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March 3rd, 2007

An Ellen Allien diatribe

hype machine has promised a link update soon. until then:

ellen allien: trashscapes etc

To reiterate and simplify, it became frustrating to, in a sense, lose the mystery and the magic of Ellen to the grabbing hands grabbing all they could (all for themselves, after all)-many of these were the verysame electronic nay-sayers who claimed the music had no life, had no breath, had no heart and soul. These rock kids jumping wholesale on the “tech train” were the ones who, as I’ve been quoted as saying in far too many drunken bitch (or is it bpitch?) fits now, claim their favorite song is “Daft Punk Is Playing At My House” but wouldn’t know if Daft Punk WAS playing at their house (and wouldn’t dance if Bangalter was there or not).

Ellen Allien: Just A Woman

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February 28th, 2007

Lull Electronique A Bye


Hey all you monkeys wearing clothing:

there's new AIR over at res_mag, the new resonator mag feed. a sample:

Pocket Symphony is a lovely little whisp of an album that replaces the more jazz-influenced touches of Moon Safari and Talkie Walkie with a French lushpop sheen akin to early St Etienne minus Sarah Cracknell's ego-it's a slow, moment-by-moment and minute-to-minute affair, one that's relatively down-tempo in mood but fluid in movement.

Air: Photograph

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February 24th, 2007

Mama, we all gotta swing!

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February 23rd, 2007

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Here's a teaser:
Sneaky Soundsystem - UFO(Van She Tech Mix)

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February 21st, 2007

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February 20th, 2007

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February 17th, 2007

Switch and Wiggles

So yeah, Switch (aka Dave Taylor) is kinda the man.

Dave Taylor aka Switch

I'm going to give you 3 rock solid remixes he's done lately. These are all more hard glitchy-techno flavoured, with none of the dance-rock nicities a of my posts have (If you couldn't tell, I love me some bangers).

Freeform Five - No More Conversations (Switch Remix)

There have been quite a few "No More Conversations" remixes that have come around (with the original being quite good as well) but Switch's is by far the hardest of them. Starting out all innocent and playful, it falls into speaker distorting grime loops of.. steel? (wanted to say of flurry, but I think The Chemical Brothers beat me to that).

P Diddy ft Christina Aguilera - Tell Me (Switch_Remix)

I first heard this in a 25min set he did for radio1 and instantly fell in love with it. He takes all the best of the original and then adds in his awesome ability to completely chop, screw and dismantle a track --its just sick.. I don't have any better way of describing it.

The Black Ghosts - Face (Switch-remix).mp3

I used this to help open my ZOMG Deejay Mix (yes, i'm STILL plugging it) and loved it then, and still do now. Its got an almost tribal house sound to it, but then keeps up with the harder-edge basslines. Very nice if you haven't heard it yet.

Switch on Last.fm
Switch on MySpace

A bunch of his releases are up on Beatport as well (no direct link since I can't figure out how to do with within the flash interface).

Also new kick ass website coming on Monday. Are you kids ready?

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