It’s time to dance, party and leave all your worries behind. This is the quintessential list for all the fun songs you need to spruce up your Summer 2013. Here it goes: “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk featuring Pharrell “Jenny” by Studio Killers “Lolita” by Leah LaBelle “Need U (100%)” by Duke Dumont featuring A*M*E “& It Was You (Elite Gymnastics Remix) by How To Dress Well “Peanut Butter” by RuPaul featuring Big Freedia “Lover” by Inna “Come & Get […]
Okay, so Daft Punk are back with a brand new sound (that borrows from the 70s’ a lot). They are bringing the groove back to electronic music with this one and we are loving every minute of it!
Linda Perhacs is a California dentist who recorded the legendary psychedelic folk record Parallelograms back in 1970. The album disappeared without much of a proper release and Linda went back into dentistry, only to discover a new generation of fans and artists (like Devendra Banhart, Daft Punk, and Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth) hailing her album as an influential masterpiece 40 years later. This is just a snippet of her contribution to freak folk way before it become a genre.
Loft965.com previously recommended Sam Sparro‘s “Pink Cloud,” which was availble for free on his website with a couple of remixes and a b-side. Well, it turns out that B-side was one of the most stellar tracks of the year. In the same vein, “You’re A Nasty” adopts the styles of 90s’ fashion house music propogated by acts like Alphabeat and, now, Hercules And Love Affair. But, this track not only has the catwalk beats, it has both dirty lyrics and […]
Sam Sparro has put the finishing touches on his second album, which will feature the free track he offered on his website. Apparently “Pink Cloud” is not a single and only a teaser of his current direction. So the first single’s supposed to come out anytime soon. The album has no title as of yet, but will be here around summer or even sooner. Do you like the alliteration in the title?
Sam Sparro‘s sophomore slump is a work of alliteration. Well, this song is up and sounds like something from an early 90s’ catwalk, which we love every piece of. We are not too sure about the vocals, but something sounds so right about this. We are loving the arrangement and the video that goes with it.