Summer’s officially over, but that doesn’t stop us from reliving our sun-specked holidays. Grand Atrium revisits this jam from Memoryy and gives it an excellent poolside feel, adding some space and a heavy dose of vibe. This track is featured on the Skeletons Remixes EP, which also has remixes by Body Language and Reighnbeau.
For more grooves by Memoryy, check out “I Thought You Needed My Love” from VINYL
Memoryy continues the tease to his forthcoming SKELETONS
Put a little heat into your night with new one from TBE faveÂ Memoryy!
A few months back The Huffington Post wrote an article on me titled “Redefining Synth-Pop” & this fun 80’s throwback takes that headline & puts a big fat exclamation point on the end.I have plans of carjacking a DeLorean, traveling back to 1986 & getting this song placed in a John Hughes movie montage of girls shopping or guys playing beach volleyball, or something like that.
For when love turns into a devil-eyed cat with an appetite for your soul and the only way to defeat the thing is with strobe lights and hair flips. And possibly a very stiff drink or two. Per usual,Â Memoryy has your heartbreak hangover soundtrack covered.
From the forthcoming “SKELETONS” LP, out in March.
I don’t know my silky tongued man Troy here but I’m damn familiar with Memoryy and his penchant for making some damn sexy sounds. Like lovemaking music in aÂ video game from the future that is set back in 2016.Â Read more