My, doesn't time fly in the blogosphere! Finally got the chance to have a 'serious ' listen to the ladies. From one feedback junkie to another, here goes.
The transition from ellen into Simko is great- i love that kind of dark reduced techno that you play plus the feel of almost live percussion. I'm surprised by the ellen allien-I've never payed much attention-any other recommendations?And the kate simko track is clinical and classy-I hadn't heard of her. Love the margaret dygas-it positively bristles as soundtraps go off.
The change of sound with agf in the middle feels like a good move to me-dancefloor damage. Only the cassy kind of throws me because I know it so well. You keep it pretty dark and trippy but playful too. And Leila's polite mayhem to close
I'm afraid you're going to have to come up with a more convincing metaphor for this blog though-if this is the sound of indigestion well then I'll have another slice.
And with this next mix there's equal parts stamping to pirouetting. From the archive:
Local Collapse by Crawford
Guillaume & the Coutu Dumonts – Can’t Argue with Silence
Onur Özer – traumbone
Henrik Schwarz & Aampondo – I exist because of you (Dixon’s Stripped Down Version)
Mihalis Safras – Interafrica
Schneider & Galluzzi – Albertino
Knowing Looks – 1= moon
Argy – Love Dose (Luciano rmx)
Guillaume & the Coutu Dumonts – Yone
D.H.S. - House of God (Martin Landsky rmx)
Carl Craig – Movement 8 ( c2 version)
Henrik Schwarz / Ame/Dixon- D.P.O.M.B (version 2)