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07-04-2014 // Monday Morning Kick-Off: Big Gigantic - Touch The Sky


Monday Morning Kick-Off with a huge Saturday night track: Big Gigantic's "Touch The Sky". A pumping dance track from their recent release The Night Is Young. Eight tracks that all hold a bit of Skrillex, but more joyfull. Less nightly terror, more Summer fun. Shift into overdrive with this track on the first few hours of a new week. Have a good one!

01-04-2014 // Must-Have of the Month: Rebecca Brandt - Numbers & Shapes: Revisited

So the preview was on in Februari and the album itself was released in the beginning of March and now that I've been spending a few weeks with it, I'm happy to report that this remix album of the original Numbers & Shapes is another great work of art.

Numbers & Shapes: Revisited is so completely different from the original that any attempt at comparing the 2 albums just doesn't work out. After listening to both albums in several different settings (back-to-back, track-by-track, random order, etc..) I eventually decided to listen to this album as something completely new. The titles are the same, the original artist is the same, some songs do remind of the original record, but there is just too much difference between this and the original to make any sense of comparing them.

Like the order of the tracks, which are completely mixed up. Just as most of the songs are. Some tracks were so way off from the original that I had to look up the title before I was able to figure out the original song. And the original album has been playing a lot in this house. And it still does. I love waking up on Sunday morning, playing the original record, having a hot cup of coffee with a newspaper and a cat loungin' on my sofa.

Basically, the biggest change is the feel of the album. It morphed from a relaxing Sunday-record into a pumping Saturday-record. Not all tracks are as loud as "54", but this album is made for the dancefloor, at least most of it. The new order of the songs gently points out that the album slows down near the end of it. The album certainly doesn't die out all quietly on us, but the pace drops down a lot with "Aline's Song", "Blackbox" and "Rouge". If you play this album on a Saturday night partying, it would be best to save the ending for the after-after-party. Six o'clock in the morning and you're barely hanging on to being awake. Lying on the floor, you stare at the ceiling as the first rays of sunlight come peeking through the window. You fall asleep to 7 minutes of "Rouge". Sweet dreams guaranteed.

This album is nothing like the original. But is that a bad thing? Absolutely not. On it's own it's a great remix album, perfect for late Saturday nights. Enough moments to go crazy and loose the last bits of energy you might have left and eventually it'll help you fall into a fine overwhelming coma. The up-tempo tracks are definately the better ones and surprisingly those are also the songs that remind the most of the original record. The original is still a solid 17.423 times better, but don't let that number fool you, this is a great record! A Must-Have of the Month you can download for free at greenvillage.bandcamp.com/album/numbers-shapes-revisited.

31-03-2014 // Track: Bridie Jackson & The Arbour - We Talked Again


New music from one of my favorite discoveries through this blog, the extremely talented Bridie Jackson & The Arbour. Their new album New Skin is set for release in May, the single "We Talked Again" is released next weekend and is a re-make. The original song was featured on their absolutely brilliant (now there's a word I don't use very often on this blog to describe an album) debut album Bitter Lullabies. A beautiful remake of a great song. They did the almost impossible of making something beautiful even better. Beautiful. Irresistible. Intense. I love it.

31-03-2014 // Monday Morning Kick-Off: Dúo Del Sol - Cualquiera


This track is from a great instrumental album called hello Kaleidoscope by Dúo Del Sol. A wonderfull album filled with musical influences from all over the world. This song is by far my favorite, with the happy violin and the up-tempo feel to it. Perfect to get you started on a Monday morning after a relaxing weekend in the sun. Have a good week!

29-03-2014 // Track: Austin Ellis - If He Tells You That He Loves You


Read that Austin Ellis gets his inspiration from Jack Johnson (and other musicians). I hear that and I'm pretty sure everyone does. Is that a bad thing? Hell no! Great song.

27-03-2014 // Track: Aiden Moore - The Great Escape


Aiden Moore: The Great Escape. Great song from his EP The Great Escape.

24-03-2014 // Album: Greg Drummond - Walking Man

I started writing some kind of review about this great record several hours ago. Then I gave up and started texting with my girlfriend for over an hour.

I deleted the few words I had written and started all over. Untill I gave up and went on 9gag, twitter and facebook for another hour or so.

I deleted the 3 lines I had written before and started over again. I ended up just sitting here looking at a blank screen for 40 minutes straight.

All this time I've been listening to Greg Drummond's Walking Man. Call it silly or useless, but I have a hard time describing this album. When I think about it really hard, I guess it comes down to just one simple line: I love this album.

I can even describe this album in three words: Great. Fucking. Record.

22-03-2014 // Track: Iris Penning - De Schommelstoel


Heard it for the first time last night, loved it right there and then: Iris Penning. More to come!

20-03-2014 // Track: Dave Barnes - Good


I know this is just a very smooth popsong, but I find myself listening to it everyday since I first discovered it a few weeks ago. "Good" is from Dave Barnes' new album Golden Days.

18-03-2014 // Track: Blacklit Canopy - Patient / Mud Angel


This is supposedly just a demo, but it's so hauntingly beautiful that I can't think of anything better to make of it. If it were me recording, I'd say it is as good as it'll ever get. But perhaps Leo Faulkner and Gemma Mathews (the duo behind the name) will find a way to make this even more breathtaking.


The first time I heard this song I was as much blown away as I was when I first heard Bon Iver sing. It's all in the combination of their 2 voices and the piano. This song reminds me of so much beautiful music I've heard and eventually it's just a great addition to all the wonderfull sounds that I hold dear.

Blacklit Canopy is a duo to watch. These 2 songs are among the finest I've heard in months!

17-03-2014 // Monday Morning Kick-Off: Clockwork Noise - The Brink


Clockwork Noise's album Whethermachines starts with a 2 minute-song called "Wake Up Serenade", which would make a great opening song on this Monday morning. But there are a few more great songs on their record and "The Brink" is definately my favorite. If you like it, be sure to check out the entire album, it's a great record! Have a good week!

15-03-2014 // Track: Sahara Beck - Bang Bang Bang


Not the typical Saturday-night music I usually try and make you dance your arses off to, but this song by Sahara Beck isn't any less beautiful for it. This talented Aussie has a great voice and "Bang Bang Bang" is a highly addictive song. And with a cold beer in my left hand, I can still dance to this and even sing along (good thing the neighbours are having a party, no one will ever hear me..).

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I love reading. I hate silence. Play these records softly and enjoy a good book. Works for me.
 
Ps. They also sound great on their own.