So here's a short post recommending some music I've liked more or less recently:
First I'll talk you about this really intriguing artist called moji moji. His real name is Lucas Page and he's from Buenos Aires (Argentina). As such, the track names for his two published releases are poetic and evocative by themselves. As for example:
El laberinto de la noche nos conduce a Cachi, which could be somehow translated to "Night's laberynth drives us to Cachi". Whatever or wherever Cachi is, I'm already intrigued enough to listen.
And listen I did, and you should do it too! These are his releases:
- N, published in the always nice Resting Bell netlabel
- Detroit de la Mare, published in Hipidukimuzik
If you're into postrock I absolutely recommend it.
Now for something a bit more frantic, so to say: mixtapes! Ne7 recommended this website from one fellow demoscener from mighty TRSi demogroup a while ago: DJ Placebo. It contains several mixes in different styles, and the ones I liked most were the ones in 'oldschool' styles, such as for example Alte Schule or Back to Oldschool.
And finally for the total oldschool awesomeness! Dj Hoffman of Unstable Label has recently released an Amiga Musicdisk with a total of twelve (12) modules in (mostly) jungle style. It's 8-bit jungle and if you're into Amiga or mods or jungle or are simply curious you would do well downloading it. The file includes also the original mod files without encryption or anything, and a 'mixed' mp3 with all the songs in order, without gaps in between.
That's all for (maybe) the following six months ;-)