måndag 17 november 2014

>> Epic Swedish ballad perfect for a Monday

I saw this band live like 10 years ago, in my home town Gothenburg in a small club. Great concert. This song Nostalgia Locomotive featuring Kris Le Man singing. She had an own band back in the days called Le Mans.

This single was a smash hit and has this epic feel to it like its been around forever.
Album: A night at the zoo released at National 2004

torsdag 6 november 2014

>> Mdou Moctar drummer got rhythm

Mdou Moctar is a Tuareg songwriter and musician based in Agadez, Niger, and is one of the first musicians to perform modern electronic adaptations of Tuareg guitar music.

Check it out!

onsdag 5 november 2014

>> Amazing Frank Ocean cover

This guy Shaheen Jafargholi was at age of 12 invited by Micheal Jackson to sing at his concerts in London... Michael saw him on youtube performing his Who's Loving You and really liked it. Well Michael sadly died so Shaheen was instead asked by Michaels family to sing that song at his funeral....which he did.

Here he is now at the age of 17, still got the voice...covering Frank Ocean.

2009, Whos loving you

torsdag 22 november 2012

>> Late Nite Tuff Guy vs. Soul II Soul

To Life...

...by Late Nite Tuff Guy. A classic hit from 1989 by Soul II Soul. Also, check out his edit of another classic, Glow Of Love by Change, released this year on Disco Deviance. I´ve heard tons of remixes but none as good!

söndag 4 november 2012

>> Blue Note Records on the move


...by legendary hard-bop jazz label Blue Note, founded 1939 in New York.

söndag 28 oktober 2012

lördag 27 oktober 2012

>> Outstanding


 Hi there sucker of music!

Here is a track I really like and ususally use as a bridge between cocktail mode to dancefloor movements. 100BPM

Happy Saturday!

Toomy Disco a.k.a Mariano Iliuta from Buenos Aires
Toomy Disco - Outstanding

fredag 26 oktober 2012

>> Sinkane


I like Sinkane, do you? That's an alias of Ahmed Gallab, a solo recording artist from Columbus, Ohio. His percussion-heavy style of music draws from a wide range of influences, most noticeably free jazz to....hmm My Bloody Valentine. But who gives a shit, really.  Born in Sudan, Gallab and his family fled to the United States when he was six years old. He made his full-length album debut in 2008 on Emergency Umbrella Records with Color Voice. Also in 2008 he toured as the drummer of Caribou and Of Montreal.

Now he released his second album Mars. It looks like this.

I like Makin Time from that album, lets listen!

torsdag 25 oktober 2012

>> Tame Impala vs. Erol Alkan vs. Daft Punk

Even though Tame Impala fits perfectly in the category "worse band names ever", they're a great hope for guitar based music. And Public Enemy were wrong, I do believe the hype, if its justified. Music is usually good when you don't even reflect over such niggling things as a bands name. Well, I just did... but you get the point. Is The Beatles a great band name? No, that's right, its horrible but you never really thought about it as you were too much in trance digging Strawberry Fields...

Tame Impala, a bunch of avant-garde youngsters from the number four city of Australia, Perth. Their music could be described as psychedelic rock/neo-psychedelia/dream pop/space rock. But really, who gives a fuck anyway, just listen. They released their second album Lonerism on Modular Recordings now in October.

As a bass player and if playing rock, I would love to play in this band!

Song from new album Lonerism

Erol Alkan is a London-based Turkish producer. I don't love his music and re-works but this is a good tasty edit. Why Don't You Make Up You Mind from Impalas debut album InnerSpeaker [2010]  

I also give you Daft Punk v.s Tame Impala from the Tron soundtrack [2010]