Best of 2014: Remixes, Etc

REMIXES https://soundcloud.com/frankles/sets/2014-remixes This was a very difficult list to pare down. Remixes certainly didn't suffer any kind of shortage over the course of the year, and with each subsequent mind-bending remix, the previous one gets pushed back a little bit further from memory. Such was the case with Bonobo's Balearic treatment of Maya Jane Coles' … Continue reading Best of 2014: Remixes, Etc

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frankles free fridays

I was one of the fortunate ones to catch Benoit & Sergio tear up the 7up stage at Hard Day of the Dead last weekend, enough to drive me to search for something to share with the world. Lucky (again) enough, there's a freshly released DJ mix, which is apparently a rarity for the French/US … Continue reading frankles free fridays

Sunday Sounds: Odesza | In Return

Imagine for a moment that interstellar travel was not only possible, but widely accessible, and you could take a couple days off to explore distant planets. You'd try to find the most beautiful one, right? (Well, after you found the one most resembling Tatooine with it's double sunsets.) If you found one that was composed … Continue reading Sunday Sounds: Odesza | In Return

frankles free fridays

If you haven't caught a Duke Dumont show, you are missing out. The next chance you get to see him play, make it a priority. In the meantime, fill your ears with the sweet sounds of house reminiscent of the 90's heyday of the genre. The past couple years have been a second coming of … Continue reading frankles free fridays

Sunday Sounds: Rufus du Sol

One of my very good friends is serving time in prison. I'm only bringing that up so I can best explain my selection for this Sunday. Inmates of federal prison are provided with the option to purchase an mp3 player for roughly $75 that they can buy songs for at a range between 99 cents … Continue reading Sunday Sounds: Rufus du Sol

frankles free fridays

Got a few oddballs this week.  First up is a track from the very busy, up-and-coming Australian producer, Flume.  He's the most recent in a long line of acts that come through about two weeks before I figure out who they are, how awesome their music is and what I missed.  The last band to … Continue reading frankles free fridays