Monthly Archive for March, 2011
Check out this cool remix of Deee-lite’s 1990 Dancefloor Anthem “Groove Is In The Heart” by Gigamesh.
Or you can buy the original plus the Very Best of Deee-lite from iTunes
You can buy the original Erotice City by Prince on iTunes
Here’s a fun video for a Friday. Hardcore Girls has been around for a long time, but Rye Rye has just released this video. Kind of a throwback to an old MIA clip.
If you like Rye Rye check out Kiss Kiss Kiss by Kid Sister.
At this time of year record labels start unveiling their brand new releases. Following the winter blues and taking full advantage of the feel-good Spring vibe, they know it’s a good time to persuade us to part with our hard-earned cash.
Although there is a wealth of fresh music available, three female artists are leading the pack. These ladies have built a reputation for high quality music and so there is strong anticipation surrounding their latest offerings. Contemporary, yet old school, each album is laced with a cool retro feel, almost like a young child with an old soul.
Adele – 21
Every so often the UK floods the market with an array of musical talent. The latest Brit invasion has involved solo female artists who each bring a unique interpretation of Organic Soulful Pop. Adele is in great company, joining Amy Winehouse, Estelle, Duffy, Corrine Bailey Rae and Norah Jones. Her second album, “21” is named after her age when she recorded it, and follows her Grammy Award winning debut “19.”
Adele has clearly grown in those two years and so this album has much more maturity. These bluesy, well-crafted songs are not as folky as her previous release and her powerful vocal delivery has greater passion. Like a modern Dusty Springfield, Adele takes you to the heart of the matter. Bitter at times, yet understanding, this is how lost love sounds.
Standout tracks include the opener “Rolling in the deep”, a cover version of The Cure’s “Love Song” and the ballad “One & Only”.
Read the rest of the article at DigN2it Magazine