you’re aware that i want you
hold up they just used a sample from Capucine’s story (http://vimeo.com/2113477) you should also watch that video tho.
even white people know it’s a good party
nouveau et nostalgique
something new but somehow nostalgic. claire’s games.
spending my friday watching a documentary about house music. #pumpupthevolume
Jetlag is drenched in secrets, little sonic ghosts that riddle the record. It’s an electronic album in its texture and attitude but a lot of the sounds in this record are from the most intimate of places from my life. In ‘Do You Want What I Need’, I mic’d myself drumming on my wife’s tummy, brushing her skin; edit, cut up and reversed her laughs as we joked over the pure hilarity of it all. In the song ‘Jetlag’, the hand percussion that dances through the whole piece is me drumming on my bathtub both with water in it and empty. Pots and pans are used as drum hits and the glasses I drink from everyday clank together and are edited to fit these rhythms. Our dog Maya’s collar was used as she ran by during a vocal take. It became the definitive break into the B section in ‘This Time - Milosh
music to do work to
end scene: mighty morhpin power rangers
still not cool enough to get into boilerroom.