It’s Monday so that means it’s time to highlight a track you might have missed from the past. This week I’m taking it back to 2006 when Myspace was the cool social networking site and Facebook was still in its early days. Myspace has fallen off the radar but one of the things that Myspace did really well was provide an easy way for new artists to promote themselves and have their music discovered. This word about The Scene Aesthetic grew really fast on Myspace and they became one of the most popular bands on the site without finding radio or commercial success beyond that.
The band is made up of two guys that sing and play acoustic instruments and the sound can be described as acoustic indie pop. The unique thing about their sound is that both vocalists are very talented, but have very different voices. So if this was a solo act I don’t think it would work, but when the two each take a verse or harmonize together it creates a really great sound that just works.
I know the song is seven years old but I do think it’s still worth a listen if you haven’t heard it. Check out the song below and let me know in the comments section if you like it.
Fly Project is a duo Romanian Electro group I find pretty fly with their hypnotizing beats and smooth Lyrics. Tudor Ionescu is the singer and Song Writer of the group and Dan Denes is the Beat Producer. They have some fame in Romania but I thinking soon, we might be hearing them on the radio here in the United States. In 2010 they were Nomination best Romanian artist at the MTV Europe Music Awards.
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The thing about playing bingo is that it seems to be either for little kids or old people and during the years between you realize that their are better ways to spend your time. However the musicians, Bingo Players have been at it for a few years now and they are neither children or senior citizens. They are Dutch, and whenever I hear the word Dutch I think of Michael Caine in Austin Power’s 3 saying the only thing he hates is people who are intolerant of other cultures and the Dutch.
I think Michael Caine would approve of these fellas though. Two cool guys that have been making electronic dance and house music for the last few years and deserve more recognition for their sweet sound. Like a lot of artists on the site these musicians are European and why they might have fame overseas these are often artists who might not be played in the U.S. and deserve a little radio and commercial success in America.
Give a listen to the Bingo Players biggest song, Cry(Just a Little). This is the track that got me excited about the group and I also really enjoyed the track featuring the Far East Movement, Get Up(Rattle). Give a listen to both songs if you like electronic dance music and let me know if you’ve heard these guys before or if like Michael Caine, you have no time for the Dutch.
GOLDHOUSE has really made a presents in the dance music scene. He began making a name for himself with remixes of songs we hear on the radio. His most successful remixed song on YouTube is Cobra Starship – You Make Me Feel. Pulling in over a half of Million views. With his remixes doing so well and pulling in close to a million hits with all of them together he decide to come out with his original music with an album. His single is called Last One You Love, very catchy and nice to listen to. If you like happy music you can dance too, you can’t go wrong with GOLDHOUSE. He kinda remind me of Metro Station with his rhythm and voice. He was a special guest on a tour with The Ready Set & Outasight tour. Below you can find a video of his performance. Let me know what you think of him. I believe he will be on his way to fame if he keeps up the good work. You can visit his site here.
Grimes is a Canadian music artist, video director and musician born on March 17th, 1988. She went to college in Montreal and was heavily involved in the industrial music scene and loved underground electronic music. In 2010 she released her debut album Geidi Primes and in 2012 after releasing her third album The New York Times said “one of the most impressive albums of the year so far”. I agree with the Times 100%. Not sure what type of music to call it, Grimes’ music is not easily defined. An eclectic mix of styles which she herself describes as “ADD music”.
I know you’re saying, “Fun and Panic! at the Disco, those aren’t new artists?” However this is an article for our weekly
“Music You Might of Missed” or M.Y.M.O.M. Mondays. I want to give some recognition to this song because some people may have never heard it and I think it’s a pretty great track.
Fun and Panic! at the Disco are on the same label, Fueled by Ramen, so it makes sense that they would team up on a track together. Now that I think about it, Fueled by Ramen, often has a lot of collaboration between label mates. Some notable tracks are Gym Class Heroes and Fall Out Boy lead singer, Patrick Stump, on Cupid’s Chokehold as well as Snakes on a Plane, which had Cobra Starship and Travis from Gym Class and William Beckett from The Academy Is.
Anyway the track, C’mon, is a great track because it features the 2 amazing lead singers from each band. They both have very distinctive voices and they both are such talented singers. I often feel that if a singer isn’t a solo act that there ability to actually sing is neglected and both Brandon Urie and Nate Reuss deserve acknowledgement for their pipes.
The song came out almost 2 years before Fun one the Grammy for Best New Artist so this track might have slipped by some people who became a fan of Fun more recently.
Check out the track below and let us know in the comments if you think the collaboration takes 2 good things and makes them one great thing or if these bands should stick to their own sound.