Nice little hypnotic cover from Wingtip of Postal Service’s infamous “Such Great Heights”
Happy Holidays from Beartoons! To celebrate here’s a melancholic remix from DJ Koze of a Michael Mayer and Joe Goddard track.
Nothing like a bit of zen techno to get you through the day. Good for yoga, trainrides spent staring through the window or just the odd contemplative montage. Like Indian style Kiasmos.
Manchester duo Shy Luv channel their best 80s era ballads with a miraculous ability to be upbeat and yet melancholic simultaneously. These guys are one’s to watch in 2018.
Nils Frahm makes some of the most wonderfully crafted classical and ambient music, unique in its creativity and intensity. Echo 6, a newcomer from Montreal by way of Toulouse, has seized upon a chilling masterpiece by Frahm and built a masterpiece of his own.
Snowfalling outside, its time to wind back the clock with some old school feels. The instrumental from Shyheim’s (of Wu Tang Clan) “Shaolin Style” is so perfect, it could be a stand alone track. Produced by L.E.S.
Aussie duo Avon Stringer have pulled off a real firestarter here, using a classic sample and a fiery disco house vibe. Happy Friday!
Yuksek spins a disco rework of Bertrand Burgalat’s already plenty groovy “Etranges Nuages”. Listen to the original here