So everyone knows I have loved Galantis’ music since they began and the duo have an amazing new dance track – the chorus is particularly awesome! I asked them a few question earlier this year, just click here to read what they had to say. But back to the song, it shows how talented and great these guys are, expect more epic things from them. Check them out on Facebook here. And Twitter here.
Dragon Without A Flame is the new single from Redezvous’ upcoming second album. This time round collaborating with L.A. singer Automatic Toys. I’m not sure how to easily explain this next part so bare with it. When some songs start slow and gradually build and then go back to being slow, a listener can feel disappointed that the song didn’t have that kick – that excitement – to take the song to the next level. For example with Iggy Azalea’s Black Widow, there’s a slow beat rap then it builds up with Rita Ora’s vocals and you hope it will suddenly explode from a slow song to an awesome dance song like Iggy has done…but instead it falls back to the slow verse and can be repetitive in a not so good way. However, Dragon Without a Flame, I believe, works perfectly without the ‘essential’ need of going crazy and taking it to a faster-rhythm-dance segment. It’s fantastic as it is. It ranges from being slow – a normal beat – and then with the amazing vocals and the awesome electrifying electronic sounds stepping up (with the alternative rock vibe already going on) the songs becomes something more powerful. The song is immense. Check Rendezvous on Facebook here. And Twitter here.
After half a million miles of inspiration on the road, Jeremy Mage has a debut album that contains a range on unpredictable style songs. Despite the variety of styles and instruments used on the songs – where one would think that the album would be just a jumble of songs that did not connect – the lyrics, meaningful words and the overall theme help make the songs work together and respectively flow together to make an amazing album.
From the constant dance and R&B songs we hear all the time, it’s actually quite lovely and refreshing to hear some organic sounds and vocals. From Waste This Year to the quirky and lovely rhythm of sounds in In July and in Howgooddoyouwannafeel? (my favourite three on the album) you find yourself not only listening to wait in anticipation what unpredictable sound and instruments are used in the next song but you listen to the songs again and again as the fresh sounds are beautiful to the ears.
Overall, it’s a magic mix of songs that work magnificently together. It’s imaginative, different and can be quite therapeutic to the mind. So have a listen below:
So I have posted The Other Tribe, a UK band, a few times – because I love their music so much! – and I even did a quick interview with them (check it out here - yes it was over a year and a half ago!). Well, they have a new track called I Can Give You Anything and I think it’s awesome. It’s sounds more mainstream than their other tracks yet it still has their original root sound that make its different to those tracks we hear in the Uk Top 40. What do you think about The Other Tribe’s latest track? Check them out on Facebook here. And Twitter here.
Oh, and interesting picture guys!
Bother is a dream-hypnotic song from the dance project of Toro Y Moi’s Chaz Bundick. The song starts all with the beats and acting cool and hip then suddenly, near to the end, it goes all different, in an awesome electrifying way. It’s from Les Sins debut album, Michael. Check Les Sins out here.