The Gaslamp Killer killing it in the Boiler Room (silly pun) with the most eclectic of musical styles. Love it!
I still have some old Gilles Petersons “WorldWide” and Laurent Garniers “It is what it is” shows on my computer and once in a while I still “discover” gems in them. Just now, while on the train, I was listening to “It is what it is” Saison Quatre, emmission 2 and heard “El Recorrido” from Acid Mondays. The tracks starts out with just a (very) fat groove, but gets really interesting as from 2:37.
Ain’t it funky now?
The studio version of Sylvan Esso‘s “Coffee” had been in my YouTube favorites playlist for a couple of months already, but it’s the first song in this NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert and it’s just as great! Warning: slightly quirky dancing ahead. :-)
Bela Lugosi’s Dead is one of the most famous Bauhaus-tracks and is (according to Wikipedia) often considered as the first gothic rock record to have been released. But here you can see and hear a live version by TV on the Radio, Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails) and Bauhaus’ Peter Murphy himself. Great stuff!