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The Playlist: September

Autumn brings a slower, colder energy, perfect for slowdances.

By / Posted on 30 September 2011

Autumn is kicking into full swing, but that doesn’t mean new music is all dark and gloomy. September brings us one back-to-school-season party rapper, one cooing dancehall slowjam of a 90′s classic, one driving wall of force and sensuality from Gotham City, and a steady electronic jam that slowly builds its heat from a robotic icy chill:

The Juan MacLean — Everybody Get Close

Everybody Get CloseNew releases from The Juan MacLean are always worth looking forward to. For a while, MacLean was the second most recognizable electronic act coming out of DFA Records, rivaled only by his former sound engineer James Murphy and his band LCD Soundsystem. 2005′s Less Than Human was a rousing celebration of the northeast dance scene and 2009′s The Future Will Come was a forward-thinking new wave throwback that came across like a jam session at a middle-aged theme party rave. “Everybody Get Close,” a previously unreleased track from the similarly titled upcoming rarities compilation, is somber, slow, and dark for what is still a dance track. Always a sucker for the classics, this track would tuck MacLean in comfortably next to Kraftwerk’s 1977 single “Trans-Europe Express,” a place we’re sure he’d be delighted to spend some time.

RAC — 1979 (ft. Liz Anjos) (Smashing Pumpkins cover)

RAC 1979Every artist has a few points in their personal history they look back on as definitive of the path they would eventually take. Indie rock remixer extraordinaire André Anjos shared earlier this week the story of a friend giving him a burned cd with an mp3 of The Smashing Pumpkins his single “1979.” Never before had André seen or heard an mp3. This, apparently, is the moment young Anjos realized digital distribution had a future in the music industry, and without digital distribution we wouldn’t have the widespread social networking, file sharing, and long-distance music collaboration the internet flourishes with today. And without those things, there would be no RAC. As such, André decided to record a cover of the alternative rock anthem, with guest vocals from his sister. Dreamy and hushed with its squeaky clean synths, this cover retains the bedroom qualities of the original but changes the style entirely. A perfect modernization.

Dominique Young Unique — Gangster Whips

Stupid Pretty19-year-old Tampa rapper Dominique Young Unique is the up-and-coming star of rap. The only one. Nobody else is generating the same kind of enthusiastic fervor or has a reputation for turning every single gig into an everybody-is-having-the-most-fantastic-time-dancing-and-laughing-and-generally-being-great party. She just released her third mixtape, Stupid Pretty, and it’s all party all the time. There’s still the overall vibe that this is just a mixtape and not a proper LP, but lead single “Gangster Whips” is the closest DYU has come to number-one-summer-jam territory. If this standalone track makes the proper rounds, we would not be too surprised to see the young rap maiden get some guest spots on Jay-Z, Li’l Jon and Kanye’s next efforts. Better yet, where’s Santigold when you need her? These two confident women need to work together like Dolce and Gabbana.

The Raveonettes — Oh, Stranger

Batman Arkham City The AlbumWhen it was announced that Warner Bros would be producing an album of original songs penned for the sure-to-be-ridiculously-popular videogame Batman: Arkham City (follow-up to the oh-my-goodness-that-was-a-great-game-everyone-else-should-learn-from-this-experience Batman: Arkham Asylum), expectations were predictably unenthusiastic. When the tracklist was revealed, including Coheed and Cambria, Panic! at the Disco and Daughtry, expectations were predictably disappointed. The shining beacon of light in the middle was a new track from Swedish electro-grunge-pop duo (and natural born cuties) The Raveonettes (bonus beacon for an extra track by A Place to Bury Strangers). The song, “Oh, Stranger,” is exactly what a rock song for a videogame Batman should be. It’s not the chiptune dance of early Capcom games, the exaggerated operatics of modern action games, or even the chart-topping power-pop of Batman films a la Seal’s “Kiss From A Rose” or U2′s “Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me” (Batman Forever really was the height of 90′s entertainment in so many ways). “Oh, Stranger” is brooding, but aggressive and hard-edged, making threats it knows it could back up if and when punches were to be thrown. The entire game could be set to the instrumentals of this track and it would already be the best game soundtrack of the year. Too bad about the rest of that album…

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Derrick Sanskrit has produced critically-acclaimed work as an artist and writer for Nerve, Babble, Pitchfork, The Onion and the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, among others. He founded The Pop Aesthetic during the coldest months of his life in 2010.