Saturday, November 17, 2018

Why Don't We Live Together


.....Baby why don't we live together.... I just been re-discovering Pet Shop Boys on vinyl and it has re-energized some great parts that I failed to hear on their other plethora of different format releases. Not to mentioned that Neil Tennant's book recent release of 100 Lyrics and a Poem has brought forth his amazing lyric writing and put these songs into a different orbit.  This synth pop crooner This one is a total ironic ode to Madonna's "Into The Groove and as matter of fact was actually written with her in mind.  So here "Why Don't We Live Together" gets the Disco Monk treatment with two versions a dramatic  and twisted string version and another more sync piano focused.  Enjoy!






Saturday, November 10, 2018

He Is


Here I'm doing my take on spiritual house with some new agey elements from Cluster and Brian Eno and Boy George flirtations with Krishna on top of Copyright's  "He Is". Enjoy

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Make You Happy

Musique mystique mystique....Making you happy with some minimal house to the max remixing Master's C&J's "Makes You Happy"

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Devotion On My Mind

Photo taken this past February at Poneloya beach in Nicaragua

"Devotion" as in I want to give you devotion. Here I'm serving you a couple of different versions of this gorgeous classic falsetto from Byron Stingily during his Ten City reign with one of my all time favorite house breaks taken from the flawless outro from Pet Shop Boys "Always on my Mind" from their house infused classic "Introspective" which by the way, I just happened to get he newly pressed vinyl release and  I must say it sounds incredible. Then I did some pretty decent string orchestration along with some synth riffs.  I was actually so impressed with them that I ended up doing another version totally stripped of beats adding some Indian tabla and making a totally ambient meditative version.  Enjoy!


On My Mind:

Saturday, November 3, 2018

Rent


I think at this point I will probably end up remixing the entire Pet Shop Boys catalogue considering how extensive it is probably not but they always uplift with their unique and smart pop sensibility. they always bring me home.  I was a total Pet Head last night so here are two gems. Their sublime "Rent" and their B side classic "It Must Be Obvious". Enjoy










Sunday, October 21, 2018

Read My Lips


Here is new one using a Danny Tenaglia release titled "Read My Lips" and mixed it with George Harrison's epic call to a higher power "My Sweet Lord" and some spoken word by yours truly. Enjoy!