Thursday, April 15, 2010


It is with great pleasure we invite our readers to listen to the work of England's Brassica. A smooth journey of musical liberty that sounds like it was probably made deep into the night.

These are dark yet dreamy soundscapes, the Brassica sound is influenced by Disco, Progressive Rock, Musique Concrete, 80s Synth Music, Electronica, Improvisation and the aural side of Cinema.

Having a few independent releases under his belt, we made a thin selection of his work, to find more, go here:

Brassica - The Centre
Brassica - Ballo dei Morti
Eric XVI - Unionens Sista Dagar (Brassica Remix)

Monday, April 12, 2010

Mitch Murder

While we are working on a complete post/feature about the Rosso Corsa Collective, allow us to introduce you to the team's newest addition: Mitch Murder.

He's hailing from Sweden and has got an amazing cool sound, crispy clear, and fresh like you'd dive head first into one of Sweden's many refeshing lakes.

So far Mitch had 2 EP's out before signing to Rosso. Here's a mixtape featuring nothing but Mitch Murder tunes. So get ready to feel that lovely summer breeze, roll down your windows and cruise in style...

Mitch Murder HP SNEakSTEP Mini-Megamix (REDRUM) by HP SNEAKSTEP

Sunday, April 11, 2010


You know it?! You know... him? It's the Lazerhawk from the Rosso Corsa team. For your information, his debut album Redline is out now, and it's also Rosso Corsa's first fact as a release, totally stunning!

Smell the rubber burning, it's still fresh on the asphalt. Imagine Kavinsky when he was actually still alive - being a stud instead of zombie - that's how exciting Lazerhawk sounds.

But fuck comparisations, if anything, the horse power of nightcruising Ferraris is the closest that comes to mind when it comes to the Lazerhawk sound.

So what are you waiting for? Check out the Redline album on iTunes and other digital outlets, it's available right here.

Lazerhawk - The Fixx
Lazerhawk - Overdrive

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Worship's Cosmic Roller Girls

We're rolling high here, and this is thanks to the perfect disco soundtrack we got from one of Playmaker's favorites!

Yes! Worship presents Cosmic Roller Girls, an amazing synth-laden ride of track, that takes you skating right down the Milky Way and beyond... all the way into the retro-futuristic disco heaven!

Worship - Roller Disco Girls