Long-standing Dutch electronic producer David Douglas pops up on these parts every now and again with new music.

His latest album Spectators of the Universe arrived in March on Atomnation and continues is forays into electronic synth, funk bass and deep disco rhythms.

‘C’est La Vie’ is an album cut with a vintage arpeggio feel. For the remix, Belfast-based producer LOR has stretched its time code, and placed in its DNA some darker energies.

Enjoy Lor’s Arthur Russell edit.

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Posted on May 3rd, 2017

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I was a fan of Dutch producer David DouglasRoyal Horticultural Society EP from 2012. The EP’s electronic synth, funk bass, deep disco rhythms with soulful vocal samples spawned a Solar Bears remix.

After a quiet year, Douglas is back with news of an album, Moon Observations, coming out on Atomnation later this year but before that ‘Higher’ is a track which repeats the same trick as his previous EP with twisted self-recorded vocal samples forming the basis of the hook while bass reverberates and muted disco handclaps and percussion add up to his unique sound. I recommend listening to it a couple of times in a row to let it sink in.

The track will be released along with remixes from Throwing Snow and Atomnation buddies Weavel and Mattheis on January 27th.

Posted on January 13th, 2014

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Utrecht-based Dutch producer David Douglas‘ debut EP Royal Horticultural Society is an impressive meld of electronic synth, funk bass, deep disco rhythms with soulful vocal samples and twinkling celestial keys. There’s a vein of analogue dance textures running through the tracks giving the tracks an extra club dimension. Douglas is also a video director (who has directed Daniel “Gotta Get Through This” Bedingfield) and has such the man has made a video for the free-download opening track ‘California Poppy’.

Watch the video and then listen to the EP after the more. A Solar Bears remix is forthcoming. That will be a good match.


Listen to the EP…→

Posted on July 13th, 2012

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