I’ve been listening to a LOT of John Carpenter lately.
John Carpenter is a legendary director with an impressive resume of sci-fi and horror flicks from the 1970s through the 1990s.
Mike Birnbaum is D. Gookin, an independent NYC-based producer and deejay who has built up a steady discography over the past several years, creating funky and upbeat music which aims for positivity and good vibes, employing bouncy beats, calming melodies, and a joyous, carefree feel.
You know, there’s a part of me, a small, foolish and deluded part of me, which hopes that one day, hopefully in my lifetime, The Avalanches will reform and release a new album.
Mannnnnn, you can’t tell me nothing when it comes to Morcheeba.
The British group, comprised of producers Ross and Paul Godfrey and singer Skye Edwards originally formed as in the latter half of the ’90s as part of a then-new wave of artists embracing a new style of music dubbed by the press as “trip-hop:” a slow, seductive, and moody kind of music rooted in R&B, dub, and electronic dance, originated by groups Massive Attack and Portishead.