Tag Archives: electronic beats

April 15

YonderLane: Mixtape #1

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March 16

#Spotlight: Frankie Goes Deep

We all have our favorite songs from former times. Some became evergreens some rather embarrassing memories which one’s not too fancy to get the word out. Two guys who do not play for keeps are called Frankie Goes Deep. A duo from Croatia, a bass player and a DJ, remixing pretty much everything from psychedelic […]

January 28

Downtown Party Network – Spaced Out!

How was your summer 2013? Did you shazam some lively tunes on the dance floor?  I certainly did and shame on me for neglecting this one act called “Downtown Party Network”. “Space me out” – obviously one of the electronic-tracks of the past year. Almost February 2014 and I have been listening to this song […]

January 05

Andhim – electro… SUPER HOUSE!

    Who said white people can’t dance? Frankly, Simon Haehnel and Tobias Müller alias Andhim, did not become famous because of their sense of rhythm but rather of their exceptional dance music – sorry I meant SUPER HOUSE. Never heard of this genre? You’re one scroll and two clicks away from enlightening yourself. Beside […]

September 29

Du Tonc – a Nu-Disco delicacy!

It really does feel weird starting this post by saying: And AGAIN this next act is coming from the Land Down Under. If right now Australia was to sell all their musical talents their GDP would go sky-high. However, this statement does only partially apply for Du Tonc. Does the guy on the picture look […]

August 15

Bonobo – True Master of Downtempo

This post is dedicated to man, who should have deserved to be on this blog way earlier than many other performers on the Lane. The roots of the multi-talent Simon Green, aka. Bonobo, go way back to the year 1999 when his debut album “Animal Magic” hit the market – a pioneer of the downtempo […]

April 02

the Other Tribe – I dare you not to dance!

…welcome back at the lane after a break I actually feared it could have signified the end. However, I felt the urge to return for a band I initially had problems to even categorize. Five young guns from Bristol, all colored up, wearing feathers and silly hats. Now I’m not talking about Culture Club, Empire […]