Fresh from last night’s Flux FM Electronic Beats On Air radio show, our Mix of the Day comes from Berlin’s resident acoustic techno masters Brandt Brauer Frick. And because there’s three of them in the band, the hour is split between them—meaning each member gets twenty minutes to showcase their individual taste. Which, according to the evidence here, encompasses future bass, rollicking house music and portentous techno. We strongly approve.
Italo disco connoisseur Flemming Dalum aka King of the Cut has just issued an electrifying triple CD boxset entitled Flemming Dalum – Boogie Down Box-set. Dalum owns one of the larget collections of italo disco music in the world, with 25,000 LPs reportedly in his ownership. Following the scene well before it was cool to – more
Swedish pop band Miike Snow drops some new, very fascinating visuals in support of their forthcoming album Happy To You. The music is wicked, as always; the looped vocal and piano samples flow effortlessly into the main vocals, which deliver a great indie pop hook. Someone definitely gave the Swedes quite the budget for this one, – more
London’s premier eski-house producer and pop juke seducer pays homage to a rap god. – more
Writers have a notoriously hard time describing Roman Flügel’s style. Incredibly multi-faceted, a non-conformist and one of the stalwarts on the German electronic scene, Flügel recently released his very first album under his own name. Fatty Folders has drawn rave reviews for its diverse content (who could expect anything different, considering Flügel’s body of work?) – more