POSTKRT - Aint No Dancer blog photo

After the great debut EP “Artcore”, Copenhagen-based DJ and producer POSTKRT decided to give us a special treat for the colder seasons: he will be releasing a series of bootlegs, that will all together create a Bootlegs Mixtape. And guess what? The mixtape will be released in collaboration with Good because Danish! During autumn and winter we will get the single tracks and the full mixtape will then be out in 2015.

In October we premiered POSTKRT’s remix of Asta Fall’s song “End It Starts”. Now it’s time for a new production: the wonderfully chilled-out track “Ain’t No Dancer”. We don’t know about POSTKRT’s dancing skills, but after listening to the new song we definitely know his DJ/producer skills are just great!

Just like the shapes in the video clip (made from creative common licensed footage by the great Mike Winkelmann aka “Beeple”) go perfectly with each other, so does every sound in the song. The puzzles of beats and old-fashioned vocals, the funny, kind of noisy keyboard imitation. It all simply fits. “Ain’t No Dancer” has also this special, unique “Danishness” and melancholy, that only a person born in Scandinavia seems to be able to create in music. So, as you can both see and hear in “Ain’t No Dancer”, POSTKRT is giving you a real treat for the upcoming winter evenings. Something creative to chill out to, to think to and also to enjoy visually.

We are charmed by “Ain’t No Dancer” since the moment we first watched the video and listened to the song. Join us! Find the POSTKRT‘s new song on his SoundCloud and watch the video clip to it on YouTube.


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