Posts Tagged ‘futuristic’

February 13, 2018
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The Knife’s Heartbeats will forever hold a very special place in my heart. It’s probably one of my all time favorite songs, and I can’t help but love some of the many covers of the track have surfaced in the past sixteen years, too. Autolaser, the prestigious producer who’s worked with the likes of Far East Movement, Yelawolf, Bone Thugs ‘N’ Harmony, and many more esteemed artists in the past, offers up his own re-imagining of the timeless classic. Oslo’s Ester Adele turns in celestial vocals on the glacial glimmering electronic approach on Heartbeats, a dreamy trickling beauty that opens up into a verdant wonderland of skipping beats and lush synths. It feels like we’ve traveled through a magical fantasy land with Autolaser and Ester Adele. It’s an ephemeral journey, but we get to take the ride over and over again by diving back into the exquisite future beats meets indie dance cover, whose ethereal effervescent and cosmic wonder are like M83 gone Odesza. 

October 4, 2014
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I’ve heard of German producer Theatre of Delays before, but it wasn’t until earlier today that I allowed myself the pleasure of really sitting down and listening to his latest tracks, and boy, did they blow me away. I was hard pressed to decide whether to feature his remix of Caribou’s Back Home, or his remix of Thom Yorke’s Interference, both absolutely amazeballs brilliant. I’ve decided to share both, with the Caribou remix above, and the Thom Yorke remix below. Caribou above, only because I’m such a huge, huge fan of Dan Snaith’s work under the Caribou name and I can’t wait for his new album to come out next week, which the original Back Home is off of. Both remixes showcase Theatre Of Delay’s ability to craft unique and complex indie dance and experimental electronic jams out of the originals. The remixes are full of a futuristic spaciousness and bleeping, heady texture, sure to make Thom Yorke and Dan Snaith proud. These are not your run of the mill tweak to formula remixes… these are works of eargasmic art. I haven’t been able to stop listening to them, despite my endless list of new music to check out.

October 4, 2014
https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/170446535/stream?client_id=3cQaPshpEeLqMsNFAUw1Q?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

I’ve heard of German producer Theatre of Delays before, but it wasn’t until earlier today that I allowed myself the pleasure of really sitting down and listening to his latest tracks, and boy, did they blow me away. I was hard pressed to decide whether to feature his remix of Caribou’s Back Home, or his remix of Thom Yorke’s Interference, both absolutely amazeballs brilliant. I’ve decided to share both, with the Caribou remix above, and the Thom Yorke remix below. Caribou above, only because I’m such a huge, huge fan of Dan Snaith’s work under the Caribou name and I can’t wait for his new album to come out next week, which the original Back Home is off of. Both remixes showcase Theatre Of Delay’s ability to craft unique and complex indie dance and experimental electronic jams out of the originals. The remixes are full of a futuristic spaciousness and bleeping, heady texture, sure to make Thom Yorke and Dan Snaith proud. These are not your run of the mill tweak to formula remixes… these are works of eargasmic art. I haven’t been able to stop listening to them, despite my endless list of new music to check out.