Posts Tagged ‘Follow Me’

August 30, 2015
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Earlier this year, an Australian act named Life Is Better Blonde blew me away with an intoxicating debut single named Mine, which reminded me of both James Blake and Chet Faker. Well, he’s back, and he follows it up with another spectacular song named Follow Me. A touch of gospel, plenty of striking piano, that phenomenal voice, finely textured production, and a rousing performance make Follow Me a fiercely moving experience. Once again evoking James Blakes’ soulful piano ballads, Follow Me also reminds me again of Chet Faker, with a touch of Jack Garratt and some James Vincent McMorrow. This one will haunt and torment your heart and soul, in such a divine and sublime way.

April 4, 2015
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IRIS is a synthpop artist from Canada, and she easily stands out from the usual steady onslaught of female electronic pop artists in the scene with her new single Follow Me. It’s a magnificent and affecting song with a fierce groove that evokes La Roux, pulsing bleepy bloopy production that makes me think of Crystal Castles, as well as a vivacious and expansive M83 like vastness. Follow Me is a song carrying endless cheeky sass and bold confidence. IRIS will be releasing a debut EP later this year on Cult Nation.

September 6, 2014
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Two awesome previously featured electronic acts team up on this next massive Friday house banger, Follow Me. New York production duo Disco Fries got together with fellow East Coast producer Gazzo and created this vibrant, fist pumping vocal track that features Jones. The track was first premiered a few months ago at EDC Vegas, where I have a feeling it was a huge hit with the crowd. Now, they’ve set it free on Strictly Rhythm / Simply Delicious Music, and just in time for our weekend, too. Thanks, guys. I’m off on a long road trip later, and this is helping to pump me up!

September 6, 2014
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Two awesome previously featured electronic acts team up on this next massive Friday house banger, Follow Me. New York production duo Disco Fries got together with fellow East Coast producer Gazzo and created this vibrant, fist pumping vocal track that features Jones. The track was first premiered a few months ago at EDC Vegas, where I have a feeling it was a huge hit with the crowd. Now, they’ve set it free on Strictly Rhythm / Simply Delicious Music, and just in time for our weekend, too. Thanks, guys. I’m off on a long road trip later, and this is helping to pump me up!

June 5, 2014
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For another dose of get-up-and-dance worthy house goodness, you must stream this new remix of Manchester electropop act Futurecop!’s Eyes, which features Toronto songstress Lyon. There are endless deep, resounding beats and mesmerizing snares on the remix by Brooklyn duo Follow Me. If you missed my feature of the 80’s evoking synthpop original, off Futurecop!’s new album Fairytales of Summer Shoegazers, have a listen below.

June 5, 2014
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For another dose of get-up-and-dance worthy house goodness, you must stream this new remix of Manchester electropop act Futurecop!’s Eyes, which features Toronto songstress Lyon. There are endless deep, resounding beats and mesmerizing snares on the remix by Brooklyn duo Follow Me. If you missed my feature of the 80’s evoking synthpop original, off Futurecop!’s new album Fairytales of Summer Shoegazers, have a listen below.

OFFICIAL VID: Muse – Follow Me

December 12, 2012

Follow Me is one of several of my favorite tracks off Muse’s latest album The 2nd Law. It’s one of the few that seems to really harken back to early Muse (with a bit of extra oomph in the bass), reminding me more of tracks off early albums Origins of Symmetry and Absolution. It’s hard to believe it’s been over a decade since Origins of Symmetry, time sure flies. Muse has become such a superpower in the machine since then. Way to conquer the world, fellas! I was just at local radio station Live 105’s Not So Silent Night music fest the other night when I recounted to my friend the NSSN I went to ages ago when Muse was one of the earlier openers (as were The Killers and a few others). I realized that was back in 2004! Sheesh. Anyway, check out the show footage video for Follow Me. It’s such a grand, classic sounding Muse track that live footage is probably most fitting of the song, bringing me back in time and creating a wave of nostalgia. Muse, you still rock my socks off sometimes.

Follow Me

November 2, 2012

Hooray, Muse released a lyric video for The 2nd Law track Follow Me! It’s one of my favorite tunes on the new album. The song brings me back to older Muse music, which is still my favorite Muse music. The difference is in how some of the background synthy beats are arranged (hear that wobbly influence?). It does add to the song. Pretty wicked stuff, if you ask me. Overall, the melody and vocals are definitely traditional Muse. I guess we’ll be seeing a new video for this very shortly!

September 28, 2012
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Ready for a blast from the past? Depending on which decade you were born in, TLC may have been a huge milestone in your music soundtracked life. Their 1999 album Fan Mail was a timeless one, and it brings back so many memories when I hear anything off it nowadays. Those were good songs, by a wonderful, ground breaking all female hip hop band. If you were like me, the death of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes was heartbreaking and far too early. RIP, Left Eye. One of the stand out songs off Fan Mail was Unpretty. The song not only sounded 90’s delicious, but it helped many young ladies overcome self doubt and appearance issues. This beauty of a song received a brand new remix treatment by NYC duo Follow Me. The new version is a chill, electric rendition that updates the track to the current 90’s throwback based sound that has been making a strong comeback. Note, I said “updates” and not “upgrades”. The original is still untouchable. ❤ you, TLC.