#031– ’17 week 09
As the band’s name let suggest, their music comes with a funny part and the other part comes from their way of playing (it looks very easy) and a bit of nonchalance.
Their first hit was some kinda hip-hop and played rock, which is more or less their genre, using samples from Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs. It works fine and it could sound odd because it’s not that common in hip-hop (oh, they have solos)!
The song I chose is another way of making their music, enjoy!
By the way, their video clips are… funny as well 🙂
via One Shot Not
#028– ’17 week 06
I just want to share this cover coming from the TV show “One Shot Not[FR]” on Arte presented by Manu Katché, where artists can meet each other and play on other songs, create original covers. Like this one.
What I really like in this song is the really live sound, the nice mix of different genres, the very efficient loop created with drums, bass, keyboards, guitar chords and so…
A very pleasing moment for me. I hope you’d do!
#022 – ’16 week 52
Very unusual song this song since it’s hard to identify a genre where you could put the band and the artist in.
The band is essentially Hervé Salters and he really loves playing keyboards, specially a clavinet (as the famous Superstition from Stevie Wonder).
In this song, there is a lot of room for rhythmic and melodic elements and vocals come from children choir samples and at the end, the song is really great because of all those smart choices during the song, every piece of audio is really spot on to add more excitement, on and on!
By the way, another famous song from this band was used as a TV add. Very efficient as well!