People are making all kinds of comparisons with this one, but I’m going to go with the legendary German producer Oliver Lieb. Along with Pete Namlook, he defined the German ambient sound in the 1990s, and this album is very much in line with that sound. Not surprising, since Sasha has played god know’s how many of Lieb’s progressive tracks over the years, right? Straight to headphones, this one is, and fantastic to work to. Because I’m old!
The man like the son of…delivered yet another gem for your collection. Not new, but still newsworthy.
Spent the weekend at a reunion for one of the most important club nights in the history of the American electronic music scene, so I’m going proper old skool with this one. Suburban Base…Rachel Wallace….Chooooon!
Getting ready for the massive Fever reunion this weekend, so I’ll be going old school the next few days. Starting with this one, an all-time classic from one of my top 10 all-time dance music albums.
Going back-to-back with We Are All Astronauts, both because they are spectacularly brilliant and because this one is available as a free download. For those of you who still like to own your own music…
One of those tracks that makes me remember everything that’s good about the world and its people and their music. If My Bloody Valentine met Ulrich Schnauss, Dolores O’Riordan, and Robin Guthrie at Mambo to watch the sun set over the White Isle, this would be the result.