Monthly Archives: May 2011

Chromeo – Hot Mess (Oliver Remix)


Not all remixes are created equal and this track is a perfect example of what can happen when a song is re-envisioned in a way that honors its source material while taking it in a fresh and unexpected direction.

Chromeo – Hot Mess (Oliver Remix) by weareoliver

This treatment from Oliver opens by taking the funk-ified and rhythmic vocoder line from the original (I need somebody, I need someone, I feel so lonely, I feel so numb) and using it as a kinetic bed to handily build upon. What comes next is the kind of feverish and full-on sonic delivery that guarantees a feeling of unbridled euphoria that will make you feel amazing whether driving with the top down on a sunny summer day, obeying its irresistible beat on a sweaty dance floor at 2:30 AM, or merely allowing its uptempo fullness to propel you while walking the streets with your favorite headphones.

Around the 2:20 mark, the track transitions smoothly into a new phase and brings back the essence of the boys from Chromeo, chock- full of the 80’s signature funk synth lines and smooth (and oft humorous) vocals that have become so closely associated with the band’s appeal.

This track has the kind of intrinsic energy that will carry you along on its wave and compel you to hit the repeat button quite repeatedly indeed. Be sure to go check out Chromeo and Oliver if for some reason you’re unfamiliar with them.

Golden Bug & Mustang


It is awesome when two familiar and respected artists can collaborate and the product is music that really brings their collective sounds to a whole different level. Mustang is the partnership of veteran DJ Renaud Deru and Andy Faisca, current residents at Belgium’s  hotspot “Libertine Supersport”. Golden Bug is the partnership of Paris based French producers and DJ’s, Antoine Harispuru  and Guillaume Dusaugey. Their mutual love of italo, disco and classic pop have brought them together and the family here at Binary are glad it did. Both groups have been well received on their own merit with both original compositions and some banging remixes. What comes out of this collaboration is music that is versatile, hitting and energetic while somehow simultaneously being smooth and sexy. That’s a lot of collaborating and genre mixing and also a feat many cannot pull off with half the style this combo effortlessly displays on theses tracks.

Golden Bug & Mustang feat Lavinia Claws-Soapopera(Dub Version) by Golden Bug


On to the music. “Soap Opera(featuring Lavinia Claws)Dub Version. Not that Lavinia doesn’t create a vibe with her aggressive vocals on the original version but this track is almost too good to cover up. With the dub every added piece just jumps out, maybe it’s the fact that there was another piece that was intended to fill that space, whatever the reasoning behind the design, I am feeling the pacing and build without the vocal focus. The funky beat and alternating funky and rock guitar licks, the fragmented vocal edits that echo in and out of the mix. At 2:33 when the robotic vocals kick in it renews your interest just in time for funk, rock, disco, electro  pandemonium to ensue. Smashing.The creepy organ adds an almost toned down “Thriller” vibe. Nice Jam.

Golden Bug – Sex Beat (Mustang Instru Remix) by Mustang (Official)


On “Sex Beat(Mustang Instru Remix)” the futuristic, italo , disco vibe is set and just builds. Again I have selected the instrumental mix. That’s what I was feeling today and that’s what got the words flowing, the vocal version definitely has a different feel and is not to be missed but today we are going on an instrumental mission, welcome aboard. Soaring synths,  a hypnotic electro break, cowbell (of course), space aged sound effects and straight up funk leads that create a dance floor renaissance. At 3:30 when the beat drops out and the synths take on a symphonic presence the party is in full swing.

This is a multi faceted composition that stays steady enough to groove to while incorporating a variety of moods and drops. Hypnotic and sexy. Let’s hope the relationship lasts. Golden Bug and Mustang are a musical force to reckoned with, classic feeling but still new. Really nice work.

On Repeat: Hey Champ, Jasper, Justin Faust + More


This week’s On Repeat is all about the first taste of summer. We’ve all taken a walk and felt the extra spring in our steps as we realized the ground was warming up, sunnier days ahead. May is a month when we all thaw out. Smiles come a little easier, and we all get the chance to bust out some shorts, or maybe some short skirts. I remember my days at USC, and these first days of warmth were always cause for celebration. Love is in the air and the promise of a long, party-filled summer is all around us. So, here are 6 songs to kickstart your hearts straight into Summer ’11.

She walks on the street // alone in the dark

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Gypsy & The Cat – Jona Vark (Alan Braxe Remix)

Whether you’re aware of it or not, Alan Braxe has reached Godlike status here at Binary. His early work with Falke is something of a holy text for us, and his remarkable longevity as a producer is inspiring. As a pioneer of the French Touch movement, he was truly a key inspiration for dreamwave and the entire movement that we’ve been a part of here at Binary. Naturally, when he releases a new song or remix, we always take notice. I’ve been holding on to this remix for Gypsy and the Cat for a couple months now, and its been sitting in my ‘to blog’ playlist the entire time. Well, finally here it is… This is about as playful as Braxe gets, but he manages to match that playfulness with an equal level of romanticism that can only come from a Braxe production. Bravo.

I believe in anything at all..

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Hey Champ – Anything At All

Hey Champ‘s story is interesting, having signed a deal with Lupe Fiasco’s short-lived major imprint, only to see it fold before they could release a record. Their full length, a nice take on synthpop in the post-electro world went relatively unnoticed despite being a collection of some great songs. We’ve always been supporters of the band here at Binary, but the album did end up feeling a bit ‘soft’ or ‘nice’ for our liking. And now, on the heels of the full length they’ve released a new single, “Anything At All”. The funny thing is, stylistically it fits very much with their album. ‘Nice’ and ‘Safe’ are adjectives I’d use for this song as well… the difference is, this is just a fantastically well written song. When you write a song as good as this, you can get away with it sounding a bit soft. This song has been stuck in my head for the last two weeks and there are no signs of it going away. Its one of my favorite singles of the year and in a lot of ways it reminds me of all of the promise that summertime can present us.

So I gotta get up, EARLY in the morning

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REMOVED

Summer is often all about the party, so what better way to kick it off with this Jasper jam. My favorite mornings are the ones that arrive without any sleep. We’ve all had a night or two in our lives last well into the morning, and we all know how exhilarating it can be.

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Justin Faust – Your Life (Italo Brutalo Remix)

Italo Brutalo takes on none other than the myth, the man, the legend, JUSTIN FAUST and gives us a dreamy treat that feels like the kind of afternoon that descends on you after you’ve stayed up all night. The day is hazy, your memory is hazier, and the mojitos start going down a little easier than they should. Really enjoyed this one.

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Kamei – Sugarland (LBCK Mellowdisco Remix)

But of course… there isn’t a party without the banger. Obviously we’re not the type of blog that generally throws up heavier tunes, but its definitely not because we don’t get down like that. I find it hilarious that LBCK thinks that this is ‘mellowdisco’, considering the track is anything but mellow. What I do know is that its melodic, bouncy, and fun as hell. I’d DJ this song anyday and I’m sure it’d get the ladies movin’ around a bit.

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Pelle G – Childish Delight (Eumig & Chinon Remix)

We’ll close it out with Eumig & Chinon‘s remix for Pelle G. Childish Delight pretty much describes the remix, since they accepted the challenge and went full-breakbot on us. They’re one of a small handful of producers in the world that are capable of even being compared to Breakbot, and they shoot this remix straight into a childs candy-filled dreamworld. They seem to be improving with leaps and bounds with each subsequent production, which definitely places them right near the top of ‘producers I’m watching’ list. Not too much to say about the song though, except that I dare you to make it through it the song without smiling from ear to ear.

See y’all next week.

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Treasure Fingers – Its Love (Amtrac Remix)


Amtrac is on a roll, this dude has just been consistently putting out some dope remixes with a variety of artists and styles. Here, with Treasure Fingers jam “It’s Love” he takes a superb yet pretty straight forward Nu Disco/House song and flips the tempo.

TREASURE FINGERS – IT’S LOVE (AMTRAC REMIX) by AMTRAC


Straight forward beat, accents of percussion. The vocals are annihilated and turned into synth notes that blend in and out of the mix. Part of the appeal of Amtrac’s style is his ability to blend and incorporate. As a DJ I get the feeling that each song is a reflection of his mixing style. A series of elements being brought in and flipped as one would during a mix as a new song is brought in, like a 4:12 minimix utilizing all the stems and adding some new elements as well. You can see him, tweaking knobs and adjusting levels, sliding the fader and watching the breaks.

The vibe is nice, a bounce that never gets monotonous or too busy. This is a good example of the diversity going on in electronic music right now. You could really mix this in or add this to a playlist with a wide variety of songs without throwing off the groove…hand claps and all. Nice work.

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Apparat – Ash/Black Veil (Amtrac Remix)

I told you that this guy was diverse. This Apparat remix takes an already stand out cut and shifts it into a softer but still energetic direction. The beat becomes an almost military cadence, cut into broken pieces that alternate in and out, sounds and notes. The vocals drop out and the background keys come into focus, a snapping, a faint mirror/echoing vocal and an edgy bass line that works its way to the front and then takes a step back. The staggering elements feel rounded off, the beat feels complex but not jumbled. Again with the almost constant but not distracting changes. Rarely, if at all does the loop stay consistent, little adjustments to the mix that keep the listener engaged. This remix has a live, real-time element but still manages to gel.

While the original vocal track has an almost Thom Yorke?…dare I say…Jeff Buckley?…feeling, the remix takes one portion of the vocal composition and threads it in and out of an ever changing soundscape. Different but still a part of. Amtrak takes two vastly different originals and delivers two outstanding remixes. Thanks to Amtrac, who all of you should all go check out!

Computer Magic – Grand Junction

There are certain elements in our daily commute that hold the most importance to feel in “tune” with the world around us. We all know music is what keeps us alive and healthy. The experience of listening to “new music” is what drives us even further, therefore it is a necessity to listen to Computer Magic‘s track “Grand Junction”.

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Computer Magic – Grand Junction

“Computer Magic”(Danielle, Danz) is a 21-year-old graphic design student (as hinted in the stage name…) from Brooklyn, NY. Not only does she have the gift of design, but she also has magical vocals with urban beats that have a tropical touch, which seemingly put you at ease. Computer Magic’s unique genre is inspired by teenage angst, graphic design, and the big city life.

One of my favorite elements in the introduction of “Grand Junction” is the electronic arrangements which include background crowd recordings complied with killer beats, subtle synths and sweet school-girl vocals.

Depictions of a fast-moving lifestyle, sound tracked with the ideal catwalk beat has got to be the only way to get around town. “Grand Junction” has such an international vibe to it, it’s sounds are heavily European influenced in my opinion.  What has been created through this not-so-ordinary college student is an American gem. This song serves the purpose to get up, dance and carry on. “Grand Junction’ moves you from rooftop pool parties straight into sunrise.

Very few can achieve the right qualities that “Computer Magic” delivers. Not only has she made her mark on the blogosphere, but with her live performances at SXSW earlier this year, she stirred up quite a buzz.

Now, we thank the world for music, for fashion photography and for graphic design, because without those, we would be very lost, and without “Computer Magic.”

Glasnost – Corridor

Houston’s Glasnost are no strangers to the dreamwave scene. Their electro pop sound has attitude, energy and hints of angst that fit right in with what we have been rocking and sets the stage for a tremendous summer. Their newest single is “Corridor”, featuring a remix from Binary’s own NightWaves. Time to close your eyes, throw your head back, and let this song fill your body.

Corridor (original mix) by glasnost

The original opens with that sunny Cali. vibe that gets everyone’s heart racing.  At the 30 sec. mark the funk guitars kick in and 30 seconds later as the vocals slide in the cowbells are in full effect and it’s a blissed-out dance floor explosion. The hook gets in your head immediately and the groove has you hitting repeat and pushing this one to the top of your current playlist. This is a niche that honestly either works or just comes across forced and lacking, Glasnost produces a sound that feels genuine and sincere. If Corridor is any indication, Glasnost’s upcoming full length is set to be great.

Corridor (NightWaves Remix) by glasnost


These lads work hard and after performing and partying with the Binary family it is no big surprise that NightWaves are responsible for one of the remixes of their massive new jam. I know that I am biased but, NightWaves just consistently brings the heat. The track takes on a different shape. Still energetic but more grounded, the synth work is full and somehow lightens up the track, the beat is harder and the breaks are perfect. This is definitely one of the songs that will stay in rotation through the summer.

I like it when remixes are complimentary enough to add an additional version without necessarily replacing the original. Both of these versions stand alone as quality party anthems. Check out Glasnost on Soundcloud and watch out for more releases from the Texan group later this year!

Plastic Plates

Australia, Australia, Australia. I feel like I never shut up about this country and all the rad music that’s pouring out of it. Another one of these unsigned Aussie producers of electronic tunes, Plastic Plates, or Felix Bloxsom, is from Sydney but now makes his home in LA. He’s been meticulously pumping out remix after remix lately, making a name for himself in a short time. Not only a tremendous producer, Bloxsom is also quite the accomplished drummer, working with some huge names over the past decade. With recent mixes of both pop and indie artists, he’s already got a pretty solid catalog of work, really only lacking released originals at this point.

We’ve got a batch of Plastic Plates remixes here for you today, starting with his work on Adele’s beautiful original ‘Set Fire To The Rain’.

Adele – Set Fire To The Rain (Plastic Plates Remix) by PLASTiC PLATES

You might recognize this one, as it kicked off The Magician’s “Magic Tape Ten.” Well that, and just about every blog on earth has already covered it. A bit more four-to-the-floor than the rest of these remixes, this Adele tune still carries a considerable share of funk. It’s one of those tracks you can and will listen to over and over for weeks. Really love her voice, and when you toss the sincerity of the lyrics aside, this is just a happy/fun song for me.

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Sia – Cloud (Plastic Plates Remix)

Another beautiful voice, Sia get’s the Paper Plates treatment on this remix of ‘Cloud’. A little darker, a little more sleepy disco, this interpretation of Sia’s song feels incredibly triumphant. I want to climb up on a mountain and try to sing her lyrics with every little bit of breath and energy I have left. Another strong bassline in this one, it feels very heavy, like a dark cloud just ready to burst open with everything it’s got left.

“I am a dark cloud, spilling with rain”

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Gypsy and the Cat – Jona Vark (Plastic Plates Remix)

I’m not sure I’ve heard a remix of Gypsy and the Cat‘s ‘Jona Vark’ that I don’t like, to be quite honest. Starsmith, Alan Braxe, and Shazam all did great things with the already beautiful original. But Felix’s remix has quickly become my favorite. It was probably the last of them that I’ve listened to extensively, and overall it wins for me. So summer-y and fun, when it’s playing I can’t help thinking about the fact that there are probably no two places I’d rather be in the world than LA or Australia. I’m taken away to a tropical paradise in this, with a mojito in one hand and the wheel of my non-existent fantasy boat in the other. One of his most mellow, light remixes. Great stuff.

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Empire of the Sun – Girl (Plastic Plates Remix)

Last, and absolutely not least, is the remix of fellow Aussies, Empire of the Sun. Another beautiful remix, this re-work of ‘Girl’ starts out on a very dark, electro, tropical path, and quickly evolves into an emotionally driven song that lightly tugs on your heart with it’s words of desperation. Plastic Plates does a wonderful job of highlighting the lyrics within layers of haunting synths and surprisingly dance friendly beats. For me, it’s got that sense of nostalgia and desperate longing for anyone or anything that you’ve known and loved in the past. I can’t help thinking back to memories of awkward high school dances when this is playing.


“Girl don’t you pretend, girl can make amens. The desire, give a sign, that you are still mine.”

You can expect to hear a lot more out of Plastic Plates. If you’re around Los Angeles, you can find him DJing with U-Tern, NightWaves, and a bunch of others on the rooftop of the Standard Hotel downtown this Saturday, May 14th. There’s also a good chance you can catch him at the Standard in Hollywood on Wednesdays this spring. If you’re not in California, just keep an eye on his soundcloud, where there’s sure to be some action.

125# – The Quiet Earth

One of my favorite parts of this whole blogging process is “discovering” new artists who have a great sound but just have yet to gain any type of international exposure. As terrific as it is to get submissions and new material from familiar favorites, (don’t stop sending stuff!) there is just something special about the pleasant surprise ofquality jams from an artist that you’ve never been exposed to before.

Introducing Thomas Barrandon: Thomas is a French musician and composer who produces what he classifies as Electro/Experimental music under the name 125#. Listing John Carpenter, Daft Punk,Giorgio Moroder and Glitch Mob as influences would seem like a ballsy move, to raise the bar of comparison that high, but Thomas has delivered a solid beautiful and moving LP that incorporates elements of the influences noted but stands on its own without feeling derivative. On to the music…

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125# – Chase

“Chase” comes in with a solid rhythm, you are immediately thrown into a low toned melodic groove,the changes are right where they need to be to keep your head nodding while the synth’s have you somewhere between a science fiction show down and a drive down the PCH at sunset, hugging the coastline as the sun slips gently into the ocean. Deep, but not too heavy. This is the kind of track that you can put on a road trip playlist or throw into the middle of a mix or party, stabilizing and steady, interesting and well done but not too busy. The beat is hitting, the elements are complimentary and deliberate. Cheers Thomas, we think you are on to something.

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125# – The Quiet Earth

“The Quiet Earth” sets a mood and explores it, melodies emerge and fade…. the quiet earth (title track) is a bit more hopeful than chase. It is one of those jams that just get better the more that you listen. Like the part of the movie where the protagonist recognizes what must be done and gets into action. Revelatory, full of life and feeling. Awesome. There’s a completed feeling to this work, musical and fully formed. Thomas has made something here, a composition worthy of noting and a new Lp that has several stand out cuts.This is quality production from an artist that understands what we’re all about here at Binary.

You can download his entire LP for free from his Soundcloud, so go head over and check it out!

On Repeat: Himan, Washed Out, Nightriders & More

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Nightriders – This Love Is Real

Nightriders game me one of the recent staples of my bathroom dance parties (I’m the only one in attendance). Its the kind of melodic, yet sparse, dance music that the Aussies have perfected (Nightriders are from Boston). It reminds me most of something that Cassian might make, in fact. With the production being so sparse, the song feels a bit naked and exposed, which fits along nicely with the theme of the song, love. Love is the most naked emotion and most of the time you need only to look someone in the eyes to know if it’s truly ‘real’.

This love is real

Novalaise by HIMAN

French producer Himan recently released his new Initial LP, which you can find on iTunes and everywhere else. It was a pleasant surprise in my inbox, and I instantly fell in love with this track, “Novalaise”. Sometimes instrumental music is the strongest of all when it comes to how it can pull on your heartstrings. Listening to this song tugs on my memories and brings me back to days when the drive to the ocean was the best part of the day. A pretty girl in the passenger seat, windows down, the hot, humid breeze filling my car. Innocent times for innocent kids. I reminisce about those times often, and its songs like this that bring moments back to life in colors so vivid I could swear I was just there.

See the world clearly now

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Washed Out – Eyes Be Closed

We were one of the first blogs to ever write about Ernest Greene and his dreamy, slowed down, electro pop. In the days before Carles even dreamed up the word chillwave, we were already wondering how this guy could craft such beautiful soundscapes. And now, over a year later, Washed Out is delivering us a full length, due on Sub Pop. The first single is “Eyes Be Closed”. While it doesn’t have the stick in your head power that “Feel It All Around” had, this song delivers on every promise that Washed Out‘s early songs had. It instantly transports your body to the stratosphere and leaves you floating in the ether long after the song has faded to silence. Well done.


Watch out in the rain, this time, this time I’ll wait

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Black Light Dinner Party – Older Together

Sometimes a unique voice can suck you in within one line. Black Light Dinner Party‘s singer does that with his first line, “This time I ran too far away”. On the surface this is a paint-by-numbers love song about affirming your love… but the urgency with which its sung leaves me entranced and imagining far grander scenarios than are likely playing out. By the time the bridge arrives and explodes into your ears, you should be locked in.

Let’s fly…

Far East Movement – Rocketeer (Starsmith Remix) by Starsmith

Truth is that pop music usually has the best vocal melodies and hooks around. That sentence probably sounds really dumb to some of you and really obvious to others. But thats why its pop music, most people care about vocal hooks more than any other part of a song. Now, when a great producer decides to take a pop track and remix it in a style thats more palatable for us, its always exciting. Starsmith does it here, and knocks it out of the park. Fact is, this hook is GREAT, and I guarantee you will be singing it in the shower.


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Radioseven – hopeful

The Binary team is a sucker for hopeful songs, especially ones that are built around troubling or dark surroundings. Radioseven’s “Hopeful” starts just that way, with a dark pad, suggesting something bad on the horizon. Yet you can sense something good coming, and by the drop you fully expect the triumphant lead guitar lick to burst through.

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Flashlights – Hidden Behind Trees

Today I’m very proud to announce that we’ve signed Flashlights to Binary. The Denver duo makes shimmering electro pop that will fill your speakers with brooding soundscapes and dark imagery, but will leave you with melodies that wont leave your head. Their nostalgic take on the darker side of electropop makes them the perfect fit for Binary. Listening to the songs on their EP often take me on mental journeys to places and events that were long buried into the past. Its a remarkable debut that continues to be on repeat here at Binary. We’ll be releasing that debut EP, Hidden Behind Trees on Binary Records June 6th. Today we’ve got two of the songs from the EP for you to get your blood racing and your ears tingling.

Watch out, they’re coming for the insides

Flashlights – Glowing Eyes by Binary Entertainment

We’ll start here with Glowing Eyes, a taste of their darker, brooding side. When Kyle and I first heard the entirety of this EP, this is the song that stopped both of us in our tracks. Singer Ethan’s voice weaves through a slowpaced arpeggiated bass synth that rambles along towards nothing. Rumbling bass and a droning piano paint a soundscape that sounds almost apocalyptic. Like most of the music we love though, these dark overtones are balanced by hope-colored vocals, focussed on the ‘ever glowing eyes’. What are the eyes? I imagine they’re something different for everyone… For me? Its the kind of eyes that
leave you waking up at night with them still burned into your retinas.

Their hands shake, and the ever glowing eyes

Flashlights – Holidays by Binary Entertainment

The follow up to Glowing Eyes is Holidays, which as tropical as it sounds at first is laced with an unmistakable feeling of loneliness. Synth steel drums set the tone, but it doesn’t take long to fall into the vocals, hinting at something sharp and fast derailing your day. And still, its the contrast between the two that make the song work so well. When I hear it my body warms up. So stay in place, put your headphones on, and let Flashlights take you somewhere a little warmer.

Yeah you heard it by mistake, and now we’re hoping for the best.

Look for Flashlights debut, Hidden Behind Trees, this June 6th on Binary. Are you in the Denver area? Don’t miss their show with Miami Horror on June 11th at the Bluebird Theatre.

Stay in place till I get home… Till I get home

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