Posts Tagged ‘Move On’

May 19, 2018

Camille Trust’s voice is ridiculously good on her new single Move On, which made its premiere on Billboard earlier this week. It’s beautifully captivating yet smoky raw, encapsulated in the sparse soundscape of the bluesy soulful ballad. The artist from NYC sings about heartbreak and loss on the single from her debut EP, No Other Way, which will be released on May 25th. She’ll be celebrating its release with a sure to be stunning album release show on May 26th at National Sawdust in Brooklyn. 
Move On was written following the separation of an extremely influential person in her life, the song reflects the feelings that were unfamiliar to Trust. “I’m the type of person that would rather have a raw and real relationship than waste time with quick satisfactions,” she reflects on the breakup. “Making the smart decision isn’t always easy and I didn’t know if I could see out to the other side. It’s important to feel and breathe through that pain. During that time, it was difficult for me to speak my mind out loud in conversation, but when this song was created I tapped into a new wave inside of me.” Camille gained a loyal following with her first two singles, No Matter and Lose You earlier this year. Her stage presence and her soulful ambiance have been compared to both Janis Joplin and Amy Winehouse. Move On can also be streamed via Spotify, here.

May 9, 2018
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Bust out your dancing shoes and get ready for something chic and sexy as we dive into Super Flat’s Move On. Moving is a requirement when it comes to the Knoxville synthpop and dance pop artist’s glossy sleek jam, which carries hints of Chromeo’s dapper electro-funk and swanky disco pop, but smoothed out with Cut Copy’s shiny veneer. For another taste of Super Flat’s super pop, check out last year’s Land of Dreams below, and shimmy your heart out to its luscious groove. Move On is available, here.

February 2, 2017
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Take a deep breath before you dive into the haunting world of Glabs’ minimalist production, because you’re about to be engulfed into a dark aching abyss in which every longing chord, clattering beat, and tense string will draw out shivers and chills. Move On is a downtempo electro soul ballad featuring poignant vocals by Parisian singer songwriter Bastien Picot. His somber lamenting voice teeters its way across French composer and producer Glab’s intense rousing tapestry of textured sound. This minimalist stuttering canvas evokes a combination of James Blake with SOHN. It’s a remarkable, time stopping journey. Move On is out now on iTunes.

February 28, 2016
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An Israeli artist named Dorj is sending tingles up and down my spine with his electro R&B and alt pop music. Dorj released his three track EP, FORGETMOVEONDONTCARE, this past Friday. From that potent collection comes Forget, a stark and absolute, mournful but seductive single. It exudes such lustful anguish in its crisp, clarion vocals and spaciously echoing production. For more of Dorj’s riveting, powerful music, stream FORGETMOVEDONTCARE’s second single, Move On, below. Both tracks remind me of a Autre Ne Veut, but framed in a sharper, more glossy electronic soundscape. 

February 26, 2016

A re-visit of Cinema’s Move On is an obvious necessity now that the Birmingham five piece has released a music video for the infectious track. The self produced song is a lustrously hooking indie pop song, but despite its vivid glow, it brims with bittersweet nostalgia. I’m left both lulled by the melodic song and mired in self reflection. Purchase Move On from iTunes.

February 2, 2016
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I don’t want to move on from the sublime paradise I’ve wandered into, thanks to Cinema’s Move On. The indie/alt five piece from Birmingham boast a diverse musical background, playing a plethora of instruments between wich they swap duties during shows. On self produced single, Move On, they’ve given us a bittersweet heart render, a summery sparkler dipped in maudlin goo. Move On is available now on iTunes.

June 14, 2014
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Earlier this year, Israeli electronic trio Garden City Movement swept me off my feet with their beautiful, downtempo song Move On, a tour de force of dreamy emotion. Now, they’ve released Bengali Cinema, a more uptempo, hooking jam. It’s completely different compared to Move On and was quite a surprise, albeit a very sweet one, when I pressed play on it. Bengali Cinema quickly reminds me of Friendly Fires and Foals, but more hazy and dreamy. It’s the title track off an EP coming out June 23 on BLDG5 Records. I think I’m in love with it. Sigh.

June 14, 2014
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Earlier this year, Israeli electronic trio Garden City Movement swept me off my feet with their beautiful, downtempo song Move On, a tour de force of dreamy emotion. Now, they’ve released Bengali Cinema, a more uptempo, hooking jam. It’s completely different compared to Move On and was quite a surprise, albeit a very sweet one, when I pressed play on it. Bengali Cinema quickly reminds me of Friendly Fires and Foals, but more hazy and dreamy. It’s the title track off an EP coming out June 23 on BLDG5 Records. I think I’m in love with it. Sigh.

May 7, 2014
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I was floored by the beauty of Israeli trio Garden City Movement’s song Move On a month ago. It was the kind of listen that induced endless chills and raised countless goosebumps. The trio have unveiled a new tune, off their forthcoming EP Bengali Cinema, out June 23 on BLDG5 Records. Terracotta is another haunting, ethereal tune filled with shimmering, exotic atmosphere. It’s syrupy thick and post dubstep-y glitchy. Watch the video for Move On again below.

May 7, 2014
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I was floored by the beauty of Israeli trio Garden City Movement’s song Move On a month ago. It was the kind of listen that induced endless chills and raised countless goosebumps. The trio have unveiled a new tune, off their forthcoming EP Bengali Cinema, out June 23 on BLDG5 Records. Terracotta is another haunting, ethereal tune filled with shimmering, exotic atmosphere. It’s syrupy thick and post dubstep-y glitchy. Watch the video for Move On again below.