DAMN . . . ! ! ! !


Telsa Boy - Synthetic Prince






BOOYA sequencer




a fairly fuckin impressive house remix of a TTA song

maybe a song that only house cats could listen to. nothing fancy, maybe 320kbps.

(The Tough Alliance - Neo Violence [Laidback Luke Remix])

something crooked at the pharmacy store?

Munk - Down in L.A. (Shazam Remix)

you need a heart to live

(its actually a jamiroquai remix, fuckshits)


We get signal

completely spun on stevia and weed


flashback friday

hi there. do you remember MTV Party Zone in 1992...
Beavis threw up on your compact disc recording of Nirvana.
the church of england allowed women to become priests,
the redskins beat the bills in the superbowl...
and wikipedia was invented
and there was

warning no click zone if you do not like bass

from aphex twin's first LP selected ambient works


sorry for the absence love

heres some stuff to make up for it i found on my long journey through the desert

Polygon Palace - Tokyo Getaway (Cassian Remix)

L-Vis 1990 - Zahonda

Filthy Dukes - Tupac Robot Club Rock (L-Vis 1990 Remix)

The Shortwave Set - Now Til '69 (Marwais Club Remix)

The Gateway Experience - Twin Freaks


Funday Phatic - 3.28.10

REALLY tough choices this week

5. Matthew Dear - Elementary Lover (DJ Koze Remix)

4. Pharoahe Monch - Simon Says (Hostage Rework)

3. Classixx - I'll Get You (Treasure Fingers Remix)

2. Depeche Mode - Hole to Feed (Popof Vocal Remix)

1. Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip - Look For the Woman (Fake Blood Remix)


the scary thing is...


ted & francis - i wish i was a polar bear (arctic urgency edit)


Depeche Mode - Hole to Feed (Popof Vocal Mix)
Claude Vonstroke - Vocal Chords (Tim Green Remix)


***TRIPLE KILL!!!***

Matthew Dear - Elementary Lover (DJ Koze Remix)


youre not allowed to say racist things... yet

Mistabishi - Printer Jam (Barbarix Remix)

ramona ramona ra-mo-na

this is dedicated to ramona

calvin harris - i'm not alone (feature cast remix)


Pharoahe Monch - Simon Says (Hostage Rework)

annotations R fun

the quality of this track on youtube sucked so i put it up myself, plus that hella blurry pic

Dan Le Sac v. Scroobius Pip - Look For The Woman (Fake Blood Remix)



Supreme Ownage found:

Nujabes - Worlds End Raphsody

(via Gordon Freeman @ ecstaticstatic

Monday Matic... or Sunday Static? 3.22.10 / 3.21.10

Roll up, roll up!

Just one fucking day late.

Gonna drop all these as embeds because I've been meaning to put all of them up on the blog, I've just been too stoned. I mean, too busy. Mameshiba.

5. Love Grenades - Young Lovers (Sam Sparro Remix)

4. Empire Of The Sun - Walking On A Dream (Treasure Fingers Remix)

3. College - I Think About It (Keenhouse Remix)

2. Treasure Fingers - Cross the Dancefloor (Laidback Luke Remix)

1. Sam Sparro - 21st Century Life

The Legend of Booya...

More synth-pop supremacy.




from the bowels of my music collection comes...

...a tale of Brazilian, by way of Spanish-Japanese ancestry, ownage:

Curumin - Samba Japa

Sunday Static - 3.14.10

My top five for the week. Cheers.

5. Skism - The Blank

4. Yankee Zulu - Toma! (good song but the vid is definitely worth an embed)

3. Crookers feat Fabri Fibra & Dargen D'Amico - Festa Festa

2. Nightcrawlers - Push the Feeling On (Russ Chimes Remix)

1. Crookers feat. Miike Snow - Remedy (Magik Johnson Vocal Remix)

Festa Festa still up there, but slipped to third. I just love that track. Remedy is a shortly lost favorite off Lots of Friends. Yankee Zulu I found on Discobelle, song owns but the video is absolutely bomb. Last, some of that grimy shit.


Hot hot remix.

shamelessly found on discobelle


my ecstatic moment is also named bort

ok, we all know this remix of this song owns savagely. we all know that.

but what i dont think people realize, or maybe they do, is precisely this: this moment of this song can only be described as capital-E Ecstatic. it's orgasmic. the tiny pause between Fake Blood and the crash is like the point at climax where there is no past, present or future. only that one, searing moment.

man, i'm gay.

Hot Chip - Touch Too Much (Fake Blood Remix)

(flawless victory)

bonus ownage:



Another bangin' track by Russ Chimes (of Valerie fame). This bud's for you.

Russ Chimes - Afterburner

(russ chimes is the best name since mike tubes and danny tiner)

a parable of folly

my reaction upon hearing this track:

Nightcrawlers - Push The Feeling On (Russ Chimes remix)


Sunday Static - 3.7.10

My Top Five For The Week. Kill Your Parents.

5. Chino - Insatiable (Nero Remix)

4. The Avalanches - Ray of Zdarlight (Wham! vs. Digitalism)

3. Joy Orbison - Hyph Mngo

2. Nôze - Love Affair

1. Crookers feat Fabri Fibra & Dargen D'Amico - Festa Festa

huffington post is bullshit

arianna huffington if you're reading this you're as bad as rupert murdoch


steppin razor

Bifil that in that seson, on a day,
In Southwerk at the Tabard as I lay,
Redy to wenden on my pilgrymage
To Caunterbury, with ful devout corage

Sally Shapiro - I'll Be By Your Side (Tensnake Remix)


Tensnake - Congolal

sweet dreams space man


someone named weed after a famous literary character

a thousand and one bowls

Gabriel Ferreira - Salmonella (Stefan Tretau Remix)

(some mouse on mars sounding shit right here, cept the beat is a little too overblown and the organic-sounding womp is understated. i, too, am gay.)


heavy shit ahead

Joy Orbison - Hyph Mngo

beat supremacy

say "whoa"

Nôze - Love Affair

How To Find New Music: Part 1 - YouTube

Sometimes people (one person) ask me how I can just go out with the intention of finding new music and... well, find new music.

The short and honest answer is that a lot of my music comes from people who are much better at being music nerds than I am. So, either make friends with my friends or follow this short and simple tutorial on using YouTube to find fresh new tracks.

This is one of the easiest and quickest ways that I know of to find new bands and music, but it can potentially require sifting through some dreck before you find some stuff you really dig.

(the images are thumbnailed for your comfort, click for larger largess)

One (1) Computer
One (1) Internet Connection
One (1) Web Browser (I use Chrome)
One (1) YouTube Account (Optional, but strongly recommended to keep track of your finds)


1. Here we are at the YouTube homepage. You'll notice I'm logged into my account. I strongly suggest if you use YouTube as a way of finding music that you register an account in order to favorite things and be able to access them quickly in the future (as well as share with friends).

I'm in the mood for some Deep House, so I'm going to type Schmoov into the search box and hit enter.

2. We've scrolled down a bit here looking at the results. The one with the arrow caught my eye - haven't heard it and I dig the art. Why not go for it? If the title or artwork on a song interests you then give it a listen - if you don't like it just hit the back button and move on.

3. Here we are at the track, Schmoov - Hot Flash. It's cool stuff, I like it. First thing I do is Favorite it, indicated by the arrow. This allows me to return to my YouTube user page and quickly access songs I want to come back to with a few clicks.

Next we come to the circled area, Related Videos. This is what finds you new music on YouTube. The related videos list is spot-on nearly every time at finding similar sounding music if it's available. Though you tend to only be able to find an artist's more popular stuff on YouTube (I mean, people took the time to upload it), it's good music and a perfect jumping off point to exploring new artists.

4. We found this track from the related videos of the last song, but notice that it's been uploaded by the same user. Dude's probably got at least a few other Deep House tracks, right?

5. Yep. You can subscribe (with an account) to receive notices when they upload new stuff. You can also check out their favorites if you're so inclined. Checking related videos, people's favorites, and people who commonly upload music - taking advantage of all this social network bullshit is the key to surfing and finding good music at will.


That's pretty much it. Take advantage of the social networking aspects of youtube and the ability of the related video system to match good music. This is probably all completely fucking obvious, but I like writing tutorials and my time is virtually worthless.


Music is cool.


Schmoov! - Hot Flash

Vincenzo - Peace is Not the Word to Play

a free fucking drum and bass record

download it for free or pay what you want, proceeds go to dove house hospice in ye olde Engelonde.

supported by l-vis 1990, claude von stroke, and sinden. why aren't you listening to it yet?


by popular demand

shout out to chords

jill scott - Golden (Wookie's Sunshine Vocal Remix)

castille de eureka

Chic - I Want Your Love (Todd Terje Edit)




where is my bail out...

Able For Sable