Posts Tagged ‘Emma louise’

October 5, 2017
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Manila Killa, the Moving Castle production artisan who’s also well loved for his role in Hotel Garuda, has given us his take on Flight Facilities’ disco dance bonanza Arty Boy featuring Emma Louise, and it’s an absolute zinger! We’re blasted with a warm gust of euphoria as this frisky prancing, choppy bounding future beats gold mine bursts with dazzling bright brilliance. Manila Killa’s remix hits all digital retailers on Friday. Catch him in the mist of his tour with Robotaki, dates and details, here.

September 14, 2017
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Australia seems to have an endless sea of production talent at any given moment. I could start a whole new blog and focus my attention solely on Australian electronic artists and still have my plate fully loaded every day. It’s a mega Australian affair as Swindail gives Flight Facilities’ disco groovy Arty Boy, featuring Emma Louise, a mighty sweet remix. The frothy curling, bubbly tossing electro edit is pure entrancing ecstasy, yet it stays true to the original’s teasing charm. The official remix is available, here. Alongside Swindail’s remix comes another sublime edit by Soulection talent Jarreau Vandal, and it’s a must listen, too. Take his snazzy grooving, funky chic remix for a spin below.

June 21, 2017

We have a new set of features prepped and ready to share, and we’re hoping we’ll have time to start on them tonight. But for now, we’re going to have to stop everything for this, because it’s new FLIGHT FACILITIES! That’s right, our favorite Australian disco dance purveyors are back with their first new song in three years. Arty Boy is a decadent and luxuriant return. Its smooth pizzazz and honeyed disco extravagance are everything we’ve been missing about this beloved pair. The song even features Australian singer songwriter Emma Louise on golden luscious guest vocals. Arty Boy is a song that takes me right back to the days of my Crave You and Foreign Language obsessions. The single arrives with a music video, directed by German collective Jünglinge, which tells a strange little tale about a couple who were friends with the Guvernator, Arnold Schwarzenegger. Hopefully this glamorous new tune is a sign of much more to come soon from Flight Facilities. Arty Boy is out now via Future Classic.

August 15, 2016
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August 15, 2016

Australian singer songwriter Emma Louise has revealed a captivating music video for her latest song, West End Kids. The peculiarly intriguing visuals are an obvious exploration of cult life. The clip also gives us the perfect opportunity to dive into the latest single off of Emma Louise’s new album Supercry, out now on Liberation Music. West End Kids is mellifluous lilting. It’s a smooth gliding, bittersweet drifting pop beauty on which Emma Louise’s immaculate voice shines with supple brilliance. Her album Supercry can be purchased from iTunes.

April 2, 2016

It’s only been a week since Emma Louise’s Talk Baby Talk surfaced, a song which I promptly shared on IHM with much zeal. But now that a music video has been released, I can’t resist returning to the spectacular song. Not only is its new video an intense watch, but the restless song itself is just as riveting as the very first time I heard it. It simmers gloomily, a dark and alluring electronic pop tale about a dying relationship. Talk Baby Talk will be on the Australian singer songwriter’s second full length, due out mid-year. 

March 23, 2016
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Emma Louise’s voice simmers and smolders on the Australian singer songwriter’s new downtempo electronic pop song Talk Baby Talk. The moody tale about a dying relationship is heavily mesmerizing, a spectacularly produced and sultrily powerful song driven by an immense voice. It’s hard not to wax melancholic over failed relationships of the past while deeply mired in this incredibly hooking song.

November 12, 2015
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I’ve apparently made a grave mistake in the past several years. Up till today, I let Australian singer songwriter Emma Louise slip by me with her music. Fortunately, the pop artist has returned to haunt me with her husky voice on sweeping ambient piano ballad Underflow. Lykke Li darkness and Cat Power poignancy inundate me in crisp, glum beauty. Emma Louise will have a new album out next spring,k and this time around, I’m in the know and paying close attention.

November 11, 2014
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Norwegian producer Lido sure knows how to pick em for his remixes. His remix of Alt-J’s Left Hand Free from last week still has my mouth wide agape, and here he is again, remixing a song from yet another act I’m very much fond of. This week, Lido offers up a remix of Australian electronic act Flight Facilities’ Two Bodies, featuring Emma Louise. I’ve been having a blast bumping Flight Facilities’ debut album Down To Earth lately, and one of my favorite new songs on the release is Two Bodies, a more downtempo treat compared to some of their other upbeat dance numbers. Unexpectedly, Lido slows it down even more, turning down and giving it a glamorous plushness, fully pillowy and dreamy. This will be a delicious late night treat, far more serene than some of the other future bass and chill trap tunes I’m used to from Lido.

November 11, 2014
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Norwegian producer Lido sure knows how to pick em for his remixes. His remix of Alt-J’s Left Hand Free from last week still has my mouth wide agape, and here he is again, remixing a song from yet another act I’m very much fond of. This week, Lido offers up a remix of Australian electronic act Flight Facilities’ Two Bodies, featuring Emma Louise. I’ve been having a blast bumping Flight Facilities’ debut album Down To Earth lately, and one of my favorite new songs on the release is Two Bodies, a more downtempo treat compared to some of their other upbeat dance numbers. Unexpectedly, Lido slows it down even more, turning down and giving it a glamorous plushness, fully pillowy and dreamy. This will be a delicious late night treat, far more serene than some of the other future bass and chill trap tunes I’m used to from Lido.