Digitalism


Kiss The Future Vol. 13
(Original upload date 20 September 2007 – original artwork replaced)

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Till We Meet Again (Quivver Vocal Mix) by Rekelectrik
It’s All True (Kris Menace Full Vocal Remix) by Tracey Thorn
Circulate (JBAG Edit) by Rex The Dog
Road To Recovery (Curses! Remix) by Midnight Juggernauts
Jupiter Room (Martian Assault Mix) by Digitalism
All This Love (Radio Edit) by The Similou
Space Travel by The Hacker
Let’s Dance (Club Mix) by Hi-Tack/David Bowie
Electric Barbarella by Duran Duran
The Choice by Green Velvet & Jamie Principle
Her (DJ Touche Remix) by Kissy Sell Out
Idealistic Rampage by Digitalism

“On a magical starry night, your beauty shines so bright…”

Volume 13 brings around a meshing of old and new: a reworked Bowie track from ’83, a 10-year old track from Duran Duran, new offerings from Chicago house legend Jamie Principle and from Tracey Thorn, meshed with newer artists like Rex The Dog, Kissy Sell Out, The Hacker, and Digitalism. It’s sort of an odd mix because it veers from smooth melodic sounds to the abrasive aesthetic that – unfortunately – is being called “new rave”.

Thanks as always to DJ Agent Adam for tipping me off to The Similou…but I found the Hi-Tack track before you played it for me at the Folsom Street Fair, betch! ;)

Digitalism


Kiss The Future Vol. 7 – Mac Morrison Edition
(Original upload date 10 January 2007)

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Adolescent Sex by Japan
Boots by Deep Sonic
SexyBack (Linus Loves Remix) by Justin Timberlake
Want 2/Need 2 (Trentemøller Remix) by Sharon Phillips
Another One Bites The Dust (Cedric Gervais & Second Sun Vocal Mix) by Queen
Who’s Your Daddy? (Electro Mix Extended) by Benny Benassi
Technologic (Digitalism’s Highway To Paris Remix) by Daft Punk
Rykketid by Trentemøller
Just Can’t Get Enough (Dirty South Mix) by Depeche Mode
Land Of A Thousand Words (Junkie XL Remix) by Scissor Sisters
Boys Wanna Be Her (Tommy Sunshines Brooklyn Fire Retouch) by Peaches

“Who’s your daddy?”

This edition of KTF goes out to my friend Mac in London who helped make it possible by setting up an iTunes UK account for me. That’s where 8 of these 11 tracks came from.