Thursday, 28 October 2010

Tuesday, 26 October 2010

Encounters: "Escapista" [Video]

Compiled by Memo. Stitched together by Eric and Memo.

Friday, 8 October 2010

Monday, 4 October 2010

Spanish Pies

Paul made a mix a couple months back that featured a "schizoid mélange (mezcla perhaps?) of groovy beats, flamenco pop, adverts, latin vocal histrionics and burping." His masterful work inspired me to follow up with a sequel of sorts.
"Spanish Pies 2" is a humorous Spanish erotic mixtape. Featuring Los Hermanos Calatrava, Los Angeles Negros (Chile), Rita Lee (singing in Spanish), Susana Estrada (sexiest groove since "Je T'aime..."?) - speaking of which, there's at least two pieces to be found that make references to said seminal erotic piece of pop legend - amongst other delights. There's allusions to cars and football, in this context turned to an object of perfect physique, and the goal as orgasmic satisfaction, respectively.
Paul also designed the beautiful artwork, so extra kudos to him.
Click on the covers to download the mixes. Both in lovely 320.

Saturday, 2 October 2010

Trip Mosaic 21

New trip, featuring T-Rex, Bob James, Joe Meek, oOoOO, Phu'o'n Dung, Modern Lovers, Ennio Morricone and more.
Click me.

Friday, 1 October 2010

Trip Mosaic 20

More tastiness with the likes of Burt Bacharach, Pavement, Joe Meek, Los Diablos Rojos, the Cramps, Serge and Jane, Bich Loan and CBC Band and more...
Click on Jean-Claude Van Damme.


A new mix, this concentrates on beat music and some purple haze of the dubby persuasion as I know it to be. All spliffed-out grooves featuring the Upsetters, Scientist, Tayo meets Baobinga, Part Time, Soreng Santi, Baby Jazz, Sly and family, DeWolfe library grooves, Bob James, Stevie Wonder, Prine and other funkateers.

Ambient Mosaic 6

Clocking in at nearly two ours, this ambient megamix features Detroit Escalator Company, bits from that Justin Bieber track that some dude time-stretched by 800%, GAS, transitional sleep records, Destroyer, Fennesz, Loren Connors, Ms. John Soda, Ravi Shankar, no Eno this time, I'm afraid (he's got a new album coming out and a track off that might be featured in the next installment of the Ambient Mosaic); some Arthur Russell, Ryoji Ikeda and Carston Nicolai and much, much more...