Wednesday 30 March 2016


Rene Magritte - Early Morning (1942)

Almost forgot to write this one today, but here I am! Let's not waste any time and dive right into some synthwavy goodness from M|O|O|N again. I definitely recommend it for the basslines alone, but I really dig the slightly off kilter lead a whole lot too.

Not staying that way for too long unfortunately, I hope you all aren't too sick of my latest jazzy / Bossa Nova excursion cos it ain't over just yet, got Music For Freelance on again and it is still very much good. Here's Ian O'Brien's treatment of Piano Black

Finishing off with another soundtrack number, this time a slower tempo take on Hardfloor's Spook & Spell I posted some time ago. The transition from the techno to the slower BPM here isn't as jarring as you might think, and comes out sounding a little Underworld-ish in parts.

-Claude Van Foxbat

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