Herbie Hankock – Watermelon Man

One of my favorite jazz tunes. It is the archetype of song for which i I love Blue Note. Listening to old jazz music is definitely the most stylish way to get drunk but here the reggae version of Dave Brubecks “Take Five”.

Herbie Hancock – Watermelon Man (1962)
VAL BENNETT – The Russians Are Coming [1968]

Kool & Gang – Summer Madness

And it´s again about drinking and smoking. Having a nice evening on a roof terrace.
There is nothing that works better for that than this music.

Summer Madness (Live) – Kool & The Gang

Helmet – Sam Hell

There is not much 90s Rock that I still find listenable. An exception is the album Betty from Helmet.
I listen to it once every 2 or 3 years…

Helmet – Sam Hell

The Knack – My Sharona

Just a footnote in Popmusic but one of the greatest “fun-rock” songs ever.

The Knack – My Sharona live

The Mole – Lockdown Party (Dj Sprinkles Crossfaderama)

This song makes me crazy every time i hear it. I could listen to this loop forever.
Perlon!

The Mole – Lockdown Party (Dj Sprinkles Crossfaderama)

Money Mark – Summer Blue

I love Money Mark since their first releases. It´s best to play directly behind Summer Madness.

Money Mark – Summer Blue – 3/4/2007 – Bimbo's 365

Neil Young – Dead Man Theme

Dead Man by Jim Jarmush is one of my most beloved movies ever. This also due to the
soundtrack of Neil Young, of course.

Neil Young Dead Man Theme (long version)

Eddie Vedder – Rise

Again a movie. Not so great, but the songs Eddie Vedder made for “Into the Wild” are killer.

Rise (Live) – Eddie Vedder – Water on the Road

Ohio Players – Love Rollercoaster

The first time i heard this song i couldn´t believe it. So funny, so stupid. And very groovy in my ears.

Ohio Players "Love Rollercoaster"

Squarepusher – Big Loada

This was before drum&bass was getting boring. Not really listenable anymore, but still very interessting.
The “early” Squarepusher is an important reason why i decided making music myself.

Squarepusher – Big Loada reupload

Christian Burkhardt & Daniel Roth Wrong Bed (Yet Records)

Christian Burkhardt & Daniel Roth continue their fruitful collaboration with a pair of fresh new cuts on YET, whilst a remix from Mathias Kaden helps make this, the label’s 10th release, a brilliant one This pair have worked together many times before on labels like Do Not Sleep, Leftroom and Cachai. They always cook up fresh new minimal house sounds that are expertly produced and mix dancefloor clout with plenty of cinematic sound design. Opener ‘Wrong Bed’ is a high-pressure minimal tech cut with underlapping drums that lift you off your feet. Burrowing pads and a funky, knotted, old school bassline all emphasise the groove and make this pure dancing material of the highest order. Remixing is Vakant man and long-time underground mainstay Mathias Kaden, who skillfully flips it into something slippery and subtle, dynamic and driving. This is mind melting minimal for the late-night hours and brims with deft little details. The other original is ‘KehrHaus’, a track that scurries along on restless, pared back drums with freaky vocals and edgy pads all underlined by a warped, wonky bassline. For the cosy clubs and heady crowds, it’s another standout cut that the likes of Villalobos are sure to hammer. These are three hugely effective, but importantly also characterful cuts, and round out a first ten releases on YET in style.
Out Now… Christian Burkhardt & Daniel Roth Wrong Bed – YET010