Posts Tagged ‘Van Bobbi’

July 14, 2017

I wasn’t the biggest Spice Girls fan on earth, but I admit, I was quite fond of many of their irresistible pop songs, including 2 Become 1. I even dug that hand movement the girls would carry out to the song’s chorus in its video. Today, we’re afforded a stellar re-visit of that ballad, thanks to Los Angeles based artist VAN BOBBI. His cover of 2 Become 1 transforms its saccharine pop into sleek chopping, shiny surging future bass. It’s quite the sweepingly creative total re-work of the song. You can also stream VAN BOBBI’s 2 become 1 on Spotify, here.

December 14, 2016

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December 13, 2016

I must have passed through Morro Bay as a child countless of times, having taken bountiful road trips down to Southern California with my parents on scenic Highway 1. I suddenly find myself wanting to re-visit the town and explore its coastal beauty whilst dancing to my heart’s content to the sun drenched, synth luscious beats of Van Bobbi’s Morro Bay. The LA artist drenches us with disco flashy Chromeo meets Capital Cities like indie dance embellished with creamy swooning vocals. Summer never ends here. Romance lasts forever. A warm breeze tousles my hair as a golden sunset adorns the horizon for all eternity. Morro Bay is a free download, here.

September 15, 2016

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September 13, 2016

Amelia Earhart (Never Come Down) might be Van Bobbi’s debut single, but some might find his creamy smooth cooing familiar to the ears. After all, the now Los Angeles based singer songwriter and producer used to release music under the names Collaj and 8th Grader when he resided right here in San Francisco. Now, he gives us a riveting brand of progressive soul and alt pop on his first track as Van Bobbi. We’ll always envision Amelia Earhart high up in the sky, bravely daring fate and breaking stereotypes, a legend that will “never come down” regardless of what mysterious end she may have met. Van Bobbi captures that resolute spirit on his production resplendent ode, a rhythmic drumming, key tinkling, synth clobbering burst of melodic lifting vivacity.