Perfect soundtrack for walking around the city or neighborhood, observing all of the different interactions happening around you as you go running errands and maybe even making eye contact with that special someone. This electronic pop song maintains a steady beat and groove to add that funk to your day, even adding a bluesy rock guitar solo to close off the song to finish it off with a bang.
I’m not sure what’s in the water in Cape Town, but it seems to have some very real side-effects of awesome basslines, dreamy vocals, and really cool synth programming. Lapré seems to have contracted all of these symptoms, but if anyone even thinks of sending them to the doctor’s, I’ll be very upset.
Drift away with their newest track “I Am Only Trying”
I like my pop weird with oddly specific lyrics, so Gourmet’s newest track is checking a lot of boxes for me. “Yellow” is a series of surreal snapshots above a serpentine synthline, minimal percussion giving the impression that Gourmet is creating this whole thing before your very eyes. What’s more, the song is available as a free download for a short while – you can grab it HERE.
The memories may be hazy but I can feel that I had a damn good time. The sun was out. Good friends were getting weird. And Gourmet was blasting on the stereo. Well, a new day means a new chance to listen to more Gourmet. Grab a free download of full album CashmereÂ and join me.Â Read more
Look & Listen! // Visual Artist: Walter Martin and Paloma MuÃ±oz [via]
There is something sinister in the low accented croon of The Plastics. “All I Really Want” is a wolf in sheep’s clothing of a seductive jam. Sure, on the surface its all love and fairy tale romance but then you find out its the kind of fairytale with bank heists and breathless sprints through the forest.Â Read more
https://www.theburningear.com/media/2015/08/Walter-Martin-and-Paloma-MuÃ±oz.jpg00Brandonhttps://www.theburningear.com/media/2015/03/TBE-Header-Logo-2015-stack1.pngBrandon2015-09-01 12:44:382015-09-01 12:48:40The Plastics - "All I Really Want"
We all have those people that we would do literally anything for. But how did we get to that point? We weren’t ready to make those kinds of compromises or sacrifices when we first met them? What changed? Well, I could never presume to know everyone’s story but I can only guess that somewhere along the way a plate of pancakes was involved. Those sticky round plattersÂ that so often symbolize the start of a big day or the end of a long night.Â EitherÂ way, its the stuff of true bonds.Â Read more