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A few good tunes Vol 41


A few good tunes Vol 41

Nine poptastic tracks to wrap your ears round

  1. Genius Victims – Calypso - Depeche Mode fixations aside, this is a pretty catchy little number from Moscow-based Russian darkwave duo Alexander Prosvetov and Ivan Khotimchuk. Out now on Summer Night.
  2. Borusiade – Hands Watch - if you remember the immense quality of Five Years of Tears Vol. 1 then you'll be queuing up for the second installment, especially after hearing this contribution from Borusiade - it's a beauty!
  3. N1L – crawlspace (DJH Rmx) - the first of two tracks from the new N1L remix collection (pay what you like too!). This DJH mix is pure punchy Pop with shades of really accessible Autechre
  4. Villette – Fall (Christian Löffler Remix) - tasteful Pop inflections with Christian Löffler's reworking of Villete's track Fall - out now on my favourite label this year Injazero Records
  5. Plattenbau – Security - more off-beat Pop with a hint of the 80s, taken from the recent Endless EP
  6. Cyborg 95 – Cyborg's Theme - I try to avoid terms like "devastating" when talking about music but that description is rather fitting for this Detroit Techno monster. Who is this Cyborg 95?
  7. The Field – Who Goes There - Axel Wilner is back with a new LP called Infinite Moment, and this is the mesmerising lead track
  8. N1L – ijsv_0gel (Logos Rmx) - another belter of a track from the N1L remix album, this time an exercise in Dub from James Parker, aka Logos
  9. Geotic – Gondolier - ending things on a high with more bright Pop, this time from the Ghostly International artist Will Wiesenfeld aka Baths aka Geotic. Taken from forthcoming album Traversa


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