Matoma has become a staple in the tropical house genre. A 23-year old music producer and pianist from Norway, he loves to compose electronic music with groovy bass, percussion and synths. The love for music with great dynamic pump is a must, but also music that is produced with soul and passion. It’s essential to create an atmosphere permeated by good vibes and tones. Check out this awesome remix below and let it take you back to “those” days.
Lana Del Rey’s new album “Ultraviolence” dropped today and we gotta say, it’s pretty great. It has that old-time sound with some vocal effects that make it feel summer-nostalgic.
Check out her first single off the album called “West Coast”
This is probably one of the most controversial/symbolic videos we’ve posted to date, and it’s definitely not for everyone. It delivers a very powerful message that Hozier speaks through his lyrics and by using strong visual representation. The song serves simultaneously as a message about human rights, a commentary about Hozier’s upbringing in what he calls a “cultural landscape that is blatantly homophobic,” and a strong statement about the institutional homophobia in Putin’s Russia.
Watch it here:
All visuals aside, this is one of the best songs we’ve heard in a while now and it didn’t take long to go viral. To learn more about Hozier and his take on Gay Rights, Sexuality and Good Hair, check out this article.
Oh, and if you’re wondering what’s in the locked box…it’s called a MacGuffin. A MacGuffin is a plot device in the form of some goal, desired object, or other motivator that the protagonist pursues, often with little or no narrative explanation. The specific nature of a MacGuffin is typically unimportant to the overall plot. The most common type of MacGuffin is an object, place or person; other types include money, victory, glory, survival, power, love, or other things unexplained. You’ve seen these in many movies whether you realized it or not. Movies like Star Wars, Pulp Fiction, Alfred Hitchcock movies, and more.
Now go to church…or don’t.
This is a great song even though it speaks of a somewhat interesting story. Great video, great video, great music.
Reverse by SomeKindaWonderful:
Happy Friday everyone.
You understand, they got a plan for us
I bet you didn’t know that I was dangerous…
Happy Friday everybody. Lay back and listen to some Cherub – “Doses and Mimosas” to unwind.
Have a great weekend.
This weeks song isn’t new, but it’s one of our favorites that’s accompanied by one of the coolest and funniest videos. You’ve most likely heard this one before, but maybe it’s been a little while. Here’s Queens of the Stone Age with No One Knows…
This song of the week goes to Arcade Fire for their awesome new song “Reflektor.” These guys have been around for a while and continue to put out great albums time after time Along with their music, they put out pretty sweet videos like the one below. Give their newest single, along with self-titled album “Reflektor” a listen.
Hope you all had a great week, and enjoy your weekend.
What’s up guys?! So we’ve been out of the “blogging” world for the last month or so just to catch up on some life and other things happening. We’re still here and aren’t going anywhere. We have a couple new things in store and can’t wait to break them out and share them with all you around the world. It’s going to be exciting for us and can’t wait to see what you think.
Lately, there has been a lot of awesome music that has come out including Sir Sly, Lorde, Sons of the Sea, AWOL Nation, and so many more. One of our recent favorites is Tessellate by alt-J, check it out…