Posts Tagged ‘Mind’

May 30, 2018

Scarlet Pleasure has without a doubt been our favorite Danish upstart since the trio first swooned us with their satiny twisting R&B pop on Deja Vu last year. The breakout project has since captured hearts aplenty with their 2017 EP Lagune, and they’ve finally unveiled their first new music of 2018 in slick romping, whimsically capering Mind, which you can stream via its music video above, as well as a sultry simmering jam named Let Go, which can be previewed via Soundcloud below. Mind is a sleek cruising treat that showcases Emil Goll’s silky crooning and the band’s innovative pop, ever so gently checkered with balmy sweltering R&B, funk, and soul. It’s a smooth lurcher of a luscious bop whose video was directed by Scarlet Pleasure themselves, alongside Stine 

Thorbøll and DolceRocca. Their new songs are out now on Copenhagen Records. 

May 15, 2017

I never thought I’d see the day when Slow Magic and Kate Boy would end up on the same track, so Mind is pretty much a dream come true for this devout fan of both the masked producer and the Swedish/Australian synthpop project. We haven’t heard from either of them in quite some time, yet here they are, dishing out energetic thrumming vibes on Mind. Slow Magic showcases his visionary brilliance on the icy glistening, swift shimmering electronic aria, whose other worldly beauty and rich glacial consistency is the perfect scenery for Kate Boy’s bewitching Scandi-pop vocals. Mind fills me with wonder on this cold spring morning. It seems to break us free of all things mundane and push us up towards the stars. Anything seems possible, all of a sudden. Purchase or stream Mind via digital outlets, here.

March 7, 2015

It would seem that I’ve been featuring a track a day off Jack Ü’s debut album Skrillex & Diplo Present Jack Ü, but how can I not, considering the number of ridiculously good tunes off it? Today, I’m focusing in on album track Mind, featuring Kai, and what some people guess to be Sonny Moore’s own voice singing on the chorus, too. Mind is definitely one of the more banging and most trappy tracks I’ve featured off the album so far, with its signature Diplo meets Skrillex high energy sound.