This just makes me feel good. Just watch it, listen and hopefully you'll enjoy it too.

Delorean - Stay Close


Absolutely phenomenal and once again are on the up and coming and somewhat mighty Moda Music label. These will be big and have been in love with them ever since Tom Staar remixed Lies. Just listen and adore, this is porn for your ears, or ear if you're somewhat defected.


Fenech-Soler - Stop and Stare
Fenech-Soler - Stop And Stare (Reset Remix)
Fenech-Soler - Lies (Tom Staar Remix)

Penguin Prison

Hey, reposting an Artist I've already recommended? I know, lazy and all, but its my Birthday, so I can do what I want to do today :D Where's Jessica Alba when you need her?

Anyway, now onto the new song by Penguin Prison. Its fantastic. Its actually painstakingly horrible how easy it is for him to make his music both eccentricly poppy and absolutely eccentric, not to forget extremely rememberable. With no word on an album release date as of yet, I'm starting to get really worried. I hope you enjoy the tracks as much as I have, and with that, I'm off to celebrate the date of which I was born. Toodles.

Penguin Prison - The Worse it Gets

Late Of The Pier - Best In The Class

In Regards to an earlier post on the blog Late Of The Pier have released a video for Best In The Class, check it out here!

Go back a few posts for the mp3s ;)

Sup? Lets Focus.

Sub Focus - Could This Be Real

Courting for your interest.

The Courteeners are back with their new album Falcon, and after their brilliant predecessor St. Jude, its really got a lot to live up to, and in a way it does, but it certainly isn't a match for it. Their styles changed, their epic fast paced songs have disappeared, but their catchy and ever present chorus's are still there, look at their current single "You Overdid it Doll" and you'll see a very catchy indie choon which is certain to be on any playlist you're interested in listening to. Although they seem to have regressed its nowhere near the regression of other bands with a great 1st album a lá the Killers and Razorlight, but its certainly worth a listen for a slow paced relaxing album full of thought and memory of the band. I'd not be overly impressed by it, but make your own mind up on it, I think I'm still undecided.

Aloe Blacc courtesy of Kid Cudi.

Here's a song I've discovered, yes, I have, thanks to the sheer greatness of Scott Merscudi a.k.a Kid Cudi, in his new TV show "How To Make it In America", which is currently on HBO. The theme song is so fitting in the lust of the main characters to make in in America and for Aloe Blacc's lust for a Dollar (or probably a few more than just the one). Hopefully you'll check out both the show and the song and thoroughly enjoy both. Give me a dollar, or a euro if you feel like it too.

Aloe Blacc - I Need a Dollar

Delphic. Yeah.

Here's a band who I probably should've gone to see on Saturday, but I, unfortunately was absolutely broke. So unfortunately I wasn;t able to see one of my favourite bands of this year. Alongside Two Door Cinema Club and Ellie Goulding, Delphic would be my band/artist to watch out for in 2010. Delphic could be the best new band in Manchester, as they evoke the spirit of its Hacienda days in a forward-thinking, indie-rave type way. Are we going to have to start calling them 'nu-Madchester'? When thinking of a definite comparison to Delphic one can only bring upon memories of New Order with their use of synth and futuristic nature, their style could even be compared to the nu-rave nature of Klaxons in the beats and kinetic indie ravish style. As the combining surging rhythms with powerful emotion, they're crafting a superior brand of future indie that has every chance of rocketing them out of Manchester and into the nation's consciousness.

With their single "Halcyon" due to come out next Monday its sure to be rising up the charts, but for some reason I doubt it'll get to number one, and for one reason only. There's something which niggles your mind about it, a shadow of a memory some might say. Listening to the song is like listening to another song, or another band, and now while listening to the, rather than letting the music transform everything around me into solid vibrating masses of lovely, I'm instead trying to decode the puzzle of who it resembles.

Let me know what you think for yourself.

Delphic - Halcyon
Delphic - Counterpoint
Delphic - Doubt
Delphic - Clarion Call (personal favourite)

Sometimes you see Miami Horror's

Miami Horror is a 22 year old DJ/Producer from Melbourne who started out his music career playing house party and regular weekly club nights such as Streetparty and Third Class. Having remixed for the likes of Pnau, The Presets, Faker, Datarock, Party and Midnight Juggernauts in the space of a year, Miami Horror has been propelled to sit justifiably amongst some of the biggest names in music. His remixes are guaranteed dance floor hits, immediately downloaded across the world & as the talk about his work continues to grow, plans are underway for a live show consisting of DJ, keys, drums, guitar & vox. Sometimes is his most recent single and recieved some attention in the charts, expect 2010 to be the breakthrough year of Miami Horror.

Here's some of his remixes and his full length songs. Hope you Enjoy. Major list of tunes.

Miami Horror - Sometimes
Miami Horror - Don't Be On With Her
Miami Horror - Illumination
Miami Horror - Bellevue
Miami Horror - Mr Ice Cream
Miami Horror - Make You Mine (Fred Falke remix)
Miami Horror - Make You Mine (Cassian remix)
Bloc Party - The Prayer (Miami Horror Remix)
Codebreaker - Exiled (We Don't Need No) (Miami Horror Remix)
Pnau - Embrace (Fred Falke and Miami Horror remix)
Grafton Primary - I Can Cook (Miami Horror Remix)
The Presets - Talk Like That (Miami Horror Remix)
Datarock - Fa Fa Fa (Miami Horror Remix)
Totally Michael - Winona (Miami Horror Remix)
Faker - This Heart Attack (Miami Horror Remix)

Two Door Cinema Club, They Can Talk.

Trust me they can, although, they're probably better at singing.

Two Door Cinema Club are 3 people with the help of technology and a thirst for anything quirky. If you were to pose the question, “Where do Two Door Cinema Club live?” and someone was to answer, “Why, Bangor!” That someone would only be 66.67% correct because Two Door Cinema Club are a Bangor/Donaghadee based electro pop band. At first an obvious absence in the rhythm department was humbly filled by an unadulterated Macintosh however the band have recently found a sticksman to beef up their live shows. Their music has been loosely compared to the likes of Death Cab for Cutie and Broken Social Scene but without a definitive capacity to be pigeon-holed. Melodic vocals, which hail from all three members of the outfit, infuse with guitar riffs that have been described as “oceanic” and rhythm described as “pulsing”. To get the symbolism out of the way, take your seats; it’s going to be a blockbuster!

Here's a really catchy tune of theirs which is certain to become a mainstream hit in 2010. They've only recently, 2 days ago to be precise released their album "Tourist History" and its just what I expected, pure pop loving fun. As a prelude to their album they released "Undercover Martyn", which is a bit more down to earth than I Can Talk, but in itself its a very good single and could be climbing the charts sooner rather than later.

My Recommendations.
Two Door Cinema Club - I Can Talk
Two Door Cinema Club - I Can Talk (French Horn Rebellion Remix)
Two Door Cinema Club - Undercover Martyn
Two Door Cinema Club - Undercover Martyn Flexin' It (Passion Pit Remix)
Now with a new MP3
Two Door Cinema Club – What You Know

Basically, I've been told to remove the links to these, but they're all on mediafire, give it a google ;) :)

Tom Staar Superpost

This may be of use to some of you and may not be to others, sad face requested "Two Tone Simms" in a previous post about Tom Staar so I guess this will please a lot of you.

Deep within the solar system, past the rocky contours of the moon & beyond the fizzing gases of Jupiter, a lone space traveller named Tom Staar searches for his long lost colony of intergalactic compadres.

Not knowing if he is the last of his kind means his search is never ending & his methods of communication unauthordox. It's a long time since he's seen another member of his species, but one thing he still remembers is how much they liked to dance! So in a bid to make contact, Tom likes to send interstellar messages... in the form of songs!

As well as helping develop the mighty Moda club night during his time on earth, and the music of acts such as Jaymo & Andy George and Doorly, Tom has now begun sharing his own cosmic productions.

Combining a quasar of sounds, with retro synths, a sprinkling of stardust & even his own vocals, means that Tom Staar makes music that is truly his own.

Console EP

Heavy Artillery EP
Two Tone Simms

Tom Staar - Staar Mix One (Jan2010)

Best Friends Girl

CastleJam - Jus 2 B Near U (Tom Staar Remix)
Basement Jaxx - My Turn (Tom Staar Remix)
We Have Band - Divisive (Tom Staar Remix)
Yello - Oh Yeah (Tom Staar Remix)

Gorillaz Showin' Some Style-o

I actually don't know if I like this one. I guess it's becuase its not as catchy as the older songs. But, I thought I'd share it with all of you. Hope you Enjoy.

There's even an inclusion of Bruce Willis, for some reason, most likely for him to act as a bad ass. Let me know your thoughts on it and the remixes, I've given links to at the bottom too.

Gorillaz - Stylo
Gorillaz – Stylo (Alex Metric Remix)
Gorillaz - Stylo (Yuksek Remix)