I’m loving all things Lykke Li at the moment and this track by Kleerup featuring Lykke Li is no exception. This is the second spooky and haunting track I’ve selected this week. There might be a theme, even though we’re nowhere near Halloween. I can’t quite put my finger on what this reminds me of....
Those of you who have just entered into the wonder that is listening to Friendly Fires might have missed out on this track from a couple of years back. The original version of Paris was featured on their 1st album and shortly after this was remixed by Aeroplane in 2009.
If you know me and are reading this, you’ll know I’m not a book reader. Listening to music is one of my big passions and if it is not channeling in my ears, I’m usually reading about it in a magazine or online blog format. I have now (finally) found a book that makes me...
I’m filing this track in ‘Classics’ as the sound to this track is a soulful retro sound that brings some silky bass back from the late 70′s and early 80′s. In fact, this track makes me want to dig out some Luther Vandross and play it loud.
What is there to be said about Gatto Fritto? Is it space disco, is it Nu Disco, is it Balearica or is it chilled out european musica? If you like Junior Boys, Lindstrom, Blackbelt Anderson or Prins Thomas then this is almost certainly the album for you.
A little bit of a different review by YourMusicRadar. Firstly, if you live in Australia don’t read any further as you won’t be able to afford this earful bliss.
I’ve just heard this track by Mac Miller and feel the need to share this with you. Are you a Temper Trap fan? If so, you’ll recognise the backing track that has been sampled and looped.
Have you ever found yourself without a guitar pick/plectrum when you need one? Well, if you have a few old credit cards lying around and have the Pickmaster Plectrum Punch, then you need want no more.
Here we go. It’s re-edit time again…and what bigger track to bring to you than Odyssey’s ‘Going Back To My Roots’ re-edited by LeSale.
The first wave of Splendour in the Grass sideshows have been announced.
I’ll start with this… this album sounds like an undiscovered grimey Sugababes and Ms. Dynamite collaboration album when they were in their prime, with a dubstep and garage edge that pinches a sound or two from some good early 90′s house.
I stumbled across this track by E-Dubble this weekend and I’m glad I did as this is pretty good stuff and it’s hot property online this week. Check it out here and buy it online at iTunes.
The Friendly Fires new album ‘Pala’ has been released in Australia and is due for release in the UK on May 16th and May 24th in the US.
I was recently tipped off by a friend on the band ‘How To Dress Well’ and how good they are. You know what, he was spot on and I’m thankful for the tip off.
This track looks like it has been out there since around October 2010. However, it doesn’t matter how old or young the track is, as what matters is that you should give this track a listen.