Something here seems to put me into a trance and just absorbs my attention. Kinda like when someone with a really quiet voice is telling a super interesting story and so you have to lean in to not miss anything. This song is that person telling a story.
I’m usually not a huge fan of all these “sessions” type versions that seemingly every band does now. However, I can appreciate that some people love it and there are definitely times the sessions version will trump the studio. This is one of those times. Beautiful rendition of St. Clarity (which oddly enough wasn’t really one of my favorites off the album).
I’d already featured a bunch of songs from Her’s debut album before it was released, but knowing how awesome they are it was a good bet to see at least one more track come out of it that had yet to be released as a single.
It’s really be some time since I came across a smashing prog dance track. I don’t think this is it, but it’s close. It’s almost a tease of a dance track… makes you think it’s gonna just blow up at any second into a full on rager but instead settles down into something more controlled.
Not sure how this track made it all the way up to #2, but here we are. It’s … something. The video is also a must watch. As odd as it is, I can’t get it out of my head. Plus… that dude bum man. So hot.
Yep – still obsessed with KPop. In fact, this song actually unseated the new Drake track last week. I was so torn about having two real strong releases in the same week that I instead shifted this one to this week. Again, a fun video can be found should you be so inclined. KPop is brilliant.