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Azzido Da Bass – Dooms Day EP

Well, just as I was going into winter hibernation mode, with the banging tunes placed in a sound proofed chest until spring, up pops Azzido Da Bass’s new tune on Lektroluv. Featuring remixes from Sound of Stereo, Tocadisco, The Drill, ‘Dooms Day’ has taken a long time to come around, since ‘Dooms Night’ eleven years ago. Is it really eleven years? Fuck’s sake…

Worth the wait? Well, obviously…

It’s released on November 21st on Lektroluv. Here’s the Switch remix from a while back


There’s a sense of spring in the air right now. It may not last long, probably snow next week, but for now I’m going to enjoy the feeling of rejuvenation and post some music. Why not?

My French isn’t up to much, so I really don’t know what Arnaud Fleurent Didier is talking about during ‘France Culture’. There’s something about not speaking English, or German and left is mentioned and I hear life in there. I suspect it’s an ode to French culture, or being French. If you could send me a translation, that would be wonderful. It doesn’t really matter to me what’s being said, because it sounds brilliant. You can get the idea and to be honest I could listen to someone talking French all day without having a clue what they were talking about.

France Culture was released in 2009 and now Para One has produced a brilliant remix. This stripped down affair is solely about the mood. If they make a video for it, it will feature blue skies, fluffy clouds and someone sitting on a train, looking melancholy, while through the window France flashes by.

Arnaud Fleurent Didier ‘France Culture (Para One Remix)

Featured Tommie Sunshine ‘Limit of your Mind’ just the other day and now here’s a smart new club mix from Tocadisco, which I’m loving the ass off at the moment.

Tommie Sunshine- ‘Limit Of Your Mind (Tocadisco Beach Club Remix)’

Pains of Being Pure at Heart album, Belong, produced by Flood, is out 29th March. The title track is a lot meatier than any of their previous stuff and I like that. It’s got a real Smashing Pumpkins vibe, especially in the distorted guitar.

Pains Of Being Pure At Heart – Belong