Go Home Productions


Kiss The Future Vol. 17
(Original upload date 21 December 2007)

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I Used To Dance With My Daddy (Subsource Remix) by Datarock
Whole Lotta Love (Dirty Funker Remix) by Led Zeppelin
Daft Britney (Britney Spears vs. Daft Punk) by Go Home Productions
The Call (Ante Up) by Green Velvet & Jamie Principle
La Musique by Riot In Belgium
Stakker Humanoid (James Talk 2007 Remix) by Stakker
Lights (Luomo Remix) by Scissor Sisters
First Gear by The Rapture
Into A Swan (Weatherall Remix) by Siouxsie
Crocodile (Pete Heller Remix) by Underworld
Cologne Cerrone Houdini by Goldfrapp

“I used to dance with my daddy, yeah!”

Here’s an attempt at being topical.

The last few weeks have brought us new albums by Daft Punk, Siouxsie, and Underworld. Goldfrapp’s forthcoming album has been leaked. Britney Spears continues to be a pop wreck, with her little sister now joining the team. Led Zeppelin took the stage together for the first time since 1985. Scissor Sisters released a fan-only single limited to 300 copies that subsequently pissed off a lot of the fans. I saw The Rapture in concert twice this year. Green Velvet working with Chicago house legend Jamie Principle makes me very happy.

Buster’s presence is helping me make it through the stress of my day job and of the holidays, and when I’m recording a new mix he sits next to my laptop and watches me intently.

(Cover model: Buster)

Go Home Productions


Kiss The Future Vol. 9
(Original upload date 20 March 2007)

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Scumpop by Readers Wifes
I Go Hard, I Go Home (Juan Maclean Remix) by The Presets
One Life To Leave by Out Hud
Acceptable In The ’80s (Radio Edit) by Calvin Harris
Look On The Floor (Solasso Remix) by Bananarama
Floribunda (Hoxton Whores Electro Fever Remix) by Mothers Pride
Jane Falls Down (Extended) by The Modern
The Pleasure Remains (Wet Fingers Club Mix) by Camouflage
People Are Still Having Sex (2007 Extended Mix) by DKS vs. LaTour
We’re Just Physical (Kloq Remix) by Kloq featuring Douglas McCarthy
Don’t Cry Out (Jody’s Remix) by Shiny Toy Guns
Us vs. Them (Go Home Productions Remix) by LCD Soundsystem

“It was acceptable in the ’80s…it was acceptable at the time.”

This is the most retro-sounding mix I’ve done that doesn’t actually use music from the ’80s. I think everything here was released within the last two years; most of them were released within the last few months. True there are some artists who reached their peak in the ’80s – Bananarama, Camouflage, Douglas McCarthy (Nitzer Ebb) – but it’s more of a feeling: the drums are louder, the basslines are fatter, the keyboards are older. I hear shades of Talking Heads, Tanz Waffen, and Re-Flex.

Apart from Kiss The Future Vol. 1 this is the closest I’ve gotten to “Jeb’s sound”.

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Show #27 – Me & My Rhythm Box
(Original upload date 31 December 2005)

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Me & My Rhythm Box by Paula E. Sheppard (from Liquid Sky)
I Believe In You by Kylie
Over & Over by Hot Chip
Daft Britney (Britney Spears vs. Daft Punk) by Go Home Productions
Flamboyant (Tomcraft Extended Mix) by Pet Shop Boys
Conquistador (50 Pound Note Mix) by Momus
Lemon (Perfecto Mix) by U2
Fine Time (Silk Mix) by New Order
Strict Machine (Ewan’s Stripped Vocal Mix) by Goldfrapp
Girls (Rex The Dog Mix) by Prodigy
Chorus by Erasure
No UFOs (Remix) by Model 500/Juan Atkins
Since U Been Gone (Kelly Clarkson vs. Depeche Mode) by DJ Earworm
Guilt Is A Useless Emotion (Bill Hamel Mix) by New Order
Monoculture (Playgroup Remix) by Soft Cell

Wrapping up 2005 with a mix of favorites.