Slinky slow-mo from our space disco faves. If you find yourself making out with a replicant, well, you know who to blame.
Crayon & Pyramid, “So Far Gone”
French producers Le Crayon and Pyramid did a Captain Planet and let their powers combine for a new EP out on Kitsune. It’s full of cascading synths, yearning vocals and nicely chopped beats and melodies, which means we think it’s pretty keen.
Mitch Murder, “Breeze”
Time for the sunset training montage, guys. Or sunrise if you’re feeling up to it.
Mitch Murder, “Medley For Science”
Sometimes you need some science dance music. Perfect for finishing up that difficult physics paper or while assembling your quantum laser assembly.
Young Digerati, “Peak Performance” (80s Stallone Remix)
A fine, fine slice of synthpop with some nice spins into early 90s Anything Box territory before kicking into a light-hearted take on the Carpenter Soundtrack groove. Very well done.
F3, Congo Bongo (Silenx Remix)
It seems like everyone broke out their super-silky slow-mo remix kits over the last couple of weeks. We’re not going to complain one bit. This one sounds like a cover of a love song from a lost John Carpenter movie (his excellent 1980s period, not works like Ghosts of Mars, for god’s sake.)
Super Violet, “Power Ring”
Loopy slow-mo sci-fi soundtrack material that I think is pretty, pretty great.