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stoperithorio

22 Apr
Published in Song of 2day
Ash Code is an Italian Dark Wave band formed in 2014 in Napoli by the singer Alessandro Belluccio, the keyboardist Claudia Nottebella and the bass player Adriano Belluccio. Ash Code music covers a wide range of genres including post-punk, Synthpop and EBM.
20 Apr
Published in Song of 2day
McBriare Samuel Lanyon "Mac" DeMarco (born Vernor Winfield McBriare Smith IV, April 30, 1990) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer.DeMarco has released three full-length studio albums, 2 (2012), Salad Days (2014), and This Old Dog (2017), as well as two mini-LPs: his debut Rock and Roll Night Club (2012) and Another One (2015). His style of music has been described as "blue wave" and "slacker rock",or by DeMarco himself "jizz jazz".
19 Apr
Published in Song of 2day
tereo Nova was formed in the early 1990s by Kbhta, Michalis Delta. Their first name was Bobby Blast. They changed their name to "Stereo Nova" for the release of their self titled debut. They were later joined by a third member, Antonis Pi, who left the group after the release of "Telson". StereoNova recorded five albums (StereoNova, Discolata, Asyrmatos Kosmos, Telson, Vitamina Tek), while, soon after their disbanding another disc was released –co-produced with Stamatis Kraounakis (Ofelimo Fortio) and another (studio processed live performances disc) titled S.K.A.Z.I. (Skorpia Kommatia Apo Zontanes Ihografisis – Scattered Tracks From Live Recordings).
18 Apr
Published in Song of 2day
Actually, this Parisian pair grew up enjoying “the whole revival rock scene: Jack White, the Strokes, the Libertines”. According to Armand Penicaut, who obviously has low expectations when it comes to deities, “Pete Doherty was some kind of an Elvis to me”. His partner, Ulysse Cottin, was drawn to “mainly the jazz and rock’n’roll singers – they gave me this desire to use my craziness and my energy in a musical way. People like James Brown, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald”. They share, too, a love of Brazilian music and bossa nova, of “old folk, like Elizabeth Cotton or Karen Dalton”, and of gypsy jazz. Ann Wants to Dance – one of several Papooz tracks that insinuates its way into your brain and stays there – was the result of Penicaut trying out the finger-picking folk guitar technique. Then he sat down with his friend and his other half and the idea occurred to him, as it would anyone, “Ann wants to dance”. At which point he thought: “Man, what a great title for a song.” A year later, it’s had 2.25m YouTube views. “I don’t think I can handle the amount of hipster in this video ,” quipped one commenter. We don’t think we can handle this much catchy. It might have been born out of folk but the rhythm has the casual funkiness of something created in Royal Studios in Memphis, Tennessee in the mid-70s. Then there’s the breeziness of the vocal. Who’s that girl? “It’s me,” Penicaut laughs. “No, it’s not treated. I just sing high.”
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