Miss Kitten and the Hacker’s “1982” may be a reference to the early days of techno, before it exploded on the European dance scene and the music and culture launched stars like Miss Kitten and her long-time collaborator The Hacker. “1982” helped springboard the electro-euro-pop scene in Europe and throughout the world.
“1982“ (play/download mp3)
Andy Votel is pure genius! Not only is he the co-founder of the super cool Manchester record label Twisted Nerve Records, but he is a brilliant producer and a great musician! ”Return of The Spooky Driver” is a mad-psychedelic trip into the mind of Gaston Leroux (Phantom of the Opera), or even a track form the Clockwork Orange soundtrack. With a sample of Primal Scream’s anthem ”Kill All Hippies” it’s a well rounded track with heaps of indie credibility!
Return Of The Spooky Driver (play/download mp3)
New Zealand recording artist Ladyhawke exploded on the music scene in 2002, snatching up accolades like: “Best Solo Artist” and, “Breakthrough Artist of the Year” – just to name a few. While she was busy attending award shows, playing to sold-out crowds, and recording music, she sent out “Dust till Dawn” asking some of her favorite dance music producers to take their shot at a remix. The best remix to come back is the Pablo Decorder Remix; A griddy low-end heavy house song that will have you dancing from dusk till dawn.
“Dusk till Dawn (Pablo Decoder Remix)“ (play/download mp3)