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artist: Diskjokke
title: Staying In
label: Smalltown Supersound
genre: Electronic / Techno / House
release: 11/01/2008
quality: VBRkbps / 44100kHz / Joint Stereo
size: ~ 85mb (rar)
type: unmixed, by track's
uploaded: ifolder.ru / rapidshare.com


1. Folk I Farta (6:47)
2. Staying In (3:54)
3. Storre Enn Forst Antatt (5:26)
4. I Was To Go To Marrocco And I Don't See You (5:34)
5. Interpolation (5:55)
6. Cold Out (5:38)
7. Flott Flyt (6:41)
8. Glatt (5:20)
9. The Dinner That Never Happened (6:02)
10. Some Signs Are Good (4:45)


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Thanks a lot, goloubovski!
Greets from Spain.

2 недели назад перерыл весь интернет в поисках.
и тут такой подарок!
Спасибо! Понравилось.
спасибо отли4ный релиз
побольше бы такой музыки

Практически в восторге! thumb.gif
отличный альбом thumb.gif
с первых минут захватил и унес. кора мозга вскрыта.
diskJokke - Staying In

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Label: Smalltown Supersound
Catalog#: STS145CD
Format: flac / 416 mb
Country: Norway
Released: 26 Nov 2007
Genre: Electronic
Style: House, Disco
Link: Download


1 Folk I Farta (6:47)
2 Staying In (3:54)
3 Storre Enn Forst Antatt (5:26)
4 I Was To Go To Marrocco And I Don't See You (5:34)
5 Interpolation (5:55)
6 Cold Out (5:38)
7 Flott Flyt (6:41)
8 Glatt (5:20)
9 The Dinner That Never Happened (6:02)
10 Some Signs Are Good (4:45)


.ARTIST : Diskjokke
.ALBUM : Asa Nisi Masa
.GENRE : House
.QUALITY : Lame 3.98 (Beta) / 320kbps / 44,1Hz
.STORE DATE : xxx-xx-2009
.RELEASE DATE : 18/05/2009
.RUNTIME : 18:21 min
.SIZE : 42,0 MB
.SOURCE : WEBSTORE ( http://www.boomkat.com )

|01 Asa Nisi Masa 08:26
|02 Cearadactylus 09:55


Давненько что-то от него ничего слышно не было... rolleyes.gif

Artist: diskJokke
Title: Rosenrod
Label: Moshi Moshi
Genre: Electronic
Bitrate: 165kbit av.
Time: 00:12:28
Size: 15.61 mb
Rip Date: 2009-06-12
Str Date: 2009-06-22

01. Rosenrod 7:16
02. The Bund 5:12

Release Notes:

This is the debut single on 'Moshi Moshi' from diskJokke! and here is a
quick bio on him...

Hailing from the small town of Svelvik, located just southwest of Oslo,
Norway -- an unlikely but proven city to breed and export influential
electro artists -- Joachim Dyrdahl, otherwise known as diskJokke, makes
acid house beats perfect for moving dancefloors and lays down chilled
cinematic pop ideal for lounging. At five years old Dyrdahl started
playing the violin, and at 14 he started spinning records. After going
to school to study mathematics in a Trondheim university, he relocated
to Oslo and started combining his classical and electro-disco
backgrounds as a producer. He met up with Prins Thomas, who released
two of diskJokke's tracks as 12" singles on his Full Pupp label. As
word spread, Get Physical offered to put out two more of his 12"s on
the label's Kindish imprint. He took the position of resident DJ at one
of Norway's premier clubs, and appeared on a Sunkissed compilation,
resulting in subsequent offers to do remixes for other artists.
Eventually, one of these led to a connection at Smalltown Supersound,
an up-and-coming label that put out discs by Lindstr°m (one of
Dyrdahl's main inspirations). After picking ten of his most groovy
tracks, Smalltown released his first full-length Staying In in Norway
in late 2007, and overseas in February of 2008. An 11-minute diskJokke
remix of Bloc Party's "Sunday" was scheduled for release later that
year on Vice Records.

diskJokke - The Bund
320 Kbps

Direct download:
Diskjokke - Discolated Remixes 2007-2008 (2009)

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Artist: Diskjokke
Title: Discolated (Remixes 2007-2008)
Label: Smalltown Supersound
Cat.N: STS168
Source: WEB
Format: Album, Unmixed
Style: Space Disco, Electroclash
Release Date: 03-Aug-2009
Quality: 256kbps
Tracks: 09
Total Time: 01h16m
Size: 143 Mb


01. Metronomy - Heartbreaker (Diskjokke remix)
02. Harry's Gym - Attic (Diskjokke remix)
03. Bloc Party - Sunday (Diskjokke remix)
04. Lykke Li - Everybody But Me (Diskjokke remix)
05. The National Bank - Home (Diskjokke remix)
06. Foals - Olympic Airways (Diskjokke remix)
07. Spektrum - Moody Feels Good (Diskjokke remix)
08. Ost & Kjex - Boston Food Strangler (Diskjokke remix)
09. Lindstrom - Breakfast In Heaven (Diskjokke remix)

"Staying in" was maybe an all too apt title for Diskjokke's debut album. The record seemed
to effectively perpetuate the cosmic-disco genre without necessarily adding very much.
It felt as if Diskjokke was living inside the house that Smalltown built, uninterested in
exploring the world outside. As a result, Dislocated maybe then doesn't refer to the tunes
Diskjokke has overhauled in this collection of remixes, but Diskjokke himself, as he's nudged
out of his comfort zone and forced to weave his own cosmic palette through other people's

The results gathered here are largely promising, and some of the standout moments are when
Diskjokke explicitly flips the cosmic disco script, like the abrupt feint in the midst of "Attic"
by Harry's Gym. It starts trippily enough, but just as the pressure starts to build and you get
prepared for a jolt into the psychedelic stratosphere, the swirling clouds dissipate and a nicely
dry, uptempo shimmy emerges instead, just to keep you on your toes.

Equally unexpected is Diskjokke's take on Lykke Li's "Everybody But Me"—no starry synths on
this one, just slow-mo tribal toms that neatly match Lykke's breathy wallflower pining. The bulk
of the remixes here stitch more conventional cosmic tropes onto indie songs, and tend to sink
or swim depending on the quality of the tune. The rework of "Heartbreaker" by Metronomy works
quite nicely despite an inane vocal couplet, "I heard she broke your heart again...she's a
heartbreaker!" Then Diskjokke's mix of "Boston Food Strangler" by Ost & Jex perfectly executes
a long-form cosmic rollercoaster ride. The vocals by this duo, also responsible for the Princeisms
of Jamie Jones' "Summertime," are a bit hard to swallow here, all warbly and flush with
Sparks-style histrionics, so wisely Diskjokke lets them manifest for a brief refrain before
drowning them, like a wrathful Neptune, in a percussive tide.

Whether surprising or not, it's on his remix of cosmic disco overlord Lindstrom's "Breakfast in Heaven"
that Diskjokke falters, producing a near-stylistic self-parody: the mix is very much the trippy
juggernaut you might expect, but with its extra dollops of glistening synths, it sounds like it should
accompany a scene of Falcor, the luck dragon from The Neverending Story, in whimsical, triumphant
flight. Given that we're already talking about a style prone to exaggeration and excess, this ends up
feeling like an overdose. Cosmic disco on steroids. It's further evidence that Diskjokke is at his best
not when he's goofing indoors with his fellow cosmic Norwegian brethren, but when he's forced to
go outside and play with the neighbors.



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