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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

New Year's Bliss

I am so sorry for being absent for so long, I took an extended holiday break from posting. Things have been busy and when you fall out of the habit of posting and begin watching Battlestar Galactica at the same time, time seems to fly by. Either way we are back with a new track for you and some exciting news. On Sunday this MLK weekend I will be ringing in the day of Dr. MLK at the Briss Bar party my good friend Jaxon from Robots In Heat and I are having at the Bliss Bar in Noe Valley. Actually, it's not much of a party but we will be playing some downtempo jams and if you're Sunday evening is free you should definitely stop by. The bar is located at 4026 24th Street and while I've never been I'm sure Jaxon and I will round up a good time with some low key vibes. I would also like to take this time to announce the first Disco Horror/Robots In Heat disco party Beards Of A Feather which will be taking flight at the end of next month at the wonderful 222 Club in the Tenderloin. More details to come as we figure them out, but mark Thursday, February 26th on your calendars because it is sure to be a fantastic time. But that is the news for now, so how about some music.

Rune Lindbæk was featured a few months ago for his Klubb Kebabb LP from 2007, but just a month or so ago he released his Bonat Synthesizer EP. The four track record contains a range of original material covering various directions in Scandinavian nu-disco, the title track of which features Hans-Peter Lindstrøm himself on drums. (For those who haven't heard, Lindstrøm is gracing San Francisco with his presence on January 31st at the spectacular Paradise Lounge). The track I share with you is the most upbeat of the melancholy jams on this EP, driven by a bouncy low pass filter bass line, crisp drumwork, and a horn sample that propels the song's few crescendos out of a fog of verby synths. A sweet track, enjoy this "Nautilus" as you explore the ocean deep to find the fluorescent brilliance of creatures that hide in the dark flickering to the beats put forth by Rune, enjoy with a dose of "Deep Sea" off of the Blue Planet series.

Rune Lindbæk - Nautilus

1 comment:

Scott Bliss said...

hey man.. nice one...
Im going to put a link to you up on www.loudmanquietman.blogspot.com
if you kindly do the same I'll be ever so glad.