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Meeting cancelled so let's dump out some of these links. One new and several familiar voices here, including two really good modern covers of "classic" tunes.

http://rcrdlbl.com/artists/Letting-Up-Despite-Great-Faults/track/Bulletproof-Girl/
I don't blog much rock, for whatever reasons. This is definitely on the electronic side of rock - very synth-heavy - but it has a number of standard rock tropes. Letting Up Despite Great Faults (http://www.lettingup.com/) has a new album out and this "Bulletproof Girls" is from that. This all-male quartet reminds me of a lot of other all-male acts - they self-describe as "shoegaze guitar", a phrase I've not heard before but which is remarkably descriptive. It's a gentle, introspective sound without being maudlin or emo.

http://soundcloud.com/philosophyofsound/by-the-rivers-dark-pos-rework
Philosophy of Sound (http://www.philosophyofsound.info/) are a new-to-me electro-funk duo from down under. This rework of a Leonard Cohen classic works exceptionally well. The master's vocals are pristine, but laid over a kicked-up bass track that energizes without overwhelming. It's a fresh take on an old favorite.

http://audioporncentral.com/2012/10/illegal-sunday-the-xx-sunset-volta-remix.html
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJ9rflGsNEg&feature=player_embedded#!
The xx are hot again. After being popular in 2009/2010 they kind of faded from sight but are back with force nowadays. The first link is a Volta remix of their track "Sunset". It's not bad. A little heavy on the electro and nu disco for my tastes. IMO, the xx rises or falls with Romy's voice and Volta respects that, but overdoes the knob-twisting a bit.

The second link is OH MY GODS. BBC Radio One did a live show with the xx and the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra. I'm often hesitant about orchestral arrangements of pop music, and it's doubly dangerous to try putting a full orchestra behind an act that builds around intimate breathy vocals. Normally you'd want (and the xx gives you) a spare sound. But somehow this works. It's goosebumps throughout, though I wish they'd edited out the enthusiastic audience.

http://audioporncentral.com/2012/10/illegal-sunday-yes-owner-of-a-lonely-heart-jean-claude-gavri-remix-dimitri-from-paris-re-touch.html
I had to go back to 2009 to find a remix of a Yes tune that I liked enough to blog. Yes still is one of my guilty pleasures and there haven't been a lot of reworks that attempted to touch them. This is Dmitri from Paris (a producer I've heard but not blogged before) touching up a remix first done by another Frenchman, Jean Claude Gavri. I can't tell you who's responsible for what parts of the sound, but the double-edit definitely produced something good. It sounds like I imagine Yes would sound if they were writing in a modern style.

http://audioporncentral.com/2012/10/little-boots-double-pack.html
Bronski Beat are another good act that doesn't get covered much. Here's Little Boots (http://littlebootsmusic.co.uk/) doing a modernized techno-dance version of their "Smalltown Boys". This is also another good example of how a light production touch on vocals can work well. She's got a great voice and it's not overtuned, though I wish they'd let her punch it just a bit more, and the ending of the post on APC sounds like it was cut short.

The second track in the post is Little Boots doing a dub remix of Jupiter's new "Juicy Lucy (Needs a Boogieman)." I've had the Jupiter track on the back burner for a bit - it's a style of old-school blaxsploitation-film funk that I should like but it just didn't do anything for me. The Little Boots remix is a step up in that it keeps the boppin' funk core but emphasizes the instrumentals rather than the vocals I found too repetitive in the original.

http://audioporncentral.com/2012/10/jack-beats-ft-jess-mills-somebody-to-love.html
This just hit today and it's a good antidote to the gray and drear. Plus, Jess Mills! Here she is doing vocals for Jack Beats (http://www.jackbeats.co.uk/) a UK duo. Their new EP shows traces of vocal trance, hip-hop, dubstep, and definite techno genetics. Last month I blogged their first single, a Diplo collaboration. I think I'll be buying this one when it drops.
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(The browser tells me I've used this title before; sorry, it's hard to come up with clever new headlines each time.)

Audience participation this week. Usually I post things after I've listened to them enough to know what I think of them, but this week I'm going to give you a couple links I'm not entirely sure about. Feel free to comment.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcAo8vAGXsc&feature=player_embedded
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsJ0Cz5VCAs&feature=player_embedded
First up, New Jess Mills (http://www.jessmills.co.uk/)! There's a new album coming January this year and this track should be on it. Compared to her past stuff this is a step forward - it's still got a heavy production hand on it, but she's kicking out the jams a bit more and they're avoiding many of the sappy choral/string bits. Around 2:40 the track transitions to a much simpler vocal/piano style that I'm hopeful we'll get more of. The entire drum track is dispensable, guys.

The second link is an official remix, which tries really hard to strip things down. Unfortunately the remixer sped everything up, to the worse, I think. Let's see what happens when some other producers get their hands on this one.

http://audioporncentral.com/2012/08/the-knocks-fred-falke-geronimo-aylen-remix.html
Remember "Geronimo", which I linked to last time? Well here's a remix by Aylen (http://soundcloud.com/aylen). It's a hard-edged electro remix with a great driving beat (hey guys THIS is what you do with a drum track) that still keeps the core essence of the original. Total dance-floor destroyer.

http://audioporncentral.com/2012/08/chinese-flash-mob-fade2black-produced-by-alixander-iii-of-azari-iii.html
There's a style of hot jazz that was popular for a while when jazz and swing were duking it out for who would rule the dance-floor. This track, Fade2Black by Chinese Flash Mob (http://soundcloud.com/chinese-flash-mob) starts off with a horn bit lifted directly from that era, then segues into modern electronica with Motown+hip-hop sounds and jazz brass playing off each other. It's a great track and a wonderful blend of styles.

http://audioporncentral.com/2012/08/kraak-smaak-forget-about-you-feat-lee-fields-valeron-remix.html
Usually when I talk about funk I'm talking about the phat horns sound and the particular rhythms that are popular in the style. However, there's also a kind of vocals I would call "funk vocals" and Kraak & Smaak (http://www.kraaksmaak.com/blog/) bring it to you here with Lee Fields, who is often found doing soul and big-band sounds. But man does he nail it here!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Jk7BJN84mg
This one has been sitting unblogged for a couple months but it's still a great summer tune. It's I-Cue with Ill-Esha doing a trip-funk sweet-vocal track that reminds me more than a little of Massive Attack, infused with some dub and that's OK. It is, as promised, enchanting, an aural slow-dance night track.

----- So that's five things, which is my usual music blog. But I've got two more to put in front of you, and it's audience participation time

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=noS61QN9nag&feature=player_embedded
Washed Out's (http://www.myspace.com/thebabeinthewoods) "A Dedication" is a lush, keyboard-focused male ballad that is not my usual thing. But it captures a certain mood extremely well, I think? I can't decide if it's deliberately tinged with sadness or if that's just my over-reading what he intends as a symphonic paean to how it feels to live and love with someone.

http://audioporncentral.com/2012/08/whomadewho-never-had-the-time-saschienne-remix.html
Saschienne (http://www.kompakt.fm/artists/saschienne) is a male-female remix couple. Here they are remixing "Never Had The Time" from WhoMadeWho. As with the previous track, it's somewhat minor-keyed and leaves me with some feelings of sadness despite the track's tempo. Reading Saschienne's site, though, it seems like they're trying to tell aural love stories and the track is mostly instruments with sparse vocals. How does it sound to you?
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Yes, we got a meeting postponement and rather than do more political stuff I'm going to try to throw together a music post. I have a lot of stuff marked, and actually some things to say about them.

http://hypem.com/song/1h8tv
Hypem has started trying to get me to listen again. I got annoyed at their stupid mandatory login stuff and haven't visited the site for a while. Apparently this qualifies me for email enticements. This track, an extended club mix by Avicii & NERVO of "You're Gonna Love Again" is good working background stuff. It has several fun slow builds without being overwhelming once it's going full-bore. It's mostly vocal-trance but with heavy electronica influences. NERVO is the stage name for a pair of cute Swedish twins and Avicii is a local-to-them producer with whom they've teamed for this track. The collaboration works well, I think. Hope to see more from these guys this year.

http://audioporncentral.com/2012/01/jess-mills-silent-space-acoustic.html
Ah, Jess Mills. Could you get any more dark makeup on those eyes without going totally Cleopatra? Last year I kept hoping she'd do something stripped-down so I could really hear her voice without the overproduction that most of her tracks have and finally we get it. This is her "acoustic" studio version of "Silent Space". It's not what I'm used to calling acoustic - you've got synth effects and computer-generated beats in there, but at last it's toned way the hell down so she can sing. And Oh My God can this woman sing. Check out the transition around 1:08 in where her voice sounds like it jumps up two full octaves. I still think I can hear the producer's hand in how the notes are clipped, but at least she's fronting it, rather than being mixed into sappy strings or something.

http://audioporncentral.com/2012/01/buddy-holly-slippin-slidin-jacques-renault-remix.html
There are two basic ways to remix classics: with respect and without. Jacques Renault definitely falls into the former category as he remixes the Buddy Holly rockabilly classic "Slippin’ & Slidin’". Renault keeps the simple riffs and repeated vocals of the original, while weaving in a variety of modern electronic effects and instruments.

http://www.earmilk.com/2012/01/09/mashupmonday-week-46/
I think I have a new music blog to follow. Earmilk is an odd and interesting mix of commercial and anti-commercial remix culture stuff. This is one of their Mashup Monday entries with ten mashes for you to peruse. As with any collection there are winners and losers here. My preferences:

http://files2.earmilk.com/upload/mp3/2012-01/Filth%20In%20Paris.mp3
Basic Physics and 5 & A Dime (both new mixers to me) doing a fast-BPM megamix with several well-recognized entries. I rather like the way they chop-mix Skrillex and then dump the whole thing down to a single vocal track before going back into the mix again.

http://files2.earmilk.com/upload/mp3/2012-01/Relax%20Mode%20(Frankie%20Goes%20To%20Hollywood%20v%20Bingo%20Players).mp3
The White Panda (who I haven't heard from since 2010) doing a Frankie remix. It's a little bit standard techno-thumpy but I really like Frankie remixes, what can I say.

http://files2.earmilk.com/upload/mp3/2012-01/I%20Found%20Killmode%20Maximal%2076%20Right%20Here%20Right%20Now-%20AR3%203ootleg.mp3
AR3's mix is something of a demolition derby of at least five main tracks plus various samples but it hangs together pretty well and it's funfunkingroovin' which I badly need this week so it gets a special thumbs-up.

http://inahandbasket.livejournal.com/632389.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQThHZbCUJo&feature=related
[livejournal.com profile] inahandbasket posted this amazing set of links to performances of Leonard Cohen's classic "Hallelujah". The song has been done a million times - sometimes badly and sometimes someone captures what I think is the tragic beauty of the track. A good rendition of this can leave me weepy and it probably won't surprise anyone who reads my music posts regularly that the Imogen Heap cover is far and away my favorite, with the Regina Spektor second.

The second link is one of those things you stumble across following YouTube recommendations. It's Stromae and Klaas doing a techno-house French Hallelujah and though it's a many-generations-removed descendant of the original in another language it's still one of the best modern interpretations I could find. But in the end I agree with inahandbasket - go back and listen to Leonard himself again. Excuse me, I need a tissue.
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I had a meeting scheduled. Then it got bumped an hour. So I sort of can't start anything 'cause I'd have to stop for the meeting anyway. So, music. This week we have several beautiful pieces to listen to, and a special mash at the end.

http://jhameel.com/Site/Home.html
Jhameel reminds me a little of Prince in vocal style and he comes across as a little gender-bending, too. The music is gentle and fun and funky, with obvious electronic and disco influences. His site has a 5-track EP up for listening. Of the five I think I like "White Lie" the best - it's breathy and intimate and has sweet harmonies. Jhameel doesn't have the vocal power of Jamie Woon but he's very pleasant and heartfelt. Definitely worth your time.

http://rcrdlbl.com/artists/Tycho/track/Little_Dragon_-_Little_Man_Tycho_Remix
RCRD LBL has an 8-song stream up of Tycho music. It's all pleasant listening - mostly electronic instrumentals with some vocal samples and overdubs that drifts around trance-y and psy without ever getting intensely into either. I mean no insult when I say it's perfect background music. If you want more, Tycho have a good selection up on their site (http://tychomusic.com/) including both originals and remixes they've done.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/12/sunday-girl-where-is-my-mind-pixies-cover.html
Sunday Girl here doing another cover, this time of The Pixies "Where Is My Mind?" S.G.'s cover is her bare and beautiful voice with a piano accompaniment and some strings that, honestly, I don't think are necessary. It's very different in style from the Pixies original but it has that same soul-felt intensity that made the song stand out in the original.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/12/james-blake-a-case-of-you.html
James Blake (http://jamesblakemusic.com/) is a young singer/pianist/songwriter with some big brass balls and apparently the talent to back them up. I mean, what newcomer tries to cover Joni Mitchell on his first album? Blake does, obviously, and he does it proud here with a cover of "A Case of You." As with the Sunday Girl track, this cover is remarkably different from the original and yet holds onto the essence of the song. I remember listening to Joni growing up and I remember crying at the power of some of her music. I wonder what she thinks of this one.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/12/dj-schmolli-live-for-somebody-that-i-used-to-know.html
I had barely posted last week's Jess Mills item when this one appeared in my stream. It's DJ Schmolli mixing Mill's awesome "Live For What I'd Die For" with Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5c2LeMytIdo). The latter was new to me so I went looking. It's a spare, emotional song that, in the original, is understated elecronics and muted vocals. Schmolli hooks the two up - the singers' vocal ranges are quite close - and amps them both up by building mostly on the Mills tune. The result is brilliant and moving, if not particularly mellow.
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Right, I'm in the mood for something loud, so here you go.

http://www.mashup-industries.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=396&Itemid=36
Clivester is back after a long absence with what is probably the best "Pumped Up Kicks" mix of 2011. It's a four-way banger using a couple of Clivester's favorite tunes. It's darkly energetic and benefits from being played loud.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/12/illegal-sunday-e-jitz-def-con-wan.html
PWEI is another of my guilty pleasures. They were fun and goofy and they don't get much play these days. Here's a loving cover of their popular "Def Con One" track by Dunproofin and vocalist Richie Delux. The cover is different and updated, but still has the original spirit.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/12/yazoo-don%C2%B4t-go-rey-kjavik-edit.html
Rey and Kjavik are a new duo out of Iceland. This is the free download of their first EP, a sweet five-track sampler with a couple covers, a couple chill tracks, and a nice bass thread throughout.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/12/jess-mills-pixelated-people-a-forest.html
A delicious double-shot of Jess Mills. Haven't heard anything from her since May/June and that's a shame. Still silky, still smooth, still delightful. And sadly still a little too overproduced for my liking. The Cure cover is less so and I think it shows off her skills better.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/12/illegal-sunday-the-reborn-identity-gone-to-heaven.html
Since we started with a multi-mash I figured I'd end with one. This is a five-track mix that is notable for using sources like Jamiroquai and The Pixies that don't appear often in mashes. Kudos to Reborn Identity for trying something different, even if the result doesn't knock my socks off.
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I can't believe it's been 10 days since I last posted a music entry. Partly I've been busy, partly APC has been extraordinarily quiet, and partly it's been suck city in the new music I've listened to in the past week or so. I've gleaned out a couple of worthwhile items nonetheless. Herewith three voices and two megamixes.

http://rcrdlbl.com/artists/Rachel_Goodrich/track/Light_Bulb_ANR_Remix
Rachel Goodrich (http://myspace.com/rachelgoodrich) is another artist I'm surprised I haven't written about before. She's a fun poppy folk-acoustic performer with a light pleasant voice. I find myself grinning while listening to her music - it's catchy without being too kitschy (despite the whistles, oompahs, and ukelele).

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/06/jess-mills-live-for-what-id-die-for.html
New single from Jess Mills. She continues to be as silky and seductive as when I first heard her but this track feels like it has more underlying power. I'm just waiting for a good remixer to take this one and tear it up.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/06/rye-rye-ft-robyn-%E2%80%93-never-will-be-mine-the-video.html
I had been on the fence about this one when it came out. I don't think much of Rye Rye's lyrics or voice on this one and I think she comes off particularly poorly against Robyn - Rye's voice is thin and the damned clap-beat almost drowns her out where Robyn's vocals are strong and she just soars.

I pulled this one back just so I could comment on the video, specifically the costuming. Rye's outfits range from awful (the yellow thing at the start) to passable (the green-blue thing you start to see around 2:20). However, the dress Robyn is wearing starting from about 0:35 is possibly the most AWESOME thing I've seen on a singer in a while. It fits her perfectly, moves well, and the wild color scheme goes well with the graffiti-filled filming locations and contrasts perfectly with Robyn's platinum cut. Whatever idiot decided she needed a jacket on top of it should be slapped. The analogy of Robyn's voice:Rye's voice :: Robyn's dress:Rye's dress is just too good to pass up.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/06/illegal-sunday-lobsterdust-%E2%80%93-whole-lotta-extra-dougie.html
lobsterdust's "Whole Lotta Extra Dougie" begins with a classic Zeppelin tune and shows that you can put together that, some standard rap lyrics, and some heavily edited Katy Perry to get something unique. The man is a master - I'm convinced nobody else could've done this and made it work.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/06/dj-earworm-party-on-the-floor-capital-fm-summertime-ball-mashup.html
Speaking of masters at work, here goes DJ Earworm with another mega-mix. This one takes 19 tracks from 15 artists and produces a high-energy summer dance extravaganza. He's so good at this it's hard to realize how much work goes into these things. Again I don't know anyone else who is pulling off these kinds of megamixes these days.
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So many saved links. Bootie did a double-month best of, APC did a best-of, and there were other tabs and this is some good stuff. First up, the smooth stuff.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/04/cubic-zirconia-ft-bilal-night-or-day-cz-club-mix.html
Cubic Zirconia (http://www.myspace.com/cubiczirconiamusic) is an electro-disco outfit from New York with a smooth sound that sometimes gets called acid house. I think it's more RnB-influenced than that. Need to hear more; will report back if worthwhile.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/05/jj-angels.html
JJ (http://ravekommissionen.blogspot.com/) are a Swedish duo with a nice blend of vocals and styles - some English, some not. Reading up on them I saw them described as "dream pop" and this track has a very dreamy air. It reminds me a good bit of Tricky/Massive Attack, particularly the way the music seems to be whispering in your ear alone as it plays.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/04/illegal-sunday-the-reborn-identity-lady-of-oblivion.html
The Reborn Identity (http://www.rebornidentity.com/) has mashed up Jamie Woon's "Lady Luck" with Patrick Wolf's "Oblivion." When I wrote about "Lady Luck" a couple months ago I noted it had a particularly snappy feel. Here the snap is damped down somewhat so it can be merged with Wolf's violin-heavy track, which has its own pop-snap feel to it (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cY2VhtxTmQw). Woon's vocal's still carry the day, and it's still silky smooth.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/05/jess-mills-vultures-mj-cole-remix.html
Jess Mills' "Vultures", which I talked about back in April, here gets another loving work-over from a top remixer. Here, MJ Cole gives the song a very modernist feel, separating out the vocals to float above a high-BPM electro track, and then swoop them back down into a multi-tracked chorus. I still generally prefer my vocal-trance to be lower BPM, but this one works quite well.
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Right. Bunches of tabs to close. All good stuff this time, with lots of variation in style.

http://www.mashup-industries.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=361&Itemid=36
KrazyBen does a nice re-layering mix here based on the happy electro tune by Martin Solveig & Dragonette called "Hello". It's mashed with Duck Sauce's "Barbra Streisand" but in a clever way, using both a remix of the Hello track as well as the original Hello a capella. I still think the Streisand tune isn't all that hot on its own but the mix works really well.

http://soundcloud.com/jessmillsofficial/jess-mills-vultures
http://audioporncentral.com/2011/04/jess-mills-vultures-photek-remix.html
http://soundcloud.com/jessmillsofficial/jess-mills-fighting-fire-ft
I find it unbelievable that I haven't talked about Photek (http://photek.fm/) before. I'll have more to say about them later. Right now, though, I want to talk about Jess Mills' "Vultures". She's got a silky, breathy style that feels sensual and gives me chills to begin with. Photek have applied some techno-trance production, but left the backing sound low-key so you can still appreciate Mills' voice. She's definitely on my watch list now. The other track, Fighting Fire, is less haunting but still fun electro-dance. Also a great lyrical one-liner.

http://www.djbc.net/anotherjay/
Hey! You got your rap in my ambient! Well, you got your ambient in my rap! Two great tastes that... well, it's a concept album. dj BC has put together a 12-track mix of Brian Eno's ambient and spoken word pieces with the rap stylings of Jay-Z. Being that it's a tad heavy on the profanity I wouldn't blast this on the office speakers, but it's a fascinating experiment in melding two very different styles and making it work.

http://soundcloud.com/invisiblesandwhiches/invisible-sandwhiches-feat-kat-graham-sassy-found-a-dime-mix
Recently I got an email on Soundcloud asking me to vote for one of three tracks, two of which I found unremarkable. Then there was this one. It's based off the (over)autotuned Kat Graham pop confection "Sassy" which is itself dull. This mix by Invisible Sandwhiches uses Sassy about the way an Olympic diver uses the 10-meter platform. Gotta start somewhere, but after that it's all twists and turns and a remarkably graceful entry. Invisible Sandwhiches mix in several different styles and... well, listen and see what you think.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/04/win-win-ft-alexis-taylor-%E2%80%93-interleave.html
Imagine if Daft Punk and The Dream Academy had a love child. That would be Win Win. This track features the strong bass vibrato Daft Punk brought to the Tron soundrack, and classic New Wave male vocals. It's kind of spacy/dreamy but usually the wifty stuff doesn't have that level of thrum.
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Right. Bunches of tabs to close. All good stuff this time, with lots of variation in style.

http://www.mashup-industries.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=361&Itemid=36
KrazyBen does a nice re-layering mix here based on the happy electro tune by Martin Solveig & Dragonette called "Hello". It's mashed with Duck Sauce's "Barbra Streisand" but in a clever way, using both a remix of the Hello track as well as the original Hello a capella. I still think the Streisand tune isn't all that hot on its own but the mix works really well.

http://soundcloud.com/jessmillsofficial/jess-mills-vultures
http://audioporncentral.com/2011/04/jess-mills-vultures-photek-remix.html
http://soundcloud.com/jessmillsofficial/jess-mills-fighting-fire-ft
I find it unbelievable that I haven't talked about Photek (http://photek.fm/) before. I'll have more to say about them later. Right now, though, I want to talk about Jess Mills' "Vultures". She's got a silky, breathy style that feels sensual and gives me chills to begin with. Photek have applied some techno-trance production, but left the backing sound low-key so you can still appreciate Mills' voice. She's definitely on my watch list now. The other track, Fighting Fire, is less haunting but still fun electro-dance. Also a great lyrical one-liner.

http://www.djbc.net/anotherjay/
Hey! You got your rap in my ambient! Well, you got your ambient in my rap! Two great tastes that... well, it's a concept album. dj BC has put together a 12-track mix of Brian Eno's ambient and spoken word pieces with the rap stylings of Jay-Z. Being that it's a tad heavy on the profanity I wouldn't blast this on the office speakers, but it's a fascinating experiment in melding two very different styles and making it work.

http://soundcloud.com/invisiblesandwhiches/invisible-sandwhiches-feat-kat-graham-sassy-found-a-dime-mix
Recently I got an email on Soundcloud asking me to vote for one of three tracks, two of which I found unremarkable. Then there was this one. It's based off the (over)autotuned Kat Graham pop confection "Sassy" which is itself dull. This mix by Invisible Sandwhiches uses Sassy about the way an Olympic diver uses the 10-meter platform. Gotta start somewhere, but after that it's all twists and turns and a remarkably graceful entry. Invisible Sandwhiches mix in several different styles and... well, listen and see what you think.

http://audioporncentral.com/2011/04/win-win-ft-alexis-taylor-%E2%80%93-interleave.html
Imagine if Daft Punk and The Dream Academy had a love child. That would be Win Win. This track features the strong bass vibrato Daft Punk brought to the Tron soundrack, and classic New Wave male vocals. It's kind of spacy/dreamy but usually the wifty stuff doesn't have that level of thrum.

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