Monday, 8 August 2011

Lone - Feral remix


Matt cutler aka Lone, started off his music career as one half of the shortlived Nottingham duo Kids in tracksuits. 


His second solo effort 'Lemurian' gained him widespread attention, heavily influenced by the LA beat scene, Boards of canada and artists like J Dilla and Madlib. Around the time of Lemurian he also began a side project/collab with friend Tom Keaver called Kona Triangle.





Since then he has developed a more dancefloor oriented style, switching out the contorted boom-bap beats for a straight 4/4 groove. Still maintaing his BOC influenced synths and lo-fi samples, his music has attracted attention from well respected labels such R&S as well as Alex Ridha's Boys Noize records.




His latest effort sees him taking on remixing duties of Radioheads 'Feral' alongside versions of 'Morning Mr magpie' & 'Separator' from heavyweights Pearson sound and Fourtet. 



So that concludes my brief history of Lone. It's definitely worth mentioning his Magic wire label, which is mostly an outlet for his own material but has just signed artist & collaborator Neon Jung (Keaver & Brause / Kona Triangle)

Bonus vid


42 comments:

  1. Catchy songs no doubt, I'll have to check more of this genre out. Thanks!

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  2. Im not going to lie to you, i havent heard all of the songs, but the first two were really good. I will try to listen the rest when i have a little more time. I really like this blog, it pleasantly surprises me every day.

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  3. the more i listen to the LA sounds, the more I am liking! thanks for sharing I am so unfamiliar in this area of music

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  4. I agree with GM. Definitely liked the first two. My boss was looking at me funny before I could play the rest. haha

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  5. Like listening to these, you have interesting picks!

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  6. Songs were good, but the second one wouldn't play for me!

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  7. Second one finally played! And its the best of them!

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  8. Nothing but curious pleasures, as from thence Following!

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  9. I don't usually like this type of music but these songs are pretty good. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. BTW...made you new blog of the day.

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  11. Thank you for stopping by today. I haven't heard them all yet but I like the first two.

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  12. i always like to hear new music

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  13. I'm really liking the 2nd song, cant wait to see more from you mate :D

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  14. Not really my style of music, but a good post never the less. Excellent blog.
    +Followed

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  15. Real good oldschool shit. I like it

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  16. pretty trippy, i should get high and listen to this

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  17. I like the second one best! Its very diverse, I enjoyed listening to them!

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  18. Nice! I like the first one, and the Radiohead track.

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  19. Great stuff, very interesting.

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  20. BOC is turning up everywhere this week...

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  21. always love your tunes man. so chill.

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  22. Awesome tracks once again. Good stuff.

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  23. these are quite good even though im not a fan of that kind of music

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  24. I'll take just some instrumentals please. ;)

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  25. liked so much the first one, I promise that when I arrive to home I listen the rest :]

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  26. The second one is pretty unique.

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  27. I love Radiohead. Keep em coming

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  28. Everything about this post was right! You have amazing music taste.

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  29. Really enjoyed the second one; more of this! :D

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