LA based band with a horrible name, but beautiful music. Seriously, “Techno Squirrels”… I keep picturing a little kid with glow sticks and a Casio churning out techno from his bedroom. Here’s hoping they change their name….
Remind me alot of telepopmusik
Techno Squirrels – Love Comes First
Buy Vinyl Album: mute (Vinyl)
BTW: Happy Halloween!!!
Here’s a solid dance track released in 2003 from James Holden and Thompson, called “Nothing”.
Here’s a white label produced by Sebastien Leger where he edits Quench’s, “Dreams”. Give this track a couple of minutes for it to really kick in with the smooth progressive house sounds of Sebastien.
Buy Album: Off The Wall
We (the misses and I) caught Shapeshifter at DiscoCult at The Sugar Factory in Amsterdam Friday October 12, 2007. This was a great performance and I’m sure the “special” smoke in the air didn’t hurt either. The crowd was great, and Shapeshifter brought it, and found ways to keep taking it up a notch through the set. This was an explosive and vibrant show and one of the best I’ve seen in years.
Here’s a track they played that night called “Electric Dream”.
[myspace – The Sugar Factory]
[myspace – Shapeshifter]
PS. Be sure not to confuse Shapeshifter (drum n bass) with The Shapeshifters (House)… and yes, I did confuse the two hence my warning.
PSS. More post plus videos from this event coming soon including the smashing DJ from Germany who followed the shapeshifter set, Lars Moston — btw, this guy killed it…
This male / female duo produce sunshine fun drenched indie rock/electronic/pop music that is quite catchy.
Not the greatest quality video, but her it is none the less: