Posts Tagged ‘Private Island’

October 11, 2017

It would be a “crime” not to share the latest song from Private Island, the Los Angeles six piece that has a knack for leaving us waltzing in dreamy bliss to their sleek seductive music. New single Crime is a glimpse of their highly anticipated album, Night Drive, and it fuses liquid funk with warm gooey synthpop, with a hint of West Coast roots mixed in between. Smooth buttery R&B cooing punctuates the song’s steamy prowl and rich warbling synths. Crime arrives after a summer of new releases as well as Private Island’s first headlining US tour. Come October 20th, Private Island will be heading out on a fresh fall tour that will bring them to Brick and Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco on December 1st. Crime can also be streamed via Spotify, here. Learn more about Private Island’s new tour on their website, here.

August 9, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 08.07.2017 – 08.08.2017

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August 8, 2017

If I actually had my own private island (one can dream…), I’d love to invite Private Island out for my own private weekend of serenading and jamming. We’d waltz across a moonlit beach to the Los Angeles six piece’s lusciously rippling, dreamy sauntering new treat, Juvenile, and gaze into the deep blue sea while lost in introspection to the song’s nocturnal R&B pop and sleek alt electro. Juvenile is lifted from Private Island’s forthcoming new album, Night Drive, arriving this fall. If a private island I can’t have, then a late night cruise to Juvenile could be very sublime, too. Juvenile out now on all digital platforms. You can also stream the plush suitor via Spotify, here.

July 10, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 07.05.2017 – 07.07.2017

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July 7, 2017

It’s a fabulous year for Los Angeles collective Private Island, who recently dominated the West Coast music scene and sold out headlining shows in LA. Not only are they embarking on their first headlining tour of the US later this year with Future Generations, but they’ll be releasing their third studio album, Night Drive, come fall. And they plan on making a slight departure from their indie rock of yore with a smoother R&B vibe, too, which can already be heard on new single Turbulence. The soft rippling, meditative paced alt song showcases Private Island’s new darker, more polished sound. The only turbulence to be found on the song is an emotional one. This is a slick gliding Private Island that greets our ears. The six piece band’s new molten single will be out tomorrow on all digital platforms. 

July 14, 2016

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July 12, 2016

Seabass happens to be one of my favorite types of fish to devour, so moist and flaky. As it turns out, I’ve found out that I like listening to Seabass too, particularly when its as mellifluous and lilting as it is when presented to me by Private Island. The Los Angeles six piece is dreamy languorous on the soft ambling number, though their song also builds to luscious peaks of jazz funky luxuriance. They put me in a sublime trance with the gorgeous indie rock taste from their brand new EP, Sunbreak, out now.

February 13, 2016

Drugs is such a common theme in music, but if you ask me, the best drug in the world is music. Private Island demonstrates just how intoxicating their music can be on their song Drugs, a muggy sleek groover and the latest fabulously snazzy treat from the Los Angeles six piece. These guys are dashing suave when it comes to crafting and delivering sultry swooners consisting of jazzy funk and steamy rock. Drugs is available now on Apple Music. The luxuriant song will also be on a new EP, releasing soon. 

October 30, 2015

Let’s return to this side of the pond for this next one, a sleek reverie of a jam from a Los Angeles based six piece named Private Island. This is one swanky island I’d love to hit up to get my chill groove on. New single Enough from the band’s sophomore EP, Sunbreak, carries hints of jazz and funk within its slinky smooth fusion of indie pop and rock. Compared to some of the band’s previous work that I listened to, the silken sunshine warmth of Enough seems a departure from their usual Kings Of Leon meets Young The Giant alt rock. The opulence and dreaminess of Enough is more than enough to deliver a blissful world of intoxication on this little island I find myself happily shipwrecked upon. Private Island’s new EP, Sunbreak, is due to release in the first half of 2016.