A garage-y track from the label Clone Royal Oak in 2011. With some funky bass lines and classic monotonous chanting this track sounds like it could be from the early 90s. 

“There never was an evolution. Change comes fast and takes your ass…”

-Chase

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An extended edit version of this “Mutant Disco” classic from French actress/musician Caroline Loeb. If you are ever perusing the record/cd/tape bins, be sure to grab any Mutant Disco comp that you get your eyes on – a not quite ever officially established genre, Mutant Disco was coined by ZE Recordings by one of their early comps.

Expect me to post more of this stuff. It makes my booty bounce.

– Chase

Then I had to climb down
I went up to see the sun rise
And then I had to climb back up again
I had to be there to see the sun rise
For the air that you sent to guide me
Had a tonne of elephant grey
We were all there in the morning
We were there and we wanted to stay
Then I had to climb down
I went up to see the sun rise
And then I had to climb back up again
I had to be there to see the sun rise
For the air that you sent to guide me
Had a tonne of elephant grey
We were all there in the morning
We were there and we wanted to stay

CLASSIC

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Today my posts reverts a little bit out of the normal music route, only to bring some historic reference. In 2001 Bjork presented her new album Vespertine at Royal opera house in London. It was the first time this venue hosted a pop/electronic event, and alongside her, she brought a choir of greenland traditional singers, electronic duo Matmos and chords by Zeena Parkins.

This rendition of Human Behaviour is one of the most special ones ive heard

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