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Video of the Week: Dillon Francis “Bootleg Fireworks (Burning Up)”
We are finding the craziest music videos these days. Get weird and watch this gem by Dillon Francis. If you’re into ridiculous animation and people hugging themselves you’ll probably be super into this. Happy Friday!
Freshies: Motor Way – Little Boots
Victoria Hesketh, the former lead singer/keyboardist of English dance-pop outfit, Dead Disco has been making music under the pseudonym, Little Boots since 2007. Throughout her independent career, she’s collaborated with the likes of Hot Chip producer, Joe Goddard as well as Greg Kurtsin of the Bird and the Bee. Now, four years since the release of her much-celebrated album, Hands Little Boots, she has released the newest single off her next album slated for May. Listen to “Motorway” from Nocturne and prepare yourself for an electro pop experience accompanied by her whipsy–Ladyhawk-ish voice and soulful keyboard skills.
Currently Obsessed with: Emancipator “Dusk To Dawn”
If you’re into the sounds of producers like Bonobo and Tycho, be sure you listen to the “under-ground” Portland-based trip-hop producer, Emancipator - check him out right…meow. Currently on tour promoting, “Dusk to Dawn” his most recent and most definitely his best record yet. Emancipator doesn’t disappoint with hypnotizing tracks like, Minor Cause and Merilon. This album goes beyond good. It’s amazing.
Watch Out For: Blue Hawaii
Home-grown in Montreal, the electro-pop duo, Blue Hawaii released their synthy-sophomore album, “Untogether” earlier this year. Just in time for spring showers, this album has a beautifully somber tone reserved for driving in the rain after a sullen good-bye. The track, “Try To Be,” sets the tone for what you can expect to hear varyingly throughout the album, which is ultimately a sentiment for those working life out in their heads. Watch out for Blue Hawaii this year. Like their music scene, they are about to blow up.