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Nouveau Djset du belge Tom Hades. Du lourd !


01. Markantonio - Sade (Flavio Diaz Remix) 
02. Gary Beck - Egoist (Gary Beck & Speedy J Remix) 
03. Tom Hades - Combustion 
04. Tom Hades - Magnetica 
05 .Adam Beyer & Alan Fitzpatrick - Human Reason 
06. Gaetano Parisio - Needing Chords (Rino Cerrone Remix) 
07. Rich Jones - Depth Charge (Sasha Carassi Remix) 
08. Space Djz - Angular Activity 
09. Marco Bailey - Purple Haze (Axel Karakasis Remix) 
10. Marco Bailey, Tom Hades - Create The Force 
11. Stefano Lotti - Low Blow (Tom Hades Remix) 
12. A. Mochi - Stroke (Be Positive Mix) 
13. Erphun - A Drink With The Devil (Alan Fitzpatrick Remix) 
14. Gabriel D'Or & Bordoy - Spremuta 
15. Soren Aalberg - Let Love Kill You (Tom Hades Remix)

Nuits sonores 2011


Discover the Radio Nuits sonores 2011

French indie & electronic festival
9th edition
01 - 05 June 2011
Lyon - France

A Raver’s Diary

Dusty Kids de son vrai nom Paolo Alberto Lodde est  un musicien avec un grand M. Un artiste qui sait manier les instruments digitaux aussi bien que la guitare ou le violon. C’est ce talent qui lui permet de nous proposer un périple au coeur de  30 ans de musique électronique : le justement nommé « A Raver’s Diary » sorti chez Boxer en 2009.

A raver's diary traverse les méandres de la techno, du chaud au froid et inversement. Dusty Kid est capable de produire un morceau deep- techno au son froid et métallique puis de mettre de côté les percussions brutales pour nous entrainer dans une mélodie à la guitare, ballade techno comme on en écoute raremement ( les versions ci-dessous de America et de Nemur ).

A raver's diary  est un des meilleurs albums des années 2000. Pas mal pour un premier (et pour l'instant unique) album !

"Dusty Kid is a hotly tipped producer from Italy who wrote a track about Richie Hawtin confessing his love for him, which of course was duly played by the man himself. As Duoteque he made big club styomping electro-techno and solo he  made his debut album 'A Raver's Diary' full of the constantly building, peaking and simmering techno maximalism that works a treat in big clubs. Cleverly the set is also mixed together meaning you know he's put some real thought and effort in. Big with ravers, clubbers and Richie Hawtin..."

Dusty Kid - America (Extended Version)

Dusty Kid - Amazon

Dusty Kid - Kore & Lynchesque (DJ Roma Wild rework)

Dusty Kid - Nemur (Walls Of Guitars)

Summer song

Sorti le 11 avril dernier, le rafraîchissant 3ème album des anglais de Metronomy "The English Riviera" contient quelques très bons titres comme Everything goes my way et The look. Mais surtout un petit bijou de track se distingue de ses collègues, un des meilleurs titres de ce début d'année, et qui restera certainement dans le top du top 2011 : The Bay.

"Metronomy leader Joe Mount rather grandly "splits his time between London and Paris" these days, but it's Totnes, Devon – his hometown – that's been on his mind lately. The album's title and its music are a homage to Mount's native south-west – but it's a sunny, west coastified version, in which cool people drink tequila sunrises and Steely Dan tunes waft out of seafront bars. The English Riviera is miles removed from the glowstick-waving indie-dance that previously characterised Metronomy – instead, it piles on ambling good vibes and darts of sweet synth, along with basslines that sculpt songs into various shapes: Latin-funky on Everything Goes My Way (a completely gorgeous duet by Mount and guest vocalist Roxanne Clifford), soft-rocky on Trouble. Their nu-rave past is revisited on The Look and Loving Arm, and sits surprisingly easily alongside the FM radio feel of the rest of the record, probably thanks to the charm that permeates every last moment of this album."

Metronomy - The Bay