I’ve stumbled upon this stunningly good alt-pop song by Bishop Briggs some days ago while driving through the Bavarian forest and listening to FM4’s Top 100 Tracks of 2016. Especially like Sarah McLaughlin’s emotional voice over this minimal but effective beat, including a few handclaps and a simple guitar melody. The recipe stays the same cause it’s adding by subtracting.
Since I broke up with my TV many years ago it happens on some evenings that I get lost online for hours. Almost like a little ceremony – things I did want to look up pop up in my mind. I start at one point and find myself following the links and endless paths through the internet. Sometimes I just clean my tabs, close the ones I don’t need anymore or leave new ones open as my bucket list for the next days. Sometimes its just music I float through. Song by song. On other evenings it’s just pictures – Instagram, tumblr, pinterest…And then there are special evenings where Facebook is more fun watching than any show on Netflix. If everyone feels like he/she has to share his thoughts and feelings about what is happening in the world right now. You can be the silent watcher of people’s behaviour and reactions on events like the election yesterday. If you follow the right people (what a brilliant pun right now) this really makes fun…make yourself a cup of tea and get lost for a little while…
P.S. the gif that we usually use at the beginning I’ve put it last this time. It’s my favorite shared link by today :)
The probably most intelligent link I’ve found today is this one. And now…
And here is something to think about.
For those who overthink delusional disorder and stupidity in mankind now – take some deep breaths.
SAINT WKND took Midway – Set It Out (1984) out of his dad’s record collection and made his own interpretation. The result is a pretty catchy disco shaker that took me off my couch instandly. Make sure to grab this beauty, as it is available for free.
New York’s soulful duo Lion Babe released their debut album today and you can stream it below. I like the whole album and especially the already known singles ‘Wonder Woman (2012) prod. by Pharrell Williams’, ‘Treat Me Like Fire’ and ‘Jump Hi feat. Childish Gambino’ (2014).
I used to play Snakehips’ remix on several parties during the last year:
After three years Breakbot is back and is going to release his new album ‘Back For More’ in 2016 and we’re really looking forward to this. That’s what he’s saying about his upcoming album:
“The inspirations of this new album swing between californian music from the 70s and 80s and disco-funk – from Curtis Mayfield to Prince and Michael Jackson.”