Archive for Andy Webb

The Softer Side of Electric Melodies

Posted in Disco House, Electro, Experimental, House, New Wave with tags , , , , on August 21, 2009 by adam

fmattack

FM Attack were introduced to me last week and impressed me a lot.  With a very new wave/exploratory disco-house feel to them, the Vancouver natives recently released their debut album on itunes entitled, Dreamatic.  The album does not stray too far from what you’re getting below in Sleepless Nights.  An original melodic instrumental that is captivating throughout.  Worth the download and the album is definitely worth the purchase. Check it out.

FM Attack – Sleepless Nights

louislaroche

Louis La Roche caught my attention this week with a banger remix to Don Diablo‘s, I Am Not From France.  The track is Diablo’s newest preview, remixed of course, to his new single off the forthcoming album expected to release around October this year.  The remix is extraordinary.  Catchy and heavy synth breakdowns with sporadic transitions keep things fresh.  Look forward to the Diablo release later this year.

Don Diablo – I Am Not From France (Louis La Roche Remix)

downtownpartynetwork

Our friend Andy Webb over at discodelicious has been posting some great music recently.  One of the most notable tracks that grabbed my attention was the lengthy electro-instrumental produced by Downtown Party Network, which Webb himself, was hesitant to post.  Heart Break Dancing isn’t anything special but it offers a venture through slower melodic music that doesn’t break from it’s rhythm or spice things up.  Possibly being the only drawback, the track cashes in hard on it’s great production and catchy yet simple-sounding chords, ultimately creating a trance effect of soft electro-pop goodness.

Downtown Party Network – Heart Break Dancing

Hold On To That Heavy Orange Box

Posted in Dance, Disco, Disco House, Electro, Electronica, Experimental with tags , , , , , on May 27, 2009 by adam

orange box

Andy Webb, the Sydney man behind Disco Delicious and talented producer of Ottos Golden Journey, has sent us his latest mash-up remix.  Hold On To That Heavy Orange Box layers Holy Ghost!, Metro Area, In Flagranti, Barbara Norris, and The Rapture to create a stellar masterpiece.  Following what he started in ’08, watch for this track to blow up over the course of the year as more and more people stumble across it.  Great, great mix.  Thanks for sending this in A.W.

Andy Webb – Hold On To That Heavy Orange Box

Otto’s Golden Journey

Posted in Dance, Disco, Disco House, Electro, Electronica with tags , , , , on January 18, 2009 by adam

ottos

I like to give recognition when it’s due and erger hooked me on this track hard. Otto’s Golden Journey (Andy Webb’s Dreamy Blend) is a great melodic mix with soothing synth and catchy rhythms. It filled the silent moments driving throughout Ottawa tonight to get dinner with the guys. Nothing crazy- just Harv’s, but I’m not sure which tasted sweeter- the burger, or the song. As a result this song came back on my radar when I hit the house. With my heavy bias in mind, I would arguably say that this deserves to be in the ‘best of ’08’ class. Kudos to erger for introducing it, but props to Webb for creating it.

The Whitest Boy Alive & Fred Falke vs Mylo vs Cut Copy – Otto’s Golden Journey (Andy Webb’s Dreamy Blend)