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It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything from K15, so I’m glad his recent remix of Radiohead’s “Nude” caught my attention.
Only a couple more weeks until Chester French releases their debut album Love the Future, but in the meantime they’ve released this mixtape featuring artists like Janelle Monae, Pharrell Williams, and Common
Another Chi-town artist trying to make waves outside of the Great Lakes, Nikki Lynette is an eccentric singer with a funky and versatile sound. Peep the Motown influenced “Need A Man” below…
I’m not all that familiar with Abe Vigoda, but I do like what I am hearing so far of their upcoming album Reviver, which is due out Feb 17th. With songs stuffed full of distorted guitar sounds, they remind me a little of the Cold War Kids, but more upbeat, and not as whiney or [...]
OK, so it’s a couple weeks old. I hadn’t been to Kissey‘s site for awhile, but was happy to find this nice little Christmas present that she had gifted to all her fans. HAHA, I like the word gifted, it makes me feel sophisticated when I say it . Oh well, enjoy “Holiday”, you can [...]
So the Photomachine remix (thanks We Like It Indie) of Yo! Majesty‘s “Don’t Let Go” has been gaining momentum around the blogosphere, since apparently getting some spins from Basement Jaxx. Not that the Florida duo needs any help making waves for themselves. I’m still diggin’ the original more, what do you think? For those in [...]
Still a huge fan of The Bird and The Bee, I have been patiently awaiting their sophomore album, Ray Guns Are Not Just the Future, which is due out Jan. 27th. Continuing to keep things fresh, this time around they’ve managed to produce tracks that are much more danceable and funky, that is to say, [...]
So I first stumbled across beat maker K15 on Myspace and fell in love with his song “Anya”. Not long after he sent me a copy of his upcoming release, a collaboration featuring vocalist LP, and the feeling was no different this time around. An album of chilled, laid back tunes that leave you more [...]
Love these guys….check Metronomy‘s Nights Out.
I have always had my qualms with sample based music, but if you can put your spin on things and make it your own, more power to you. I mean to say, no matter where my musical morals lie, I just can’t deny when a song makes me feel good. Kansas City producer D/Will, has [...]