How about some Russian music
Эфир для танцующих Pand - http://www.last.fm/music/%D0%AD%D1%8...%B8%D1%85+Pand
Cheese People - http://www.last.fm/music/Cheese%2520People?ac=cheese
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Archive - Controlling Crowds I-III
After starting out as part of the trip-hop movement in 96 (similar to Massive Attack) they evolved and went in many directions, but with limited success in the UK stopped releasing here, focusing more on the French and Eastern European regions where they had more success. Following many line-up changes and now being a collective, their 6th album Controlling Crowds is a real tour-de-force, the opening track Bullets being one of those tracks that I think of as being perfect.. turn it up, no such thing as loud enough, although the YouTube recording is naff
Archive - Bullets
One Eskimo - Balloons (Or One Eskimo for US version)
UK Group which departed very quickly on the back of instant success in the US after getting used on numerous TV shows, simple melodies and instrumentation, love every song.
One Eskimo - Hometime
BT - This Binary Universe (DTS 5.1 version if you have the ability)
Something else entirely - nothing like BT had done before (or since for that matter), keyboard magazine called it the 1st great ambient symphony of the 21st Century.
BT - The Antikythera Mechanism
Kim Boekbinder - Impossible Girl
Originally one half of Vermillion Lies, Kim is a New York singer/songwriter who writes sometimes crazy, sometimes deep, but always good songs. The Kickstarter Mistress she pre-sold her album to raise the money to record and press it, and now pre-sells her gigs allowing her to book a venue for the number of people that are coming.
Kim Boekbinder - Stalker
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Couple of new suggestions:
Redlight - Get out of my head - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79zNMW4pzbE
Heard it a few times on Radio 1 before I found out what it is - good song and a few remixes now starting to surface on the web too
On my own - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsNBQJEofQM
Light up the world - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USzW_yf9HNY
Must admit, not quite what I'd normally listen to, but enjoyable none the less.
Pan Sonic - Hades.
I warn you now, it's a speaker killer. Listen to it VERY carefully on any system/ anything you remotely care about!
Melissa Crispo : A break in the clouds.
My mate Auran bought it back from the states for me. Semi Country, feel, but not.... not sure how to place her. Top vocals, great opening track too.
get it.. buy it.
Noah Gunderson - Family
Fantastic laid back acoustic stuff.
You can preview most of the album here - http://noahgundersen.bandcamp.com/track/david
Floating points - vacuum boogie
Title sums it up really - spacey but soo danceable
Niki and the Dove - DJ Ease my Mind
Here's something a bit off the wall, my old friend Jake Thackray with the best opening line to any song ever !
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