Human Resource – Dominator (Wax Worx Remix)

This video is just pure entertainment bliss.  Love when solid dancers elevate a tune to the next level.  The kids in this video hit hard and lock the vibe in perfectly.

The tune is a 90’s acid house classic by Human Resource that has got re-worked by the talented hands of Wax Worx.

Native Sons – Say Nothing

Really like the subtle nature of the song that slowly pulls you in.  The melody, as it’s weaves in and out, starts to really sink in.

About the song:
Native Sons is the most recent up and coming product from the Bay Area. After a stint of touring and a 2013 Bottle Rock Festival appearance with their blues/rock band, The Iron Heart, Thomas Fine and Justin Altamira have finally decided to re-think their music trajectory. With a back catalogue of over a hundred songs, the duo called on industry friends and producers to record their debut that included Chris Garcia (Lana Del Rey, Adele), Shawn Harris (The Matches, St. Ranger), Jason Carmer (Third Eye Blind, Kimya Dawson), and composer Chris Foltz. With a mix of pop, dance, electronic and rock, the seven song EP, Super American, takes the listener on an introspective journey through past relationships.

I Speak Machine – Shame

A synth pop track that has all the sonic goodness from the 80’s.  I think this track needs to land on Halt and Catch Fire.

For fans of:  Róisín Murphy

Short Bio:
I Speak Machine are vocalist and synth nerd Tara Busch and filmmaker Maf Lewis. Together they make brooding soundtracks and horror/sci-fi films, creating the audio and visual in unison and giving both elements equal prominence. Their approach is inspired by Spaghetti Western cinema duo Ennio Morricone and Sergio Leone, who used to play with score ideas for scenes while scripts were being written.