Saturday, February 27, 2010


painting by PANDASEX

Here is a fantastic new track by Mr Steve Summers.
This is what it's all about, keeping it simple and jacking the fucking box.. Being released on the greek label Echovolt Records sometime this summer.

Steve Summers

Also our friends Ian and Patrica have a dreamy synth pop project called
Soft Metals. This is their first song and we absolutely love it.


Tuesday, February 23, 2010



check out this new, totally awesome track by the bi-coastal, bi-band called 'answers' it's one half-valet resident drummer slash vibrarian ashby collinson. and that's all i know see cuz she's floating around in ny somewhere doing god knows what. but thankfully, she managed to drop this to me like a giant jah pet on the cheek. i am kissed and blessed. listen and let it seep in. wait for's addictive.

photo by ames gerould

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Roll models

through sickness and health, road trips and head trips, dreams and schemes, mix tapes, what's up dog! and most importantly, just fucking awesome..i'm chaka-ing u right now. xoxoxo

Thursday, February 11, 2010

i been feeling this way and then

cherry one radness

and also better late than never...just ran across this super awesome mix tape by gavin russom here

it was posted last year on 20jazzfunkgreats. nice, zone-y jamz while scanning old photos and drinking tea to the evenings rise. the transitions people. we are after all only humans.


1. Shaker Traditional Hymn-I Will Fight and Never Slack
2. Trio Bulgarka-Slunste Zaide (At Sunset) -
3. Haitian Ceremonial Music-Rhythme Rassemblement
4. West Indies Spiritual Baptist Traditional Song
5. Meredith Monk – Selection From Vessel: an Opera Epic
6. Karcharpaya Kantu – Andean Ritual Music
7. Guajira Ven – No1 De No1
8. PCP – Jane and Jeff Hudson
9. His Name is Alive-Hope
10. Kate Bush-How to be Invisible
11. Abdourahman Surizehi-Allahu -
12. The Mahavishnu Orchestra-You Know, You Know

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Some old queen

Untitled from Fjb on Vimeo.

Bria Neno on the Scottish channel.

I'm quite positive this will be pulled shortly, like the Synth Britannia and Krautrock documentaries were. But it was nice to watch with a coffee after spending 40 of my last 48 hours at work!