ES Waves – Podcast 15

Really enjoying this sound at the moment.  Used the Raar and Norberto Lusso tracks a number of times in the mix, intro / outro / over other tracks to set the mood.  There really are some cool tracks in here.  The mix between the Norberto Lusso and Arnaud Rebotini rides really well.  Really.

  1. Raar – L,accomplissement
  2. Johannes Heil – Exile 007 B2
  3. Tom Hades – Goya
  4. L.S.G. – Netherworld (CJ Bolland Mix)
  5. Hush & Sleep – Dimensional
  6. Hush & Sleep – The Cure
  7. Spektre, Luca Gaeta – Ascension
  8. Norberto Lusso – Met
  9. Arnaud Rebotini – Jacob’s Cycle
  10. Locked Groove – The Gate (feat. Innershades)

 

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ES Waves Podcast – Podcast 14

Ok, so I forgot to add a post about the latest podcast.  Well… here it is.  I’m really happy that the music is turning back towards my tastes which is reflected, a little, in this mix (which isn’t a microcosm of contemporary music, no really).

Dominik Eulberg – Bienenfresser (Original Mix)
Wehbba – Eclipse (Original Mix)
Nick Warren, Tripswitch – Voight Kampff (Cid Inc. Remix)
Haze-M, Rafael Cerato – Yaman (Original Mix)
Wehbba – Moonrise (Original Mix)
Mendy – By The Hand (Original Mix)
Rafael Cerato, ARTBAT – Uplift (Original Mix)
Lawrence – Along The Wire (Superpitcher Remix)
Push – Universal Nation (Gai Barone Remix)

Dig it.

Glastonbury 2017 – A Review

Monday – Breakfast
Sunday – Midnight Feast
Sunday – Evening

 

Sunday – Lunch
Sunday – Nutella & Banana Smoothy

 

Sunday – Breakfast
Saturday – Midnight Feast

 

Saturday – Evening
Saturday – Breakfast

 

Friday – Evening
Friday – Lunch

 

Thursday – Evening
Thursday – Lunch

Fleetwood Mac – Tango in the Night

The Guardian has reviewed the upcoming ‘deluxe’ reissue of Tango in the Night.  If you read the first post on this blog you’ll know that this is perhaps my favourite album.  It’s almost all killer.  I can’t get tired of it’s solid gold driving pop and have always been a little surprised that it gets glossed over by the band itself in the various TV docs (no doubt due to what appears to be the toxic environment in which it was created).

I’m a big fan of many elements but the percussion really stands out.  Pulsing and driving on tracks like ‘Caroline’ and ‘Tango in the Night’.

‘Isn’t it Midnight’ another example.  The subsequent ‘live’ VCR in which Stevie Nicks insisted on cutting in close up shots of her face is however priceless.