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Showing posts from August, 2012

Suzanne Kraft - Horoscope (Young Adults)

After keeping this new Suzanne Kraft ep locked on rotation for the past couple of days I've come to the conclusion that it's nothing short of spectacular. We reviewed his debut ep on Running Back a little over a year ago, then his tune on Young Adults that dropped only recently. Now we're treated to another wonderful package again on LA based Young Adults, "Horoscope'' that admitedly - are not all 100% thrilling and thumping - but are all quite special and could easliy occupy a time and place in the span of a night. Plus when there's 7 tracks to choose from, 5 originals and 2 great remixes - you can't expect them all to be smashing beasts, but you wouldn't quite expect that from Suzanne now anyway would you?

I think that where the entire Green Flash EP was on the whole quite full, all 4 tracks; a couple of cuts on this album are perhaps a tad more computerized and dare I say minimal and transparent...whether or not this is a good thing is a complet…

Theo P

It's quiet in record land so here's an oldie by Theo, showing us who's boss.

Warming up for Mr. Webster

What: La Saison
When: August 10th 2012, 22:00h till late
Where: Beachclub Beachhouse, Breskens (NL)
Who: Sleazy Beats / Charles Webster / Kajan Chow/Deene

After a string of great events in London, Rotterdam, Berlin, Poznan, Belfast, Copenhagen, Bergen and Amsterdam it's been a bit slow on the party front as of late (sup with that, promoters of the world? We're cheap, are masters of inane trivia and look like supermodels, what else could you wish for?), so we were happy to get invited to play at the next 'La Saison' party the N.E.D. guys are hosting in Breskens (best Googlemap that one, it's a lovely spot on the Dutch coast). Monsieur Monod will be flying this one solo as Kris P will be throwing it down in Montreal and Chicago this summer. It's an amazing venue (dead smack on the beach) and the NED boys have a devoted following, so we're in for a real treat.

It's a bit of an honour to warm up for Charles Webster, who we've been staunch fans of since we …