Get your dancing shoes on for some scorching hot dance-rock!
It’s difficult to put a finger on the music The Easton Ellises produces. [By the way, I haven’t read any Bret Easton Ellis novel yet. But I will, promise.] The vocals sound like a torn page from the ’90s, and the arrangement, meanwhile, is no doubt a trip back to 2005.Read More
Listening to Alexander Blu’s May feels like melancholy and nostalgia — it is a devastatingly aching throwback to the transcendent nature of EDM from decades past.
Think, Moby, circa late 90s — that’s what Blu’s vibe sounds like… most evident in the moribund first notes of his first track, Emptiness, which quickly builds up into a top-tapping, breakbeat with sweeping infusions of ambient sounds, interrupted only by the occasional disembodied robotic vocals. From there, the tempo picks up considerably, with tracks like “Concert,”Drop,” and “Cosmo” as standout tracks. Read More
Canadian indie-rock band Stars has been around since 2000 and they show no sign of slowing down as they release a new five-track No One Is Lost Tour EP. It is hard to believe that it has been more than a decade since the band’s breakout album Set Yourself on Fire. Their latest EP is a tight collection showing the band’s dance-y and electronica side.Read More
Breathe Compilations, a Mexico-based pure netaudio label created in 2008, brings new ecletic tunes to old and new fans. In Vitro‘s La Danza de los Solitarios features eight imaginative pieces that showcase intriguing collages of beats and electronic tunes, creating an utterly dance-inducing techno sound that will leave you in a trance after every play.Read More