Thursday, 5 February 2009

OMG There's a riot in Belgium...

Hi there,

The next songs were a special thing saved for those moments the blog needed an awesomeness boost. I'm sorry to inform you these moments are not going to come anytime soon, so you'll never be hearing them. Just kidding, I just couldn't wait posting them. (Damn you ilictronix, why can't you suck some more :p)

Well these diamonds are the works of an Australian Dj duo Benny Single and Joel Dickson, whose shared love for Waffles and dark chocolate gave them the name "Riot in Belgium".

Their much acclaimed first EP The Acid never lies had the effect of a dirty bomb. Their beats blast in your ears and contaminate your body from top to bottom until you lose control and scream like crazy.

Riot In Belgium - The Acid Never Lies [right click to download]

Their second installment on Headman’s Relish Recordings, La musique is Riot in Belgium’s finest moment to date.

It seduces you with its beats, its roaring bass lines and the sensual whispers of the singer and her so fake so good french accent. Its cosmic disco synth stabs take you on the dancefloor, get your body shaking like you want more until the fever breaks… hard. Get ready to experience an electric frenzy that your ears will never forget.

Riot In Belgium - La Musique [right click to download]

Even Adam Sky remixed the sounds of La Musique and he decided to give it his special touch. This is the kind of remix I like, one that changes the song drastically, giving it this totally new feel rather than feeling recycled.
It's a little unconventional, and it's certainly not as good as the original but it's really worth the listen.

Riot In Belgium - La Musique (Adam Sky Remix) [right click to download]

So I beter stop writing, before something bad happens to me and I can't stop humming those godly songs. Damn, it's too late, I'm affraid they got me... I promise I will post some of Riot's own remixes later on, but now I have to go find some medication before I turn completely wild.

Enjoy, Mr. Brown

1 comment:

Champiness said...

A Mr. Oizo sample within the first few seconds of La Musique? Classy.
These definitely would've been good additions to the Ilictronix Doomsday Track Vault, but they're, erm, riotously good right now.