Archive | July, 2012

Devlin ft. Ed Sheeran – ‘Watchtower’

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Devlin ft. Ed Sheeran – ‘Watchtower’

Posted on 23 July 2012 by Mizzle

I have been a secret fan of Devlin for a while now, after hearing this song I have officially come out of hiding. 🙂

What do you think?

Avicii – ‘Silhouettes’

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Avicii – ‘Silhouettes’

Posted on 21 July 2012 by Mizzle

The Sun is out Finally! Everybody is on about holidays so we are listening to some sunny summer tunes in the garden.

Enjoy.

Lana Del Rey – ‘Summertime Sadness’

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Lana Del Rey – ‘Summertime Sadness’

Posted on 21 July 2012 by Mizzle

Another addition to the dreamy world of Lana Del Rey.

The Japanese Popstars – ‘Let Go’

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The Japanese Popstars – ‘Let Go’

Posted on 20 July 2012 by Mizzle

Are you going to the Boardmasters 2012 this year?

Well, this is The Japanese Popstars, You will find them at the Energy Session 0n Friday 10th August.

Let us know your thoughts….

Madonna – ‘Turn Up The Radio’

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Madonna – ‘Turn Up The Radio’

Posted on 18 July 2012 by Mizzle

I’m sorry Madonna, but i think this song feels like it should be Kylie singing it… Its a Very Kylie Tune…. She does this better!!

Your Thoughts?

The xx – ‘Angels’

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The xx – ‘Angels’

Posted on 17 July 2012 by Mizzle

The XX are back… FINALLY! I loved the last album which was released in 2009 but its just been sooo long. Here is there new Single ‘Angels’.

Can’t wait to get my hands on there new album ‘Coexist’.

Let us know your thoughts…

 

 

Delilah – ‘Inside My Love’

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Delilah – ‘Inside My Love’

Posted on 16 July 2012 by Mizzle

I would say i am in Delilah’s fan club, every song I’ve heard I’ve loved. Until i heard this one. I’m just not sure, but after watching the intense dance routine/love scene which the video consists of it makes you see the song in a different light. Listening to her tunes ‘Go’ and ‘Inside My Love’, its like listening to a more modest versions of the 50 Shades book series.

Well that’s my thought. What’s yours?

Alt-J – ‘Tessellate’

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Alt-J – ‘Tessellate’

Posted on 15 July 2012 by Mizzle

I had to share this song, I’ve heard it a few times recently and finally found out who it was. Alt-J (also a triangle shape if you push those buttons on a mac). As stated on there Facebook “The symbol has a deeper meaning for the band, as guitarist/bassist Gwil Sainsbury notes, “in mathematical equations it’s used to show change,” and the band’s relatively new name came at a turning point in their lives.”

Let us know what you think, and if you want to hear more there debut album “An Awesome Wave” is out now.

Rush ‘Clockwork Angels’ Review

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Rush ‘Clockwork Angels’ Review

Posted on 11 July 2012 by Chris Knight

Rush return with their latest epic album and the first in 5 years through Roadrunner records.  “Clockwork angels” is an intergalctic car crash hurtling large rocks of sound and beautifully crafted chaos towards our own immortal ears.  The production is beautiful and in Rush’s own unique style the songs are interwoven with delicious melodies, crushing riffs and soaring highs.  Rush - Clockwork Angels

The album seen by some as a concept album but denied by Guitarist Alex Lifeson has been championed by novelist Kevin J. Anderson who intends to write a sci fi novelization about “a young man’s quest to follow his dreams, he is caught between the grandiose forces of order and chaos. He travels across a lavish and colorful world of steampunk and alchemy, with lost cities, pirates, anarchists, exotic carnivals, and a rigid Watchmaker who imposes precision on every aspect of daily life”

Concept or not and frankly who cares this album has a heartbeat.  Rush have a special way of knocking your ears off orbit; with precision time changes and trio interplay.  Tracks like ‘Halo Effect’ demonstrate some beautiful vocals and sublime string arrangements while tracks like ‘BU2B’ drag you into a vortex of immense power that remind you Rush cant be pinned down into a single genre because this track is heavy, doomy and sinister and one to look out for live.  The ‘Anarchist’ provides flashes of Geddy Lees famous vocal style often unmatched on this offering but still non the less superb and the bass line drives the song throughout.

This album is simply an old friend and one that you feel you have known for ages.  38 years after their conception, this trio pushing 60 are still the masters of their art and perhaps the time lords of Canada can make ‘time stand still’.

Royalty Ft Kissey – ‘Eroica’

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Royalty Ft Kissey – ‘Eroica’

Posted on 10 July 2012 by Mizzle

Here is something a little different… Let us know what you think!