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New Post has been published on http://styleofsound.com/rob-belleville-charm-vinyl-pt-17-mix/Rob Belleville | The Charm of Vinyl Pt. 17 MixOur favourite mix this week comes from Rob Belleville (Organica Music Labworks, Common Dreams), who every four weeks on sunday night, musically enriches your evening with the lushest and ear-resistible tunes on brand new, dusty and classic wax. He is never afraid to show his predilection for the deepest and timeless techno and he’s a distinct promoter and enthusiast of the unique Dutch techno tradition as well.

Tracklisting:
bango – ritual beating system (tribal rythim mix) [fragile]
jah wobble & bill laswell – alsema dub (carl craig remix) [react]
paperclip people – clear and present [touche]
gabriel ananda – kaspar [tonsport]
max mohr – tomty [react]
k-hand – heavybody [ausfahrt]
artificial – no synchro [karmarouge]
jii hoo – let me luv u [f-communications]
ramon & theo – a wet summernight [simple symphonys]
matt nee – textured two [pseudo]
chaz vincent – dream zenith part 1 [planet e]
ian pooley – traffic [cube]
ibex – bok choy [planet e]
mri – slipping decks [force tracks]
pure impulse project – energize [seventh sense]
wild planet – transmitter [430 west]
deetron – I cling [music man]
project x – project x (bigger trouble mix) [matrix]
octave one presents – kaotic spatial rhythms – secret society [430 west]
the aztec mystic – aguila [ur]
aubrey – straight ahead [offshoot]
ural 13 diktators – total destruction [forte]
michel de hey – subsix [ec]
69 – filter king [planet e]
jeff mills – i9 [axis]

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Rob Belleville | The Charm of Vinyl Pt. 17 Mix

Our favourite mix this week comes from Rob Belleville (Organica Music Labworks, Common Dreams), who every four weeks on sunday night, musically enriches your evening with the lushest and ear-resistible tunes on brand new, dusty and classic wax. He is never afraid to show his predilection for the deepest and timeless techno and he’s a distinct promoter and enthusiast of the unique Dutch techno tradition as well.

Tracklisting:

  1. bango – ritual beating system (tribal rythim mix) [fragile]
  2. jah wobble & bill laswell – alsema dub (carl craig remix) [react]
  3. paperclip people – clear and present [touche]
  4. gabriel ananda – kaspar [tonsport]
  5. max mohr – tomty [react]
  6. k-hand – heavybody [ausfahrt]
  7. artificial – no synchro [karmarouge]
  8. jii hoo – let me luv u [f-communications]
  9. ramon & theo – a wet summernight [simple symphonys]
  10. matt nee – textured two [pseudo]
  11. chaz vincent – dream zenith part 1 [planet e]
  12. ian pooley – traffic [cube]
  13. ibex – bok choy [planet e]
  14. mri – slipping decks [force tracks]
  15. pure impulse project – energize [seventh sense]
  16. wild planet – transmitter [430 west]
  17. deetron – I cling [music man]
  18. project x – project x (bigger trouble mix) [matrix]
  19. octave one presents – kaotic spatial rhythms – secret society [430 west]
  20. the aztec mystic – aguila [ur]
  21. aubrey – straight ahead [offshoot]
  22. ural 13 diktators – total destruction [forte]
  23. michel de hey – subsix [ec]
  24. 69 – filter king [planet e]
  25. jeff mills – i9 [axis]

Posted on Monday, July 28th 2014

New Post has been published on http://styleofsound.com/b-bee-festival-sleeping-experience/B-and-Bee Festival Sleeping ExperienceWhen going to non-urban music festivals, accommodation options can be limited, often revolving around a camping option, a ‘glamping’ option, and nothing in between. Recently four companies in Belgium, Compaan, Labeur vow, One Small Step, and Achilles Design, joined forces to create the B-and-Bee, a stackable honeycomb structure that aims give festival lovers all around the world affordable sleeping quarters that give comfort whilst looking look great.
Each B-and-Bee honeycomb ‘cell’ has luggage storage, a locker, a light, and a power supply, and the cozy king size bed (yes we did indeed say bed) can also be easily transformed into a comfortable lounge seat. The B-and-Bee was trialled at different festivals this year and the feedback from festival organisers has been extremely positive.
With B-and-Bee honeycombs being quick and easy to set up, we can see these being picked up by more and more festivals in the future as a way to enhance the festival experience for those who want something a bit more comfortable than a tent in a field. If only they could add a shower to each cell. We can only dream.

		
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B-and-Bee Festival Sleeping Experience

When going to non-urban music festivals, accommodation options can be limited, often revolving around a camping option, a ‘glamping’ option, and nothing in between. Recently four companies in Belgium, Compaan, Labeur vow, One Small Step, and Achilles Design, joined forces to create the B-and-Bee, a stackable honeycomb structure that aims give festival lovers all around the world affordable sleeping quarters that give comfort whilst looking look great.

Each B-and-Bee honeycomb ‘cell’ has luggage storage, a locker, a light, and a power supply, and the cozy king size bed (yes we did indeed say bed) can also be easily transformed into a comfortable lounge seat. The B-and-Bee was trialled at different festivals this year and the feedback from festival organisers has been extremely positive.

With B-and-Bee honeycombs being quick and easy to set up, we can see these being picked up by more and more festivals in the future as a way to enhance the festival experience for those who want something a bit more comfortable than a tent in a field. If only they could add a shower to each cell. We can only dream.

Posted on Sunday, July 27th 2014

New Post has been published on http://styleofsound.com/xeno-and-oaklander-sheen/Xeno and Oaklander | Sheen
Brooklyn Duo Xeno and Oaklander are a minimal electronics girl/boy duo from Brooklyn, NY. This summer, Xeno and Oaklander bring their minimal electronic sounds to Ghostly International with new album Par Avion, their first for the label.
The album’s title is a reference to postcards — it translates as “by plane”, and was used to mark airmail sent from exotic places. The songs are postcards of love for a cold age — shimmering moments from the present, romantic messages from the past, and love mementos for the future. Together, they make up an album of contrasts — the songs move from upbeat to downbeat, slow to fast, light to dark.
Our favourite track from the album called Sheen is exemplary of singer Liz Wendelbo whispery vocals, something that we can’t get enough of. Get the album directly from Ghostly International.

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Xeno and Oaklander | Sheen

Brooklyn Duo Xeno and Oaklander are a minimal electronics girl/boy duo from Brooklyn, NY. This summer, Xeno and Oaklander bring their minimal electronic sounds to Ghostly International with new album Par Avion, their first for the label.

The album’s title is a reference to postcards — it translates as “by plane”, and was used to mark airmail sent from exotic places. The songs are postcards of love for a cold age — shimmering moments from the present, romantic messages from the past, and love mementos for the future. Together, they make up an album of contrasts — the songs move from upbeat to downbeat, slow to fast, light to dark.

Our favourite track from the album called Sheen is exemplary of singer Liz Wendelbo whispery vocals, something that we can’t get enough of. Get the album directly from Ghostly International.

Posted on Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

New Post has been published on http://styleofsound.com/jbag-blue-radio-edit/JBAG - Through Blue (radio edit)
Just in time for summer comes JBAG’s new single ‘Through Blue’ featuring the singer of Polish electronic band Kamp! Following in the footsteps of last year’s mighty ‘Mogadisco’, ‘Through Blue’ unfolds another sad yet happy melody albeit locked into a slick, pulsing groove. Topped by the boyish vocals of Tomek Szpaderski – he who with his two Kamp! accomplices is soon putting Poland on the map with inspired indie-dance – ‘Through Blue’ takes a meaningful turn bringing extra depth to an already endearing, emotive backing track led by nostalgic steel drums and pianos.
As well as the JBAG’s vocal mix, the 4 track EP includes reworks from Holmes Price (UK) who’s taken the piano-house route, Jesse Lamar & Jay Oliver (Finland) who’ve opted for big room drama and Venice Beach (France) who’ve favored a dreamier angle. The 16th release on Continental records, JBAG’s own imprint, adds yet another nuance to the label’s palette of dj-friendly underground pop music.
Purchase the single on Juno or  iTunes 

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JBAG - Through Blue (radio edit)

Just in time for summer comes JBAG’s new single ‘Through Blue’ featuring the singer of Polish electronic band Kamp! Following in the footsteps of last year’s mighty ‘Mogadisco’, ‘Through Blue’ unfolds another sad yet happy melody albeit locked into a slick, pulsing groove. Topped by the boyish vocals of Tomek Szpaderski – he who with his two Kamp! accomplices is soon putting Poland on the map with inspired indie-dance – ‘Through Blue’ takes a meaningful turn bringing extra depth to an already endearing, emotive backing track led by nostalgic steel drums and pianos.

As well as the JBAG’s vocal mix, the 4 track EP includes reworks from Holmes Price (UK) who’s taken the piano-house route, Jesse Lamar & Jay Oliver (Finland) who’ve opted for big room drama and Venice Beach (France) who’ve favored a dreamier angle. The 16th release on Continental records, JBAG’s own imprint, adds yet another nuance to the label’s palette of dj-friendly underground pop music.

Purchase the single on Juno or  iTunes 

Posted on Sunday, July 20th 2014

New Post has been published on http://styleofsound.com/beams-feeling-feelings-right/BEAMS | Feeling That The Feeling’s Right on CSCN
BEAMS is more than a rather nice department store in Tokyo. It also happens to be the name of the electronic project of 21-year old multi-instrumentalist and producer Zack Kantor from New York City. He produces dancey, futuristic electro pop and his single for CSCN Feeling That The Feeling’s Right fuses lo-fi pop with crisp, dark dance melodies to create a contemporary collage of sounds. We can’t wait to hear more!

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BEAMS | Feeling That The Feeling’s Right on CSCN

BEAMS is more than a rather nice department store in Tokyo. It also happens to be the name of the electronic project of 21-year old multi-instrumentalist and producer Zack Kantor from New York City. He produces dancey, futuristic electro pop and his single for CSCN Feeling That The Feeling’s Right fuses lo-fi pop with crisp, dark dance melodies to create a contemporary collage of sounds. We can’t wait to hear more!

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Posted on Wednesday, July 16th 2014

New Post has been published on http://styleofsound.com/foreign-boy-dance-like-light/Foreign Boy | Dance Like A Light 
We’re getting excited about ‘Dance Like A Light,’ a high energy italo X nudisco track taken from the debut Foreign Boy release on Nude Disco Records. The track is filled with mesmerising vocoders, an octave bassline and frantic mono synth riffs, all the essential ingredients required to propel one into a state of non-stop dancing.
In addition to the original track, The ‘Dance Like A Light EP’ contains a brilliant remix by Boysinadisco. Check out the original track above and if you like it, why not get your own copy for guaranteed bliss.

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Foreign Boy | Dance Like A Light

We’re getting excited about ‘Dance Like A Light,’ a high energy italo X nudisco track taken from the debut Foreign Boy release on Nude Disco Records. The track is filled with mesmerising vocoders, an octave bassline and frantic mono synth riffs, all the essential ingredients required to propel one into a state of non-stop dancing.

In addition to the original track, The ‘Dance Like A Light EP’ contains a brilliant remix by Boysinadisco. Check out the original track above and if you like it, why not get your own copy for guaranteed bliss.

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Posted on Wednesday, July 16th 2014

New Post has been published on http://styleofsound.com/magic-eye-babylon-james-booth-silk-remix/Magic Eye | Babylon (James Booth Silk Remix)
Magic Eye recently came out with their excellent hazy guitar release Babylon on Not Not Fun Records and when James Booth (100% Silk) decided to do a remix of their title track we knew that we had to take a listen. Booth gives the song a rather nice beat treatment which makes one want to dance deep in to the night and early morning hours. Listen to it for yourself above.

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Magic Eye | Babylon (James Booth Silk Remix)

Magic Eye recently came out with their excellent hazy guitar release Babylon on Not Not Fun Records and when James Booth (100% Silk) decided to do a remix of their title track we knew that we had to take a listen. Booth gives the song a rather nice beat treatment which makes one want to dance deep in to the night and early morning hours. Listen to it for yourself above.

Posted on Tuesday, July 15th 2014

New Post has been published on http://styleofsound.com/box-wolves-drift-hour-36/Box of Wolves | The Drift Hour No. 36 
A nice weekend mix from the brilliant Box of Wolves.
Tracklist:
01. Bipolar Sunshine / Deckhairs On The Moon (Eli & Fur Remix)
02. Cyclist & Miako Watson / Sunshine
03. Falcon Punch & Roller Radio / And You
04. Soft Touch / Real Love (AIMES Remix)
05. MermaidS / MersteriouS
06. Pomo / Start Again (feat. Andrea Cormier)
07. Woman’s Hour / Conversations (Fort Romeau Remix)
08. Benoit & Sergio / Your Darkness
09. Duke Dumont / Won’t Look Back (Radio Edit)
10. LEMONADE / Stepping
11. Beni / Protect (feat. Anthony & Cleopatra)
12. Golf Clap / Future (Bit Funk Remix)
Box of Wolves is a hybrid 90′s Summer Nostalgia/Chill-/Synthwave music project nursed by Gabriel Akinrinmade out of the whims of his sundry synth modulator experiments. Highly reminiscent of the sounds of Teen Daze, Com Truise, and Washed Out, Box of Wolves, even to bottom-tier music aficionado, runs like a non-obnoxious transcendental LSD alt-party set list.
It’s equal parts chill, equal parts solid, thanks in part to basic but grippingly steady beats. Gems from the ‘Illusions’ LP include “The Wake Up”, the crash of industrial waves spliced through rousing syncopated delay. “Glitter Vision”, the aural transcription of the perpetual glint in your eyes, complete with sensory warping evinced by the fading in, fading out, and “To Want You”, a composite of slippery smooth “Fuck, You, You, Yous”.

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Box of Wolves | The Drift Hour No. 36 

A nice weekend mix from the brilliant Box of Wolves.

Tracklist:

01. Bipolar Sunshine / Deckhairs On The Moon (Eli & Fur Remix)
02. Cyclist & Miako Watson / Sunshine
03. Falcon Punch & Roller Radio / And You
04. Soft Touch / Real Love (AIMES Remix)
05. MermaidS / MersteriouS
06. Pomo / Start Again (feat. Andrea Cormier)
07. Woman’s Hour / Conversations (Fort Romeau Remix)
08. Benoit & Sergio / Your Darkness
09. Duke Dumont / Won’t Look Back (Radio Edit)
10. LEMONADE / Stepping
11. Beni / Protect (feat. Anthony & Cleopatra)
12. Golf Clap / Future (Bit Funk Remix)

Box of Wolves is a hybrid 90′s Summer Nostalgia/Chill-/Synthwave music project nursed by Gabriel Akinrinmade out of the whims of his sundry synth modulator experiments. Highly reminiscent of the sounds of Teen Daze, Com Truise, and Washed Out, Box of Wolves, even to bottom-tier music aficionado, runs like a non-obnoxious transcendental LSD alt-party set list.

It’s equal parts chill, equal parts solid, thanks in part to basic but grippingly steady beats. Gems from the ‘Illusions’ LP include “The Wake Up”, the crash of industrial waves spliced through rousing syncopated delay. “Glitter Vision”, the aural transcription of the perpetual glint in your eyes, complete with sensory warping evinced by the fading in, fading out, and “To Want You”, a composite of slippery smooth “Fuck, You, You, Yous”.

Posted on Saturday, July 12th 2014

New Post has been published on http://styleofsound.com/free-dl-uk-bass-newcomer-danglo-kitsune/Free DL from UK Bass Newcomer Danglo on Kitsuné
Danglo is a South East London fast rising talent whose profile has built up over the last twelve months in the exploding UK bass scene remixing the likes of Maribou State and Say Lou Lou, picking up good club and radio support from Radio 1, 1Xtra, Kiss, Capital Xtra and XFM along the way.
For his first release on Kitsuné , the young producer is making a splash with an EP containing three uplifting original tracks: “Spotlight” showcases the bouncy 90s garage-influence of the producers’ sound, whilst “Drifter” (featuring Estonian songstress Liisi Koikson) delivers hypnotic bass and shows a darker and deeper side. Finally, “Forget You” offers summer vibes with pounding drums and an infectious steel drum hook which you can check out above.
Danglo will be playing several Kitsuné Club Nights this summer, but in the meantime listen to the Spotlight EP minimix! Stay tuned for more info.

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Free DL from UK Bass Newcomer Danglo on Kitsuné

Danglo is a South East London fast rising talent whose profile has built up over the last twelve months in the exploding UK bass scene remixing the likes of Maribou State and Say Lou Lou, picking up good club and radio support from Radio 1, 1Xtra, Kiss, Capital Xtra and XFM along the way.

For his first release on Kitsuné , the young producer is making a splash with an EP containing three uplifting original tracks: “Spotlight” showcases the bouncy 90s garage-influence of the producers’ sound, whilst “Drifter” (featuring Estonian songstress Liisi Koikson) delivers hypnotic bass and shows a darker and deeper side. Finally, “Forget You” offers summer vibes with pounding drums and an infectious steel drum hook which you can check out above.

Danglo will be playing several Kitsuné Club Nights this summer, but in the meantime listen to the Spotlight EP minimix! Stay tuned for more info.

K219 Danglo Free DL from UK Bass Newcomer Danglo on Kitsuné

Posted on Thursday, July 10th 2014

New Post has been published on http://styleofsound.com/chica-paulas-veranitotranquilo-mix/Chica Paula’s Veranitotranquilo MixRather enjoying this mix from Paula Schopf (aka Chica Paula) from Berlin. Reminds us of listening to Oceanclub Radio in Berlin from yesteryear.

Just some background information about Paula: 
“It goes without saying then that Paula was trained in as good a context as there could be for any technophile: 90s Berlin. She learnt her trade as a DJ playing at locations like Ostgut-Panoramabar (now Berghain), WMF and the aforementioned Tresor. These days, the list has also come to include Watergate, Weekend, Maria and Club der Visionaere.
As well as frequent gigs in Berlin, she has played sets far and wide from Detroit to Moscow to Buenos Aires, and of course extensively throughout Europe at places such as Rote Sonne (Munich), Culture Box (Copenhagen), Zukunft (Zürich) and Le Triptyque (Paris) to name but a few. On top of all these clubs, she has played at a wide range of international festivals such as Benicassim, MUTEK, Popkomm, Love Parade and Detroit’s DEMF to name but a few.
Despite all this notable success on the Berlin and international scene, Chica Paula remains true to her roots and still enjoys playing parties with the Chilean crew when the opportunity arises – for example, with the Ruta5 organization of which she is a founding member.”

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Chica Paula’s Veranitotranquilo Mix

Rather enjoying this mix from Paula Schopf (aka Chica Paula) from Berlin. Reminds us of listening to Oceanclub Radio in Berlin from yesteryear.

Just some background information about Paula: 

“It goes without saying then that Paula was trained in as good a context as there could be for any technophile: 90s Berlin. She learnt her trade as a DJ playing at locations like Ostgut-Panoramabar (now Berghain), WMF and the aforementioned Tresor. These days, the list has also come to include Watergate, Weekend, Maria and Club der Visionaere.

As well as frequent gigs in Berlin, she has played sets far and wide from Detroit to Moscow to Buenos Aires, and of course extensively throughout Europe at places such as Rote Sonne (Munich), Culture Box (Copenhagen), Zukunft (Zürich) and Le Triptyque (Paris) to name but a few. On top of all these clubs, she has played at a wide range of international festivals such as Benicassim, MUTEK, Popkomm, Love Parade and Detroit’s DEMF to name but a few.

Despite all this notable success on the Berlin and international scene, Chica Paula remains true to her roots and still enjoys playing parties with the Chilean crew when the opportunity arises – for example, with the Ruta5 organization of which she is a founding member.”

Posted on Tuesday, July 8th 2014

New Post has been published on http://styleofsound.com/frog-storage-unit-by-nicolas-abdelkader/Frog Storage Unit by Nicolas AbdelkaderWhat’s green, has four legs and has something cool about it? Frogs do of course but so does the Frog storage unit produced by the brilliant French furniture designer Nicolas Abdelkader aka NAB. The Frog stands on four pointy legs which support several large storage areas that seemingly look like a pair of eyes and a large mouth. When filled with items such as electronic equipment, books, cds and other household ephemera, the Frog acts as a simple yet modern frame to showcase your personal possessions.

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Frog Storage Unit by Nicolas Abdelkader

What’s green, has four legs and has something cool about it? Frogs do of course but so does the Frog storage unit produced by the brilliant French furniture designer Nicolas Abdelkader aka NAB. The Frog stands on four pointy legs which support several large storage areas that seemingly look like a pair of eyes and a large mouth. When filled with items such as electronic equipment, books, cds and other household ephemera, the Frog acts as a simple yet modern frame to showcase your personal possessions.

Screen Shot 2014 07 07 at 21.04.07 Frog Storage Unit by Nicolas Abdelkader

Posted on Monday, July 7th 2014

New Post has been published on http://styleofsound.com/style-sound-indie-disco-every-night-megamix/Style of Sound Indie Disco Every Night MegamixCheck out our latest megamix containing some rather nice indie disco tracks from some of our favourite artists both new and old.

Tracklisting:
Starlighter (Original Mix) by Jupiter
Don’t Know (Original Mix) by Nicolas Kotowicz
Conchis Bliss (Keljet Remix) by Midnight Spin
Toy Boy (Saint Pauli Remix) by Rise & Fool
Every Little Thing (feat. Irfane & Teki Latex)(Plastic Plates Remix) by Para One
Sun (Gildas Kitsune Club Night Short Remix) by Two Door Cinema Club
In the City (Original Mix) by The Swiss
I’m Aquarius (Edwin van Cleef Remix) by Metronomy
Catwalk (Plastic Plates Remix) by Disciples
Need U (100%%) feat. A*M*E (Radio Edit) by Duke Dumont and A.M.E.
Let’s Make Luv (Original Mix) by Flashback, Yaaman
Nasty Girl (Original Mix) by Vanilla Ace, L.O.O.P.
To Love You (Vancington Remix) by Rotkraft
Hidden Sign (Kim & Buran Disco Version) by Visage
Give You Up feat. KLP (Yuksek Dub) by Crayon
Sunset (Original Mix) by Reflex
Starlighter (JBAG Remix) by Jupiter

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Style of Sound Indie Disco Every Night Megamix

Check out our latest megamix containing some rather nice indie disco tracks from some of our favourite artists both new and old.

Tracklisting:

  1. Starlighter (Original Mix) by Jupiter
  2. Don’t Know (Original Mix) by Nicolas Kotowicz
  3. Conchis Bliss (Keljet Remix) by Midnight Spin
  4. Toy Boy (Saint Pauli Remix) by Rise & Fool
  5. Every Little Thing (feat. Irfane & Teki Latex)(Plastic Plates Remix) by Para One
  6. Sun (Gildas Kitsune Club Night Short Remix) by Two Door Cinema Club
  7. In the City (Original Mix) by The Swiss
  8. I’m Aquarius (Edwin van Cleef Remix) by Metronomy
  9. Catwalk (Plastic Plates Remix) by Disciples
  10. Need U (100%%) feat. A*M*E (Radio Edit) by Duke Dumont and A.M.E.
  11. Let’s Make Luv (Original Mix) by Flashback, Yaaman
  12. Nasty Girl (Original Mix) by Vanilla Ace, L.O.O.P.
  13. To Love You (Vancington Remix) by Rotkraft
  14. Hidden Sign (Kim & Buran Disco Version) by Visage
  15. Give You Up feat. KLP (Yuksek Dub) by Crayon
  16. Sunset (Original Mix) by Reflex
  17. Starlighter (JBAG Remix) by Jupiter

Posted on Friday, July 4th 2014

New Post has been published on http://styleofsound.com/sos-interviews-montreal-duo-blue-hawaii/SOS Interviews Montreal Duo Blue Hawaii
We’ve been a fan of Blue Hawaii and their album Untogether which was released last year. We recently caught up with the duo to find out a little more about their music and their thoughts on life….
SOS: How did decide on the name of Blue Hawaii?BH: we chose it haphazardly, just in time for our first show. we do like the idea of paradise with the blues tho.
SOS: What three bands past or present do you respect?BH: Chet Baker, Karen Dalton & DJ Mustard.
SOS: Do you believe the human soul is eternal?BH: Something like we leave the individual soul but there is the common source of all things that we go back to.

SOS: Do you ever double or triple check things? If so, what?BH: Yeah all the time. to make sure things are right!

SOS: What do your songs represent?BH: Love and frustration.
SOS:What’s your favourite place to hang out when you’re not touring?BH: YouTube.
SOS: Where would you rather be now?BH: Not sick 
SOS: How many drinks is too many drinks?BH: 12.
SOS: How do you define “true love”BH: Always responding to each other’s texts within minutes.

SOS: What’s one book you would recommend and why?BH: Lolita because it is written beautifully.
SOS: What inspires you to write your songs?BH: Each other.
SOS: What can we expect from you for the latter half of 2014?BH: Some kind of heavier dance 12″!
Blue Hawaii will be playing at the much-anticipated Heritage981 Festival next week in London on July 10, 2014. Get your tickets from the Oval Space.

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SOS Interviews Montreal Duo Blue Hawaii

We’ve been a fan of Blue Hawaii and their album Untogether which was released last year. We recently caught up with the duo to find out a little more about their music and their thoughts on life….

  1. SOS: How did decide on the name of Blue Hawaii?
    BH: we chose it haphazardly, just in time for our first show. we do like the idea of paradise with the blues tho.
  2. SOS: What three bands past or present do you respect?
    BH: Chet Baker, Karen Dalton & DJ Mustard.
  3. SOS: Do you believe the human soul is eternal?
    BH: Something like we leave the individual soul but there is the common source of all things that we go back to.
  4. SOS: Do you ever double or triple check things? If so, what?
    BH: Yeah all the time. to make sure things are right!
  5. 
SOS: What do your songs represent?
    BH: Love and frustration.
  6. SOS:What’s your favourite place to hang out when you’re not touring?
    BH: YouTube.
  7. SOS: Where would you rather be now?
    BH: Not sick icon sad SOS Interviews Montreal Duo Blue Hawaii
  8. SOS: How many drinks is too many drinks?
    BH: 12.
  9. SOS: How do you define “true love”
    BH: Always responding to each other’s texts within minutes.
  10. SOS: What’s one book you would recommend and why?
    BH: Lolita because it is written beautifully.
  11. SOS: What inspires you to write your songs?
    BH: Each other.
  12. SOS: What can we expect from you for the latter half of 2014?
    BH: Some kind of heavier dance 12″!

Blue Hawaii will be playing at the much-anticipated Heritage981 Festival next week in London on July 10, 2014. Get your tickets from the Oval Space.

Posted on Friday, July 4th 2014