Okay, Rolling Up from Kick the Habit. This one starts off simple and just when you think you’re in the clear it busts your ghost with some high, glitchy lasers then gets really refreshing at 1:50. These guys have so many great tracks; their Ming & Mr. Black remix is killing me. Can not stop listening. These guys are huge I tell you, huuuuuuge.
Today was cloudy and gloomy… I freakin LOVED every freakin SECOND of it. To celebrate, I listened to this seductive mellow jam right here. I love the floating haunting vocals with dreamy synths that just take you away… so much so, that at about 2:51 I start to feel like I’m getting hypnotized by that beautiful swell of sound. Seekae’s remix doesn’t drift too far from the original (which is a dark gorgeousness in and of itself) but I like this twist on it… kinda adds a slower Trentmoller feel. Exquisite!!
And the original!
Oh bebe… this is just right! I’m on a gritty kick recently and this song hits the spot. I was hesitant at first with the house-y intro but you gotta just wait for the drop because you NEVER KNOW RIGHT?!?! I was glad I waited on this one because I am super digging the hard raunchiness, as it was very welcome after the techno-esque beginning. Def think it’s a great build with a good switch up for sound. 2:15 to the second drop has a Daft Punk (Tron soundtrack) feel to me which I think is a nice touch. One thing that could add to it would be to play with the second drop a little more, add in some fresh sounds, samples or effects. Overall, it’s a real good song to jam out to and will absolutely get you hooked! Excited to see what these guys come up with next!!
Yaaaaaay! Feed me and Kill The Noise together again, it’s as joyous as when you find your friends at Burning Man. I guess Justice nailed it back in ’07 with D.A.N.C.E., this track is reminiscent. Who doesn’t love little English children singing? Especially with an uplifting connotation versus the original inspiration from Pink Floyd’s The Wall. It’s officially a thing now, I’m expecting an automated English children’s choir plug-in soon. According to a post on the Kill The Noise Facebook page, they finished writing the song enrought to the school where it was recorded. Seems like all the best ones are done on the fly… Plus the melody is very similar to Deadmau5′ The Veldt, another one of my favorites. I haven’t been this happy since Thumbs Up for Rock’n’Roll.
aaand I just couldn’t resist:
Eriel Indigo is like a socially conscious Lana Del Rey, which is way more interesting in my opinion. Her new music video, Innocence looks like a slumber party with me and my girls. Get mad visuals from these lyrics in her electro pop wonderland. This is the first episode of the twelve part series, so I’m excited to see what’s next. Bring on the paradigm shift!
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