Tuesday, December 29, 2009

There Be Piano Monsters Here.....

For this final giveaway of songs we caned (candy?) all year long, we turn to two of our peak hour favorites, to compliment the start and end posts we put up last week.

John Selway and Elliot "Ulysses" Taub released this in the fall on the revamped Wurst Music Co.
Somewhere in District 9 the Nuerotic Drum Band must have fed those Prawns some old Strictly Rhythm records 'a la' The Believers, and the electro strut of Synapse, then traded them cat food for the results, which is clearly this EP.

Neurotic Drum Band-Robotic Hypnotic Adventure
At 320 Kpbs- Limited to 20 downloads

At the very first second of the piano loop, you will see the affect on your face.
We didn't play this often, but when we did, i would always regret that we didn't play it more.
Stunning track, one of my personal favorites of the year. Praise for it is unanimous, and you can read why on just about every music site worth it's salt.

Toni Lionni-Found A Place
At 320kbps - Limited to 20 Downloads

We've had a great year, and are looking forward to a very busy 2010

Starting at 3am On Jan 1st, where we will be playing an intimate loft space filled with some great people.

and here's some youtubes of some other tracks we felt made this such a great year. (in no order of particularity)

DJ Kaos Love the night away (Tiedye remix)

Michel Jackson - Can't Help It (Tangoterje Remix) FINALLY WE GOT A WHITE LABEL OF THIS, THIS YEAR

40 Thieves - Don´t Turn It Of (Brennan Green Version)

Toby Tobias - In Your Eyes [Tensnake Remix]

Lindstrøm & Christabelle - Baby Can't Stop (Aeroplane Remix)

Toto - Georgy Porgy (OOFT Rework)

Out In The Sticks - In The Darke

Solo - Congaloid

Gramophonedzie - Why Don't You (Original Mix)

Happy New Year

Paul and Adam

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

more....for the early evening

continuing in this holiday sharing, heres two pitched down tracks from two incredibly talented producers....

6th Borough Project- Do It To The Max
At 320kbps - limited to 20 downloads

The Revenge (combined here with craig smith to form 6th Borough Project ) composed this brilliant slow chugging groove with a catchy sample about 'Doing It to The Max', and since it landed in our clutches, we've self indulgently opened almost every set we could with it.
The Revenge is to house music, as Paul Atreide was to the world of DUNE.

get that spice

Floating Points- Love Me Like This
At 320kbps- limited to 20 downloads

This is a stunning edit/remix/sampling/whatever of the classic Reel 2 Reel track of the same name.
Apparently, besides creating two of the better tracks this year (this and Vacuum Boogie ), he has a day job splicing cells or molding atoms, or something like that.

The nonsense dub mix is also worth tracking down, no lyrics, but a great piano line.

I slept on this track for a while, but since discovering via a very helpful recommendation of 'Vacuum Boogie', we've had it as perfect company alongside the tracks from The Revenge/ Mark E/ Eddie C that usually make up the entirety of our pitched down moments.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

3 days of giving you things that work

Over the next three days, we'll post tracks (with limited downloads) we loved from this year, and the songs we paired them with so often they became inseparable, like us, in our sorry excuse for a dj partnership/friendship.

Soul Clap takes some Fleetwood Mac, inserts great percussion, vocal delay, and a thunderstorm (actual precipitation and cloud movement) as the break down. One of the best pop edits we came across this year, and it makes everyone get really cozy with each other on the dance floor. Its a good thing

At 320kbps
Limited to 20 downloads:
Soul Clap - Dreams

Follow it up with this track (my favourite of the two Koze mixes), the horns win:

At 320kbps
Limited to 20 downloads:
Who Made Who- Keep Me In My Plane (Dj Koze Remix)

blend it with summer and the end of a great night

If you miss the download limit
both are available on vinyl, the 'who made who' remix can be purchased at any reputable online store of good repute.

The Soul Clap edit can be bought on the Wolf+Lamb site, along with the B-side which is a brilliant edit of the only Chris Isaac song I know,
and love.

More giving to come

happy holidays

paul and adam

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Barely Eagle, but it was Christmas

Well as this year winds down, and the lack sharing that we have done on this blog becomes increasingly apparent, its time for us to sweeten you egg nog fueled living room boogie downs with a song we've been loving for a while now.

Not only did Linkwood (family) put out one of the most impressive long players of the year, with SYSTEM
(go check now, this has at least five songs to burn dancefloors with and the rest all have a specific time and place you will use them for)


They also put out a brilliant 10" with House of Traps on Fire Cracker Records.

Barley Eagle

01 Barely Eagle by MEMBERSONLY

They did the wonderful and sampled the only tasteful part of a criminally unrestrained Dennis Parker on his single for Casablanca 'Like an Eagle'

Dennis, aka Wade Nichols was (im almost certain) the ONLY , porn actor/ day time soap actor/ disco star. Ever.

This all builds on top of an very catchy kick, and is preceded by some distorted mumbling about house and disco music.


here its is for Free at 192 .......
but, even if vinyl isn't your preference, you can download it digitally at beatport and juno.

Here is the video for the original, which harnesses the power of rear projection for a stunningly cinematic result.

happy holidays!

paul and adam

Saturday, December 5, 2009






Thursday, November 12, 2009

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Coming Soon- Downtempos Before Distempers

Our mix for Old Gold Boutique, www.oldgoldboutique.com.
Their (brilliant) pod cast series is focused more on the headphone downtime listening type of stuff we all love, but rarely get to play out.

We put ours together with air travel, coconuts, sunset tides, outer space, ancient guitar riffs and nostalgic summer hangs all in mind,

The release date has been pushed back to the end of november, rightly timing it for winter vacations, or survival situations like the heat memory transference scene in 'The Giver', and likely, summer nostalgia.

NOTE: We did record this in september when we were still in denial of winters existence.

1. Happiness (Morgan Geist Remix)- Jonathan Jeremiah
2. Map Of Africa- Map Of Africa
3. I'm On Fire (Cousin Cole's Bad Desire mix)- Bruce Springsteen
3. Dull To Pause- Junior Boys
4. 24K (Erlend Øye Cover)- Morgan Geist
5. I'll Keep On Loving You- Walter Jones
6. Georgy Porgy- Toto
7. Keep Me In My Plane- Who Made Who
8. Isablla- Woolfy vs. Projections
9. Untitled Love- Still Going
10. Diamonds (Todd Terje dub)- Paul Simon
11. Love The Night Away (TieDye remix)- DJ Kaos
12. Bones(Thomas' way of the Ancients remix)-A Mountain of One
13. Dubby Games- Trentemoeller/Chris Isaac
14. Sunlamp Show (Disco Bloodbath remix)- The Aliens
15. Happiness (Quiet Village remix) - Jonathan Jeremiah

be sure to check the website listed above, as there are several mixes already up from Hatchmatik, Jonah Leslie, Jubilee, and more to come from Teki Latex, Harvard Bass, and other desirables

Monday, October 19, 2009

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Attitude City

Dave Shaw and the Loose Joints crew are launching a new night in Montreal at Blizzarts, every thursday,

Attitude City
(this is their fantastic site filled with edits, mixes, curiosities)

"Loose Joints begins its auspicious new weekly, simply ATTITUDE CITY, at Blizzarts, effective immediately!

ATTITUDE CITY brings you a collection of resident stalwarts and gentle potpourri of local and foreign talent, all mingling for what we strongly believe is some of the best dance music in Montreal. No cover, custom decorations and visuals every night, drink specials and the warmest vibe this side of Montego Bay."

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Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Friday, May 1, 2009

on the wishlist

full story

Invisibility cloak edges closer

Tiny holes all over the cloak bend the light around the bump
Scientists have rendered objects invisible under near-infrared light.
Unlike previous such "cloaks", the new work does not employ metals, which introduce losses of light and result in imperfect cloaking.
Because the approach can be scaled down further in size, researchers say this is a major step towards a cloak that would work for visible light.
One of the research teams describes its miniature "carpet cloak" in the journal Nature Materials.
This "carpet" design was based on a theory first described by John Pendry, from Imperial College London, in 2008.
Michal Lipson and her team at Cornell University demonstrated a cloak based on the concept.
Xiang Zhang, professor of mechanical engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, led the other team.
"Essentially, we are transforming a straight line of light into a curved line around the cloak, so you don't perceive any change in its pathway," he explained.
This is not the first time an invisibility cloak has been made, but previous designs have used metals, whereas the carpet cloak is built using a dielectric - or insulating material - which absorbs far less light.
"Metals introduce a lot of loss, or reduce the light intensity," said Professor Zhang. This loss can leave a darkened spot in the place of the cloaked object.
So using silicon, a material that absorbs very little light, is a "big step forward," he says.

Sunday, April 26, 2009


Tuesday, March 31, 2009


1.Hang On - 6th Burough Project
2.So Much More - Laberge
3.Don't Make Me Wait (Todd Terje edit) - The Peech Boys
4.Raw Cuts Vol.4- Motor City Drum Ensemble
5.First Time Around ( cosmo vitelli edit) - Skyy
6.Blackout!- White Girl Lust
7.Raw Cuts Vol.3 - Motor City Drum Ensemble
8.Business Acumen- In Flagranti
9.Oh Missy (Whatever/Whatever dub) - Woolfy
10.Burning Love- Glossy
11.Just Got Paid- Runaway
12.Live Goes On- Soundstream
13.Goodbye Dancing, Hello God (Arto Mwambe remix)- Lars Bartkuhn
14.Rushing To Paradise ( Walking These Streets) - House of House
15.Was That All It Was? ( Daves' Editude City, edit) - Jeane Carne

Tuesday, January 27, 2009