DA’s Sunday Morning Medicine: Volume 65
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.
From indie electronic marvel RÜFÜS to sound design wizards Haywyre and Madeaux, this week’s edition of Sunday Morning Medicine features some of the most promising producers of 2014. Rounding out the selection is an engrossing Jaymes Young remix from Diamond Saints and some pleasant house vibes from Embody.
Sydney’s RÜFÜS turned countless heads with their debut album Atlas. Reworking their first song as a band, RÜFÜS have released a cosmically soothing rendition of “We Left.”
Blending beautiful musicianship with astounding sound design, Haywyre’s production skills are on another level. Check out his genre-bending bass track “Dichotomy” for evidence of his sublime craftsmanship.
Madeaux is currently gearing up for the release of his debut album, Love the Machine. “Glittering” is a bit of future bass with a fantastic cinematic overtone.
Diamond Saints are on a production tear. Releasing a new track nearly every week, the Bay Area duo are making moves. Their take on Jaymes Young’s “Moon Dust” remains one of their most compelling remixes to date.
Who doesn’t love melodic deep house? Credit goes to Mr. Suicide Sheep for unearthing Embody’s remix of “Curtains.”