Mitzi “All I Heard”

On “All I Heard”, Brisbane, Australia four-piece Mitzi‘s signal towards the sweaty, euphoric peaks of the best moments spent mindlessly shuffling away on the disco dancefloor, tossing together rubbery basslines, a warm piano knock and shimmering synth glitter into a tight 4/4 hustle with the prime intent of taking hostage of your derriere and locking […]

Gossip “Get Lost”

When all is said and done, Gossip‘s fifth effort A Joyful Noise probably won’t be ranking among the band’s finest projects. As their glossiest pop-minded offering yet, the album’s ABBA-influenced, Xenomania-slicked sound just feels a mainstream bid too far, depressingly positioning the band with great distance from the refreshingly rebellious bluesy dance-punk aesthetic that put […]

Sam Sparro “The Shallow End”

Three years after stopping many in their tracks with the immediately grabbing futuristic electro-soul-pop of debut single “Black and Gold”, Aussie sensation Sam Sparro has finally gotten around to a sophomore album follow-up, with news of the set, entitled Return To Paradise, being inspired by the funk/ soul sounds of the late ’70’s-early ’80’s registering […]

The Knocks “R.O.Y.L.”

Keeping up with their apparent mission statement to keep the globe in a perpetual state of T.G.I.F. bliss one track at a time, the consistently reliable The Knocks pull out another slab of irresistible ear-candy with “R.O.Y.L.”, the latest single peeled from the production duo’s latest Magic EP and one that basically demands that some […]

Lana Del Rey “Video Games (Club Clique For The Bad Girls Remix)”

The first we’ve come across of what’s sure to be many, many more dance-floor-oriented revamps of the material of current blog “it”-girl/ target Lana Del Rey, this club edit by Manchester’s Club Clique works surprisingly well, especially considering a large portion of “Video Games”‘s appeal lies in the original’s mysterio, moody noir-pop arrangement. Adding a […]