The simple but effective house/dance-punk tune released by artist The Juan Maclean is a classic DFA track. Accompanying an ordinary set of lyrics with a stuttering, building beat, it never wears its welcome, even after 8 minutes.
The excellent lead single off her debut album is definitely her most poppy and accessible track off the record. While nothing matches the near perfect “Everything is Embarrassing”, “I Blame Myself” and this track are proof that she has not let up in creating some of the year’s best pop songs.
FIFA have always had a knack for choosing a soundtrack that not only appealed to listeners, but helped them to find music they would not have found elsewhere. This German highlight is a prime example of this, and stands as one of my favourites from the latest installment.
After building slowly, the track sets off and never really lets you go. Make sure you have headphones in on this track, absolute banger.
R.I.P. Lou Reed. Know you will never be forgotten.
One of the standout tracks off of the consistent and impressive new album by the English band, “Arabella” catches you off guard with its irresistible hook. This one will be kept in many a playlist while driving.
The consistently solid debut album by the young trio of girls, shows that they can not only revive a breezy pop sound, but add just enough slight touches to distinguish themselves from anyone else. The especially light track “Honey & I” bubbles along to a catchy guitar riff, and always keeps you interested,