So Boy George is makin a comeback with The Dharma Protocol Project. ‘Pscyhemagik gives the track their trademark treatment of blissed-out disco.’
Boy George and The Dharma Protocol – Coming Homes (Pscyhemagik)
”The aural equivalent of sipping an ice-cold Pimms on the balcony of your council estate flat” – Dazed and Confused Bondax’s evocative music seems to drift between urban sonic landscapes, avoiding classification. Incorporating elements of post-dubstep, R&B, and garage, the Lancaster based duo craft an intimate, electronic bliss that reveals something new with each repeated play. Despite the fact that Adam and George are still enjoying their teens…”
The fast rising house duo from the UK is about to embark on their first headline tour this Fall. To celebrate this occasion they released this monster remix of Blackstreet’s “No Diggity.” Heeatter.
Blackstreet – No Diggity (Bondax Remix)
‘If people think of Switzerland, they think of green meadows, clear water, snow-covered mountain tops and fresh air. In the world of electronic music they think of soulful house music and a history of great parties and clubs. It is in both these environments that Marco Biagini aka KELLERKIND grows up in. In the small and rural town of Solothurn KELLERKIND discoveres Chicago house music in the local clubs and becomes fully infected with the virus of house music. 15 years later, KELLERKIND has become an irreplaceable figure in the Swiss electronic music scene.’
Kellerkind – Disco On The Dancefloor
“Music that touches the listener has a certain necessity in its core – a kind of lure that very well encapsulates Jesper Ryom’s musical universe.
With samples fetched from an admirably eclectic music collection, and with a penchant for hip-hop, dub and self-played guitar riffs, he puts together atmospheres that have so much essentiality in them, that they instantly possess the listener.
Whether it’s reflective house chords or delicately drawling dub beats that are in focus, there’s a continuous presence and playfulness spreading through his very idiosyncratic sound.” – RA
Jesper Ryom – Ghostery
Today here’s an awesome track from Disclosure titled “You Used To Hold Me.” It’s their Bootleg of the late 80′s Ralphi Rosario. I first got into electronic music in the early 90′s and there was an old track that sampled this same song so naturally I am drawn to it.
We all know the album ‘Settle’ is crushing it so here’s something fresh. There’s a video floating around too you should check out of this track.
Disclosure – You Used To Hold Me