DA’s Sunday Morning Medicine: Volume 67
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.
This week’s Sunday Morning Medicine is an international exhibition of aural therapy. From France’s Joachim Pastor to Munich’s LCAW, we’ve got plenty of European artists to take your mind off last night’s mistakes. Rounding out the selection, American acts The Polish Ambassador and ODESZA keep things interesting with two well-crafted remixes.
France’s Joachim Pastor clearly has a penchant for long journeys as “Kenia” is the perfect melodic house soundtrack for a roving adventure.
The Polish Ambassador is a master of slower midtempo rhythms. His remix of Lynx’s “Picture” is about as dreamy as his work gets.
The enigmatic Four Tet is always a producer to keep an eye on. His collaboration with RocketNumberNine yielded plenty of interesting material, including the jazzy slow-roller “Roseland.”
Munich’s LCAW has no shortage of compelling indie dance remixes. His take on Sufjan Steven’s “Futile” is particularly engrossing.
ODESZA and Pretty Lights has proven to be a potent combination. The former’s take on Derek Vincent Smith’s “Lost and Found” off The Hidden Shades channels some serious Flume vibes in the best way possible.