Posts Tagged ‘Basement’

April 26, 2018

Just as we foretold, Toronto’s Jessie Reyez has become a shining star in the R&B pop scene. And now she’s lent her phenomenal voice to a new track from Atlanta hip hop artist Russ. It’s a slow burning, poignant aching elegy about love before fame, which Russ produced himself. Two beacons of light in the urban music soundscape unite flawlessly on deeply reflective Basement, which can be found on Apple Music, here.

April 20, 2018

Strap yourself in for a cosmic ride, because we’re about to dive into new k?d, the young wunderkind who’s taken us clear across the universe with his epic tracks in the past. New single Zero One fires on all pistons, quite literally, too. It’s a pneumatic rocket ship of a hard hitting, bass pounding vehicle, whose G-force acceleration will leave your pulse racing and your hands sweaty from the sheer exhilaration and seismic intensity of the spine-tingling expedition. Stream/download k?d’s heart-stopping bass house track, here.

February 9, 2018

I love giraffes. They seem rather silly and absurd with their huge long necks and their big purple tongues. In my opinion, you can never have enough giraffes in your life. Having this new project named More Giraffes around will undoubtedly spruce up your days, too. The new duo arrives out of Highland Park in Los Angeles to brighten our evening with their cheeky, balmy electro pop on Basement, a song that most certainly should not be tucked away in a dark, lonely cellar. Its ethereal and aerated, limber and prickly future pop melds Elohim with Vallis Alps or MØ with Sylvan Esso. More Giraffes was born when musicians Mark Hadley and Keeley Bumford collided over their shared passion for marrying internet culture with new wave futuristic pop music ideal for the modern attention span. More Giraffes says of their captivating debut: “Basement is our version of chill pop, complete with original synth sounds and pitched up vocal samples. The song is about the beauty of being loved even when you’re a belligerent hot mess heading straight for a shame spiral.“ You can take Basement for countless more spins on Spotify, here.

November 2, 2017

Queens based Korean-American producer and songwriter Yaeji is one of the hottest rising stars in the house music scene right now. The buzz surrounding the artist is jaw dropping, and it’s only going to continue to grow, particularly if Yaeji continues pushing boundaries and breaking new ground with songs like this new single, raingurl. The snazzy chic deep house and foggy shuffling garage on raingurl sports a wicked bassline, while Yaeji’s chiffon, rap-like vocals lead us into a deep dreamy trance. The hypnotic single is lifted from Yaeji’s highly anticipated ep2, out november 3rd via GODMODE. Pre-order from iTunes, here.

Radiohead’s performance From the Basement

August 18, 2011

This is only available for a “limited time”, whatever that means.  Their full session with the program From The Basement, spanning their whole King of Limbs album and more: