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Monthly Archives: February 2013

February might very well be the dreariest of months, seeing as it’s just transportation towards Spring and it just makes you long for warmer days. This remix from Stockholm producer/dj Tomassey (AKA Tomas Nordmark) of the aptly titled Linnea Olsson track “Summer” sees a warm bassline and disco synths together with an echoed beat play off Linnea Olsson’s beautiful vocals for a track that we imagine we’ll hear while sipping on a drink and watching the sunset.

Box Of Wolves and singer/songwriter Christa Vi come together on the track “Boy” that’s drenched with hazy DreamPop synthesizer sounds. The chorus reveals the beautiful tension of the song as Christa repeats “don’t come any closer, don’t come any closer.”

Now “Boy” has been given a dancefloor workout by Canadian Nu-Disco rising star Cyclist, who introduces a bouncy and infectious beat. We’re happy to premiere the track today and be sure to give the original a listen.

Göteborgs technoscen from ErikNrdn on Vimeo.

This radio documentary done for the Swedish national radio channel P3 is the story of the pioneers that paved the way for Swedish dance music and it all starts in the later part of the 80’s in Gothenburg with underground rave/techno parties only to explode years later with the emergence of acts such as Swedish House Mafia. This story isn’t about bottle service and fists pumping but instead it focuses on a behind the scenes look at the people active within the techno scene in Gothenburg from 1989-2013.

The show will air on March 14th at 21:03 CET.

Last week Arnaud Rebotini’s Black Strobe released their funky disco single “The Girl From The Bayou.” The track now boasts a robust remix package from the likes of Pharao Black Magic, Brioski, Crackboy, Heim, Rambla Boys and Holmes Price.

Our favorite is the remix by our Swiss buddies Pharao Black Magic. Throughout the seven minute track, PBM adds new and pleasantly surprising layers of synths, guitar, and piano that will keep you grooving all the way until the end.

“Worst Enemy” is the first single from Toddla T Sound – the collective of Serocee, DRS, Shola AMA and Toddla T – brought together by Toddla himself.