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Spotify Aug 2015


Spotify Aug 2015

Fifteen tracks I heard on Spotify in August that you should listen to

  1. Big Dope P - Momma On Da Flo (feat. Feadz)
    If you're a regular reader you may have heard the cool-as-hell beats on Big Dope P's Momma On Da Flo (feat. Feadz), a great way to open this selection
  2. Matrixxman - Augmented
    Having given Homesick, the Matrixxman album, a few listens, I can report that there's a few decent tracks on there; my favourite being Augmented
  3. Koova - Code
    I wouldn't disagree with you if you said Koova's Empty Spaces EP sounded derivative, the driving electro is certainly familiar... but I like it
  4. Emika - What's the Cure (The Exaltics Remix)
    A mixed bag of remixes for Emika's DREI album. The Eomac version of What's The Cure is good, but the version from The Exaltics is definitely the best
  5. Ipman - Regicide
    Drum 'n' Bass dancefloor destruction. A mini-masterpiece
  6. Jack Sparrow - Pula Riddim
    Low-slung dub reggae
  7. Julio Bashmore - What's Mine is Mine
    Like the DREI remixes, Knockin' Boots, the debut album from Matt Walker is a mixed bag; the J Danna tracks verge on cringeworthy commercial, and Bark is utterly annoying but it's all mostly catchy as hell
  8. Paul Kalkbrenner - Cloud Rider
    Although the seventh album from the German producer was released on a major label (Columbia Records), he's managed to keep things on the correct side of tasteful
  9. Seb Wildblood - Mødir
    James Tittensor aka Seb Wildblood is the man behind London's Church label and club night. Mødir somehow makes me think of Moby
  10. Georgia - Digits
    Primarily a singer/songwriter the daughter of Leftfield’s Neil Barnes produces poppy electronic music
  11. Pure Ground - And So Remain
    Belgian duo make dark Coldwave electronic music with menacing vocals
  12. Deceptikon - Found Message
    Like Plaid, light and airy electronic music
  13. Suzanne Kraft - Renee Sleeping
    Gentle, melodic electronic noodling, just like the rest of the mini-album Talk From Home
  14. Alessandro Cortini - La Guardia
    Even with the subtle acid loop, there's a progressive element to this track, quite monumental
  15. Briana Marela - Take Care of Me
    Combine Julianna Barwick with Royksopp and Julia Holter and you get Briana Marela. Sweet but best taken in small doses


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