DA’s Sunday Morning Medicine
This week’s SMM features some delightful downtempo courtesy of Pierce Fulton and Troumaca, as well as an absorbing original from Goldroom. Per usual, SMM highlights the deeper, minimal side of house with a track from French Express’s Jonas Rathsman. Rounding out this week’s dose is the recently released seven minute adventure from Flight Facilities.
If you missed any of last week’s more remedial productions, make sure to check out Deadmau5’s remastering of “Arcadia,” Digitaria’s new Hot Creations release Shine EP, and the Miguel Campbell and Maceo Plex remixes of Butch’s “Highbeams.” For five tracks to make your morning a bit more imaginative, click past the break.
1. Though widely known for his standout progressive house productions, Pierce Fulton’s remix of Mutemath’s “In No Time” is a marvelous downtempo production worthy of multiple playbacks.
2. Listening to Goldroom’s “Fifteen” is like diving into an endless ocean of sedative synths and soporific vocals. Get lost in its slow tempo and dreamlike resonance.
3. Troumaca’s “Lady Colour” boasts a broken beat and a tropical downtempo flair.
4. French Express star Jonas Rathsman is an SMM favorite. W4W is a classy house production well-worthy of the burgeoning house/deep house label.
5. Though we featured Flight Facilities in last week’s edition of SMM, we can’t help but feature the duo again. Their newest remix to Paul Simon’s “You Can Call Me Al” is a seven minute jamboree of drums and festive synths.