We recently heard Lido's Passion Project EP collaboration with unknown singer Santell. We saw him step away from dance production on this EP and now he's back with another sensual single.
This new one "Here (Thoughts From a Tour Bus)" takes on Alessia Cara's hit single "Here" for a cover version that holds its own. Lido offers his own vocals on this track, showing his versatility as a musician. This track was put up on an alternate Soundcloud account after his account was frozen and Lido expressed his frustrations on Twitter. Stream below and enjoy!
Lido – Here (Thoughts From A Tour Bus)
French band Phoenix drops us off “Entertainment”, which is the first single from their upcoming new album Bankrupt! set to come out April 23rd through Glassnote. It is the same Phoenix that you love, yet with a newer worldy vibe. The starts off out with a Chinese synth and moves into the sweet Phoenix you love. We will keep you posted as we here more details about the latest project.
Phoenix – Entertainment
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The Weeknd drops off his latest powerful visual to “Twenty Eight” off his debut Trilogy release. The visuals are as stunning as the audio showing Abel in some intriguing settings recordings a variety of girls. Forewarning, this video is NSFW featuring a fair amount of nudity. Enjoy.
The Weeknd – Twenty Eight | iTunes
Yes.. The Strokes are back! The incredible New York based band are back with a new song, and are giving it away for free. Front man Julian Casablancas has done his been pursueing his solo project, but haven’t released something under The Strokes since 2011. This new song “One Way Trigger” defintely feels differnt then their previous stuff, but I am loving it. What do you think about the shift? Comment below
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