CubikMusik.typepad.com: This first tune starts off with a sweet beat and is then not so subtly joined by a menacing bass tease that eases into a funky bassline. Vocals are provided by Taprikk Sweezee across this tune, and on the album, while the four four stomps along while the sweet acid/303 that was hinted at from the very start begins to slowly infiltrate and move to the fore after an amazing breakdown at around 4 mins. Cracking tune all round.
To commemorate My Bloody Valentine getting back together: Off of Loveless, this is Soon, with an Andrew Weatherall twist. Genius move pairing MBV with Mr. Weatherall. Nuff said!
Here's a third one, a top party tune this. I love bopping my head to some great South American beats.
PartyEnds.com is a site run by two guys who both like Norm MacDonald more than most of our families and yet were EXTREMELY disappointed in his 2006 comedy album. For our money nothing beats 1998's Dirty Work. Also we write about music and help put on shows around Austin. Check the site often for mp3s and superfandom.
ElectronicAustin.com: Basically we cover all things electro/house/clash/techno/hip hop/idm. Thank Allah for the internet or we'd be screwed in Texas. The big reason I do it is for my flash radio station. There's too many songs to choose from but here are tracks that always perk up the ears of regular 9-5 folks and cocaine fulled hipsters alike at our parties:
SoniciItchMusic.com: Discovering what’s new tomorrow while scratching our musical itch. Sending you 3 songs from my current favorite bands. “run” from the Blakes, “your movement” from The Shackeltons, and “the rat” from Dead Confederate.