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23 Dec
Published in Song of 2day
Neil Levang (January 3, 1932 – January 26, 2015) was an American musician who was best known from television's The Lawrence Welk Show, playing guitar, violin and banjo.
20 Dec
Published in Song of 2day
Grace Jones recorded "Love Is the Drug" for her Warm Leatherette album from 1980. The track was released as the second single, following "A Rolling Stone" in the UK while it was the first single to be released in Germany. After failing to chart in 1980, a remix of the Grace Jones version was released in 1986 following the 1985 compilation Island Life and then became a minor hit in the UK, peaking at no. 35. Music video was produced for the 1986 remix and directed by Matt Forrest and Bruno Tilley
19 Dec
Published in Song of 2day
Boy Harsher is a minimal synth duo that produces dance beats infused with ethereal vocals. The music created is somewhere between electro dance, synth-pop and confessional storytelling. Boy Harsher started in early 2013 under the name Teen Dreamz. The project was based on short stories written and read by Matthews then live scored by Muller. In January of 2014 Teen Dreamz took on the moniker Boy Harsher.
18 Dec
Published in Song of 2day
“The video is about Laura Lee’s Mexican-American grandfather, Joseph Guillermo Ochoa, to whom ‘Con Todo El Mundo’ is dedicated. He’s the person who gave Laura Lee her vivid imagination, who taught her how playful the world can be,” says Sanam Petri, the video’s Creative Director. “In the last days of his life, he saw visions, as if he was in a different dimension. Laura Lee always wondered what the world looked like in those last days, what was happening behind his eyes. We made the video to take the viewer on that last journey with him, back through his mind one last time. One last great adventure of a grandfather and granddaughter. The animation style is taken from the covers of Mexican matchboxes which, as a dedicated smoker, we think Joseph himself would’ve appreciated.”
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