Happy New Year! Here’s the first post of 2013 and what a post! The always fantastic The Dead Rose Music Company takes Chaka Khan’s ‘Ain’t Nobody’ under a loving sample-istic treatment, blowing wind up-skirt with his brand new ‘Chaka Can’t’. Red hot and funkadelically groovy!
Danes rock. In particular Laid Back. Abroad focus has been mainly on their epic tracks “White Horse” and “Sunshine Reggae”. Fly Away has been my favorite for yonks and it seems Poolside agree. Nice nice nice edit!
Here’s a postcard from the beach. It’s from Chris. He writes that he’s taking a chill with our mutual friend and Disco Funk guru, Todd who’s telling people to share some lovin’ in the sun. If possible add an ice cold beer to the mix!
Chris says relax!
In 1984 Manuel Göttsching (of Ash Ra Temple/Ashra) released the conceptual krautrock album ‘E2 E4′. The album is an hour long progessive electronic track that is subdivided according to the various parts in the song. Not many records have had such inlfuence. One of the most succesful tracks that borrowed heavily from ‘E2 E4′ is Sueño Latino’s self titled song (The Latin Dream) featuring steaming voice samples from Carolina Damas. No Balearic track has charted like that one did (in 1989).
Our hero Todd Terje decided to do the ultimate edit of the two tracks and came up with this stupendously awesome edit:
Part one of six of E2 E4: