Posts Tagged ‘Strange’

February 8, 2015
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Playful, lightly bouncing disco and funk vibes meander along whimsically on UK alt electronic trio Patawawa’s charmer of a single Strange, along with its irresistible bass line and breezy horns. The immensely hooking tune comes along with a colorful new music video, which you can view below. Strange is a warm gem sure to get your feet tapping in jocund liveliness. The endearing song is off Patawawa’s upcoming EP, Knowleston Palace, out March 16. The catchy lyrics on Strange are some of my favorite of the moment. How can you not fall in love with: “It’s like a sabbatical, intensely fanatical, with nothing problematic, it’s strange” to that punchy beat and balmy air?

August 21, 2014
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I’ve been keeping my eye on British artist Charlotte OC since the songstress fascinated and enamored me with Colour My Heart late last year. She fell quiet for months after, before returning with a sultry, dark treat, named Strange, a bewitching blend of Lana Del Rey like raspy vocals and BANKS like electronic production. It was well worth the wait. Revisit Colour My Heart with me below, a song that appeals to that part of me that really loves The Jezabels, though Charlotte OC is far more synthy and haunting.

August 21, 2014
https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/164094578/stream?client_id=3cQaPshpEeLqMsNFAUw1Q?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

I’ve been keeping my eye on British artist Charlotte OC since the songstress fascinated and enamored me with Colour My Heart late last year. She fell quiet for months after, before returning with a sultry, dark treat, named Strange, a bewitching blend of Lana Del Rey like raspy vocals and BANKS like electronic production. It was well worth the wait. Revisit Colour My Heart with me below, a song that appeals to that part of me that really loves The Jezabels, though Charlotte OC is far more synthy and haunting.