It’s that time again where ML frantically packs for the voyage to a farm an hour outside of Nashville. It’s where 100,000 or so attendees get their faces and ears melted off from 4 days of music, comedy, and film. If you aren’t fortunate enough to make it to Manchester,..
Loyal readers know that every 50th post on ML is a pristine, blissful pop song. This time, it’s Solar Bears’ new single “Alpha People” which will appear on their album Supermigration. via Pitchfork Sphere: Related Content
Mark Ronson & The Business Intl – Record Collection (Perseus Remix) (ft. Pharrell, Wiley, MNDR, Wretch 32).
A year later, Perseus’ remix of “Record Collection” is a seven minute blissful ode to the 80s pop-tinged fun of the original. It will appear on Record Collection 2012, a collection of remixes due out September 5. You can also listen to the Plastic Plates remix in The Magician’s Magic..
It’s offically summer. You know how I know? Nope, it has nothing to do with the heat that people are bitching about on twitter. It is because Arthur King’s annual Summer Mix is here. I almost didn’t want to post this so all you aggregating savage blogs don’t get a..
On April Fool’s Day, we got DJ Burn One to remix Will Smith’s “Men in Black.” We thought it would be funny, but Burn reworked a cheesy childhood memory into a sleek after hours cruise. We knew we were onto something. Hence Remix Lungies, ML’s own remix series, where take..
Valentine a hopeful pop superstar from Ukraine reaches out to mega-producer Timbaland via the youtubes. The result is.. well, let’s just say I haven’t laughed this hysterically in a while. I really hope Timbaland reaches out to dude, to make meme worthy music. Note: My mom sent me this video,..
Mark Ronson & The Business Intl. Perform “Somebody to Love Me” and Tame Impala’s “Solitude is Bliss.”
Our favorite whiteboy Mark Ronson is still on his wild Australian vacation with his band and they stopped by triple j (Aussie radio) to perform “Somebody to Love Me” from Record Collection and then cover “Solitude is Bliss” by Tame Impala. Rose Elinor Dougall, who appeared on three songs on..
Ben Westbeech is a welcome digression from the current dance pop infestation. “Falling” is meant for the club, but it comes free of vocal effects, bubblegum synths, and Dr. Luke. Ben’s album There’s More To Life Than This comes out later this year. Sphere: Related Content
“Why Even Try” reeks of the 80s, but it falls short of being just a hokey 80s throwback because Theophilus London injects cutting edge gaspy relationship raps, the kind of stuff Kid Cudi might rap about if he still bothered to rap. But if you can tolerate a song that’s..
I’ve been craving more MNDR since I heard her and Q-Tip make magic on “Bang Bang Bang.” Actually, I really caught the bug when I saw her on Letterman. Regardless, homegirl hits the electropop sweet spot. “Cut Me Out” is rhythmic, melodic and buzzing without all the cheese. Can’t wait..