Tag: De Lux

Release Radar 7/9/21 - Miho Hazama vs Natalie Bergman

Release Radar 7/9/21 -  Miho Hazama vs Natalie Bergman
The most interesting single this week comes from Natalie Bergman and Beck. You wouldn’t know Beck was even on the track unless you’ve seen the credits. Natalie steals the show sounding like Billie Holiday, while Beck chimes in on the chorus, sounding like…himself. Remixes are part of the summer cycle and I love the funk-da-fied... Read more »

Release Radar 04/02/21 - Chet Baker vs Caveman

Release Radar 04/02/21 - Chet Baker vs Caveman
Between Spring Break and Easter, I somehow lost a step. I lost track of time, as the days ran together. I hope your Friday was good. This week we start with your Jazz Song Of The Week because the man who brought me into this world was none other than Chet Baker. “My Funny Valentine,”... Read more »

Release Radar: 5/1/20 Mt. Joy vs The Hunna

Release Radar: 5/1/20 Mt. Joy vs The Hunna
These are definitely “Dark Times” that we are living through. At first, listen I was wondering what the fuck this Hunna track is about? Now I’m wrapping my head around it. First listens have me skeptical, but I like it. These guys write big pop songs, and this isn’t much different, so I can appreciate... Read more »
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Release Radar 2/14/20: Rolling Blackouts vs Surfer Blood

Release Radar 2/14/20: Rolling Blackouts vs Surfer Blood
We finally get a taste of the Rolling Blackouts new music, and here’s what I think. I think it picks up right where they left off, but I need to explore the space more. Surfer Blood returns with a rocker and I love the idea behind the song, “Parkland (Into The Silence).” We need more... Read more »

Release Radar 1/31/20: De Lux vs Gorillaz

Release Radar 1/31/20: De Lux vs Gorillaz
Guess who’s back? We got some new Gorillaz! Damen and Co return with a little punk rock and a lot of hip-hop. I’ve been a fan of De Lux since the amazing single, “LA Threshold,” so I always look forward to a little heat from the dance-rock outfit. “Everybody’s Alright” continues to edge towards that... Read more »