Tag Archives: electronic music

Acid Pauli – MST

18 Sep

90’s revival, oldschool house, deep house, slow mo, nu disco… none of these genres are quite what New-York based label Clown and Sunset is looking for. For bossman Nicolas Jaar, experimental bohemian jazz is the new black in the fields of electronica. The new face of the label, Acid Pauli, is a musical genius and tastemaker who plays in three bands, released a track on a Björk album and went out for a tea with Michael Nyman (british producer and composer of endless movies soundtracks) to discuss future projects. He has just released a compilation on Crosstown Rebels (Get Lost V, which is simply delightful – preview my fav here – and will be here soon) but his new album “Mst” is the goodie of the day here at the PitchPie.

Stream it just down here and be amazed:

John Talabot – fin

9 Feb

Where the boundaries between Disco/House, Indie-Pop and Electronic music become fluid, comes John Talabot’s debut album for German dancefloor institution, Permanent Vacation. The Spanish native has followed a steady consistency since first appearing on the scene in 2009 with ‘My Old School’, followed by sought-after aces on Hivern Disc and Young Turks, his debut single “Matilda’s Dream” plus a stack of remixes for everyone from Teengirl Fantasy to The xx. His first LP, fin, is a distillation of his defined tastes, weaving nine tracks which could easily fit into any of the categories above, but essentially just do their own thing, very stylishly.

Have a listen to the two singles “So Will Be Now…” and “Destiny”, both featuring Madrid’s producer/singer Pional:

If you like it, I suggest the download of his latest mix for FACT magazine, with an atmospherically fluid and disco-kissed vibe here.



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