Soulwax were the guests on the Essential Mix this past weekend. It was the Dwelele brothers first Essential Mix in 12 years and it takes the form of two parts.

The first part is ALL-NEW original material that clocks in at an hour with the word ‘Essential’ as inspiration.

The second part is billed as a 2ManyDJs exclusive edits and remixes of music from their Deewee label.

Listen at BBC or on Mixcloud via Corenews.

Soulwax – Essential Mix 2017-05-20 tracklist:

Soulwax – Essential Intro
Soulwax – Essential 1
Soulwax – Essential 2
Soulwax – Essential 3
Soulwax – Essential 4
Soulwax – Essential 5
Soulwax – Essential 6
Soulwax – Essential 7
Soulwax – Essential 8
Soulwax – Essential 9
Soulwax – Essential 10
Soulwax – Essential 11
Soulwax – Essential 12
Soulwax – Essential 13
Soulwax – Essential 14
Asa Moto – Systema Naturae [DEEWEE]
Astarius – Ancient Times 1 [Invisible City Editions]
Sammy Burdson – Disco Cola [Sonoton]
Daevid Allen & New York Gong – Jungle Windo(w) [Charly Records]
Kayanza – Salutation Akazéhé [Ocora Radio France]
Sheila E. – Koo Koo [Paisley Park]
Ghassan Rhabani – 2nd Reggae
Poligam – A-Dur-Funk [Wiener Brut]
Klaus Weiss – Running [Sonoton]
Roland Vincent & Jean-Pierre Lang – Le Trou Noir [Disc’Az]
Funky 4 + 1 – Rappin And Rocking The House [Enjoy Records]
Crazy Bank – Up Down Push (Soulwax Edit) [White]
Nina Scott – Drap De La Contrebasse [Delta]
Klanken – Vier
Hossam Ramzy – Eshta [ARC Music]
Lazlo – Hazard
Bobby Heath & Eric Peters & Robert Hunter – Power Grid [Spectrum Mood Library]
Voice of Authority – Stopping & Starting (Soulwax Edit) [White]
Doxa Sinistra – Modern Age (Soulwax Edit) [White]
DJ – Over Dose (Fear II) [Dance Mania]
Timmy Thomas – Funky Me [Glades]
Kamikaze – Tokyo Rose [A&M Records]
Osamu Mundi – Sexafari
Zohra – Badala Zamana (Soulwax Edit) [White]
Jean Philippe – Midi [F.F.E.P.M.M.]
Waffles – Poland
Yannick Chevalier – Rhythm Tom Drums 2
Peder Mannerfelt – Request Line (Soulwax Edit) [White]
Tristesse Contemporaine – Get What You Want [Records Makers]
Whyte Horses – Feels Like Something Changing [Not On Label]
Love Collection starring Jean Sharon – Papa Bully (Soulwax Edit) [White]
Waffles – Croatia
Cornelius – Clap & Whistle & Walking [Warner Music]
Klanken – Vijf
John Cravache – Paris Roswell [Versatile Records]
DJ Bert & Eagle – I Am Your Master [Fleet]

Posted on May 22nd, 2017

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1.

Tei Shi – ‘Justify’

From Valerie Teicher’s Friday album release Crawl Space is a minimally-lit bass and vocal track that swings with R&B and electronic verve AND sounds like Prince.

As Teicher says “Justify is a kind of protest song against the way in which we are categorized or judged by others based off of very superficial or one dimensional standards. It came from a place of rebellion against the insecurities and pressures that come into play when you put yourself in a position to be defined by another. For me the song is a challenge against that musically and emotionally.”


2.

Aldous Harding feat. Perfume Genius – ‘Imagining My Man’

Like the previously featured ‘Horizon’ from the New Zealand singer-songwriter, ‘Imagining My Man’ from her 4AD debut John Parish-produced Party (Mat 17th) is a subtle and intense torch song and features Perfume Genius’s Mike Hadreas (even subtler). Angel Olsen and Julia Holter would be close references to the sound made here. Aldous Harding is increasingly sounding like a trailblazing artist.


3.

Search Party Animal – ‘Evergreen’

The band formerly known as Bagels, have made a significant move up with their new single under new name Search Party Animal. It’s still very early days but this is a step in a direction that marks them apart.


4.

Wastee – ‘Candy’

Diolmhain Ingram Roche has been making a name for himself as Wastefellow but Wastee is a more club-orientated sound that draws from drum and bass, post-dub and synth electronica. ‘Candy’ is the project’s first single, a wavey squiggly song of deep bass proportions and digital styles. An EP is coming on the LyxLiv label.


5.

All We Are – ‘Burn It All Out’

All We Are’s debut album for Domino brought an Irishman, a Norwegian and a Brazilian together to make slinky harmony-filled guitar pop music. ‘Burn It All Out’ is a departure from that sound, a more intense and layered suggestion that album #2 is going to be quite different despite the sweetness inherent on the song. it features production by Kwes.


6.

Soulwax – ‘Is It Always Binary’

I’m a sucker for dry disco drums and not many people do that better (other than close cohorts DFA) than Soulwax. From DeeWee is their new album all recorded in one-take in their Belgian studio and ‘Is It All Binary’ features the work of two drummers including Iggor Cavalera and features the Soulwax the headspinning synth trademark like their brilliant release Nite Versions.


7.

Cinema feat. Chris Leech – ‘Floating’

Kildare producer Peter Fleming aka Cinema released an under the radar electronic album A Night Train To Budapest last year that was bright, Balearic and luminescent.

‘Floating’ is his first new song since all that activity and it’s a natural departure from the LP. Featuring vocals from Le Boom’s Christy Leech and production by Ruairi Bantum, ‘Floating’ has a focused electronic sound that sounds more contemporary but hasn’t lost that spacious disco chug that makes the music under the Cinema moniker swing.

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Posted on March 29th, 2017

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1.

Veronica Fusaro – ‘Pluto’

I can’t decide if Veronica Fusaro’s vocal likeness to the rekindled Lorde is a bad thing but it makes for a flattering comparison as it’s no easy task writing great pop music with authenticity as Lorde does. ‘Pluto’ is some intro to a new artist who has been working with some top producers and was on Switzerland’s version of The Voice. It’s a confident single from the Swiss artist with modern pop and electronic R&B in its DNA.


2.

Overcoats – ‘Leave A Light On’

It’s an absolute pleasure to hear the progress of Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell’s music as Overcoats. Two years ago, the New Yorkers spent the summer in Ireland and made a dent on the scene with their minimal harmonic-lead songs. Now with an Autre Ne Veut-produced album due on Arts & Crafts on April 21st, the duo have bolstered that folk harmony magic with some technicolour magic. ‘Leave A Light On’ adds some urgency to their craft that was missing through its beats and arrangements. It’s the closest these two will come to a banger.


3.

Little Dragon – ‘Sweet’

Two for two from the new album from the Swedish electronic pop group. ‘High’ was a slow reintroduction but ‘Sweet’ has that Little Dragon wonky magic thing going on.


4.

Soulwax – ‘Missing Wires’

From DeeWee, the Soulwax album recorded in one take will be out on March 24th and the Dewaele brothers have shared a second helping from it after ‘Transient Program For Drums & Machinery’. ‘Missing Wires’ is a live playful tune that recalls Soulwax’s earlier guitar-free song-based work.

Here’s the personnel and gear list for the album:

Playing on this record are Stephen and David Dewaele, Stefaan Van Leuven, Iggor Cavalera, Victoria Smith, Blake Davies and Laima Leyton. The instruments used are two Staccato drumkits, one clear crystalline Meazzi Wooding drumkit, one set of Rototoms, various Hofner bass guitars, a Macbeth M5n, an Oberheim Two-Voice Pro, a Two Thousand Six Hundred copy built by The Human Comparator, one Oberheim OB-Mx, an EMS Synthi AKS, an Arp Odyssey, a TB-303 clone, a Mellotron M4000D, a Sequential Prophet 6, a Waldorf Streichfett, a Burns Sonic guitar, a Vox Phantom guitar, one Syncussion clone built by Loudestwarning, various solid state Roland, Peavey and Acoustic amplifiers and a wide range of effects, all going through three Trident Fleximix consoles, straight into Pro Tools.


5.

Forest Swords – ‘The Highest Flood’

Forest Swords, aka acclaimed Merseyside-based producer Matthew Barnes returns to his Forest Sword s project with ‘The Highest Flood’, a song that takes his MO of electronic ambient textures with beats and presents it in the most pristine way. It has an epic sweeping quality that is maybe informed by Barnes’ recent composition work for the Assassin’s Creed game. It’s out now on Ninja Tune and an album is coming.


6.

Frank Ocean – ‘Chanel’

Surprise! Frank dropped his first it of new material since Blonde over the weekend and let’s be honest, any Frank Ocean is good Frank Ocean. After this and the Calvin Harris and Migos’ ‘Slide’, that’s two Frank Ocean tracks in a month.


7.

Peaking Lights -‘Little Flower’ (feat Chloë Sevigny)

A companion piece to Chloë Sevigny’s spoken word appearance on Soulwax’s ‘Heaven Scent’, this is Peaking Lights’ version of the project that puts Prayer to Sainte Thérèse to music, which was also done by Johnny Jewel and JD Twitch among others.

Posted on March 13th, 2017

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Soulwax have announced their new album From Deewee which was recorded in one day in their studio. It’s out on March 24th and the band are on the road with it after that.

DeeWee, the label has been dropping bangers of late.

Tour dates. – Dublin date soon for the live show no doubt.

Tracklist

1. Preset Tense
2. Masterplanned
3. Missing Wires
4. Conditions Of A Shared Belief
5. Is It Always Binary
6. Do You Want To Get Into Trouble?
7. My Tired Eyes
8. Transient Program For Drums And Machinery
9. Trespassers
10. The Singer Has Become A Deejay
11. Here Come The Men In Suits
12. Goodnight Transmission

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Posted on February 9th, 2017

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Soulwax continue their run of releasing mega records by others (or themselves listed as others) with their latest on the Dee Wee label.

Bolis Popul seems to be a legit person, an alias of a member of Hong Kong Dong.

Bolis Pupul was one of the first names initially released on the label last year with ‘Sun Theme’/ ‘Moon Theme’ and his newest release is out shortly on 12″ and now digitally.

‘Teknow’ is as the title suggested, a bleep-assisted techno synth track while ‘Wei’, is my absolute favourite, a pure Soulwax electro-roller.

Check out a Spotify playlist of all the Dee Wee releases so far. All are worth your time.

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Posted on January 30th, 2017

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Electronic festival Sónar have announced 40 new names for the Barcelona festival taking place in the city on June 15th to 17th, split into two locations, day and night.

New names announced include:

  • Anderson .Paak
  • Arca
  • DJ Shadow
  • Soulwax
  • AJ Tracey
  • Benji B
  • Carl Craig vs. Synthesizer Ensemble
  • Daphni and Hunee
  • Evian Christ
  • Jon Hopkins (DJ set)
  • Heidi
  • Little Dragon
  • Lunice
  • Marie Davidson
  • Nico Muhly
  • Optimo
  • Prins Thomas
  • Roosevelt
  • Seth Troxler & Tiga (6 hour set)
  • Vitalic

Previously announced artists include:

  • Justice
  • Nicolas Jaar
  • Moderat
  • Eric Prydz
  • De La Soul
  • Fat Freddy’s Drop
  • Nina Kraviz
  • The Black Madonna
  • Clams Casino
  • Cashmere Cat
  • Damian Lazarus
  • Nosaj Thing
  • Forest Swords
  • Nadia Rose
  • MC Tommy Cash

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Posted on January 24th, 2017

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1.

Code Walk feat. Smerz – ‘Guess What’

Copenhagen-based dudes Code Walk teamed up with Norwegian vocalists/ production gals Smerz on their new single (creators of this jam) on the percussive and hypnotic ‘Guess What’. It’s out next Friday officially.


2.

Mixhell & Joe Goddard – ‘Crocodile Boots’ (Soulwax remix)

Mixhell are a Brazilian electro duo Iggor Cavalera and Laima Leyton, who recently teamed up with Mutado Pintado (Paranoid London) and Joe Goddard on the Crocodile Boots EP after some jam sessions post-DJing in 2015. Now Soulwax have remixed the track which was recently trailed in their Beats 1 2×2 show, and comes on a remix package alongside Goddard and Party Nails.

It’s a banger that has that recent Deewee magic and comes with a video directed by Mutado Pintado:

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3.

Darkdark – ‘Restless’ feat. Haley Bonar

A sweet new electro-pop collaboration between an LA/Austin production duo and singer-songwriter Bonar.


4.

Jambinai – ‘Connection’

The South Korean band Jambinai came to my attention when they played Body&Soul festival last year. Their music is post-rock, avant-garde and neo-classical drawing on traditional Korean instruments like the haegeum, the piri and the geomungo.

Last year, they signed a deal with Bella Union and released their second album A Hermitage and on 24th February, Bell Union will reissue the band’s debut Differance for the first time outside of South Korea.

‘Connection’ one of the songs from it, clocks in and nearly 10 minutes and is a slow and moving piece of instrumental music.


5.

Maggie Rogers – ‘On + Off’

Hotly-tipped 22-year-old singer, producer and musician Maggie Rogers has dropped a third song from her debut EP Now That The Light Is Fading. After ‘Alaska’ and ‘Dog Years’, it suggests Rogers’ Pharrell-approved ascension will be fruitful, ‘On + Off’ is classy modern pop music written by Rogers and co-produced by herself, Nick Das and Doug Schadt.

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Jynx – ‘Ember’

London duo Jynx dropped a new EP Saffron City today showcasing the electronic R&B pop style that has seen them pick up support all over blogs and radio heads like Annie Mac and Mista Jam and previous EP tracks featured on The Magician’s Magic Tape 66. ‘Ember’ is the EP standout though.


7.

Arcade Fire – ‘I Give You Power’ feat. Mavis Staples

As was rumoured this week, Arcade Fire just dropped a brand new song to coincide with today’s inauguration of Donald Trump as the President of the United States Of America. The song ‘I Give You Power’ features vocals from Mavis Staples. It’s built on a menacing voodoo-doll rhythm with the words “I give you power / I can take it away.”

“It’s never been more important that we stick together and take care of each other,” the said, saying that all proceeds from the song go towards the American Civil Liberties Union. It’s likely a once off song but it’s unclear if it features on an upcoming album.

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Posted on January 20th, 2017

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Mixhell are a Brazilian electro duo Iggor Cavalera and Laima Leyton, who recently teamed up with Mutado Pintado (Paranoid London) and Joe Goddard on the Crocodile Boots EP after some jam sessions post-DJing in 2015.

Now Soulwax have remixed the track which was recently trailed in their Beats 1 2×2 show, and comes on a remix package alongside Goddard and Party Nails.

It’s a banger that has that recent Deewee magic and comes with a video directed by Mutado Pintado:

Iggor Cavalera says “this video is an amazing compilation of mad ideas from Mutado’s brain mixed with the low-fi images of Laima and himself on a duet between the confused red neck and a Portuguese/Brazilian spoken girl.”

As revealed recently Mixhell are playing with Soulwax on tour.

Here’s the original EP with the full one dropping on January 27th:

Posted on January 17th, 2017

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The 2manyDJs brothers have been cranking up their output of late and there’s possibly a new Soulwax release on the way too.

When they’re not showing people what’s possible in club spaces with Despacio, they’ve recently been releasing some of my favourite music from Emmanuelle, Asa Moto, Phillipi & Rodrigo and a new Soulwax featuring Chloe Sevigny on their DeeWee label. Not to mention those Waffles edits, or the Belgica soundtrack where they made up fake Belgian bands and new songs which seem certain to be the Dewaele brother themselves.

For the first edition of their new Beats 1 radio show, the brothers put together two hour long mixes showcasing recent strands of what they’ve been up to. Hour 1 is all DeeWee releases while hour two is all Despacio edits.

You can listen via Apple Beats 1 (if you’ve an Apple Music subscription – bummer i know) or alternatively, someone posted it on Youtube and there’s a D/L too.

Tracklisting via Soulwax Reddit forum – cheers.

Hour 1 (DEEWEE)

Bolis Pupul – Moon Theme
Soulwax – Heaven Scent
Phillipi & Rodrigo – Mantra
Die Verboten – Aquarius
Asa Moto – Stay Awake
Phillipi & Rodrigo – Gueto De Gent
Bolis Pupul – Sun Theme
Laila – The Other Me
Asa Moto – Wanowan Efem
Phillipi & Rodrigo – New Beach
Die Verboten – E40
KLANKEN – Drie
Phillipi & Rodrigo – Karma
Emmanuelle – L’uomo d’affari
Emmanuelle – Free Hifi Internet
KLANKEN – Twee
Emmanuelle – Italove

Hour 2 (Despacio edits)

David Bowie – Young Americans (2manydjs edit)
Lou Reed – Disco Mystic (2manydjs edit)
Bee Gees – Nights on Broadway (2manydjs edit)
Brian Eno & David Byrne – Regiment (2manydjs edit)
Su Kramer – Magic Dance (2manydjs edit)
Isabelle Mayerau – On A Trouvre (2manydjs edit)
James Gang – Funk No. 49 (2manydjs edit)
Beauregard, Violletti & Ste-Claire – Ce Soir (Je Sens Que Tout Peut M’arriver) (2manydjs edit)
4 M International – Space Operator (2manydjs edit)
Men Without Hats – Safety Dance (2manydjs edit)
The Turtles – I’m Chief Kamanawanalea (2manydjs edit)
Francis The Great – Look Up In The Sky (2manydjs edit)
Indian Power – Ani-Kouni (2manydjs edit)
Johnny Wakelin – In Zaire (2manydjs edit)
Nagao – Midnight Safari (2manydjs edit)
Gerhard Trede – African Moods 1 (2manydjs edit)
Madman Jaga – Hankuri (2manydjs edit)
Ngozi Family – Sunka Muluma (2manydjs edit)
Kool & The Gang – Jungle Boogie (2manydjs edit)
Pilou – Ca Va (2manydjs edit)

Posted on August 24th, 2016

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My favourite songs of the past month. Get the majority of them as a continuous playlists below on Spotify and Soundcloud.

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The top songs of the month

  1. Cassius – ‘Action’ feat. Mike D & Cat Power

  2. Hundred Waters – ‘Show Me Love’ (Skrillex remix feat. Chance The Rapper, Robin Hannibal and Moses Sumney)

  3. Kendrick Lamar – ‘Untitled 03 o5.28.2013’

  4. Mark Pritchard feat. Thom Yorke –  ‘Beautiful People’
  5. Empress Of – ‘Woman Is A Word’

  6. Mura Masa – ‘What if I Go?’

  7. Gallant – ‘Bourbon’
  8. M83 – ‘Do It, Try It’

  9. Shit Robot – ‘End Of The Trail’ featuring Alexis Taylor

  10. Christine & The Queens – ‘iT’

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  11. Burnt Out – ‘Dear James’
  12. Lapsley – ‘Cliff’
  13. Come On Live Long – ‘For The Birds’

  14. Sheer Mag – ‘Nobody’s Baby’

  15. Brame & Hamo – ‘Kebab Dreams’
  16. Whitney – ‘Golden Days’

  17. Mmoths – ‘1709’

  18. Foals – ‘Run’
  19. Rubber Band – Caoutchouc (Soulwax)
  20. Lindstrom – ‘Closing Shot’
  21. Manzana Kicks – ‘In Knots’ 
  22. A.K Paul – ‘Landcruisin’
  23. Cinema – ‘Night Train’
  24. All Tvvins – ‘Unbelieveable’
  25. Carriages – ‘Like A Child’
  26. Lisa O’Neill – ‘Pothole In The Sky’
  27. JMSN – ‘Cruel Intentions’
  28. David August – ‘J.B.Y.’
  29. Kelly Lee Owens – ‘1 of 3’
  30. Silences – ‘There’s A Wolf’


Posted on April 1st, 2016

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“Sorry I’m late, I just didn’t want to come. Is there a wifi in here?”.

I’ve been looking out for more information on this track ever since I heard it on a Soulwax Despacio mix for the BBC.

The song is an instant earworm, an electro-bounce featuring the Brazilian-born singer Emmanuelle more interested in the wifi connection than the human connection at this party. She just couldn’t be bothered. “Tonight I’d rather be in my room / getting high on some wifi.” She throws some serious shade. The best part? The sound of Siri being used as a melody in the song.

The Soulwax boys are releasing Emmanuelle’s ‘Free Hifi Internet’ on their DeeWee label digitally on Friday and on vinyl on Monday. A Portugese version is on the B-side.

Posted on November 30th, 2015

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Cyril Briscoe & Cian Ó Cíobháin’s 110th Street club is celebrating 17 years and as with last year’s great instalment, they’ve given us a mix to celebrate and it is a doozy. In a nod to the years active it kicks off with a snippet of ‘N17’ before taking us to higher places with Stevie Nicks, Daniel Avery, Sophie, Four Tet x Chvrches and Tame Impala x Soulwax.

The 110th Street Seventeenth Birthday Party happens in The Blue Note, Galway on Saturday 28th November. It’s free in and Augustus & John are playing a set at it too.

Edge Of N17 (110th Street 17th Birthday Mix) by 110th Street on Mixcloud

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Tracklist

01 The Saw Doctors – N17 (excerpt)
02 Stevie Nicks – Edge Of Seventeen (Mojo Filter Macwood Mixdown)
03 Daniel Avery – Knowing We’ll Be Here (Kink Remix)
04 Subb-an – This Place (Samu.I Remix)
05 Chris Avantgarde – The Good Old Days
06 Jamie Jones – Planets, Spaceships (feat. Digitaria)
07 Serge Devant & Damiano feat. Camille Safiya – Fearing Love (Club Mix)
08 Kornél Kovács – PantalÛn
09 CHVRCHES – Leave A Trace (Four Tet Remix)
10 Real Lies – North Circular
11 Demdike Stare – Patchwork
12 EVM128 – Strangers
13 Dizzee Rascal – Stand Up Tall (Pelikann Remix)
14 Maxime Dangles – Amsterhodes
15 Toddla T Sound – Worst Enemy (Switch Remix)
16 SOPHIE – Just Like We Never Said Goodbye
17 Tame Impala – Let It Happen (Soulwax Remix)

Posted on November 18th, 2015

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These songs represent my favourite 10 tracks of the last week but there’s plenty more besides. The new music playlist is available on Spotify and Apple Music and is updated weekly.

New music chart

  1. Talos – ‘In Time’
  2. Hot Chip – ‘Huarache Lights’ (Soulwax Remix)
  3. Alice Cohen – ‘Backwards’
  4. Janet Jackson – ‘BURNITUP!’ (feat. Missy Elliott)
  5. Wounded Healer – ‘Panic About Love’
  6. Daughter  – ‘Doing The Right Thing’
  7. Martyn – Falling For You
  8. Liss – ‘Always’
  9. !!! – Bam City
  10. Rejjie Snow – blakkst-skn feat Rejjie Snow (prod. Kaytranda)

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Posted on October 5th, 2015

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There’s been a renaissance of late in the quality of Soulwax’s remix work perhaps buoyed by their involvement in the club night of the year – Despacio. Most recently, their Tame Impala and Jungle remixes have perfectly pitched a familiar tune to a new club context that makes rooms go off.

And now, we have a hat-track. Hot Chip’s ‘Huarache Lights’ was already a bit of a banger. Soulwax here, stretch out the tune with spaciousness and add an increased dynamic shift to the track that’s bound to get lots of speaker time at club nights.

Buy the tune at iTunes.

Posted on October 5th, 2015

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My favourite songs of the past month. Get the majority of them as a continuous playlists below on Spotify and Soundcloud.

The songs

  1. Tame Impala – Let It Happen’ (Soulwax remix)
  2. Empress Of – How Do You Do It? – pictured
  3. Pleasure Beach – ‘Go’
  4. Soft Lit – I Can’t Help It
  5. Kodiak Blue – ‘Zapusk’
  6. Girl Band – ‘Pears For Lunch’
  7. Chvrches – ‘Clearest Blue’
  8. Kelela – ‘Rewind’
  9. Talos – ‘In Time’
  10. Maud In Cahoots – ‘Cure For The Crazy’
  11. Martyn – Falling For You
  12. Saint Sister – ‘Madrid’
  13. Pure Bathing Culture – ‘Palest Pearl’
  14. Anderson – ‘Things We Have In Common’
  15. Owiny Sigoma Band – ‘I Made You /You Made Me’
  16. Wounded Healer – ‘Panic About Love’
  17. Floating Points – ‘Silhouettes (I,II & III)
  18. Julia Holter – Sea Calls Me Home
  19. New Portals – ‘Groove Boy’
  20. Wet – ‘Weak’
  21. Disclosure feat. The Weeknd – ‘Nocturnal’
  22. Darkstar – ‘Stoke The Fire’
  23. Wyvern Lingo – ‘Subside’
  24. Rejjie Snow – Blkkst Skin feat. Rae Morris (Prod. Kaytranada)
  25. Med, Blu & Madlib feat. MF Doom – ‘Knock Knock’
  26. Roots Manuva – ‘Don’t Breathe Out’
  27. The Academic – ‘Northern Boy’
  28. Neon Indian – ‘Slumlord’
  29. EMBRZ – ‘Lights’ ft. pennybirdrabbit
  30. ZHU & AlunaGeorge –  ‘Automatic’

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Posted on October 1st, 2015

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