DA’s Sunday Morning Medicine: Volume 103
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.
1. This morning we’re kicking this off with a bit of love from Gothenburg, Sweden by way of Shakarchi & Stranéus and HNNY’s perfect edit of their track, “Hissmusik.”
2. Martin Roth is yet another German producer crafting incredible deep house and techno gems. “Mel” found its way on Anjunadeep in mid-2014 and is well-worth revisiting.
3. Howling is a new project by RY and Frank Wiedemann of Âme fame. Ahead of their debut album, Sacred Grounds, Radioslave & Thomas Gandey have remixed lead single “Signs” into an entrancing 11-minute techno piece.
4. Louis Vivet’s cover of Eagle-Eye Cherry’s “Save Tonight” has been reimagined by one of progressive house’s more genuine minds, Nigel Good.
5. Lastly, for something a bit more left-field, Max Cooper’s “Voyage Through The Analogue Womb” is as cerebrally pleasing as its title would suggest.