Tilly and the Wall – Beat Control August 2, 2009Posted by The Rish-Dizzle in pop.
Tags: bouncy, cheerful, feel-good, upbeat, uplifted
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I previously posted a track from Tilly and the Wall some time ago which I still listen to this day and get the same feeling that I did the first time I heard it. Realising this fact makes me content because it hopefully reaffirms the notion that the songs I post on this blog will live on long after I end up no longer updating it. Well here’s another that I hope to see have the same longevity as “Rainbows in the Dark“. It has a beat thats hot enough to grace any dance or hip hop dance floor. It’s positively hot. Check it out.
[ From the EP “Beat Control” ]
Feel-good Remixes January 7, 2009Posted by The Rish-Dizzle in dance, pop, soft rock.
Tags: carefree, cheerful, feel-good, happy, uplifted
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Alright, alright. Here’s my update. Sorry about the delay, I’ve started doing a Masters so time isn’t as ample as it was. I’ve decided to add an extra page to my site to let you know about the site status and when to expect new posts etc.
A friend of mine shared me these two feel-good remixes of tracks that were good in the initial form but the remakes definitely add something new and inventive as opposed to 99% of the usual remixes that aren’t worth bothering with. The first is a track I heard in it’s original form on the radio often and had a sort of “meh” response to it although did think it had an insanely catchy chorus – but this remix takes the track to a new height. It gives the song a new funky, electro vibe and it’s just incredibly upbeat. I’ve played this in the presence of others and it definitely has a universal appeal. So that should include you.
Black Kids – I’m Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How To Dance With You (The Twelves Remix)
The second is a remix of a song that was already pretty awesome to begin with, but comes with added production from the Neptunes (who sounds like that they’ve used the same drum machine from the track “Lapdance” to create their funky beat). With the extra touches that don’t overpower the melodic sound of the original, the track packs a new punch that takes it over the edge.