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Stroking Walls

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It’s only snippet but diggin this remix and soon to be released track from Affect!, originally produced by Alerch. Check it

Alerch – Stroking Walls (Affect! Remix)

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Seesaw

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Four Tet shares his club version of a track released last year with Jamie xx and Romy. The changes he makes sends this version into the magical make-believe land of musical surrealism.

And listen I get that makes zero sense, but in order to motivate myself to keep posting I’m just gonna post tracks I love regardless of their release date and with no care in the world to try to sound like a real music blog because one, I suck at writing and two, this is ultimately for me  & those who are interested in hearing tracks I share. Have a wonderful day!

Jamie xx + Four Tet + Romy – Seesaw (club version)

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Here’s a slow builder off a recent mix I heard. No need for a big drop here with this slow rolling bass. Take me to space!

Jex – Studio E

Diffraction

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Well it’s been 4 months since I posted so here’s my feeble attempt at getting back in the game. First up, Com Truise with some cosmic sonic sounds for your ear wholes. YES!

Com Truise – Diffraction

Fight

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I love Nicolas Jaar’s new track “Flight.” It’s an eclectic journey. Since I am not a good enough writer to review a song like this here’s RA’s: “The sudden end of Darkside seemed drastic when the news broke, but maybe it was a necessary catalyst. Since Nicolas Jaar abandoned his spacey rock band, he’s put out some of the best music of his career—all in a flurry of activity that makes me think of when he was a precocious teenager with something to prove. In addition to his sometimes-brilliant, sometimes-befuddling soundtrack for The Color Of Pomegranates, he’s been working through a stellar series called Nymphs. The fourth installment, this time on R&S, presents the same set of sounds in a tighter, techno-influenced framework.

Like the other Nymphs tracks, “Fight” is long. It’s nine minutes and takes its time going anywhere. This one skates on slippery chords, whose oily sheen points back towards early Hessle Audio. Swooping in and out of more ambient passages, “Fight” feels like it’s always teasing us, holding something back until the breakdown—buoyed by Jaar’s half-mumbled vocals, as usual—when it slams into a surprisingly aggressive second phase. But even this is tempered by the producer’s distinct aloofness. It makes “Fight” feel like techno sent through a labyrinth of sharp turns. He’s on a real tear right now, and the excited rush of “Fight” accentuates that feeling, but it’s also considered and eccentric. Jaar’s exploratory nature can get the best of him, but here it’s tuned just right.”

Nicolas Jaar – Fight

Leave A Trace

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Here’s a euphoric remix from Four Tet on CHVRCHES newer track, Leave a Trace. I am still barely settled in my new job, post wedding & honeymoon, but for anyone following this blog I promise to start posting tracks.

CHVRCHES – Leave A Trace (Four Tet Remix)