Bardot Miami welcomed Flight Facilities back to the carpet to celebrate their Three Year Anniversary! (Congrats Bardot!) The Australian based production duo combined blissed out pop production, dance floor hedonism and the intoxicating head rush of the best night of your life… It sure was one of our best nights on the carpet to date…
The Black Keys / RZA - The Baddest Man Alive
“The Man With The Iron Fists” Motion Picture Soundtrack
USA Album Release Oct 23 - Available Everywhere on CD/LP/Digital
NEW SONG // Flight Facilities - Clair De Lune (@flightfac)
Beautiful song! Will have on repeat for a while…
Flight Facilities at Bardot Miami (@flightfac @BardotMiami)
Stars - The North
LOVE the whole album!
Urban Cone - Kings & Queens
Urban Cone have been riding down the trail of success recently with a number of electronic-pop hits like “Freak” and their collaboration with Lucas Nord in “Let Us Stay Young“. These past couple of months the band have showed no signs of letting down, and their latest single “Kings And Queens” can help attest to that statement. Fun, quirky and captivating, “Kings And Queens” is just another fantastic Urban Cone single to put on the shelf, the only question is, ‘when’s about time we get an album?’.
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Sun Glitters - A Dragonfly In The City (Teen Daze Remix)
The Neighbourhood - Sweater Weather
“It’s too cold for you here, now, so let me hold both your hands in the holes of my sweater”.
It’s a pretty cutesy line from LA’s newest hipsters, who’s mystique keeps our attention solely on their music. Sweater Weather follows the release ofFemale Robbery in anticipation of the quintet’s debut EP ‘I’m Sorry’ released in May.
The Neighbourhood operate in a post-Lana world where retro is king - from the slide guitar sound, to the black and white videos (Female Robbery’s Hitchcockian imagery) and the final third of Sweater Weather that is more than a little suggestive of Chris Isaak’s Wicked Game. But this being 2012, that’s not all. It all begins with a pounding hip hop beat and the rhythms of the vocal delivery border on rap. It’s an irresistible and hypnotic fusion of styles that’s utterly ‘now’.
It’s the lyrics that tug at the heartstrings most though. Sexually-charged lines like “No shirt. No blouse. Just Us” depict teenage love with perfect economy of words. That central chorus lyric and its catchy melody are key though. Who says cool can’t be charming?
The Knocks - The Feeling
The Knocks have had a busy summer. From remixing Of Monsters and Men to playing All Things Go’s One Year Anniversary show, they’ve had their work cut out for them, to say the least. Fortunately for us, they show no sign of stopping. Their latest release “The Feeling” is a perfect end-of-the-summer jam that’s nothing short of anthemic. If you thought you had a hard time getting “Geronimo” out of your head, you’re in for a treat. Head over to iTunes for a download or stream the track below, and if you’re in NYC be sure to check out their single release party tonight at Le Baron.