Day For Night – Catalogue of Works 001-100
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Salvador Dalek’s “Seaside Weekend” (Day 085) is where downtempo beats meet beachside bingo.
Mixed by Eric Scott, this set melds progressive house and dancefloor-oriented grooves from the Day For Night artist roster, also featuring Rhythm Factory, … and even Bluebottles… resulting in a blend of hauntological pastiche.
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“Bluebottles” (Day 087) merges faux-nostalgia, breakfast-jazz and anemic (I think he means ‘anthemic’ – Ed.) 1930’s dance-band jingleism, to create a parody of a much maligned genre. Musical director Eric Scott proclaims “Jazz is part of much that is Day For Night… but that’s a relative statement.
“Improvisation is at the root of almost all of my own composition. I’m by no means a formalist. There are moments when I put on someone else’s definition of jazz, and frankly, that can be absolute murder to sit through. So somewhere toeing that line, there lives a peculiar but friendly hybrid of big-band, comedy-fusion and acid-breakfast jazz. That’s what Bluebottles is about; getting out a miniature Union Jack, putting on a carnation, doing that WW1-period crossword and spreading your legs to some light buffoonery over your eggs benedict and clotted cream. You won’t be disappointed.”
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“Beat The Time” (Day 055) is the culmination mash-up of various live performances and by ambient and progressive cinematica artists Salvador Dalek. unleashing the label’s back catalogue to storming set of progressive house, trance, and drum’n’bass remixes.
Mixed by Eric Scott, this set melds progressive house and dancefloor-oriented grooves (even drum ‘n’ bass beats) from the Day For Night artist roster, also featuring Mr. No-Logo, Found, Rhythm Factory, Künstfabriken and Peter Moraites… and even Bluebottles… resulting in a blend of melodic sampladelia.