The sun is out there, reminiscent of some of F. Scott Fitzgerald‘s sharpest lines: “…radiant, growing, gathering light and storing it – then after an eternity pouring it forth in glance, the fragment of a sentence, to that part of him that cherished all beauty and all illusion.”

That being said, it’s time to radiate light on new, old, fresh, crispy, Fremdlike tunes…

Yesterday we uploaded the new guestmix by Fine Cut Bodies. Kevin of FCB is also part of Chi-Recordings and they are about to put out an ambient, filled-with-peaceful-melodies, feels-like-Christmans-on-the-moon-album called Mondoka by Eril Fjord – have a listen! A little bit more raw, but still calm, ambient, warm and also very exciting (because harmonically interesting) is the new EP ‘Wasser‘ by Jazzo & Melodiesinfonie from Switzerland, out on Soulection. Recommended! More coming from beyond the wild frontier: French duo Baron Retif & Concepcion Perez are preparing their new EP ‘Cascades’ (out on Musique Large) and serve their new video to the audience. We had a sneak-pre-listen of the full EP and we know you’re gonna dig this…

Finishing today’s Fremdcast; two releases coming out on June 4 2012: first there’s Jesse Futterman’s ‘Fuse the witches‘ EP on Jus Like Music. The soundcloud preview sounds promising, straight – no chaser, like a white rabbit on a fantastic voyage, jazzy and full of breaks – just the way we like music. Second: we, at Fremdtunes are about to release the definitive ‘Zauberschwein im krankenhaus‘ on June 4 (exclusively available at Juno on May 28). Three EP’s combined and put together in one album, re-mastered and ready to take the world by storm…

So, thank you for taking the time to read today’s Fremdcast and let’s celebrate the Geburtstag of Robert Moog with this!

And remember, stay Fremd!

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