Notable Dance Podcast #074

Notable Dance Podcast #074 by Notable Dance on Mixcloud

Anna Graceman – Words (Glastrophobie Remix)
Ten Walls – Walking with Elephants
Plastik Funk ft Grandmaster Melle Mel – Don’t Push Me (House It Up Mix)
Sneaker Snob – Feel The Beat
Phunk Investigation – Kemiklaphunk
Mat Zo – Left To Right
Bombs Away ft Dan Absent – Samurai Bounce
Firebeatz & KSHMR ft Luciana – No Heroes
Dash Berlin & Jay Cosmic ft Collin McLoughlin – Here Tonight (Carita La Nina Remix)
Ferry Corsten ft Nat Dunn – Hyper Love
Global Deejays & Envegas – Always Hardcore
Alexandre Bergheau & Ruben de Ronde – All That Matters
LTN ft Christina Novelli – Feeling Like Yeah

Notable Dance Podcast #034

Sia ft The Weeknd & Diplo – Elastic Heart
Kosheen – Harder They (Original)
Steve Aoki & Rune RK ft RAS – Bring You to Life (Transcend)
Alesso & Calvin Harris ft Theo Hutchcraft – Under Control (Ryan Enzad)
Arty – Flashback
John Christian – Flight 643 (Original)
Bassjackers & GRX – Gamer
Reece Low & Nathan Thomson – We Back
Bombs Away – Better Lock Next Time (MOTi)
Danny Howard & Futuristic Polar Bears – Thundergod (Festival)
Armin Van Buuren ft Cindy Alma – Beautiful Life (Kat Krazy)
Shermanology ft Amba Shepherd – Who We Are
Arty ft Fiora – Grand Finale (Arston Remix)
Erasure – Gaudete (Dave Aude)
Medina – Junkie (Rothmann)

SONG OF THE DAY: Bombs Away – “Better Luck Next Time”

I was talking to a record promoter on the phone and thought I was hearing my favorite track of the moment, Lazy Jay’s “On the Rocks,” playing in the background. When I asked what it was, it ended up being “Better Luck Next Time” by the Australian pranksters Bombs Away, the duo best known for their cartoon videos and party boy antics. “Better Luck Next Time” features the duo rapping and sounding like a cross between Example, Hypercrush and LMFAO with a bit of effected vocals (à la ’90s Daft Punk) over a commercial, yet progressive-sounding track. For me, it’s all about the genre-spanning mixes by Joel Fletcher (alternating trap, banging electro, and progressive phrases), a MOTi mix (full-on aggressive electro with staccato, accented vocal bits) and Reece Low (bounce and trap). It’s a solid package of tracks that just make the duo “explode” all over the world.