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Month: August 2018

Human complexity unravels on Bellhouse's “White Dress Black Dress” [Premiere]

If it weren’t for music, Bellhouse aka Emma-Lee Andersson, who is also a trained truck driver, would have chosen been a criminologist. Perhaps these unusual life paths Bellhouse could have chosen explains why her music contains a type of no-nonsense type of attitude that is particularly striking on the unceasing Swedish pop music landscape.  Today, […] The post Human complexity unravels on Bellhouse’s “White Dress Black Dress” [Premiere] appeared first on...

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ANZU drops groovy “Theme From Depression”

Disco was inevitably everywhere in the 1970’s, and for good reason. The groovy, feel-good songs of that specific dance era resonated with people and provided an escape from the prevalent negative economic issues of the time. The disco movement itself was far more than just music – it was also a subculture based around nightclubs, dance clubs, and DJs […] The post ANZU drops groovy “Theme From Depression” appeared first on...

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Rah-C is all about self improvement on “Change”

Hip-hop act Rah-C is slowly marking his territory with a style of rap woven around personal topics that everyone can easily relate to. In a moment of vulnerability, his newest single “Change”, he takes the listener on a profound journey into his personal space. Rah-C leaves nothing to chance here, knowing he has the perfect platform to […] The post Rah-C is all about self improvement on “Change” appeared first on...

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Shaun Frank refuses to let summer end with mirthful “Bon Appétit”

If you’re like me, you finally (and begrudgingly) acknowledge the end of summer only after Labor Day, when the Tuesday hangover is so vicious that an IV flowing with Glacier Freeze Gatorade can’t even revive you. It’s a time when a lot of musicians get dark, producing gloomy ballads as if they had tunnel vision into […] The post Shaun Frank refuses to let summer end with mirthful “Bon Appétit” appeared first on...

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Let your “Body Move” with Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

Apparently we’ve all been on our best behavior because 2018 has seen so much new Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, it’s a little overwhelming. The UK producer returned earlier this year with huge new original track called “Leave A Light On.” It sounded like rebirth in a glorious electronic symphonic opera. Last month tapped into TEED’s […] The post Let your “Body Move” with Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs appeared first on...

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