Tag Archives: Music

April Music – 2016

1. ICE~CREAM — 02 Receiver
2. CLUB KURU — Not For Me
3. MOSSY – Ginsberg
4. BARNEY ARTIST — Stay Close (Prod. Tom Misch)
5. Satin Jackets feat. I will, I swear – So I Heard
6. Mat Zo — The Last Transmission
7. Michael Zaxxon — My Body Is Dead Dead Dead
8. LUXXURY – Breathe
9. The Pheels — The Heartbreaker
10. The Pheels — Don’t Play Yourself
11. Moglii & Novaa — Mother
12. Foals – Birch Tree (Pyramid “Space” Remix)
13. Still Parade — Chamber
14. Lucas Nord – Don’t Need Your Love (Norde Remix)
15. LUCIANBLOMKAMP – The Overman (Lower Spectrum Remix)
16. NIAGARA – Hyperocean

March Music Videos – 2016

Big Grams | Adult Swim | Born To Shine | Run For Your Life

Oberhofer – Hey Man

Soulwax – White Virgins, Turn Off The Lights

Gypsy & The Cat – Inside Your Mind

Jungle Giants – Creepy Cool

Riton – Rinse & Repeat (Official Video) ft. Kah-Lo

Sasha – Bring on the Night-time feat. Ultraista


Clare Maguire – Elizabeth Taylor

Neon Indian – Techno Clique

Oyinda – “Never Enough”

March Music – 2016

Take a look at all the music I found during the month of March.


1. LAWRENCE ROTHMAN — Designer Babies (feat. Kim Gordon)

2. A. K. Paul — LANDCRUISIN’

3. Riton — Rinse And Repeat feat. Kah-lo

4. princesscentury — Rendezvous

5. CASCINE — Maria Usbeck – Moai Y Yo

6. Moglii & Novaa — Down Under (Original Mix)

7. pacific heights — Buried By The Burden feat. Louis Baker

8. Late Night Tales — Sasha – Bring on the Night-time feat. Ultraista

9. UV boi فوق بنفسجي — UV boi فوق بنفسجي – Show You (ft. MTNS)

10. Gypsy & The Cat — Inside Your Mind

11. HoodedFang — A Final Hello

12. Caro — Admit / Resist

13. Satin Jackets Feat. IsaacO — Keep Moving On

14. Nine Inch Nails — The Great Below (Panic Bomber Edit)

15. ÄTELLER — Montréal

16. Gypsy & The Cat — I Just Wanna Be Somebody Else

White Virgins – Turn Off The Lights (Soulwax)

Soulwax created 16 fictional bands for the Belgica Soundtrack. Belgica follows two brothers who start a bar and get swept up in its success in the midst of Belgium’s nightlife scene. The film sees Soulwax’s influence throughout from composing, arranging and recording the original score to creating each and every one of the fictional musical artists featured.

“We recorded the original music being played in the club, wrote the music, rehearsed and recorded live on set the tracks played by the bands – ranging from a live kraut techno band, ‘White Virgins’, bequiffed psychobilly trio ‘They Live’ through to hardcore outfit ‘Burning Phlegm’ (featuring Sepultura’s Igor Cavalera) whilst chanteuse ‘Charlotte’ represents the other end of the spectrum with her neo soul pop.”

The video for one of the fake bands, ‘White Virgins’ features the group performing to a packed audience inside Belgica. Looks like a blast.

Eliot Sumner – Dead Arms And Dead Legs

It was back in June of 2010 when we first heard Eliot Sumner’s first teenage band ‘I Blame Coco’. She’s collaborated with the likes of Robyn and Miike Snow among others. Do yourself a favor and look up some of her older stuff. I particularly enjoy ‘Caesar ft. Robyn (Miike Snow Remix)’.

Eliot Sumner’s been busy since then with a debut EP, her first North American tour last year with On An On and several new tracks last year. ‘Dead Arms And Dead Legs’ is one of those tracks.

Close your eyes, and listen to the music. Can you hear a young Sting? It would make sense considering Eliot Sumner is Sting’s daughter.

She’s performing on Jimmy Kimmel Live on March 7th. You can catch her at SXSW. She also just released a music video for song ‘Halfway To Hell’ directed by Tom Beard.


Melbourne Australia’s multi-instrumentalist/producer LUCIANBLOMKAMP brings us ‘The Overman’, the latest single off his forthcoming LP, ‘Bad Faith’. It’s sexy music for sexy people.

LUCIANBLOMKAMP’s music significantly symbolizes the city he comes from. Melbourne (at least in my experience) is a city of narrow laneways (allies) full of graffiti, sexy night clubs and hidden bars serving cocktails out of test tubes. It’s a common misconception in the USA that Melbourne is like Sydney. It’s not. Melbourne is either cold and grey, or ridiculously hot. Because you can’t really rely on the weather to cooperate, many locals resort to indoor activities. They have a bustling music, art, fashion and food scene. They also have the best coffee in the world. With all of this time indoors, it’s no surprise that the more productive of the bunch can make some impressive stuff. LUCIAMBLOMKAMP spends at least some of his time making impressive music.

Mossy – Electric Chair

Up until now, Jamie Timony has made his name in the acting industry. He’s been in critically acclaimed stage plays and feature films acting along side Geoffrey Rush and Willem Dafoe. He’s always been a musician, but now he’s prepped to show his music chops to the world. Performing as ‘Mossy’, his self titled debut album is set to release on May 13 via I Oh You.  His first single ‘Electric Chair’ is available today. He’s also put together a nifty video for the single, below.

Connan Mockasin Cover Rexy

To celebrate the upcoming reissue of British pop duo Rexy’s only album , Running Out of Time (originally released in 1981), the weird and wonderful Connan Mockasin has lent his talents to a cover of the title track.

Rexy had this to say:

Running out of time is about surveillance and
paranoia, although written in a time long before
computer surveillance. We are delighted that
Connan covered this track, we’re big fans of his
and thrilled with the results.” 

The LP will be released under London label Lucky Number, in-conjunction with new label URU, spearheaded by solo artist Samantha Urbani (of Friends). The LP has become a coveted find for fans of left-field pop, and through the rewards of its wry, forward-looking song craft, has been championed by the likes of current artists such as Ariel Pink, Joey Negro and Connan Mockasin.

And since I’m such a huge Connan Mockasin fan as well, here’s a bonus music video by my favorite directing duo Fleur and Manu.

Future Unlimited – Calm Me Down

After a three year release hiatus, Future Unlimited have delivered their sophomore EP, Calm Down. While that’s all well and good, it’s the title track ‘Calm Me Down’ that really gets me going. I listen to this track and wished I had The Wolf’s Acura NSX and somewhere really important to get to. And I only have to show up wearing a really cool jacket to save the day.

You may remember Future Unlimited from a couple of years ago when they collaborated with Shia Labeouf who directed their video “Haunted Love”.

After all of the hullabaloo, the band decided to incorporate additional members and focus on a more live-driven, organic sound. I’d be curious to see one of their live shows. As long as I can show up in an NSX.

1992 Acura NSX Wolf from Pulp Fiction