Museum of Love is a New York band featuring former LCD Soundsystem drummer Pat Mahoney and Dennis McNany. Their sound is described as Indie Dance/Nu Disco/Punk Funk, and this featured song is their second single, Monotronic
“Snow in Newark” is a minor key ode to loneliness from Canadian-based future bass producer Ryan Hemsworth from his third full length, Alone For The First Time, the first on his own imprint, Secret Songs.
Sometimes you hear a super sexy remix of a song and you’re so into it that you’ve listened to it for over 30 times in one sitting. The Snakehips remix of BANKS’ “Warm Water” is that song.
We are thrilled to share this video from Brittany & Dave’s amazing wedding at Stroga! Cut to Tegan & Sara’s indie smash “Closer,” all the love, fun, and excitement of the evening is encapsulated in just under two minutes.
It’s Ronald Reagan building. High security with check points everywhere and a car search as you enter. Makes a DJ wonder how funky can this party get. Before they knew it I had unleashed my weapons of dance floor destruction. First some funk and soul, including Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition,” and then some classics from Michael Jackson.
Gazelle Twin’s dreamy cover of Wire’s “Heartbeat” is a new favorite cover version.
So, for the Fourth of July Holiday I wanted to pick an “iconic” American song for my Song of the Day. came up with “American Music” by the Violent Femmes
At my club nights, new material from the UK’s Hot Chip is always welcome on the dancefloor. Hot Chip really delivers with new single “Dark and Stormy.” Readymade for the floor, per usual.
Phoenix make great music but sometimes the original instrumentals feels like they could use a different path, as with this remix of “Trying to be Cool” by Wax Nostalgic.
Next Monday, June 17th! From The Legend to Oasis, a celebration of the greatest indie label ever. Featuring DJ sets from Creationist selectors DJ D-Mac & Stereo Faith, and a sundown outdoor screening of Upside Down: The Creation Records Story.