Suicide Sundaes - stop your grinnin' and drop your linen. Every Sunday electblake of Earmilk will bring you the weeks dirty servings, and some old favorites through a throwdown-throwback to simpler times. A time when bangers were big, remixes were bigger, the bassline bled, and we didn't care about anything as long as came in kicking and left screaming. To hell with sketchy Sunday, we want to shove another dragon down the hole.
Sorry for the late nature of this week's sundae, it was a long one last night and my afternoon nap crept into the night - heh, but I digress.
This week is jam packed of high quality greatness. Mountainous resolution ready romps into a riot filled room - It's good is what I'm trying to say is all.
Pance Party is back with a remix for The Dance Party which goes so well beside the Build & Clancy remix of Yeasayer's "O.N.E" which congers memories of the first time I heard the Ted & Francis remix of Two Door Cinema Club. Neither to be topped by some new GRUM and a blast from the past - Bag Raiders.
Thats how this Sundae starts, summer to fall pop remixes - something gold and new and smelling of decaying leaves. But quickly the sun sets on that promise and we're left with the cold hard bangers and firey anthems to keep us going through the night.
This week that takes shape in some The Subs which I'm especially loving - I still listen to "Mitsubishi" every week or so. The Subs are backed by Les Petits Pilous and Dom Rimini. Reset! has his "If We Try" being supported by Steed Lord (among others).
There is usually a cherry in every sundae, a surprise new act (new to me at least but maybe not new to you) and this week it's - Nightbreaker - He made his way unto my radar and then filled my itunes with electro desserts I'll always make room for. A member on Erol Forums and on the verge of releasing his Tokamak EP it looks as though he's been putting out music for awhile now - just not sending it to earmilk - don't worry, I'll keep tabs for you.
Happy Birthday to all of you with birthdays this weekend or the week to come (I bet there are tons out there) and enjoy your 40th Suicide Sundae!