It's a great tune, I'm going to say that upfront so that I don't come across too much as an old fuddy-duddy but Elliphant is Swedish and quite obvously white. How has she developed a South London Jafaican accent for this tune? Is she taking the piss? Stop it. You look ridiculous.
22 August 2014
Yes, yes, yes! This is a monster tune - or is it two tunes in one? There's the Scroobius philosophising but whammo we're then full-on into a Henry Rollins-esque rant/rhyme. Love it!
As an afterthought, is this tune having a massive pop at Morrissey? If so, it's about time.
Ryan Davis put together this remix and it features on the new Anjunadeep 6 album. Ambient dance music is not my usual cup of tea but this particular remix is quite beautiful.
I came quite late to the WoD party and I'm regretting not giving them a chance sooner. They have a crispness to their music that pushes all the right buttons with me. Here's the new video too to accompany the song. This tune is great for festivals.
We all need a little bit of minimal techno in our lives. Actually I'm not joking here, it helps me to focus when working. This is a superb new tune that popped up on my timeline. Plenty of meat on the bone, so to speak. For a minimal techno tune it's vey "in your face". I like it a lot.
Posted by lee at 10:57
Don't ask me why but if you want the very best song titles then always, and I mean always, look for a post-rock band. This is no exception and the tune is anthemic and so uplifting. A great Friday tune. This is a previously unreleased video from M83 to accompany the tune.
16 August 2014
12 August 2014
11 August 2014
French-born, Mali-native Rastafarian, Manjul is a perfect example of someone whose life revolves around his music...and more power to his elbow. He combines traditional Malian music with reggae and dub to great effect. This track leans very heavily towards the Malian but the track title should tell you where his sympathies also lie.
10 August 2014
08 August 2014
Fans of Nick Drake will love this tune. Ex-Leftfield singer's 'Crossroads' track (a slightly 60s tinged folky number) has been given a moody remix by producer Soren. The overall effect is quite beautiful. It's only available to stream on the405 website here. You can listen to the original track below.
This is a lovely tune to return from holiday to.