Bonsoir, my dear friends. I don't know about you, but this past Halloweekend was particularly rough on my synapses and liver. I must be getting older, because it took me an unnaturally long time to recover from the debauchery. Fear not, I've regained my senses, and I'm back into the game.

Posts planned this week: OFWGKTA pt 2 featuring Domo Genesis, and the sixth installment of Canadian Club Crunchers, featuring Borracho, Rynecologist & Torro Torro.

on with the show

Tete de Tigre- Pelican Bay

Tropical percussive madness. I'm getting a LOL Boys-type vibe from this track, but that might just be me.

Bill Withers- Ain't No Sunshine (Hedward remix)

Rather simple wobble-wobble dubstep refix of a golden oldie. Not the greatest dubstep remix of all time, but it is effective. As well, Hedward is MTL based, so why not big up some local talent while we're at it.

Disco of Doom- Sex Face (REMOVED BY REQUEST OF DISCO OF DOOM) [now stream only]

Disco Of Doom - Sex face - Gung-Ho! by discoofdoom

Kill Halloween was a big blur, to be quite honest. Not sure if anyone played this that night, but they definitely should have. Un banger certifié, comme ils disent.

Caribou- Sun (Midland Re-Edit)

I've heard so many great remixes of this tune, and Midland's Re-edit is one of the better ones. Never fails to put a smile on my face. Dreaaaaaaaamy vibes.

As well, tonight's post also includes a bit of promotion for a few comrades, so to speak:

First up, we have a really dope mix from a dude from Reims named Mackpaye, who runs a blog called Source of Cool. He's the one who put us on to his producer friends Odus & Echoes, who we've posted about in the past. Recently, Mackpaye has gotten into the production and DJ game, and here is the fruit of his recent labour. It features a lot of talent from Reims (like ATV faves Art Nouveau),as well as a crapload of songs that I've never heard before. Hope you dig it. The tracklist is below the soundcloud player.

Source Of Cool Mix Vol.2 by Mackpaye

1/ Extraball (Odus Remix) - Yuksek
2/ Habanero - Cerice
3/ Silly Boppers This Is A Killa - PeaceTreaty
4/ Punch Card - Joee Irwin
5/ Control - Mackpaye
6/ Paradise (Echoes Remix) - Art Nouveau
7/ Rack Em (Bambounou Remix) - Loops Of Fury
8/ Habberkrats - Hector & Nate
9/ Party Killer (Disco Of Doom Remix) - David E Sugar
10/ Dinosaurs With Guns (Mackpaye Remix) - Teki Latex

And finally, we figured that we'd promote a lil' party thrown by the great folks at You Can Call Me Pelski. If you've been visiting blogs to get your electronic music fix for any amount of time, then you have to be familiar with them. Personally, I've been a fan for years (and grabbed an ungodly amount of music off of them as well), so when Pelski hit us up asking if we could post the flyer and show info of their UK show, I of course agreed.

Here's a little blurb, as well as the flyer. If you're in the area, this is one show you do not want to miss. They've put together a ridiculous line-up that features top-tier talent in house music, in collaboration with Jackmode Agency.

And the little blurb they provided:

We’re back on 6th November with a new, larger venue, equipped with, not one, but two Funktion1 soundsystems at a temporary venue under London Bridge, as part of Counter Culture. And this time we’ve teamed up with agency-of-the-moment Jackmode. Anyone who’s been following us would probably agree that this is an absolutely stonking lineup. The line-up reads like a Who’s Who of fun, funky and tribal-infused tech-house, showcasing artists hailing from some of the most influential labels in the game: Made To Play, Jackmode, Dirtybird, Turbo and Deadfish.

Room 1: Jackmode
Christian Martin (Turbo / Dirtybird)
Zombie Disco Squad (Made To Play)
Solo (Deadfish)

Room 2: Pelski Presents
Round Table Knights (Made To Play / Dirtybird)
Midland (Aus / Phonica)
Mr Solid Gold & Park Ranger (Trouble Vision)
Charles Darkly (Pelski)

Counter Culture
7-9 Crucifix Lane
London, United Kingdom
Tube Station: London Bridge

Buy Tickets

Have a good night, all.


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