UNO Stereo just posted their remix of Wet’s “Dreams”, a nice bounce-y jersey take on the chilled out original.
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Just when you think you’ve heard enough remixes of Disclosures “Latch”, Lido kills it again with his version.
Soon he will be releasing his EP on Pelican Fly Records so keep an eye out!
Scouring the cloud for exciting new talent yields some of the best listening. Australian talent is the pay dirt. Having had the good fortune of an introduction to Heizen, a strong newcomer to every possible Tech variation has been tremendous. The name will be one appearing with much more frequency in the coming year, this is yet another mix / artist FC is proud to present to you early on.
Is there anything better than a great London Grammar remix? Bonobo instills that characteristic “peaceful curiosity” of his (I love the quiet chimes) while London Grammar adds strength with some seriously powerful female vocals.
Both artists are British-born and currently on tour – hopefully you caught London Grammar at the Commodore on March 31st and if not, while Bonobo isn’t appearing in Vancouver (wtf?) he’ll be in Seattle on the 19th (or you can catch him in Victoria at Sugar Nightclub on May 21st).
Vindata is a pair of Los Angeles-based producers. Started in early 2010, they describe their music as a “passion project to explore an uncultivated, organic, electronic sound. Jared Poythress and Branden Ratcliff set out to fuse their homegrown influences (Funk, Hip Hop, and R&B) with their new found zeal for Indie-dance, Chillwave, and Experimental.” Kenzie May also kills it with some soft vocals and subtle drug references in this disenchanted track.
One of Q-Tips more timeless works. The drums is Kohlenberg. Stint has been roaming around the scene / production game for number of years at this point, 2014 is being called out as his breakthrough year. The music game could use another Vancouver connect all up on it. This remix is offered as only a 48 hour download, kind of a tease if your a sleeper.
‘After Midnight‘ had three players, Ekali (who has had mention already today), vocalist VZNS, and The Oneiroscopist, who will no longer be known by this name. A short week ago the change was made in moniker to Jade Statues. To kick things off in a more memorable way than a mere status update, Jade Statues offers a new flip.
Vancouver’s own Ekali has carved out a deep corner of the prolific for himself. Mix after mix after mix for great names with even greater tracks. This creative immersion has only been further deepened with the announcement of a Said The Whale Remixes EP, all tracks of which are by, you guessed it, Said The Whale band member Ekali. ‘Safe To Say’ is surely just the tip of the iceberg. Full release available April 22nd.
Fresh from the 1080p Collection of Vancouver BC is a free house feeler ahead of the ‘Club Amniotics’ release, by MCFERRDOG. Expect the release out on cassette and digitally April 22nd.
Liven up your Sunday with Lenny K and the Vancouverite turned Montrealer + half of Potato Head People. The download is on the free.
Foals singer turned solo producer on the remix, originally premiered on Zane Lowe on BBC Radio 1. The man has lead quite an interesting career, with not just indie rock, but also a handful of TV appearances. There is no official Soundcloud in place for the project but there may yet be more announcements to come on the solo endeavour.
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Much of Lightning in a Bottle’s intimate singularity is expressed through The Lucent Temple of Consciousness, an amazing sanctuary for all participants to enrich the soul and inspire the spirit. The 2014 schedule inside the Lucent Temple, built out of recycled and found objects, will include over 300 different experiences in yoga, workshops, speakers and exotic world music.