Posts Tagged ‘Move’

OFFICIAL VID: Pacific Air – Move

May 31, 2013

It been about a week since I caught Los Angeles indie pop act Pacific Air live and posted some great tidbits about them the next day, but here we are again. The act was once known as KOKO and was founded by two brothers. The live act includes several more touring members. Today, the brothers give us a video for their catchy song Move. These guys are going to gain even more buzz as we draw closer to the release of their debut album Stop Talking, which comes out soon on June 11 off Republic Records. All their songs I’ve heard so far are good, and the band was electrifying and energetic live. Float is still my favorite Pacific Air song.

OFFICIAL VID: Pacific Air – Move

May 31, 2013

It been about a week since I caught Los Angeles indie pop act Pacific Air live and posted some great tidbits about them the next day, but here we are again. The act was once known as KOKO and was founded by two brothers. The live act includes several more touring members. Today, the brothers give us a video for their catchy song Move. These guys are going to gain even more buzz as we draw closer to the release of their debut album Stop Talking, which comes out soon on June 11 off Republic Records. All their songs I’ve heard so far are good, and the band was electrifying and energetic live. Float is still my favorite Pacific Air song.

Acoustic Mausi

February 28, 2013

I’ve been digging UK pop act Mausi’s sound for awhile now, and I’m pretty sure they’re on the fringe of getting a crap ton of attention. Their most recent single Move is super dancey and catchy. Their older song Sol, which first placed them square on my radar, was also very upbeat and fun. As great as those songs are, I always enjoy my acoustic stripped down renditions of songs. The raw, live versions also tend to really showcase a band’s talent and vocals. Therefore, it was no big whooping surprise when the acoustic version of Move turned out to be great. You really don’t get to hear the fantastic vocals as clearly on the regular veresions. This shows a very different side of Mausi. If you’ve skipped over my previous Mausi features, go visit em. I’ll also tack on the regular cut of Move below. But please, go check out Sol and their acoustic performance of Disney Films on youtube (or via my old posts).

Acoustic Mausi

February 28, 2013

I’ve been digging UK pop act Mausi’s sound for awhile now, and I’m pretty sure they’re on the fringe of getting a crap ton of attention. Their most recent single Move is super dancey and catchy. Their older song Sol, which first placed them square on my radar, was also very upbeat and fun. As great as those songs are, I always enjoy my acoustic stripped down renditions of songs. The raw, live versions also tend to really showcase a band’s talent and vocals. Therefore, it was no big whooping surprise when the acoustic version of Move turned out to be great. You really don’t get to hear the fantastic vocals as clearly on the regular veresions. This shows a very different side of Mausi. If you’ve skipped over my previous Mausi features, go visit em. I’ll also tack on the regular cut of Move below. But please, go check out Sol and their acoustic performance of Disney Films on youtube (or via my old posts).

OFFICIAL VID: Mausi – Move

January 23, 2013

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Sweet! Here’s the video that UK indie pop act Mausi promised they’d release soon! Move is as infectious and addicting as an indie synthpop track can get. It’s perfect for shimmying on the dance floor. I’ve been raving about these guys since nearly a couple years ago, so I’m glad to see things moving on full speed ahead. The few other Mausi songs I’ve heard are just as catchy. While Sol is also very upbeat, they really deliver on the slow and soulful Disney Films too. I’ll reiterate again that Mausi are a band to watch in 2013. Tacking on those tracks below Move to prove my point. Booyah.

January 14, 2013
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UK indie pop act Mausi released their infectious song Move. It’s a warm, bright, anthemic song with some funky disco and electropop dance beats. These guys are planning a debut album for later this year. A music video for the synthpop song will be following shortly.