It’s hard to follow-up a killer song like “Drinkee“, but Sofi Tukker comes roaring back with more swagger than outgoing seniors during the last week of school. “Fuck They” is the audio version of the painted-nails emoji (that’s “¯\_(?)_/¯” for you old-timers).
I’ve been waiting for Sofi TukkerÂ to drop a recording of Johny ever since they played it live at our SXSW showcase last year. This jam is an instant classic and further proof why these two are one of the most exciting bands to emerge lately! (not to mention, Grammy nominees…)
https://www.theburningear.com/media/2017/02/Dennis-McNett.jpg12501200Brandonhttps://www.theburningear.com/media/2015/03/TBE-Header-Logo-2015-stack1.pngBrandon2017-02-14 12:53:092017-02-14 12:53:50Sofi Tukker - "Johny" // Dennis McNett
It’s new Sofi Tukker. WHAT ELSE IS THERE TO SAY? Ok, there is this…
“Hey Lion” is like a sonic snack. It’s not like “Drinkee” or “Matadora,” which were made as vibration journeys. “Hey Lion” is like the opening chant to Soft Animals… we want to welcome people into our version of this animal-world, where strength is soft and nobody is boss.”
If you lost your grove over the weekend or just lost it when Monday morning hit, then let Sofi Tukker get it back for you. And pack you a to-go bag of extra groove you can bring with you on your mental picnic this afternoon.Â Read more
Look & Listen! // Visual Artist: Maria Ines Gu [via]
f you haven’t flung your keyboard to the floor and whipped your office mate into a frenzy of arm twirls by the time “Drinkee” hits the 3 minute breather section then you aren’t doing it right. Rewind, start again, and remember to catch your breath at the appropriate time or you might pass out from fun.Â Read more