DA’s Sunday Morning Medicine: Volume 61
Sunday Morning Medicine is a feature from Dancing Astronaut dedicated to the mellower side of electronic music. We bring you our favorite therapeutic selections — old and new — in an attempt to alleviate the agonizing effects of a long weekend of partying.
Covering deep house, funk, nu disco and techno, this week’s Sunday Morning Medicine features some of our favorite artists including Monitor 66, Oliver Nelson, Blood Orange, Cerrone and Solumun. Dive into dance music’s most popular sub-genres with our sultry selections.
Swedish duo Monitor 66 bring their “sunset inspired music with funky basslines” to Kraak & Smaak’s “How We Gonna Stop The Time” complete with catchy deep waves and Stee Downes’ captivating vocals.
Oliver Nelson showcases his scandi-pop charm in “Younger” remix which will have you floating high on bouncy nu disco rhythms accompanied with Norway’s Julie Bergan’s voice.
New York’s Blood Orange infuses sounds of saxophone and clarinet into deeply emotional “Uncle Ace” off new album Cupid Deluxe that is bound to ignite your senses.
61-year old French disco legend Cerrone turns up the funk in Haim’s “If I could Change Your Mind” by adding subtle guitar rifts atop sexy basslines and sly horns.
The King of Ibiza house Solomun released new single “Medea” that is truly the epitome of dirty, deep house mixed with a tinge of techno, rolling claps and a slightly skewed melody