Five new firecrackers to fuel the most popular days of the week…
‘Work Energy Principle’ by THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS (Manchester, UK)
A 9-minute trance trip fabricated by the trance trip experts. Play this on your
headphones, very loud, and pirouette yourself into oblivion. Have yourself a
dance marathon with the Chemicals on repeat. It helps to forget these surreal
pandemic times for a while.
‘Blame It’ by MARLOW (East Sussex, UK)
Marlow is a fervent outfit out of East Sussex, UK. The band sucks listeners into their
world through a dynamic surge and zesty, modern approach. Their music is purely
about a feeling, told from the depths of their hearts and delivered with a hint of
Blame it is an instant knockout. A solid gold stormer “about the lack of communication in relationships and how people try to avoid responsibility for their issues by shifting the blame onto others and coming up with excuses.” In a normal world, this cracker should be a big hit. Its sickly sticky pop melodiousness, its speedy punch, its steamed-up vocals, and its fiery chorus are simply irresistible. Don’t blame Marlow. They rock big time!
‘Honey I Believe’ by TRICKSHOOTER SOCIAL CLUB
An ablaze band from Chicago prepping for their third studio release next week.
This first single made my fingers snap, my feet tap, and my head twist from the
flaming get-go. This rollin’ ripper gets under your skin and in your veins without
asking permission, and, trust me, you’ll love it. Clear your room and lose yourself.
Feel the beat here…
‘Trap Door’ by MOVIE CLUB
Formed in October 2018, Movie Club is instrumental power out of Venice Beach, California.
Their fifth studio album ‘Fangtooth‘ out August 10th.
If you look cool, you act cool, you produce cool instrumental electricity, and you visualize the vibes with a cool video you must be cool duo Movie Club. Invent your own lyrics while this psych blaster infiltrates your hungry ears.
Start the film…
‘Find My Way’ by PAUL McCARTNEY
See/hear you next week, music junkies…