Remember Hot Chip? Band member Joe Goddard has just come out with this absolute stomper of a track. Get your socks off, you’ll dance them off anyway. Any song with the lyrics ‘Butt to Butt’ is a goer for us…
Taken from Joe Goddard’s – Endless Love EP out now on Greco-Roman.
Get it here: http://smarturl.it/EndlessLoveEP
Other Joe Goddard releases:
Taking Over EP: http://smarturl.it/TakingOver_EP
Gabriel EP: http://smarturl.it/GabrielEP
Harvest Festival: http://smarturl.it/HarvestFestival
Director: Camilla &#
Nottingham four-piece Amber Run are a band with a lot of feels. This eery easy listener is drip fed with a solid beat and light synth. A nice tune.
Having deliberately chosen a name with no obvious connotations, Amber Run are determined to stand aside from the herd. “I’d rather be timeless than cool,” says Joe. “We’re not writing edgy music that sounds like 2014 – it’s music for the whole decade, not just for now. We want people to be coming back to our music in 20 years.”
Amber Run just got the green light to start sweeping up music lovers for all the ages. From tiny sparks…
Australian/Swedish electro-pop duo Say Lou Lou have come along with a bang. This poppy fun track will get you dancing around your bedroom shouting ‘woman power!’
Say Lou Lou (formerly Saint Lou Lou) are a twin sister musical duo hailing from Australia and Sweden. Miranda and Elektra Kilbey-Jansson (born June 7, 1991) are the daughters of Steve Kilbey, a longtime member of Australian band The Church and Karin Jansson, ex-girlfriend and recording partner of Kilbey (and before then a member of Swedish new wave band Pink Champagne). They grew up in both Australia and Sweden
This really is one teeny ass bopper tune. But we likey! The British Canadian DJ has found fame in the last few days with this lovely little summer stomper. Check it out.
Find out more at https://soundcloud.com/djvanic
Pennsylvanians The War On Drugs have hit an awesome crux between Arcade Fire and Bruce Springsteen with this tune. We’re big fat fans. Gowan the lads.
Who knew a subtle little playlist would make such a mark on our humble music blog. Since the success of our playlists, we’ve been featured in The Guardian every second week, nominated for an award, and continue to get loads of mails from bloggers, bands and musicians alike.
Find out what all the fuss is about below – take a listen to our three top playlists and let us know what you think! We’re also VERY open to criticism, and want to improve the site as much as possible. If there’s stuff you want, leave it in the comments and we’ll do our darndest to do it!
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British DJ and electronic producer Jon Hopkins is mad for the re-working these days. Following the re-work of his Immunity track ‘Breathe This Air’, where he added Purity Ring, he’s thrown Lulu James into another track ‘We Disappear’.
We love a bit of Robyn here on serenityb. The song featured on Annie Mac’s BBBC Radio show just two days ago, and has blown up. Looks like the accidental pop song will be an intentional hit.
Synthpop band Future Islands have popped out of Maryland and into the spotlight following their epic performance on David Letterman a coupld of weeks back. Most of the gossip surrounded lead singer Samuel T. Herring’s bizarre dance moves. But further investigation has uncovered that the band don’t have to rely on their dance moves – they make damn good songs too. Check it out.
Cash in your bets folks, the official Glastonbury lineup is out! Canadian Indie rockers Arcade Fire will top the bill at this year’s Glastonbury festival, followed closely by Kasabian making up the British contingent of the headlining pyramid. Festival organiser Michael Eavis had promised, new, fresh headliners, and he has done the job well. If you have tickets, lucky you. You will see every act that’s featured in top tens, best of, best up and comers lists in the past few years. It’s a musical feast!
Follow the updates on the official Glastonbury website: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/