You may remember that I raved about this song a month or so ago. Well, it just got a seriously grooved-out remix by someone named Fallen. I don’t know who that is; I wish I did, so I could properly thank them. When those low bass notes hit during chorus, everything feels right. Enjoy.
OOOooo scary! Ghosts! It’s Halloween. But, these ghost don’t want to spook; they want to party. Do you feel that bass? It’s not frightening, but it will definitely send shivers up your spine. Is that a fucking disco guitar solo? You’re damn right! Let’s exorcise those funking demons! Chicago boys Ghosthouse are all about fun, and I am very much about it. “I can be your Clark Kent, baby. You can be my Louis Lane.” Carry on boys! Enjoy.
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I’m not sure how this song makes me feel. The vocals and synth melodies are so sweet and fun, but the static, walking pace rhythm of the lower tones makes me uneasy. I can’t be the only one, right? Enjoy.
Spies on Bikes is the stage name of Cleveland music producer, Nathan Cochran. He is currently signed to Orlando-based electronic label Relief In Abstract, which is how I found out about Cochran and this mix. If you never thought you would enjoy listening to a mashup of Mystikal and the Bee Gees, or Katy Perry and the Baja Men, then be prepared to beg for forgiveness. For 28 minutes, Spies on Bikes mashes all your favorite guilty pleasures into one deliciously enjoyable music smoothie. Enjoy.
A truly brilliant remix to a song that deserves nothing less. When the chorus kicks in, and those horns start singing, I lose myself to the groove. Enjoy.
If you’re going to Bonnaroo to shake, rattle, and roll, then I suggest you make it to a set by DJ Jonathan Toubin. The man is sure to have you movin’ and a groovin’ for some time. Ya Dig? Enjoy.
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Jonathan Toubin – Sunday, June 15 2:30 A.M & 5:00 P.M. – Silent Disco
Here’s what the holy people setting up Bonnaroo had to say, “NEW YORK NIGHT TRAIN is the party machine of dynamic DJ/nightlife visionary Jonathan Toubin who is currently changing the world one wild 45rpm hoodang at a time! Making life a spicier [place] by prompting folks to dance at rock shows, bars, art galleries, and other places that used to be no fun.” Now if that confuses you as much as it confused me let me try to explain: Jonathan Toubin is a DJ who spins classic soul 45″s and gets people to be on there baddest behavior. He’s playing two, three hour sets, so there is no excuse to miss doing the twist at some point at Bonnaroo.
I’ve been listening to this song nonstop this week, and although it’s from last year, I had to make it this weekend’s anthem. Without further adieu, “Baby”. Enjoy.
The song comes in with this cool vibe, and builds slowly, exploding in pop havoc. MNEK’s soulful voice amazes me, and combined with Harnett’s repetitive “Baby…,” your ears will be very pleased.