Posts tagged "Dance"

Beatmaking brothers BoomBox unleash Dangerous Waters, out now

Released on 10 November, and right off the heels of their nationwide tour popular electronic-dance-rock duo BoomBox delivers Dangerous Waters. Their wildly enjoyable new album perfectly toes the line between “dance” and “lounge.” Founded in 2004 by singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Zion Rock Godchaux, who tapped Kinsman MacKay in for

Image: Fletcher Cowan While most artists might elect to revisit their early work in a retrospective context, London electronic music duo Eli & Fur are taking it a step further – re-recording and re-releasing their iconic debut single, You’re So High. But then, Eli & Fur aren’t most artists. The

For many, the English synthpop duo Goldfrapp is synonymous with the face and voice of Alison Goldfrapp. After two decades and countless hits like Ooh La La and Rocket, the two are intrinsic. With Goldfrapp, Alison and her cousin Will Gregory established an aesthetic and sonic identity that was unmistakable,

Somehow, brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll seem to find themselves constantly pulled back into orbit of each other. Over the course of their three decade long career as British electronic music duo Orbital, they have broken up twice. Their most recent comeback, following a three year hiatus, has been going

For Granted, the first single from Korean-American producer Yaeji’s debut album With A Hammer, is a bit of a bait and switch. But it’s a rather satisfying one, at that. Upon the announcement of With A Hammer, interest peaked into which version of Yaeji we might get on her debut

Röyksopp have released a visualiser for the first single off their upcoming album, Profound Mysteries III. Featuring Alison Goldfrapp, The Night is an urgent dance track set to a symphony of Röyksopp’s dextrous modular synths and Goldfrapp’s signature seraphic and breathless vocals. The visualiser, directed by artist Jonathan Zawada, zooms

Signed under the Sola Musa Music imprint, poetic band KARMACODA has released their latest heavy-hitting record ‘Deja Vu (Krono Remix)’. Reworked by the daring electronic music duo KRONO, the record is a death-defying feat that elevates heartbeats and ruptures speakers. Stream / Download: KARMACODA – ‘Deja Vu (Krono Remix)’ From

Roaming dreamscapes, producer Villows explores the softer side of house music in his newly released single ‘lucid’, a record that is best described as an awakening saturated in reverb. The producer fluffs a pillow and, once we’re all tucked in, warms our eardrums with subtle harmonies blanketed in crisp nuance,

Beyoncé welcomed us into what she’s calling her Renaissance with a sample of a seminal house music classic. The bassline of Robin. S’s Show Me Love would become the bassline for our expectations of the singer’s eighth studio album, which promised to be her most definitive pivot toward the dancefloor

When it comes to disco, Dimitri From Paris is somewhat of an authority. An expert selector and connoisseur, the ‘gentleman DJ’ understands the history of the music that he plays and that he’s playing it for a new generation altogether. He’s been instrumental in the establishment of popular disco nights

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