You can read my review of Temples debut album, ‘Sun Structures’ published via adamNOTeve, here. Advertisements
Matching green jumpsuits, rollerblades and a whole lot of synchronised dancing, what more could you want in a music video? ‘The Heat’ is Jungle’s second single and features the High Rollaz crew, who make rollerblading look like dancing… From personal experience I can tell you that is not normal.
Jungle’s latest track easily takes out the accolade of Beat Of The Week as it is oozing with snappy hooks and feel-good vibes that are sure to keep you grooving along. Despite being clouded in mystery and shying away from telling you who they are, their music speaks volumes of their talent. You can hear the track below and if you want to hear their other single, ‘Platoon’, click here.
A UK-based group that I recently uncovered and have become utterly infatuated by their tempered emotions and instrumentals. Also, if you have any knowledge of animations with clay, you will understand the work that must have been put into this video…
Alex Turner has become a rapper was my first thought hearing this song. Fortunately, Alex did not become ‘Turner 3000’ but ‘Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?’ is looking to shape up ‘AM’ to be one of the hottest releases of the year.
A crooning song. That’s my first impressions on it. Some beautiful harmonising from the two singers with a mixture of accompanying sounds. It flows so smoothly, makes you just want to kick back and think about the question to life, the world and everything because we all know the answer is 42.
They’re from the UK and are releasing their debut album on the 20th of May. Get on it and support them!