36 minutes of Dr Lektroluv’s set from I Love Techno this year. The set recording was cut short as the good doctor’s batteries ran out…High tech.
Dr Lektroluv at I Love Techno 2012 Mix
This one has caused some consternation in the SS office. So much so that, in the end, we had to arm wrestle to decide if it went up or not. I won. No contest, to be honest.
Bo Keeney – Don’t You Worry
When ‘Don’t You Worry’ first starts, you may think ‘so far, so…Jack Penante, or any other singer/songwriter you can think of’. But it’s not like that at all. This has got a couple of things up its sleeve to surprise you. How can I describe the experience?
Imagine a night out, starting off down the local. They’ve got a band on. They’re pretty good, singer can sing, guitars and that. Then its off down the street to a club, few banging tunes, top one, have a bit of a dance. Before you know it, it’s light outside, the birds are singing and you’re perched on the kerb side, waiting for a taxi that isn’t going to arrive. The only constant throughout is your mate, Bo, telling you not to worry about it. He’s getting the first round in at the pub, sorting you out in the club and now you’ve used his phone to ring for the none existent cab and you’re stealing his chips on the kerb.
This is pretty much ‘Don’t You Worry’ in a nutshell. For me anyway. Others may suggest he’s trying too hard to be all things to all men, but they’re the people that moan that everything sounds the same. This doesn’t sound like anything I’ve heard recently and overall he carries it off really well. He’s 23, has a great voice and produces all of his own stuff, showing the potential and imagination to suggest great things to come. There’s an EP due out on the 9th December through Stranger Records and you can find out more about Bo himself over on his web site HERE. You’ll also find a couple of remixes from Breton and Skream/Magnetic Man collaborator Sam Frank, along with ‘Motivation’ another track from the EP
Check out the video to ‘Don’t You Worry’ down there
‘Just Go’ is out now, with part two of the EP due on the 10th December, featuring remixes from Kamp!, Reflex, Julien de Plasir and Oxford. You can check out the Cyclist remix below
Shindu – Just Go (Cyclist remix)
Featuring the Wicker Man, Vikings, Death, death metal bands, pagan idolatry, cats and dogs and of course Oliver Reed, here are the new visuals for Rebotini’s ‘Pagan Dance Move’, taken from the EP of the same name. It’s available to buy now on Zone Music HERE.
Grab the free download of another EP track ‘Their Synthetic Majesties Request’ remixed by David Carretta and Workerpoor.
Arnaud Rebotini – Their Synthetic Majesties Request (David Carretta & Workerpoor remix)
New video for Belgian buzz band, Montevideo, featuring Lara Chedraoui from Intergalactic Lovers on vocal. I’ve not entirely bought into this lot yet, but this track chugs along nicely and Miss Chedraoui’s voice is amazing. ‘Fate & Glory’ is taken from the bands debut album ‘Personal Space’, which is out to buy now on . Get it HERE
You can also download The Horrors Tom Furse’s remix of ‘Castles’ below –
Montevideo – Castles (Tom Furse remix)