Have You Heard? – (62) Two electronic gems, by Redlight and Beat Spacek

Two great electronic tracks I’ve heard recently on the ever-brilliant BBC Radio 6 Music.

Redlight I know nothing about. Just heard “Gold Teeth” on Tom Ravenscroft last Friday and thought, I must have this. Robotic electro describes it.

Beat Spacek, “Modern Streets”,  I first heard on the 6 Music playlister, where the DJs all put a few current favourites on a playlist on Spotify. The music is a tremendous summary of what’s going on these days, outside the mainstream pop world. The Beat Spacek sound reminds me a bit of the music of The Acid, whose “Liminal” album I loved last year. I downloaded the album, “Modern Streets” and really like the variety, as well as that throbbing, distorted bass, which permeates the music.. You can make a link, too, with those artists like Burial, who make music that conjures up images of London at night, waiting for the night bus in the rain.

I hope these YouTube links work outside the UK. If they don’t, both tracks are really worth checking out by other means, if you like leftfield electronic beats.

About John S

I'm blogging about the things I love outside work: music, sport, culture, London, with some photos to illustrate aspects of our wonderful city. And anything else that I happen to think is worth writing about!
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4 Responses to Have You Heard? – (62) Two electronic gems, by Redlight and Beat Spacek

  1. Nice. BTW, have you heard The Glitch Mob or Pretty Lights? You might like those.

  2. Resa says:

    ‘m not the biggest beat fan but Beat Spacek sounded good. I liked Gold Teeth by Redlight better, and the video was amusing!!!

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