Gold Panda

Gold Panda, London based producer and remixer


Gold Panda has quite oriental sounding tracks which I absolutely adore and some really good remixes. The video is for "Back Home" which carries the oriental feel and a lovely record fuzz all the way through which gives it an old timey sound.

You can listen to loads more of his songs at his website -

Intro Video!

Wooosh! how exciting! More videos coming soon!

News Update - New Material Incoming!

Hurrah! We've finally got our heads together, after what I think is a somewhat successful launch of the DLSM blog, to write some new material.


Indeed something has got the little electronic duo excited and thirsty for fresh sounding jump-up and rave beats. But something new and interesting is happening as every track written is being made possible to play live (without any loss in the quality that your used to from DUALISM) and its required a completely new way of thinking...

You can find out more about how Jack and Alex have had to go back to electro school in future posts!

in other news, Jack still hasn't made a single blog post :D

Tallis Morris, Jack on Stage

Jack played live this weekend but not with DUALISM! No, instead he was playing on stage backing up his girlfriend at Godmanchester's prestigious Picnic in the Park.

Which pushed me somewhat to the sideline, so i hung back and took some pictures...


Tallis Morris normally plays solo and writes and sings a lot of her own songs. But for Picnic in the Park she got together a band and it sounded really good.

Picnic in the park is an annual one day festival for Huntingdon and the surrounding area and draws around 3000 spectators (based on an average from mine and Jack's best estimate)

At the last minute the drummer fell ill and so Jacob Atwoll (lead guitar) filled in on drums and another guitarist, Jake Day, had to fill in, in the end the whole group had only one day of practice. But you couldn't tell and they gave a good set for the crowd.

If that didn't make the band dynamic enough, halfway through the set the bass drum broke and Joey Bosworth the Keyboardist jumped in to tape it up with gaffer tape while Tallis did what she does best and played solo acoustic for the crowd. That was then followed by Joey playing acoustic in another song, goddamn that man is multi-talented!

Fischerspooner - Emerge

Sublime electroclash duo Fischerspooner are probably more notable for their performances that put contemporary dance at the forefront. Formed in NYC in 1998 the group grew to include over 20 performers, mainly dancers and some guest vocalists.

'Emerge' released as a single in 2002 and originally on the album '#1' (aka 'best album ever') in 2001. I like the long build up and kicking drum beat. The main riff is also quite catchy too.

video beneath the link!


There are a couple of videos I could find for this track but this one seems the most modern in terms of filming techniques and still leaves the original track fairly unchanged. I dont know if it's the original video, but true to Fischerspooner, it does get really weird in the middle.

Hi, Huh-i, Hyper, Hyper-media-ocrity...

Tee - Oh My God It's Techno Music!

Check out this really cool t-shirt. proudly express your surprise in realizing that it is, in fact, techno music.

They've also provided a lovely example in the form of video of how you can use your new tee and how excited you should be. Watch it beneath the link!


Freeland - 'Do You'

From the new album 'Cope' the first album from freeland in six years.

'Do You' is the first track on the album and features heavy arpeggiated synth, cutted vocal sounds and wicked live drums.

here's a video featuring footage from the UK mini tour. I like the quick cut editing.

get more info on 'Cope' by Freeland