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.
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!
A new tasty treat from Feed Me, my favorite! It’s not a trick, but it’s definitely different; A cover of Back Home by Caribou. Interestingly enough he retained the indie vibe, so if that’s your thaaang, you’re gonna dig. What’s even moar nomible is his Psychedelic Journey EP, I’ll be chowin’ down on it all weekend. My appetite for Feed Me is just so ravenously insatiable, I’m beyond stoked about these tracks.
Headtron just released this delightful compilation that is guaranteed to make you feel good, Succulent Selections. jOBOT track, The Ground, Russ Liquid’s AZURE and Sugar Pill’s Away all got me boppin’. I really like that they finish it up with some Andreilien, just to inspire us to hit repeat.
Errybody loves Beyonce. Not errybody loves remixes, BUT, this one’s a surprising doozy! This song gets you going with some lovely piano keys and a teasing subtle thump. I was vibin’ to it, and THEN! ALLUVASUDDEN! It drops at 1:27 with a mega switcharoo: plucky hollow pops transitioning to some gnarly grittyness at 1:45 and I was jjjaaammmin’!!!! Such surprise! So glorious!! And I am obsessed with the echoey vocals trailing to the finish. Beautiful.
I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with SPL in the studio during production of his Son of Kick remix: Hours, featuring Paigey Cakey and Lady LeShurr. We dicuss the launching of his career in Europe, the Smog City winter tour and his long awaited return to Drum & Bass. Check it out and grab the new track on Beatport!
Huge thank you to Collin Johnson of Maven Artist
AudioMolly production & crew Yonis Ramati, Matthew Wachter & Darin Leach
Natalia Iswara of The Galactic Featheration & Mike Russek of 1028 Designs
Specto Entertainment & Adam Jaffe Productions