Posts Tagged ‘bluesy electronica’

November 2, 2017

Go Fuck Yourself is a heckuva jam from New York talent Two Feet, so when a new music video cropped up today for this entangling extension of his bluesy, jazzy electronica, we couldn’t help but give it a well deserved new share. Gnarly guitars dance a sexy dance with Two Feet’s sooty smooth vocals and the song’s spacious beats. Go Fuck Yourself is carnal and lascivious with a whole lot of bold attitude, and its pole dancing video is an appropriate companion, drenched in steamy red light. The song comes off of Two Feet’s excellent First Steps EP, which you can stream on Soundcloud, here. Support via Apple, here.

October 14, 2017

It’s been a wild and vindictive journey for this long time fan of Bishop Briggs, the Los Angeles based singer songwriter who took the world by storm with her fierce and sonorous voice as well as her bluesy rocking electronica. She’s as magnificent as ever on new single Dream, her first release since her phenomenal self-titled debut EP (aside from her ace collaboration with Cold War Kids). Bishop Briggs says of her resolute marching, sooty searing new anthem: 

“’Dream’ is unlike anything I’ve ever released. It was written with Dan Wilson who has never rested or settled on anything inauthentic. This song scares me and I think that’s what I find most liberating about it. ‘Dream’ is about having fears and doing your best to embrace them no matter how strenuous the grip is.”  Dream is an emotionally unshackling, spiritually freeing experience, driven by thunderous drums, a resounding choir, and of course, Bishop Brigg’s extraordinary voice. A debut album from Bishop Briggs is due to arrive next Spring. I’ll be restless with excitement for it, all the way through fall and winter. Find out about her extensive fall our, which includes opening dates with Alt-J and Bleachers, here. Dream can also be streamed via Spotify, here.