Day 4: Bell Towers – Funky Silver Hot Pants (DJ Edit)

Day 4 of our 2018 charity Advent Calendar, in aid of Julie’s Bicycle. Listen to all this year’s donations.

A chugged-out, slow and sleazy roller, ‘Funky Silver Hot Pants’ is a track that somehow manages to live up to its name. Like the love-child of Kraftwerk and Alexander Robotnik-esque Italo-house, it’s an irresistible homage to 80s electronica from Berlin-based producer and DJ Bell Towers.

Strutting along atop stripped-back electronic percussion, it’s the synthy, marching bassline that does much of the work. Conceivably a DJ tool intended only for dancefloors, the imaginative production and nostalgic sound at work here make this a track equally suited to 4pm office slumps and late-night corner shop excursions.

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Our 2018 Advent Calendar is in aid of Julie’s Bicycle, a non-profit that supports the creative industry to take action on climate change. All money raised through Bandcamp sales goes directly to Green Riders, a new campaign that will help will create more sustainable collective practices in the music industry.  If you’re a DJ, artist, venue, promoter or just curious, join the Green Riders campaign here.

More info about Green Riders

The Green Riders campaign will provide tools, resources, and a community for artists and their teams to exchange advice, ideas and experiences, working alongside venues, festivals, labels and promoters to take action on climate change. It will launch in full in 2019, Sign-up on the website to join the campaign and get more information from Julie’s Bicycle.

More info about Julie’s Bicycle

Julie’s Bicycle is a London-based not for profit that supports the global creative community to take action on climate change and the environment. We believe that the creative community is uniquely placed to drive positive change that can transform our world. Founded in 2007 from within the UK music industry, Julie’s Bicycle has established itself as an internationally trusted source of guidance supporting creative businesses to embed environmental sustainability into their work.

Artwork throughout the series is made by Emily Evans.

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