Like Washed Out getting high off TLC, Make A Move is a sweet sweet proposition. Littered with pitch shifted snatches of vocals that sound more Casio and Laurie Anderson's O Superman than plug in. I'm pretty sure if I described myself as a Bro I'd consider this Dope. However as a Gent it is Rather Smashing.
The Japanese Popstars Feat. Green Velvet - Let Go from Blink on Vimeo.
Sunday night I joined Hannah Holland to DJ amidst the set from the film Prometheus in a huge recreation of space that for the last month has been home to Secret Cinema. An extremely messy but fun night in a location of Berghain proportions.
As for the film? The one universal positive reaction seems to be: it gives good Fassbender.
Several moons ago I spent a snowy winter locked in a rustic studio in the suburbs of Paris helping produce this guy, Sebastien Schuller. One of those times that radiates into the fabric of your soul the way a great novel does. Just hearing it's mention triggers a collage of memories but I shall save you that indulgence, in the same way one should never go on about a dream they had or show people holiday snaps. Suffice to say, new song One O One fits as a nice companion to wednesday's DIIV tune, yes, it's wintery, but as the summer struggles to break through a wall of grey apathy let it cast your mind to the simple, honest romance
of winter and refresh like an Iced Tea.
Parisian producer Para One's When The Night is a spruced up work out reminiscent of Bobby Brown's vastly underrated Ghostbusters 2 theme and The Fatback Band's I Found Loving. Elsewhere, recent Soundcloud offerings from new album Passion portray a decent array of Mr Ozio'esque electro, but for my summerime ghettoblaster in the park moments this is the tune to cut through with. It even features those bright rhythmical guitar "dig a dig digs" you'd get in something like Thriller