senpusha asked: Hi Smash TV. I love your work. I was watching this Japanese you tube channel which is just ads (v=ht7XqrjyaaQ) and I was thinking it would be great to see a Memorex JP. Imagine all the great Japanese synth of the 80s that is left to be discovered. Thanks for all your hard work :D
First off, thanks very much and we’re very glad you enjoy our work. Ooh, a Japanese Memorex would be cool! Excited to check more of this channel out.
Right now we’re focusing on Gunslinger, the last of the three full length videos we originally planned. From there, not totally sure what the plan is for Smash TV. The full length videos take an insane amount of time and work to create, so we may focus on some shorter form videos, and as you may have noticed, diving back into audio only mixes from Sparkle Motion/Smash FM more frequently.
However, you can certainly expect to see more from Smash TV. Where this path will take us is still a bit of a mystery right now though.
Thanks again for your support, here’s what a Japanese Memorex might look like in the meantime, from Greeen Linez who you should definitely check out.
Banged out a fun summery little mix quickly this week, some of our favorite Chicago house style jackers. Lots of stuff from or influenced by Chicago house in the mid 80s through early 90s, when people got DOWN. If you like to dance feel good vibes, bring this one out with you for the beautiful weekend.
After two years of Smash TV and Smash FM projects, the triumphant return of Sparkle Motion!
Stream here or download here.
Octo Octa - I Can Feel You (Dub Version)
James Mason - Nightgruv
Osborne - Outta Sight (Luke Vibert Remix)
Newcleus - Cyborg Dance
Les Sins - Fetch
Coco Steel & Lovebomb - Feel It
Fort Romeau - Jack Rollin’
Tricky Disco - House Fly
Virgo Four - Let The Music Play
Machinedrum - DDD
Sepalcure - Every Day Of My Life (Jimmy Edgar Remix)
Octo Octa - I’m Trying
Darkstar - Aidy’s Girl Is A Computer (Kyle Hall Remix)
Andres - New For U
Mr. Gasparov - 1975
Kelis - Brave (Dark Sky Remix)
You’ve probably already seen this, but I mean come on. Smash TV has to give props where props are due: Chris Hadfield is kind of a boss.