A nostalgic upbeat song to get you through the first half of the week. I figured there was no need to review this track since it’s quite well known (Bet you forgot this existed).
Martin Solveig & The Cataracs “Hey Now” (Single Mix)
And here, something a little harder from the Daft Punk 2007 “Alive” Album. A great mash up of two of their best 90’s hits: “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” and “Around the World”
Daft Punk – Around The World / Harder Better Faster Stronger
Finally, another Daft Punk track, from their latest album: Random Access Memories: “Fragments of Time”.
This track is guaranteed to grow on you no matter what country you’re from, your age, or cultural background you are raised in. The track maintains a mellow and relaxed mood and the lyrics paint an ambient image. It’s the ideal track to play while you kick back and relax after a long day at work, or even better enjoyed during a weekend cruise with a sunset.
That’s all the tracks for this weeks Y-Tunes, Enjoy!
Three Highly Recommended ALTERNATIVE HIP-HOP albums: [23/2/14]
(Credit goes to PIECE OF SHEP – http://pieceofshep.com/2010/10/kno-kokayi-and-bop-alloy/)
Came across this music review just today and thought I’d share it. I’ve always been a big fan of KNO (from cunninlynguists), and consider him one of the best producers/MC’s of our generation. His beats are simply amazing.
Featured on this site is KNO’s first solo album: Death is Silent, which is darker than Oneirology but maintains the same standard of quality.
Notable Tracks: Not at the End, They Told Me (Great beat), Rhythm of the Rain (Lyrical)
The next album is called BOP ALLOY, a combination of Marcus D (a producer of beats in a similar genre to NUJABES) and Substantial (A long time jazzy, soul, hip-hop artist) A very mellow and soothing album, definitely worth chilling out to.
Notable tracks: Chillaxation, Just Another Day in the Life, Save the Day.
These two albums are definitely worth a look, at least 75% of the tracks on each album will surprise you or captivate you. The final album by KOKAYI, I haven’t heard yet but I’ll assume its good given that it was featured along side two great classics.
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Good vibes & Hip Hop you probably haven’t heard Ω [14/1/14]
Kendrick the Relevant:
Empire of the Sun Alive: