiders, the Australian duo of Chris Stracey and Jack Glass, was early this year, when they dropped their superb “Checkmate” EP. Now, they’re back with their surprise new single “Beat Me To The Punch”, and it’s about as catchy as it gets. On this track, Bag Raiders have teamed up with everyone’s favorite blue-eyed soul crooner Mayer Hawthorne to deliver a delicious electro-pop jam. It’s yet another taste from the pair’s long-awaited sophomore album, the follow-up to 2010’s self-titled debut LP, which is expected to drop early next year.

The single “Beat Me To the Punch” is out now on Modular. Buy it here.

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Bag Raiders: “Checkmate” (feat. Benjamin Joseph)

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Roland Tings: “Eyes Closed”

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November 16th, 2016
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Melbourne-based dance producer Rohan Newman, aka Roland Tings, who has wowed us with last year’s self-titled debut album on Prins Thomas’ acclaimed label Internasjonal, makes a welcome return with his great new single “Eyes Closed”. The six-minute track, which marks his debut release on Cascine, is a sun-drenched, euphoric house affair. It’s taken from his forthcoming new EP, which is expected to arrive early next year.

Following years living in Melbourne, Tings’ escaped to a house on NSW’s Central Coast to write “Eyes Closed”, about which he says: “I wanted to make something that sounded like total release, coming out of a dark place into somewhere filled with light.”

“Eyes Closed” is out now via Cascine. Get it here.

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Roland Tings: “Hedonist”

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Factory Floor: “Wave” Video

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November 16th, 2016
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London duo Factory Floor, consisting of Gabe Gurnsey and Nik Void, recently dropped their second album “25 25” for DFA Records, and today they’ve shared a new video for “Wave”, one of the record’s standout cuts. Directed and edited by Factory Floor’s Gabe Gurnsey, the clip was shot over a three week period and observes a frenetic journey from the urban sprawl to the rural landscape of the English/Welsh borders. “Much like the album contents and lyrics the idea was to leave the video to the viewers/listeners own interpretation, sitting somewhere between abstract and suggestive,” he says.

The album “25 25” is out now via DFA. Get it here.

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Factory Floor: “Ya”

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Midnight Magic: “Malibu Fun”

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November 16th, 2016
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After dropping the baseline driven, dancefloor filler “I Gotta Feeling” last month, Brooklyn disco ensemble Midnight Magic have shared another new track from their upcoming second LP “Free From Your Spell”. Take a ride with “Malibu Fun”, a finely crafted, slow-burning disco affair driven by the enormous vocals of chanteuse Tiffany Roth. “Malibu Fun” is arguably one of the record’s highlights. The 11-track album “Free From Your Spell”, which follows 2012’s debut LP “Walking The Midnight Streets” and 2013’s “Midnight Creepers” compilation on Permanent Vacation, arrives November 18th on Soul Clap Records. Below, you can stream a quality remix of “I Gotta Feeling” by Brooklyn neighbour Jacques Renault.

Pre-order the album “Free From Your Spell” here.

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Midnight Magic: “I Gotta Feeling”

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Kllo: “Walls To Build (Mall Grab Remix)”

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November 16th, 2016
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Melbourne’s Kllo, the duo of cousins Simon Lam and Chloe Kaul, have shared a new remix of their single “Walls To Build”, taken from their recent sophomore EP “Well Worn”. Handpicked by Kllo, fellow Aussie producer Jordon Alexander, better known as Mall Grab, delivers a superb rework of the track, turning Kllo’s smart pop into low light R&B, showcasing the duo’s wide, cross-genre appeal. Perfect for a late-night drive.

The “Well Worn” EP is out now on Ghostly/Different Recordings. Get it here.

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Mall Grab: “Father”

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Mano Le Tough: Essential Mix

DATE:
November 15th, 2016
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“The pallor of the up all night, drawing on the dawning day…”

Berlin-based Irishmen Neil Mannion, aka Mano Le Tough, made his BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix debut back in October, and it was an epic two-hour journey. This great mix features quality tunes from his Maeve labelmate Baikal, Daniel Avery, Roam Flügel, Blawan, and many more. You can now download the uninterrupted version of the mix for free below.

Download it for free here.

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Mano Le Tough: “Energy Flow” [DJ Koze Miles & More Remix]

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