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this is a blog dedicated to posting anything and everything having to do with music i love: videos, my own pod casts, lyrics, my own reviews and sometimes my very own mixes. I also repost music posts I've written for Amselcom.

11. August 2013

i created a blog dedicated to posting anything and everything having to do with music i love: videos, my own pod casts, lyrics, my own reviews and sometimes my very own mixes. if you have something to share that you think i’d like please feel free to share :).

checkout my soundcloud here: @soundcloud.com/eliradio

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Throwback Thursdays
This Thursday let’s wind back time and listen to some golden oldies! Participate in ‘Throwback Thursdays’ by Reblogging this post with your favourite old school gems posted below. Here’s ours:
 
1. August 2013

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Gebild - Ntropi
Written by Elizabeth Tinajero
Artwork by Eric Frey
28. July 2013



Written by: Elizabeth Tinajero (eliradio)
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Nina Simone – Baltimore (Disco Tech edit)
Disco Tech Edits, Sweden based producer/DJ (Nick) who describes his work as soul-funk disco.He gives our lovely Nina Simone a heart warming rasta hug in Oh Baltimore – Listen and love it. DTE kept the original elegance of the track that made us all fall in love with it in the first place. DTE gives it the extra kick fading you into the intro and magnifies the strings and the groooovy basslines that will have your head bopping and your heart thumpin’ while Nina Simone sings to us with all of her heart & soul. The original was released in 1978 (or ’77) …DTE’s edit was soft with *just* enough to make us want to go to the record store and stock up on Nina Simone vinyls. There’s more where this track came from, check out DTE‘s Soundcloud and find more of his collection of edits from The Equals, Anita Ward, Pink Floyd and many more (Disco party!). What’s your favorite Nina Simone song?

Artwork by Quietpoem
Posted by Elizabeth Tinajero
Oh Baltimore – Nina SimoneBeat-up little seagullOn a marble stairTryin’ to find the oceanLookin’ everywhereHard times in the cityIn a hard town by the seaAin’t nowhere to run toThere ain’t nothin’ here for free
Hooker on the cornerWaitin’ for a trainDrunk lyin’ on the sidewalkSleepin’ in the rain
And they hide their facesAnd they hide their eyes‘Cause the city’s dyin’And they don’t know why
Oh, BaltimoreMan, it’s hard just to liveOh, BaltimoreMan, it’s hard just to live, just to live
Get my sister SandyAnd my little brother RayBuy a big old wagonGonna haul us all away
Livin’ in the countryWhere the mountain’s highNever comin’ back here‘Til the day I die
Oh, BaltimoreMan, it’s hard just to liveOh, BaltimoreMan, it’s hard just to live, just to live
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It has been announced that the second release from collaborative act Funkinevil will be available on wax next month. The dynamic duo of young Detroit talent Kyle Hall and UK analog master Funkineven present their Ignorant/In the Grind EP coming out on Wild Oats. It is a four track release, but it’s what comes sandwiched between the Intro and Outro that is most sought-after.
The first track Ignorant is an unidentifiable object from the underworld that has rocked sets from both of these artists over the last year. The next track In The Grid provides an uplifting contrast to the dark and destructive Ignorant. It brings with it a combination of warm whirling synths and distorted percussion.
This EP represents the presence of a promising partnership between two innovative musical minds. It’s our tip of the week, so make sure you remember to grab a copy while its available.

Posting by Chris Schwartz 
Artwork by @palomaparrot

Disco Tech Edits gives our lovely Nina Simone a heart warming rasta hug. Listen and love it.

 

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Replaced With Robots infuse electronica and rock-pop to create an 80’s-esque listening experience. RWR is a one-man show starring Kevin Burnstein as songwriter, beat-maker, engineer and producer. After listening to “Louder” from his EP I was channeling one of my favorite bands of all time - Depeche Mode. This came through the combination of deep vocals with a bouncy pop-dance synth that gradually turns darker and more moody as the track progresses. You will be pleasantly surprised by the rest of the EP as Burnstein attempts to bring back the 80’s (which, for me, never really left). Have a listen and be prepared to be Replaced with Robots.
  
Posted by Elizabeth Tinajero
Artwork by Jordi Alcaraz