December 4th, 2013 binaryent
LIFELIKE bring this gem to you specifically,fresh out of the Parisian streets…full of all the life and love that accompany that visual. Think romantic and space age, think refreshing and groovy. Think of the one that got away and the subsequent missions to either forget about them or find a new distraction. As the synths swirl and the bass pushes straight ahead you are caught up in the moment. Live your life. Enjoy your life. Cherish your happy moments and stay as present as possible, tomorrow is not promised so go after what you want today. Until then- Night Patrol.
December 2nd, 2013 binaryent
Any further explanation at this point would be beyond redundant. Luxxury edit, casbah is rocked. indulge. If you don’t know…now ya know…………………POW.
November 25th, 2013 binaryent
Sultry. Y’all know the original, Patrick adds vocals and sexes it up. Romantic and catchy, this dude just has the “vocal edit” concept locked.Syrupy vocals and a melody that compliments the track. Yes please. Binary approved.
Bonus beat/Exhibit B:
November 19th, 2013 binaryent
Yessssssssssssss. Just embrace it. Don’t bother resisting. This tune knows who and what it is and just rolls right in with zero apology and 100% raved out groove. There is an almost Malinchak vibe. I said almost Chris, your mastering is still superior. Find freedom here. That clean and clear victory of a smashingly produced dance track. Get carried away. It’s Tuesday. Binary Approves.
November 12th, 2013 binaryent
Horizontal Disco indeed. Our friend Zimmer returns with Galapagos. Vibes for days. Some tunes just make you happy, the groove takes over while a smile appears, by the time the break arrives you are in blissed out rave mode, lost in the rhythm. Either that or its just a really good song, pick the description that feels relatable and check the tune. Twinkly, ravey, tropical, sexy —Galapagos. The end
November 7th, 2013 binaryent
Our boy Patrick Baker is just unstoppable. Tune after tune Patrick brings the heat, so much so that I almost have to intentionally not blog some of his stuff just to make room for other artists, even though it is still awesome and entirely blog worthy. This one however can not be held back, patrick takes the already dope Ta-ku jam and adds vocals that fit perfectly. A hell of jam and the tune of the day. Free download! Get it while you can.
November 5th, 2013 binaryent
Walter Sobcek takes a stab at old school french artist Laurent Voulzy and produces a dreamy, upbeat synthed-out romp. Yes, I said romp. Changing it up a bit here. From the beginning sounds of crashing waves to the dreamy synths and heartfelt french crooning, it is comfortable and fun. I have no idea what he is saying. Its still all good, part of the uh – romp. Anyway, check it out. 80s and ocean and right up our alley. Free download as well?? don’t mind if we do….Tune.
November 3rd, 2013 binaryent
This song…This is one moving song. Simple in premise but heartfelt and beautifully melodic. Each element adds another layer of intimate warmth, when the beat fully arrives at 1:10 it has you. Sensual, playful, full of life and groove. Literally on repeat, this one feels like an anthem. If you have not already familiarized your self with Panama…you are slipping. Correct yourself. Check their soundcloud and prepare to fall in love. Quality music. Happy sunday.
October 30th, 2013 binaryent
Mereki Mereki Meriki. Oh how our love for you has grown. Somewhere in the middle of you work with Goldroom and your sweet solo ventures we have fallen. As if the original was not fresh enough… EASY GIRL took her original in an og direction. Free Download as well. check it out. Happy Wednesday.
October 25th, 2013 Dillon
Frogtown is a new project between LA dudes Alex Koons and Sam Gabbard, two of the guys behind LexiconDon. They’ve posted a bunch of quality songs free for download on their SoundCloud, and ‘Strawberries’ is probably my favorite (‘Me For You’ & ‘Jersey Devil’ are also very good.) The vocals & lyrics give a sense of hopeless longing that everyone can relate to in some way or another. While the vocals really drive this song, that bass line and eerie guitar make it stand out as something a bit different – a little rock, a little pop, but overall just good music. Despite the lyrics, there’s still this feeling of optimism in the chorus, followed by a “fuck it all” ending that I totally appreciate. Put this on repeat and let it take you into the weekend.