West coast in US is a place where the beach culture and psychedelic culture crosses. Especially in the past few years, San Francisco has enhanced in the electronic music scene and has grown a new crossover sound that can be called something as West coast Balearic sound. One of the most pioneering units of this movement is Windsurf: formed by two producers, Sam Grawe and Daniel Judd. Each of them have their solo projects, Sam as Hatchback and Daniel as Sorcerer, but in 2008 they got together and released their first album coastlines from Norway's disco producer/DJ: Prince Thomas's label Internasjonal. Going back and forth from analogue to digital, beautiful layers of synth, guitars and spaced out rhythm tracks resonate, and creating mellow chill out oceanic dance music got good attention all over the world.
'Weird Energy' with a self made video spread out widely via YouTube in 2009, and it is finally coming out after three years. Featuring acidy sequence and rippling synth sounds, the spacey electro-funk slowly expands into a fusion-disco sound as a summer anthem in 2012. You can hear the significant evolution in their sound, and this will be the lead single from their up coming album this summer.
Also there are two remixes by Kensuke Saito's solo project 9dw and Max Essa. 9dw is known for it's quality electric fusion/boogie sound worldwide, and curating Windsurf's Japan Tour in 2009. 9dw remix has a trippy guitar solo and a powerful bottom for the dance floor. Kawasaki(Japan) based Max Essa, whose single "Feel It In Your Body / Heartache" being picked up by the likes of Andrew Weatherall and David Mancuso came out with a dope remix featuring the original refined melody. Both remixes will surely be a banger on the floor.