Saturday, June 4, 2011

Do me to the music tonight again...

Tonight we will go a little dirty again and play that sexy music that will make you want to make out, and maybe even more, right on the dance floor. In the darkest corners of Slakthuset in Stockholm there will be things going on...Do Me The Music is back again...

To our help to get all of you into this vibe we've invited some dirty foreign acts and some sensitive Swedes, all on the turned on label Brilliantine. It's going to be their night tonight.

Once again we got fine Canadians in town and once again from the fine city of Toronto. We love our Canadians! Toronto is now the hottest city within blog electro and have taken over the number one position from Sydney and Paris. From here we get What Kind Of Breeze Do You Blow?. Even if they keep a low profile, they have been love bombed from everywhere due to their excellent remixes.

El Perro Del Mar - Change Of Heart (What Kind Of Breeze Do You Blow? Remix)

What Kind Of Breeze Do You Blow? - Unanswerable

Norwegian Pelifics is a well esteemed name within the nu disco genre with releases on labels such as American Girlfriend Records, Untz Untz from Bergen and also Brilliantine of course. Few people can do the perfect mix of the classic italo disco together with the modern electro as Pelifics does. Also be alert on his upcoming EP, which will hold some really exciting collaborations.

Pelifics - Forever

Pelifics - Guess What Paula, You're Sued

We've been writing a lot of the splendid Swedish duo Montauk and it's for that simple reason that they are awesome. With their dreamy disco pop sound they've conquered Sweden and other parts of the world. With their latest EP they moved further in the music exploration they do, one of the best releases this year!

Montauk - Eye-contact

Home Video - Every Love That Ever Was (Montauk's Vacation Mix)

And besides these horny acts the rest of the sexiest army will play as there were no tomorrow, we who will do this are Tracasseur of course and our other residents La Petite Putain and Happy Endings.

Come an do us to the music...