Two debut singles in this selection. Fractions with fresh quality synths + vocals and Laura Doggett with a deep voice and good lyrics. Let the followers multiply.
Two veterans took care of Woven Ancestry. Composed by Max Cooper, remixed by Lusine. How the word ‘refined’ echoes in sound.
Hip hop analog electro jazz marvel duo from Norway: Wauwatosa. I will not be satisfied until I go to a live.
Remember to check Fake Avatar’s SoundCloud for a continuous play of our music finds.8 hearts
Another remix session, this time electro-deep house oriented.
Club-moody remix by Agoria of Moby’s Almost Home track, original album Innocents.
Not a big fan of Bipolar Sunshine but this remix by Kidnap Kid is just something else and house music at its best.
Super Flu – Jo Gurt (Ron Flatter Rmx) with a perfect tune for driving at night.
Fat remix by Klangkarussell of Laura Mvula, “Sing To The Moon”. Sometimes a bold base is the way to go.4 hearts
Moon Hearted view of the world.
The nuclear is the apotheosis of simulation. Yet the balance of terror is nothing more than the spectacular slope of a system of deterrence that has crept from the inside into all the cracks of daily life. The nuclear cliff-hanger only seals the trivialised system of deterrence at the heart of the media, of the inconsequential violence that reigns throughout the world, of the aleatory contrivance of every choice which is made for us.
Jean Baudrillard6 hearts
For a hundred years or more the world, our world, has been dying. And not one man, in these last hundred years or so, has been crazy enough to put a bomb up the asshole of creation and set it off. The world is rotting away, dying piecemeal. But it needs the coup de grace, it needs to be blown to smithereens. Not one of us is intact, and yet we have in us all the continents and the seas between the continents and the birds of the air. We are going to put it down — the evolution of this world which has died but which has not been buried. (H.M.)3 hearts