THIS. wow. Hudson Mohawke bring a hard hitting “banger” type tune full of melody and swirling vocals that grabs you and pulls you right in. Think future music and a crowded post apocalyptic club vibe all road warrior and slow motion androids dancing type pandemonium. The hopeful highs and the impending violence of those hardcore drums. Remixing Four Tet is a challenge and this is a success. Enjoy. Grab the download while you can. Pow
Binary Friend Pat Lok takes Usher’s tune “Yeah” (yes the one with Lil Jon) and delivers a guilty pleasure tune. Confession, its not that guilty, full disclosure, I fucks with Usher. Check it out and grab the free download while you can. Pat hooks the beats lovely as he always does. Do It.
Pink Feathers (aka Liz Anjos) just released her Invisible Lines EP and it is dreamy. On this one she trades off vocals with Speak. Liz has really developed as an artist and this Ep sets her on course to breakthrough the comfortable but looming shadow of her husbands project (a little thing called RAC) and into her very own. There are hints of Stefani that are complimented by the gravely vocals of Speak and an emotional vibe that manages to feel both authentic and catchy. Tune. Happy Wednesday. Binary approves.
Australian darlings I Know Leopard create glistening and infectious pop tinged tunes fit for surfing, dancing, kissing, walking, cooking, hugging, jogging, driving to work, petting your dog, quiet contemplation that becomes blissful revelation and love, in other words – life. Get up on their sound and vibe. Happy Weekend. Binary Approves.
Binary friends Night Drive meet Off Da Clock and the combo is dreamy and fresh. A sliver of sunlight that brightens the room, you remove your Ferrari Sunglasses from their case and unfold them, you grab the keys and head out into the night. No one seems to be on the road at this hour and the street lights and bar signs cast a neon glow over the terrain. The possibilities feel endless as you accelerate towards the horizon, past the images and into the pixelated end of substance and form. Tune.Free Download. Binary Blog.
I was like…ok…then I was like…alright and then I was like daaamn. This one surprises and wins you over, after the first listen it’s done. Pop appeal, song writing, arrangements and an emotional core, Tourist has crafted a tune that gels and works. Discover them here.
Jonas Rathsman makes intricate tunes that are complicated enough to be beautiful without being so complex that they feel busy. His latest, a Remix of the Sam Smith tune “Like I Can” showcases this skill with grace. Somewhere between theatric and ravey this one stirs the emotions while keeping us moving. Sam Smith channels Tracey Chapman and warbles along repeating the same phrase but the beat is the winner here.Thoughtful and fresh. Classic Rathsman
LBCK. Long time Binary friends LBCK are back, doing what they do. They do it well so, why not continue doing it? Like they are… Annd they made it where you can download it for free and listen to it anywhere you want (yes they have that power) so, that is a cool part of it also. words about song, say how cool one part is and say what part of the song that is at, mention that its new, did I say free download? ok I think we are done here. LBCK. Get V familiar.