Notable Dance Podcast #060



Made To Move – Perfect Lady (Original mix)

NSFW – Jaywalker
Lupe Fuentes – So High
Chocolate Puma – Rubberband Lazer (Original Mix)
Plastik Funk ft Polina – One of These Days (Original Mix)
Royksopp and Robyn – Do It Again (Zoo Station Club Mix)
New World Sound & Timmy Trumpet – The Buzz
Dave Aude vs Luciana – You Only Talk in Hashtag (REALLY CLEAN)
Kryoman, Paul Anthony featuring Playboy playmate Paige Young – Losing All Control (Kryoman Edit)
John Dahlback & Benny Benassi – Blink Again (John Dahlback Remix)
Michael Woods – Flash Hands (Original)
Matteo Marini & Molly Bancroft – Feel Like Hope (Mona Lisa Club)
Porter Robinson – Sea Of Voices (Social Status Remix)

Picture of Lupe Fuentes take at Winter Music Conference 2014.

SONG OF THE DAY: Kryoman and Paul Anthony ft Paige Young – Losing All Control

It’s been fun watching the career of LED robot party DJ Kryoman unroll over the past few months. His musical output has included a vulgar party record (“Crowdfuker”), a collab with Paris Hilton (“Good Time”), and an update of a classic Italian folk song (“Tarantella”). For “Losing All Control,” the illuminated character teams up with Chicago-based producer Paul Anthony to create a party ready electro track with a progressive-ish breakdown. Playboy playmate Paige Young contributes the pretty vocal performance with lyrics perfect for pop singalong. While the song could easily be dismissed as a mashup of recent and retro hits by Afrojack, Deorro, and LMFAO, it is quite solid on its own and would easily work in a commercial club setting. If you are a fan of Paige Young, you should check out her “acoustic” cover of Mr Probz “Waves.”

Image courtesy of Evolution Music.

SONG OF THE DAY: Kryoman and Carlo Astuti – “Tarantella”

If the title “Tarantella” doesn’t ring a bell, as soon as you hear the hook you will recognize it.  The Tarantella is a classic Italian folk dance that’s been used many times over the years in everything from movie soundtracks to commercials. Recently, Italian producer Chicco Secci did a dreamy take back in 2010.  On the opposite side of the spectrum,  hardcore party rocker Kryoman and Carlo Astuti amp up the energy and take it full-on hard electro, sounding like a cross between R3hab and Martin Garrix.  There is definitely a novelty feel to this track and it will most likely end up being featured on the next edition of Dance Dance Revolution or WiiFit. e.

Image Courtesy of Manufactured Music.

Kryoman and Carlo Astuti – “Tarantella”