Over the years, I just keep coming back to this album. Very few acts before or since have managed to strike that perfect balance between electronic engineering, and the playing of physical instruments.
Throw in some solid harmonies and you’ve got music that while intricately engineered, still comes off sounding sincere and genuine.
My favourite Dr. Who episode barely featured The Doctor, but it did have this classic ELO tune.
I’m still riding that post-wedding happy-dance high. Congratulations to my incredible friends and family who’ve tied the knot, and thrown two of the best parties I’ve ever been to.
I came across this one listening to Dyro’s podcast.
The definition of epic workout music.
While Business Casual was a pretty solid album, everything I’ve heard from this latest Chromeo release sounds like it could be their best record yet.
Just about to head out on a little road trip for my sister’s wedding.
Perfect time for a bit of the Drive soundtrack.
Just a hint of dubstep to go along with Ellie Goulding’s signature synth-pop sound.
“I don’t dream, not as such
I don’t even think about you that much…
Unless I start to think at all.”
I’m always wowed by the way that U2 manages to retain a signature sound, but always manage to come across as sounding contemporary. The fact that they’ve consistently pulled this off for over thirty years is just insane.
If Jamiroquai and Weird Al wrote a song, then had Daft Punk remix it, I’m pretty sure it would come out a lot like this.