Categorie archieven: DADASONIC

Dr Das experimental dub

Dr Das experimental dub selection on soundcloud.

Coldcut: Autumn leaves

Coldcut: Autumn leaves (Nellee Hooper mix)

Lord Cry Cry

Lord Cry Cry – “I’ve got the clap induced blues momma” (Videomit’s Bluesmen Tribute Version)

We like Bullits


The song is “Close Your Eyes” (The Bullits featuring) but it’s especially the video we like.

Soundtrack to a nightly walk in the woods

This is definitely one for the “beyond” section. Sofamixes puts together a modern classical mix and calls it Soundtrack to a nightly walk in the woods. Guess this is why we like the woods so much. Eine kleine Nachtmusik for forest walkers (although we might just as well be tempted to try this one out on a starry night at the beach).

Step outside. It’s night, it’s dark, rather cold, and the woods are just around the corner. Walk. What’s that sound? Listen.

Soundtrack To A Nightly Walk In The Woods by Sofamixes on Mixcloud.

Mil i Maria

While writing our post on SubMachena, we also took a look at the other acts on their Blancomusic label. So it was a bit by coincidence that we stumbled upon this band. They’re called Mil i Maria and we don’t know a whole lot about them. Only that we fell in love with tunes like the ones you can hear below.

New Burial “Street Halo”

Burial comes with a new release, his first solo effort since 2007. Street Halo is a three track EP, foreshadowing a full album that is to be released later this year. It’s Burial as we know him, but with some minor changes. The songs sound a bit less ambient and a little more radio friendly. Or even dancefloor friendly, something you wouldn’t have said about Burial in the past. But it’s not a bad evolution and Burial is still Burial. I praise myself lucky for that.

Perhaps the biggest change is hearable in the EP’s title track. Street Halo combines a pounding atmosphere with an enticing beat and spliced female vocals – making it a possible candidate for the dancefloor. NYC (track #2) has distorted beats that keep changing in tempo as the backbone of the track. It’s an abstract tune, melancholic and gloomy – with distant and distorted female vocals adding to the claustrophobic atmosphere. Third track Stolen Dog stays downtempo, but adds some soul to it. It also has a dusty piano line that stumbles along for most of the track and surprisingly brings some warmth to the music. It’s a brillant tune. All three tracks make us curious what the full album will bring. More Burial, that’s sure, but which Burial?

Street Halo

NYC

Stolen Dog

New Burial "Street Halo"

Burial comes with a new release, his first solo effort since 2007. Street Halo is a three track EP, foreshadowing a full album that is to be released later this year. It’s Burial as we know him, but with some minor changes. The songs sound a bit less ambient and a little more radio friendly. Or even dancefloor friendly, something you wouldn’t have said about Burial in the past. But it’s not a bad evolution and Burial is still Burial. I praise myself lucky for that.

Perhaps the biggest change is hearable in the EP’s title track. Street Halo combines a pounding atmosphere with an enticing beat and spliced female vocals – making it a possible candidate for the dancefloor. NYC (track #2) has distorted beats that keep changing in tempo as the backbone of the track. It’s an abstract tune, melancholic and gloomy – with distant and distorted female vocals adding to the claustrophobic atmosphere. Third track Stolen Dog stays downtempo, but adds some soul to it. It also has a dusty piano line that stumbles along for most of the track and surprisingly brings some warmth to the music. It’s a brillant tune. All three tracks make us curious what the full album will bring. More Burial, that’s sure, but which Burial?

Street Halo

NYC

Stolen Dog

Rebel Warrior Live

Asian Dub Foundation performing Dhol Rinse live during their Enemy of the Enemy Tour.

Nihal Ramchandani podcast

Simply click the image and listen to the podcast. Dark but beautiful.

It’s a soundscape signed Nihal Ramchandani for Berlin’s Hotflush Recordings. Tracklist over here.