Dialogue Inc | Radio Show #14 | July/August

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Dialogue Incorporated July/August Newsletter
Dialogue Incorporated Radio #14

Compiled, mixed and hosted by Mister Joshua


Hiya folks! We’re seriously overdue for a catch up and even more overdue for a new dialogue mix. But never fear, if you’re reading this it means that both problems will be solved imminently. As is usually the case here at the offices, the days in June through August get inundated with parties, festivals, vacations and more hours spent in front of a growing pile of high lifes than in front of a computer.

As was the case last summer, we’ve seen our fair share of adventures over the past few months. We’ve helped launch two new parties:

All Systems Go!
A new monthly in the comfortably cavernous confines of Smart Bar. Partnering with the wonderfully forward thinking Chicago Workgroup, which includes local indie dance and nudisco selectors Scotty Brandon, Onefifytone, SR-71, Ross Kelly and Dialogue Inc’s Mister Joshua, we’ve built momentum across our first three parties and are gearing up for a special edition next month with Rio de Janeiro’s the Twelves. Also just announced for the imminent future is a guest spot from Kid Color in October and for our November edition we’re the official after-party for Simian Mobile Disco, post its performance in the Metro alongside the Phenomenal Hand Clap Band. Whoot!

Café Come Leite
We also helped kicked off a new party at the ultra swank Sushisamba Rio here in Chicago. Conceived of by savvy world traveling jock and global Sushisamba musical curator Jonathon Chaoul, Café Come Leite is an all-encompassing sensory experience. Wine and dine in the main dining room while DJ Madrid Perry and a rotating cast of local percussionists and Carnaval dancers keep you entertained. Then head upstairs to the Sugar Cane Lounge where our very own Mister Joshua and DJ Sadie Woods will be keeping the soundtrack breezy and Balearic while sipping the finest mojitos in town.

Beyond these new parties, we’ve also had the pleasure of deejaying alongside LCD Soundsystem’s Pat Mahoney – a real treat! We also did some serious basking in the sun at this years edition of Pitchfork here in the Windy City and, more significantly, at the Big Chill to the north of London. Amazing times. Read all about it here: Big Chillin’ and then listen to a perfect musical highlight reel from our good friend Nadav of Polar Pair and Botanika music fame: listen here.

But more importantly as you read our latest newsletter, we’ve spent the summer compiling more music than we could fit into this latest show and have conducted some serious interviews with a lot of those featured. So check the latest tracklisting and follow our hyperlinks to view additional content on some of our featured artists. With that…

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While we’ll probably still be playing shimmery Balearic goodness in the dead of winter, it is, of course, only proper to be featuring it during the beautifully temperate August days we’re having. Before the beat even drops on Bogdan Irkuk’s remix of Al Usher, we knew it had to be the lead track for our last show of summer.

We’ve come down with a serious Horse Meat Disco bug—could be worse—so we featured some leftfield boogie from Fleetwood Mac, Indeep and then, direct from HMD’s latest mix for Strut Records we’ve included Gino Soccio’s “It’s Alright”.

Speaking of boogie, our good friends from the Shoes Crew—remember that wicked Bohannon edit? Yeah. We’re still playing that—have launched a new label called Plimsoul and “Guardian Angel” from the Automats will be there debut release. Another stunner. Take note. Other bits of amazingness to take note of: Hailing from A Mountain of One, Leo Zero’s remix of Florence and the Machine has caused us to go weak in the knees and will be reappearing in our end of the year round-up. Radioclit side project, the Very Best, has been a significant part of our soundtrack for the last few months. From the quirky tongue-in-cheek afro-pop vibes of its mix tape last year to its latest album, it’s an out-and-out winner.

Rounding out the first hour, we’re also incredibly enamored with the Roots’ new single as well as the latest from stunning L.A. duo Classixx, who we had the pleasure of meeting and hearing DJ last month. Also stay tuned for more from Lusine. Its album drops next week on Ghostly International and we’re already cooking up a glowing review.

Moving into the second hour we’ve got a few of the featured songs from our summer music preview for Time Out Chicago, namely Trentemoller’s remix of Visti and Mayland. Oh man. Delicious and then later, Jamie Jones' "Summertime". Following is Peter Kruder’s latest, a refreshing return to form that is simultaneously new and wonderfully Peace Orchestra-esque. Pushing on we up the tempo and have some straight up housey house fun with tracks from Robah Wruhme and Bassment Jaxx.

Some great indie dance tunes have jammed our radars these last few months as well. Fred Falke does a beautiful dance rework for Grizzley Bear and Hatchamatik gives Animal Collective a turn for the clubs. Then there’s Simian Mobile Disco’s new single. Yeah, there’s that. “Audacity of Huge” will easily be in our top five for the year. It’s too good on all levels. Hilarious lyrics, eardrum shattering production precision, just listen – it’s a game changer.

We’re also happy to include more from Miike Snow, who’s become a prominent fixture in the headphones. We can’t get enough! We had a few good laughs in our recent Thunderheist interview and are happy to include this juke your booty remix here. Then, rounding out this last hour, we’ve got the best dubstep tune since Skream’s La Roux remix, namely Mark Pritchard’s “Wind It Up” which is followed by a jaw dropping Herve remix of our new favorite band: the Temper Trap. Reviews to come, keep it locked!


1st Hour
Al Usher “Lullaby for Robert” Bogdan Irkuk remix – Internasjonal
Fleetwood Mac “Keep On Going” Cosmo VItelli remix – CD-R
Indeep “Record Keeps Spinning” – Sound of New York
The Very Best “Warm Heart of Africa” – Green Owl
The Brothers Johnson “You Make Me Wanna Jiggle” (Mike B edit) – CD-R
Automats “Guardian Angel” – Plimsouls
Florence & the Machine “Rabbit Heart” (Leo Zero remix) – CD-R
The Beach Boys “God Only Knows” (Aeroplane remix) – CD-R
The Revenge & Craig Smith “The Soul Pt II” – Delusions of Grandeur
Gino Soccio “It’s Alright” – Atlantic
Toby Tobias “In Your Eyes” (Tensnake remix) – Rekids
DJ Kaos “Love the Nite Away” (Tiedye mix) – DFA
Lusine “Two Dots” – Ghostly International
The Roots “How I Got Over” - Def Jam
Classixx “I’ll Get You” – Kitsune
Precious System “The Voice from Planet Love” – Running Back
Nelson “Slow Falling” (Still Going remix) – Ctrl-Alt-Del
2nd Hour
Visti & Mayland “Yes Maam (All Nite Long)” Trentemoller remix – Eskimo
Peter Kruder “After the Dawn” – Compost Black Label
Robag Wruhme “Hodgkin Mopp” – Vakant
Jamie Jones “Summertime” – Crosstown Rebels
Basement Jaxx “Raindrops” – XL
Grizzly Bear “Two Weeks” Fred Falke remix – Warp
Animal Collective “My Girls” Hatchmatik remix – CD-R
Simian Mobile Disco “Audacity of Huge” – Wichita
Moderat “Rusty Nails” – Bpitch Control
Miike Snow “Animal” (Peter, Bjorn and John remix) – Downtown
Thunderheist “Jerk It” (Nacho Lovers remix) – CD-R
Mark Pritchard & Ommas Keith “Wind It Up” – Hyperdub
The Temper Trap “Science of Fear” (Herve remix) – CD-R
Phoenix “1901” – V2



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