Worship, of Geneva, Switzerland released a new track yesterday. I assume it will be a part of an upcoming release as he’s been hard at work trying to bring us new space cat tunes. This picture is taken directly from his soundcloud FYI.
“Worship spent most of his teenage years in his parents’ basement playing with old synthesizers. As he was way ahead of his time back then, he forgot all about them synths throughout his college years – until he discovered kavinsky and the greatness of valerie which brought him straight back to his first love, ending up with ‘the dome’, a compilation of three wonderful handcrafted epic synth anthems. ‘lights’ is my favorite but feel free to serve yourself and choose your own!”
Worship – Saturn 4
So today is Valentine’s Day. While I do think it’s a crock that this day is essentially a corporate marketer’s capitalistic dream day in which they prey on those in love and those who are not, I don’t think it’s a bad day by any means. Girlfriend, boyfriend, husband, wife, single, etc… it doesn’t really matter. If anything perhaps this day can remind us to appreciate our friends and family whom always love us and that we in turn, should give that same love back.
I always hope that this world will one day have more love than hate in it. It’s a lot to hope for, but I will do my best to ensure my personal world and those around me will be engulfed in happiness as much as possible. This is a sappy post for sure, but tell me I’m wrong.
Ok now on to the tunes.
Shook – Something About You
Together – So Much Love to Give (Viceroy Remix)
Daft Punk – Something About Us (Cherokee Remix)
Blackmill – Light
Jill Scott – Love Rain (Signal To One Remix)
I am loving this tune by Benoit & Sergio… my DC homeboys. Although neither one of them grew up in DC, it’s always nice to see some talent coming outta that citaaaayy. Musically DC doesn’t get much credit in the electronic game.
“The duo draws from influences mostly uncommon to the house and techno zeitgeist; bands like Talking Heads, Pavement and Roxy Music are sources of inspiration, along with contemporary electronic acts like Thomas Melchior and Ricardo Villalobos. All these influences resonate clearly in their music, joined by a kind of sexualized melodrama that makes its way into lyrics about loneliness, French girls, wine and Ferraris. Yet while their lyrics might speak of loneliness, their recent releases have been crowding dance floors.”
Benoit & Sergio – Everybody