Night Rumours - It's what keeps you up at night. From the basement to the bright lights - you're here today because you love dance music and want a little more wamp. Hitting Electro, EDM, Techno and back -- every week, Amperror (aka electblake) will bring you the next wave of floor burners. It's not a sundae, it's a massacre.
If you're new to this feature, be sure to check out the Suicide Sundaes -- they are the tallest free-standing structure dedicated to electro, and the Night Rumours is the step that follows, which guides us closer to the main-stage.
For the rest of you that've following along, I have another cripplr to set before you.
First off, I caught a 320 of Afrojack & David Guetta's latest "Lunar" (Original Mix) and well, I must say I love it. If I'm being honest, I have to admit I haven't really thrown down to an Afrojack original in awhile, moreover I can't remember the last time I even liked David Guetta (isn't he too busy remixing for money?). "Lunar", on the other hand sits in a great space for me, there is something about it - maybe it's walking synthlines and doubled backings that give me haunts of Daft Punk - regardless, listen for the space, stay for the drive.
Next up Urchins. First as a Gamble & Burke remix cool-down for those summer nights, and then as an Urchins remix going at the all too familiar Babylon by Congorock. But this time we find the job being done with a good re-imagining coming out as a tropical dance number vs. the steel drum we know it as.
The Ed Banger resident SebastiAn had caught a lot of flac from fans & the short selling fare as of late for his apparent switch into the softer of the dance spectrum. Maybe you should have given him the benefit of the doubt - Below we have Santigold & Beastie Boys pooling their marketing power whilst being accentuated by the more classic SebastiAn touch.
From here on out, it gets a lot harder. Including an opening with the 3 Kilos remix, some classic Van She and plenty of new material. Last week saw a lot of classics in the mix to help set the mood - now let's see where that mood takes us.