The OXD Mirror: New Music for 6.01.12

Charlotte Gainsbourg – "Paradisco (Joakim's Paradisco Garage Remix)"

Charlotte Gainsbourg, the love child of legendary couple Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin, released her fourth studio album, Stage Whisper, this past year. The album is a collection of sweet pop songs that mix both electronic and acoustic elements. The second track, 'Paradisco,' includes a more upbeat direction than her usual efforts, and after being filtered by French producer Joakim, it truly embodies the essence of a modern disco track. According to Joakim, this is a remix in tribute of Paradise Garage's mastermind Larry Levan; cues that are hard to miss on this edit.


Chris Malinchak – "Razor 2.0"

NYC-based Chris Malinchak has just released his third EP, Ironbound, including 'Razor 2.0,' which quickly made its way into our list of this year's favorites. With beats and synths that resemble the old days of house music, it's hard not to think of the iconic Inner City anthem, 'Big Fun,' a dance hit in it's own right.


Only Children – "Down Fever"

Little is known about Only Children, except that they claim to be “a Chicago artist, DJ and production collective,” according to their SoundCloud page. What we do know though is that we love their new heavily disco influenced gem that surprisingly samples vocals from one of the late legends of pop music. Listen and you'll instantly recognize a gay dance mega hit that is taken in a new, refreshing, direction.


Find previous editions of The OXD Mirror here: 5.25.12.

This week's post was written and curated by Tadeu Magalhães.

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  1. stephen says

    LOOOOVE the Chris Malinchak and Only Children tracks…you guys know good music! thanks and keep it up!

  2. says

    Hey John, as we say in the beginning of the post, OXD curates and recommends music events to the gay community in NYC—in an effort to move the focus of the nightlife scene beyond the promoter and venue and to the music itself.

    We make a big push to get a critical mass of gay men and women to attend events and parties that are outside of the gay circuit, but have quality music that we believe is worth checking out. Think of it as a gay crowd invading a party that is not at a gay club or bar, but has music we appreciate. That’s how we “occupy” these events.

  3. Disco Stu says

    This is what you get when you set loose computer-nerds with no musical talent: monotonous, repetitive, soulless, coma-inducing ‘dronnage’.