Little Boots' "Nocturnes" is a strong sophomore album, showcasing Victoria Christina Hesketh's matured sound without dismissing her disco pop touch The post Little Boots - Nocturnes appeared first on Nothing But Hope And Passion - NBHAP - Music Magazine & more .
We're bringing you deep, disco vibes aplenty this week, with a brand new line-up of some of the freshest jams we've been bumping as of late. The knights of feel good, French Express , make a dual appearance this time around with an incredible new one from Moon Boots , and a brilliant remix of one of the best tracks of last year, Chris Malinchak's So Good To Me, courtesy of UK producer EJECA . Up-and-comers Branded James and Dude Skywalker also bring the heat with some great new tunes. Each one of these tracks is a [...]
Little Boots Nocturnes On Repeat, 2013 Calificación: 7.0 Cómprenlo en: iTunes Por: @rulobn Durante los cuatro años entre el disco debut de Little Boots y el 2013, Victoria Hesketh ha sabido cómo adentrarse un poco más en un mundo que vive de la mezcla del baile y la oscuridad. Nocturnes , el título de su nueva producción, le hace [...]
Portada de 'Nocturnes'. Ayer, Little Boots estrenó el video correspondiente a su canción "Broken Record", primer sencillo de Nocturnes . Este álbum marca el regreso de Victoria Christina Hesketh a los escenarios. A través de Advance , pueden escuchar esta semana de principio a fin este disco, el cual mezcla la música disco , con el pop lleno de sintetizadores. Ideal para pasar un buen rato, disfrutar y bailar. Escuchen Nocturnes aquí . Parte del arte [...]
Nuevo video de Little Boots Victoria Christina Hesketh , la cantante inglesa mejor conocida como Little Boots , nos presenta el video que ilustra su sencillo "Broken Record". Contagiar de energía y hacer bailar a todos en un club nocturno no es fácil, pero ella lo hace en este nuevo trabajo visual, véanlo abajo. "Broken Record" forma parte del nuevo disco de Little Boots , el cual se titula Nocturnes y estará disponible la próxima semana.
Love the song, the video is ok - but the sleeve? It looks like it would be more suitable for a movie poster for the latest installment of Paranormal Activity. Filed under: Brit Brit Brit Tagged: broken record , little boots , nocturnes , video
Little Boots ( Victoria Hesketh ) lançou uma nova faixa esta semana, Broken Record . Ela fará parte do segundo álbum da cantora de eletro-pop, Nocturnes , que sai dia 7 de maio. Broken Record é eletrizante. Sintetizadores ao fundo acompanham a voz suave da inglesa e sinos tocam, anunciando o refrão. Outra faixa do sucessor de Hands , Motorway , foi disponibilizada mês passado. Escute as duas aqui embaixo:
I'm sure the pleasure was mostly ours when we interrupted Broken Records' recording sessions for their new LP and asked them to play a song for us, but frontman Jamie Sutherland duly obliged anyway and pulled up a stool in this old lecture theatre to belt out an acoustic version of a brand new song, Winterless Son . We've been huge fans of the band since wearing out their debut tour EP many years ago now and their as-yet-untitled new album, again due out on the marvelous 4AD label, really can't come soon [...]
Whether it’s liquid funk or real authentic funk, the harder-edged funky basslines / breakdowns have not surely been forgotten with these two examples of stringent D&B. DJs Zinc and DJ Fresh produce those heavy warping breakdowns and structure it around a whopping original foundation. Katy B’s vocals make an additional cherry topping on an already existing soulful piece of cake. KATY B – Broken Record (Zinc Remix) KATY B – Broken Record (DJ Fresh Future Jungle Mix)
Here's something from KC & The Binja Ninja aka MickSir from Australia and the new Time EP . The track New Day reminds me of nothing so much as the Oakenfold remix of U22s Even Better Than The Real Thing . It's the 90s choppy piano and almost prog house/trance chords. It's real wave your hands in the air and smile at the sun stuff. An unexpected pleasure. Here's clips of the rest of the EP Blurb: MickSir is back with another Thunder from Down Under! This time as KC [...]
Synchronice continues to blow minds and blow up social networks as they recently rocketed past 10,000 fans on Facebook. As a 'thank you', the New Jersey brothers gave away a massive big room remix of the Mike Snow classic 'Animal'. Also included in this post is their bangin' glitch-hop track 'Broken Record' that's a bass-heavy funker which is the ultimate secret weapon for your upcoming DJ sets over the holidays. Grab both tracks for FREE and don't forget to show Synchronice some love on Facebook and Twitter !
The final show in our installment of posh gigs at the truly awesome Henderson's at St. John's is taking place this Saturday the 17th November, and the lineup is bloody awesome. Tickets are £3 cheaper in advance too, so I strongly recommend picking them up beforehand if you fancy coming along. We have the awesome Broken Records playing, who have been one of my favourite bands around for years now, and one of the few occasions where I genuinely allow myself the indulgence of saying that I sort of helped discover them. I've never [...]
After two rather awesome BAD FU... two awesome BAD F... what the fuck is the plural of BAD FUN anyway? Two awesome BAD FUNS? Yes, that'll do. After two awesome BAD FUNS we have a third coming up, and it would be rather nice if you were to come along. I am turning 37 a day or so later too, so the music will be fun, but watching me try and drown a personal existential crisis in shitloads of beer might be even more hilarious, depending on how unkind your sense of humour might be. Personally, I am [...]
As you may have noticed, there is a somewhat mysterious band on the bill for this Friday's BAD FUN gig at Henderson's at St. John's called the Ghost Crystal Wolf Toads, or something like that. Who the fuck are this lot, you might be asking. Well I shall tell you. Firstly, they are very much not the Crystal Bear Ghost Toads, for starters. In fact, we don't know what they're called yet, that's just a smart-arsed placeholder name which I figured would do for putting on the posters for BAD FUN. What [...]
Morning, good people, how are things out there in the wilds of the internet? It can be a crazy and dangerous place out there I know - I think even David Cameron has some fans out there, but they might just be exaggerated fairy stories made to scare the children, I couldn't say. Anyhow, there's an awful lot of stuff going on this week. First and foremost, we are recording with a band I have temporarily named the Wolf Crystal Ghost Toads for now, until we find them a proper name. More about the exact project later, but [...]
Ah yes, the Hypecast, so called because some of the discussion on the Chvrches thread made me think about what it is I really dislike about the concept of hype, and why I mistrust it. It's an area where I struggle to be consistent, honestly. I abhor hype, but I seem to recall being very much caught up in the mystery and excitement around Silver Columns, for example. And I spend most of the Rough Guide to Self-releasing an Album exhorting bands to be more prepared and more organised, and yet I get funny when bands are too [...]
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Disclosure, Fort Romeau Song: Katy B - Broken Record (Jacques Greene Remix) [download here ] What's so good? Jacques [...]
Well, the charging about the world has stopped, and suddenly here I am, definitely positively, certainly back in Edinburgh for the foreseeable future. No bad thing, this, as keeping the wheels from entirely falling off both the blog and the label has proved to be something of a challenge. Ian and Neil from Meursault have done amazing work recently, making sure Friday 27th July: The Ides of Toad present Jo Schornikow , Scott Rudd and *ahem* a special guest at Henry's Cellar Bar . For those of you who missed Away Game, [...]
Well no prizes for guessing which gig will be occupying 99.87% of my attention this week. In fact, I genuinely have no idea if there are any other gigs on in Edinburgh this week at all, and frankly I couldn't care less. I get pretty bad promoter anxiety at the best of times, never mind when the show costs something like £3.5k to put on, and the venue can fit 900 people. Having said that, apparently pre-sales have been very healthy, to the extent that the Queen's Hall have had to open up the balcony, so that bit [...]
Once again I find myself listing a pile of gigs I can't possibly attend myself. And, frustratingly, there is a shitload of interesting stuff on this week. Specifically, the Gerry Loves split 73 launch on Thursday and the Tinderbox Orchestra stuff at the Queen's Hall on the weekend look bloody amazing. I'll still be charging about like a fanny though, and unable to get to any of this. Annoyingly. Ah well, you'll have a good week at least! There is also a slightly confusing one, in that on the Sneaky Pete's website [...]