Tag Archives: dance

Art vs Science – Create/Destroy

Having worked their way from the Unearthed front page through to widespread critical acclaim, a slot supporting The Chemical Brothers and even a number two album, Art vs. Science are the poster boys for the Australian unsigned scene. It has now been over four years since the Sydney three-piece dubbed ‘The Australian Daft Punk’ were […]

Swiss Lips – In The Water

After spending the month partying away with fans in East London, Swiss Lips have rounded up November in style with two quality free releases in quick succession. The first ‘Carolyn’ is a melodic electro-pop number which is currently available for free via the band’s Soundcloud, the second is today’s featured track ‘In The Water’. A […]

Chromeo – When The Night Falls

Today’s track is the first to concentrate on the serious business of Canadian electrofunk. Chromeo are a delicious duo who have probably been shifting boxes of old clothes and consoles into your subconscious for the last few years via FIFA soundtracks and V05 adverts, but it’s time to embrace the invasion. Although David Macklovitch and […]

Loreen – Euphoria

In celebration of the world’s finest musical extravaganza – Eurovision, today’s track of the day features the winning tune of this years competition which amazingly, is pretty damn good. Loreen made her initial steps into the music industry via the Swedish equivalent of American Idol back in 2004 and has since dabbled in television and […]

Flight Facilities – With You

Time to lay back and take a deep breath; enough with the mayhem of  last week’s melodic pop and earthy tones, it’s time for some simple, unembellished dance. Australians Flight Facilities have been jetting around our musical air zones for quite some time following the well received ‘Crave You’ and ‘Foreign Language’ and this time […]

Felix Cartal – Tonight (Feat. Maja Iversson)

Having released his album ‘Different Faces’ in late March to widespread acclaim, Canadian DJ Felix Cartal is finally hitting the heights his music deserves. The album itself is fantastically consistent although the track ‘Tonight’ protrudes further into the psyche than any other. Featuring the powerful vocals of The Sounds’ songstress Maja Iversson and stumbling, jumpy […]