Walk & Talk - Benoit & Sergio (Ouida blues mix)

Ouida on June 17, 2013 21:21

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    Benoit & Sergio don’t make dance tracks—they tell stories. In the Washington, DC duo’s music, a sense of place and narrative infuse their rhythms and melodies, transcending the confines of “tech-house” or “electronic pop” and entering a genre-free realm of cinematic imagery and visceral pleasures. Benoit & Sergio draw from influences mostly uncommon to the house-and-techno zeitgeist—bands like Talking Heads, Pavement, Roxy Music, Paul Simon—while keeping an ear towards electronic-music contemporaries like Isolee, Thomas Melchior, and Ricardo Villalobos. The resulting tracks pulse with hooks and atmosphere, proudly flying their creators’ freak flag while giving listeners a little something extra to dance about.

    Mighty Mo Rodgers (White Man's Burden)
    Mighty Mo Rodgers Is A Remarkably Original Singer/Songwriter Who's Shaped His Life Experiences Into A Terrifically Eclectic And Immensely Deep Vision On His Blue Thumb Debut, Blues Is My Wailin' Wall.
    Rodgers Combines Soulful, Gritty Vocals And Driving Rhythms With A Wholly Personal Panorama On Songs Like "Took Away The Drum," "The Kennedy Song," "Tuskegee Blues" And A Moving Tribute To His Childhood Friend With "Willie B. And Me." Blues Is My Wailin' Wall Has Already Made An Indelible Impression On Listeners, Both In Its Recorded Form And From The Concert Stage Where Rodgers Performance Dynamic Is Larger-Than-Life Captivating.

    Groove Armada (Love sweet sound, Mark Knight & Funkagenda's a.h.b mix)
    Groove Armada is an electronic music duo from London, England, comprising Andy Cato and Tom Findlay.[1] They are perhaps best known for the singles "I See You Baby" and "Superstylin'". As of January 2013, the group has released eight studio albums, four of which have charted in the UK Albums Chart top 50.

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