We don’t know too much about Perth based Indie-Electro duo Sun City at this point, although they may well deserve out further investigation. What we do know, however, is Australia’s greatest SynthWave export Jordan F. The latter has reMixed the formers’ track Zoetrope, and it’s chilled out retro radness.
Jordan’s been releasing quite a lot lately, it seems like he’s got his groove back and is bringing his A-game to every track he drops. This reMix of Zoetrope is a delicate retro workout loaded with nostalgia and innocence. Taking the best of the quiet moments in 80’s movie synth soundtracks and applying them liberally to a laid back beach groove works perfectly with the introspective vocals. What you are left with is a track that hides rich emotional power in it’s beautiful electronic dream.
♫ Sun City – Zoetrope (Jordan F reMix)
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L.A. Oliver themed production duo Oliver’s reMix of ‘Dont Stop’, the new single from Foster The People has been knocking around a while now, but now it has dropped through official channels the goodness is there for all to hear.
Oliver are right up there, the double act of Oliver ‘Oligee’ Goldstein and Vaughn ‘U-Tern’ Oliver, are easily in the top tier of Dreamwave producers, and perfectly positioned to combine L.A. Dreamwave with funker Nu-Disco sounds to become the epitome of the sound. their reMix of ‘Don’t Stop’ comes hot on the hells of their amazing contribution to Punks Jump Up and Dave 1’s ‘Mr. Overtime’ single, where they stole the show mere days later they drop another Disco bomb. Liberally applying vocdocer to the vocals and a bouncy Moogy bass, Oliver take the track to big uplifting places. It’s all about the ass shaking bass and huge synth stabs. Six minutes of dancefloor gold that never wavers and keeps the energy of the Indie-Electro original.
♫ Foster The People – Don’t Stop (Oliver reMix)
the ‘Don’t Stop (Color The Walls)’ single is out now, the reMixes should be out soon.
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Here’s the video for Cut Copy’s ‘Blink And You’ll Miss A Revolution’.
Get your stinkin’ hand’s off Cut Copy you damn dirty apes!
‘Blink And You’ll Miss A Revolution’ is taken from Cut Copy’s latest album ‘Zonoscope’
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Toro Y Moi’s new video, ‘How I Know’ is decidedly slapstick by Toro Y Moi standards.
Jordan Kin directed this clip which has gone a bit hipster Casper.
‘How I Know’ is the third single from ‘Underneath the Pine’.
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