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Posted on 10 January 2012 by shaunt
Photos via Spin Magazine
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Posted on 13 March 2010 by shaunt
Our favorite franco-japanese record compilation series is hitting installment number 9. “Kitsuné Maison 9” will be released April 26, 2010 on the Kitsuné label featuring a compilation of various signature underground independent rock, disco-influence-heavy electropop and synthrock tracks. Pick it up on iTunes, Amazon, Beatport, eMusic, and other fine digital outlets.
01 : Washed Out “Belong”
02 : Gamble & Burke “Let’s Go Together”
03 : Penguin Prison “Animal Animal”
04 : Jamaica “Short and Entertaining”
05 : Crookers feat. Yelle “Cooler Couleur”
06 : Jupiter “Vox Populi (Lifelike Treatment)”
07 : Yuksek “Supermenz (We’re Not)
08 : Fenech-Soler “Stop And Stare”
09 : Two Door Cinema Club “Something Good Can Work (The Twelves Remix)”
10 : Logo “La Vie Moderne”
11 : Silver Columns “Brow Beaten”
12 : Holy Ghost ! “Say My Name”
13 : Hurts “Wonderful Life (Arthur Baker Remix Kitsuné Edit)”
14 : Gypsy & The Cat “Time to Wander (Joan of Arc Remix)”
15 : Feldberg “Dreamin’”
16 : Your Nature “Forward Motion”
17 : The Good Natured “Your Body is a Machine (Zebra + Snake Remix)”
18 : Monarchy “The Phoenix Alive (The Octans Edit)”
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Posted on 11 November 2008 by shaunt
Originally posted 9/16/08
Phoenix formed in 1991 in the semi-affluent Parisian suburb of Versailles, in the same culture that produced late-90s bands such as Air and Daft Punk. Interestingly enough, lead guitarist Laurent Brancowitz was part of the band Darlin’ with Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, who eventually became Daft Punk.
I was most recently reminded of this track as it was used in the closing credits of the most recent episode of the HBO show Entourage (S5Ep2). Since then, it’s been one of those rare tracks that I can’t get out of my head, which has earned it the distinction of being post-worthy… It features a funky bassline, eerie chords, and an overall fun listening experience. Enjoy.
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Posted on 06 September 2008 by shaunt
Justice has done a new fifteen minute mix for the Dior Homme fashion show in Paris, just like Daft Punk did last summer for Louis Vuitton. On the 29th of June Justice dropped the brand new track to accompany the runway. The track features heavy synths and bass-lines, harpsichord progressions, and elements of Justice tracks that we all love.
The mix was revealed as a brand new composition by the duo exclusively for the show, and there was no evidence to support a record release of the mix. The track did inevitably leak to the web as a low quality bootleg copy, ripped directly from the video. Today, however, the original clean recording of the track leaked to the web, resurfacing as Planisphere.
We have a copy of the track here for your listening pleasure. Enjoy.