Frankles Monthly Mix #9 – Lithium

Welcome to Lithium (Chapter 9) The playlists might be monthly, mostly, but the same cannot be said for posting them here. I even wound up running out of chemicals with a suffix of -on, so I had to figure out how to end the year while staying on/around the periodic table. If you're looking for … Continue reading Frankles Monthly Mix #9 – Lithium

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Sessions is a midweek dance night at a place called The Mint Club in Leeds, and Isaac Tischauer with his vowels pitched in to help kick off their new weekly podcase, aptly titled "Sessions Stream." Former Sessions alum include Benoit & Sergio and Huxley, so it seems much of the hype about their dance nights is … Continue reading frankles free fridays

Reports from the Forest: Was Lost, Now Found

Welcome Home, Forest Family. Jump to:  THURSDAY   |   FRIDAY   |   SATURDAY   |   SUNDAY   |   GALLERY Everything leading up to a music festival, from making lists to grocery shopping up through your arrival at the venue is about enough to make your average person never, ever want to do it … Continue reading Reports from the Forest: Was Lost, Now Found

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LA-based producer Le Youth received a downbeat, but still peppy remix treatment from jackLNDN. The song is roughly one half original, and one half new material drawn from the original. Thankfully, within that half of the original material are the sampled vocals of Mary J. Blige, driving the disco and the heart of the song … Continue reading frankles free fridays

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Maybe I've touched on this before, but someone having the idea to remix Bon Iver at all is a little strange, but it is also encouraging. Covers aren't all House producers messing with songs by other House producers, or "genre reacharounds" as I like to call them. I consider very little to be sacred music … Continue reading frankles free fridays

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Banks worked with producers like Schlomo and T-E-E-D to craft a dark, brooding album that served as the perfect environment for her likewise sultry voice. Not unlike Lana Del Ray, it also made me wonder how her voice would sound in a mix of bright synths and thumping bass of house. Well, Griffin and Hotel … Continue reading frankles free fridays