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RJD2 – “Find You Out”

by on Aug.22, 2009, under Music, Song of the Day

Find You Out” by RJD2

I recently described this artist to my wife as “Girl Talk, but jazzy”. While not 100% accurate, it’s pretty close. If you’ve heard the Get Shorty soundtrack (highly recommended), you have a good idea of what RJD2‘s latest work sounds like. It also reminds me a bit of some Propellerheads songs.

Find You Out, from the album Your Face Or Your Kneecaps, has some nice vocal samples in Spanish, laid over a jazz-lounge beat. One of RJD2′s signatures is horn samples, and he has plenty of them here. Fortunately, I love horn samples, so count me as an instant RJD2 fan. In fact, I liked this song so much, I went out and purchased one of his (many) other albums, Magnificent City Instrumentals. That will probably be reviewed in another post in the near future.

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Black Moth Super Rainbow – “Born On A Day The Sun Didn’t Rise”

by on Jun.13, 2009, under Music, Song of the Day

Born On A Day The Sun Didn’t Rise” is the new single from Black Moth Super Rainbow‘s new album, Eating Us. It’s a mellow little tune, kind of like hippy trance but with lyrics. The whole album is pretty consistent, so if you like this, you’ll probably like the rest. An interestig detail, this is a five-man band and not just a guy or two with a computer and sequencer. Fans of Animal Collective and Grizzly Bear should like this music.

Check out the full track preview over at Last.fm.

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