There has only ever been one clear number one for me in terms of remixes this year. It’s a track which slayed dancefloors from Dublin to Barcelona to Novi Sad. As ever, Four Tet has his hand in the pot and could have had a few more were it not for good showings from Friends… Read more »
Goodtime had the good foresight to figure out that the songs from his The Colours Of Darkness album would suit the remix treatment but he must be delighted with the results, Great Lakes Mystery, Sunken Foal, David Kitt and Tropics are mighty. We can add this new Jape remix to the list, A bouncing synth… Read more »
A Halloween series special today with posts dedicated to music that creates an uneasy, spooky, chilling or scary atmosphere… See Halloween for all posts in the series. More sinister than scary, Sunken Foal’s pitched-down upfront vocal give this remix an all-encompassing chilly effect. Goodtime becomes a demonic voice sermonising over some taut techno crunches. Those… Read more »
Goodtime’s excellent The Colours Of Darkness album has spawned another video for one of my favourite tracks ( truly there’s not a bad song on the record so get it). Download the song and read the lyrics at Bandcamp.
The remix project for Goodtime’s The Colours Of Darkness album, Departed has been a bit good so far with tracks from David Kitt, Diamond Dagger, Tropics and the excellent Great Lakes Mystery one I didn’t get a chance to post here (OK, I forgot). The fifth in the series may be the best yet. Sunken… Read more »
Planet Mu producer Tropics, who released the sumptuous Parodia Flare last year has remixed GOODTIME as part of John Cowhie’s remix series which has previously included Diamond Dagger and David Kitt. The rework of ‘The Colours of Darkness’ has a different tempo to the original relies on polychromatic cascading synths and bass notes while the… Read more »
Releasing an album in November and December these days can be a risky move. That might explain the lack of general acclaim for Goodtime’s third album The Colours Of Darkness, which has only grown in stature in the first few months of 2012 for me since it first appeared and has shown itself to be… Read more »
Here we are. The end of the sixth year of the Nialler9 poll. Thank you all once again for voting. We had about 100 or so votes that made up the results in songs, new artists, EPs and now, the big one – albums. Our ultimate winner has topped the poll before that doesn’t negate… Read more »