Posts Tagged ‘Stalking Gia’

April 28, 2017

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 04.26.2017 – 04.27.2017

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April 27, 2017

Stalking is all I want to do, as creepy as that may sound, when it comes to this bewitching pop song from NYC chanteuse Stalking Gia. Siren, which the singer songwriter has tagged as “mermaid pop”, is like a magical underwater frolic. Its electronic pop shimmers ever briskly and vivaciously while Gia’s sprightly voice dances across the surface of the song with graceful vitality. Stalking Gia is a ‘siren’ indeed on this infectious gem, which even carries hints of glamorous disco funk within its opulently feathered plumes. For all its effulgent dreaminess, Stalking Gia describes the song as being about “a flesh eating mermaid”. I don’t know about you, but that makes the song even more alluring in my books. In fact, I’d love to learn all about flesh eating mermaids, maybe even watch a dark comedic/twisted romance Netflix series about them. Anyone? And Siren could be the theme song! The cheeky enchanting single follows on last year’s sensational pop hit Second Nature, which spawned so many fabulous remixes. Re-visit Stalking Gia’s prior releases on Soundcloud, here.

October 1, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 09.28.2016

Featured music – September 28th, 2016

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September 29, 2016

Stalking Gia’s breathy enchanting, sensual plush Second Nature gets an official Sean Turk treatment as the producer amplifies the song’s seductive qualities with a buttery gliding future re-work. This remix sizzles gently, lounging in a hazy thick bed of moist dripping beats and voluptuous wiggling bass. It runs across our skin softly, its nimble fingers leaving static electric shivers in their wake. The future bass remix is a free download, here.

July 15, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 07.12.2016

Featured music – July 12th, 2016

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July 13, 2016

The new video for Stalking Gia’s Second Nature is but another fabulous reason to re-visit this infectious tune. This artist from New York captivates with her breathy vocals, which remind me on this song of Phoebe Ryan but framed in the sensual plushness of WET, with a touch of Maggie Rogers’ earthy buoyancy. Second Nature’s soft sass and gentle frisk are thoroughly magnetic. The tune’s synthpop is infused with a hint of disco funk, light and airy, soothing and cool. Second Nature was produced by Brooklyn duo Noise Club, and it’s Stalking Gia’s first single of the year. Snag the track now from iTunes.

June 26, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 06.23.2016

Featured music – June 23rd, 2016

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June 24, 2016

Stalking Gia’s fabulous new tune is named Second Nature, and it persuades me that intoxicating synthpop does come as second nature to this New York chanteuse. Her breathy vocals glide effortlessly through the song’s misty electronic pop soundscape. There’s a soft sass and plucky frisk to the magnetic song, which exudes a saccharine fleeciness that reminds me of Phoebe Ryan but framed in the moist sensuality of WET and suffused with some gentle disco funk. Second Nature was expertly produced by Brooklyn duo Noise Club, and it’s Stalking Gia’s first single of the year.

May 22, 2015

A buddy introduced me to this new remix crafted by Irish producer Reuben Keeney, and its simply divine. He re-imagined New York artist Stalking Gia’s Born Free as a luscious deep house jam, molding it into a hypnotic and voluminous track that gives a spectacular, boundless sense of liberating depth and space. It instills in me an urge to magically transport myself to a vast and cavernous club floor to freely dance the night away, while the rest of the world is shut outside like a forgotten, insignificant mirage. The remix is Reuben Keeney’s first of the year, and he chose to re-emerge with an ace edit. You might recall Reuben closed out 2014 with that intoxicating remix of Jasmine Thompson’s cover of Sweet Child Of Mine. It’s obvious this guy knows how to properly make his exits and entrances.

May 19, 2015

Earlier today, SoySauce, the electronic duo from Washington, D.C. made up of producers Royal and SoyBoy, dropped their killer new EP, Lunch Money. Not only is the four track future bass release pure fire, but the release, available on iTunes, is a charity effort to raise money for kids who can’t afford school lunches. As if the music itself wasn’t compelling already, the fellas have made this EP even more of a treasure chest. For those who can’t afford their own school lunches, SoySauce has made the EP available for free download, too. While I’ve already featured one of my favorite tracks off the EP, Broken Record, featuring Joni Fatora, let’s turn our attention in this post to song number 3, a sparkling gem named Talking To Myself, featuring husky, riveting guest vocals by New York’s Stalking Gia. Her Phoebe Ryan meets Tove Lo like voice glides effortlessly along with the song’s booming drums and ominous undertone. Don’t forget to head over toe SoySauce’s soundcloud to listen to the full EP.