New Diskodiktator remix

Back in 2006 this track, “Life in Knots”, was the debut single from Swedish electro pop sensation Quelles Paroles. The original vocal tracks resurfaced in the Diskodiktator studio not long ago and since this homepage demanded an update what better way than to combine the two?

A brand new remix was done and it clearly shows that first class second hand material never goes out of style. Have a listen and perhaps there is even a new “Diskodiktator vs. The World” compilation coming in the near future? Only time will tell…

Living in the best of worlds

It’s interesting to see the lack of activity on this homepage – are we really doing that little? The answer is, as usual, yes and no. Except for a couple of brilliant singles from Flux Fin and Quelles Paroles the rate of releases has come to a stand still. Never the less, work progresses with new material from Diskodiktator and we are also looking forward to the new material by Topgun which is bound to be released to the public soon. The Electric Fantastic Sound homepage recently got a much needed work-over with a new eye friendly look and some of the scripts running in the background have been bug fixed. With that said we are looking forward to the next few months – a time when we will hopefully see a couple of new releases. Until then, please hold on!

New single from Quelles Paroles

It doesn’t happen every so often but finally Quelles Paroles returns with a new sign of life; the brand new single “Black Suit”. The single contains the title track plus a very extended remix by Diskodiktator. Here’s a link to the single on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/1GB06Ddk8Dnxptxqup7I6H

Don’t take our word for it…

Diskodiktator continue their epic journey into the abyss of classic Swedish 1990’s albums and this time it happened to become a tribute to the 1995 S.P.O.C.K album “Alien Worlds”. Naturally we think it’s great but we are not alone. The music blog Cold War Night Life has this to say: What made the original S.P.O.C.K songs so enduring was composer Eddie Bengtsson’s instinctive feel for pop structures, which were OMD-class, even if the subjects were lifted from cult sci-fi. Slowed down and put into another mode, they can start to sound less iconic than ironic, but there are clever moments here: Billing is a talented programmer and performer, and on tracks like “Astro Girl” he provides a setting that is closer to R&B than classic poptronica. http://www.coldwarnightlife.com/reviews/diskodiktator-revisits-alien-worlds/