Oh dreamwave, you sexaliciously luscious beast of a genre. Nobody knows and owns this musical style quite like the Binary crew, which cuts clear through to our black little hearts with the release of two debut singles and subsequently stunning remixes.

With a roster of blog-respectedly well known Calikids, Binary brings forth their album, LA Lights (out October 13). To celebrate, they're throwing a massive party, but for those of us "east coasters" unable to attend, we can live it up digitally with the first two singles and a few killer mixes.

First up is the duo of Alex Koons and Fabian Ordorica, more commonly known as LexiconDon. Their output is that of a catchy, dancey, and totes neon-ey flavor, as heard on Heart Attack. And with a super sensual mix from Beaston fave, Diamond Cut, well, these dudes are off to a rad start!

mp3: LexiconDon - Heart Attack
mp3: LexiconDon - Heart Attack (Diamond Cut Remix)

Secondly, we've got Keenhouse's song Ari-es. In the Binary opinion, it's the best song he's ever written. I concur. Top it off with a bodacious beefup from local legends, Flashmen, and you've got yourself another winner.

mp3: Keenhouse - Ari-es
mp3: Keenhouse - Ari-es (Flashmen Remix)