Unwind on a Monday night with this lovely offering from Death in Vegas ‘scissors’. Dreamy tinkly synths alongside mellow vocals make us feel like we’re floating amongst the stars on a sexy euphoric high. The track is taken from the 2011 album ‘trans-love energies’ which we have been enjoying when we’re in the mood for an unusual little adventure into space and beyond.
We’ve also been listening to Rustie’s super-fun LP ‘Glass Swords’ on repeat. The synthy video game-esque tracks have got us writhing around Techno Kitten HQ like crazed cats on catnip. The album is packed with dance floor highs including ‘Surph’ (below) , luring you in with its trance-like build up, before breaking into sexy vocals and bassy beats. You know you wanna ride out?!
Here’s something to make you smile on a Sunday night – a trio of kittens turning their paws to the mixing decks. What a bunch of babes.
This week the techno kittens read a beautifully written article in The Quietus about misogyny in dance music- fascinating debate, well worth a read – click here!
When the techno kittens first heard that Cassius were releasing an EP of ‘Sound of Violence’ remixes we were sceptical. What more could possibly be added to our favourite track by our second favourite French duo? Well quite a lot it would seem. As well as an interesting reinterpretation by Luciano, and Villalobos’s favoured Franco Cinelli mix, we have the stand-out winner from Belgian nu disco master Aeroplane. Over the top epic, you can’t fail to smile when the glitchy electro game-boy gives way to an electric steel-drum. Steel-drums could never be wrong! Listen on full blast and if you close your eyes we can pretend its still summer.