30 years ago, a multicultural trio who found delights on New York City dancefloors released a single that merged funk, pop, and disco in a hip-hop collage style. ‘Groove is in the Heart’ is a colourful and infectious song that’s become an enduring classic
The band’s origins were similarly cosmopolitan. Deee-Lite were both very New York, their music slotting into the city’s decadent club scene, and globally disparate — DJ Dmitry was from Ukraine, Towa Tei from Tokyo, and Lady Miss Kier from the US — anticipating the explosion in global pop in the late 2010s.
Ellyn Woods is a multi-disciplinary artist currently based in Montréal. Her art and music are a direct reflection of her love for nature and all things organic. Her gentle indie-folk EP, Sound of Home, was independently released in June 2017. Since 2015, she has worked closely with Montréal duo Sterling Grove, releasing several singles including “Sound of Home”, “La Vigie”, & “In the Backyard”. In 2019, she travelled to northern Québec to record an album with them, which was released in 2020. She has released her debut album in 2020, which delivers dreamy pop vocals & electronic beats.
Rex Orange County’s sweeping alternative pop songs weave together the mundane reality of teenage life and the epic fantasy that is teenage love. The release of album ‘Apricot Princess’ in April 2017 won him acclaim.
Now following the release of ‘WHO CARES?’ in March, Rex Orange County is sharing the video for new LP cut ‘One In A Million’.
Phoenix is offering fans a taste of the group’s forthcoming music with the release of single “Alpha Zulu.” It’s the newest music from the visionary pop group since the 2020 release of “Identical,” featured in the Sofia Coppola film On the Rocks.
The French outfit is currently in the studio working on a full-length follow up to 2017’s Te Amo. (It’s unknown whether “Alpha Zulu” was recorded during these album sessions.)
Tim Burgess inherited Mick Jagger’s rock & roll swagger and big lips before Oasis’ Liam Gallagher became famous for them. When Burgess debuted with his group The Charlatans in the late ‘80s, he looked and sounded almost interchangeable with many of the Manchester, England artists at the time but by embracing other musical styles and moving forward, he has actually outlived his contemporaries.
The Charlatans released their 12th album, Modern Nature, in 2015 and Burgess returned to his solo career, releasing a mix album called Tim Burgess Presents:
Set for release on 23rd September via Bella Union, Tim Burgess has announced his new album ‘Typical Music’.
Sydney-based EDM producer Dave Winnel is the latest to perform for triple j’s Like A Version segment, offering his take on Toto’s 1982 hit ‘Africa’.
Winnel was joined in the studio by Rob Edwards, Jack Robert, ANDRÉ and KLP, the latter two handling vocal duties while Winnel manned a rack of analogue synths, Edwards performed keyboards and harmonies, and Robert delivered electronic percussion on a pad setup.
Daily J are a 4 piece indie-psych band consisting of three brothers and a solid mate just having a bloody good time! Creating floaty synth laced melodies mixed with light guitar blends and hints of electronica, Daily J quickly became a staple in the diet of the NZ summer festival scene over the last few years.
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