Posts Tagged ‘Stones’

June 23, 2017
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We’ve been praising Emmit Fenn profusely since the day he brought us Painting Greys, so it should come as no surprise that we’re head over heels for Emmit’s debut EP, Prologue, a whopping nine track release which includes all the songs we’ve been enamored with in these past months, plus some fresh new gems. It feels like the Los Angeles by way of Berkeley singer songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer could move mountains with the sheer emotive power of his electronic music. Just listen to new EP track Stones, which slow builds from understated anguish to passionately pummeling, battle ready future bass grandeur. Emmit Fenn’s debut EP Prologue, out via TH3RD BRAIN Records, can be experienced in full on Soundcloud, here. Purchase from iTunes, here.

June 30, 2016
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I can bet on it that you’ve never heard the Stones in quite this fashion. Vermont duo argonaut&wasp have created a jaunty sweet cover of The Rolling Stones’ classic Beast Of Burden, but this is an airy light, synth sliding dance pop delight! In fact, its candy warped moments remind me of some of Prince’s whimsically grooving delights, but fused with some light hearted Cherub. The cover came about since argonaut&wasp played the book release party for Rich Cohen’s The Sun & The Moon & The Rolling Stones, and I couldn’t be happier that they put their heads together to rework, reinterpret, and create addictive covers of iconic stone’s songs.

November 14, 2014
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I have a soft spot for dark electropop music, and I seem to succumb even more when the music happens to have enchanting, icy Scandinavian roots, as in this case, on majestic new single Sculpture, from Disa. Disa was originally from Iceland, but she now resides in Denmark. The ethereal Sculpture is a glorious introduction to the new chanteuse, a perfect treat for those who love other Scandinavian talents like Bjork, The Knife, and Oh Land. There’s also plenty of dramatic, trip hoppy Zero 7 and sultry BANKS on the tune. For another taste from Disa that also embodies the above comparisons, check out gorgeous earlier single Stones below.

November 14, 2014
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I have a soft spot for dark electropop music, and I seem to succumb even more when the music happens to have enchanting, icy Scandinavian roots, as in this case, on majestic new single Sculpture, from Disa. Disa was originally from Iceland, but she now resides in Denmark. The ethereal Sculpture is a glorious introduction to the new chanteuse, a perfect treat for those who love other Scandinavian talents like Bjork, The Knife, and Oh Land. There’s also plenty of dramatic, trip hoppy Zero 7 and sultry BANKS on the tune. For another taste from Disa that also embodies the above comparisons, check out gorgeous earlier single Stones below.

Rolling Stones!

October 11, 2012

I know I’m a little belated on this one, but when I saw the announcement very late last night, I was lazy, sorry. For those who haven’t checked it out yet, The Rolling Stones returned with a brand new single in the wee hours of the night. Here’s the lyric video for stomping rock and roll tune Doom and Gloom. Someone please say that in a very dramatic, deep voice.. DOOM and GLOOM!!! It’s the first new material from the Stones in seven long years. I wouldn’t say it’s life changing, but hey, they’ve still got it, right? It’s the Rolling Stones!!! Doom and Gloom will be on their upcoming greatest hits collection GRRR! The new album has a release date of November 13 in North America (12 for the rest of the world). 

Rolling Stones!

October 11, 2012

I know I’m a little belated on this one, but when I saw the announcement very late last night, I was lazy, sorry. For those who haven’t checked it out yet, The Rolling Stones returned with a brand new single in the wee hours of the night. Here’s the lyric video for stomping rock and roll tune Doom and Gloom. Someone please say that in a very dramatic, deep voice.. DOOM and GLOOM!!! It’s the first new material from the Stones in seven long years. I wouldn’t say it’s life changing, but hey, they’ve still got it, right? It’s the Rolling Stones!!! Doom and Gloom will be on their upcoming greatest hits collection GRRR! The new album has a release date of November 13 in North America (12 for the rest of the world).