The Buzz

The Buzz

  • 0 sec agoChantilly Post4 views
    The time has come to embark on another adventure with Flight Facilities and their new album 'Down to Earth.'  But first, 'Two Bodies ft. Emma Louise' must be recognized.  The new single accompanied by a video directed by Loren Askill highlights adolescent love with all the needs and wants of a strong connection between two people.  Brisbane's Emma Louise sings over the seductive smooth synths and the melodic baseline creating an unexplainable bliss....
  • 0 sec agoEmily MacLean3 views
    I just watched the music video for "It Girl", the closing track of Pharrell's very wonderful 2014 album, Girl, and I'm feeling very overwhelmed, but in the best way, like if you just walked into Freak Lunchbox on a really grey winter day and now you're having a mad sensory overload because of all the colourful packaging and nostalgia items and cotton candy and sugary beverages. "It Girl" was directed by Mr. and Fantasista Utamaro and produced by the incomparable contemporary artist...
  • 0 sec agoFirdaus Dawood2 views
    The duo behind Empathy Test just released “Throwing Stones”, the latest single from their forthcoming EP of the same name on Stars and Letters Records, and though they take their name from Philip K. Dick’s idea that machines of any caliber lack emotion or compassion, I’m not sure I’ll take my life lessons from Blade Runner anymore.   I could explain to you the genius behind what, the London-based brains that make up Empathy Test, in a couple of different ways. I could tell you I’ve had...
  • 0 sec agoL-SPEX52 views
    Here at IX, we really love music. We really love talking to people that really love music. That's why we talked to HARRISON, a 19 y/o beatmaker from Toronto that is fit to blow the fuck up any second now. After getting a Vimeo Staff Pick for his video single "Akira", opening for Com Truise last month at Coda and signing to Toronto-based powerhouse Last Gang Records (Ryan Hemsworth, MSTRKRFT, Death From Above 1979), HARRISON has had a hell of a year, and if that's at all indicative of the future...
  • 0 sec agoKarla June14 views
    Put down that pumpkin spice latte. Don't be a basic bitch this fall. Make sure your playlist game is "level: expert" with these five buzzing tracks for fall.    1. Flume - Insane ft. Moon Holiday (Sebastian Carter Edition) This sick rework of Flume by Sebastian Carter is slick as it is groovy. The ticks and ethereal electronic revs will "fall" into place (see what I did there??) this season with smooth tunes to transition you out of summer.    2. Seinabo Sey -...
  • Oct 1, 2014 @ 13:43Nick Brutus Grass Younes23 views
    Meet TWIGG. We found him while looking through our feeds, and we couldn't resist to ask him to put together this mix for our Podcast series. Click play:  This 25 min-set takes us through a great selection of down-tempo tracks that he calls 'his favourites', as well as some unreleased gems that you get to hear first. You will definitely feel the vibes on this one. Dim the lights, put your hood one, and bop your head all the way.  You know the drill, we got the chance to ask TWIGG...
  • Oct 1, 2014 @ 11:35Shorey Andrews73 views
    Call me a holiday romantic, but when I first saw the music video for Maroon 5's new single "Animal" I just figured they were celebrating Halloween early. The general public, however, did not seem to feel the same. In fact, many viewers got all bent out of shape with some arguing that the video promotes stalking. But, I think that's a little over dramatic. Sure the video features Adam Levine as a devilishly creepy stalker and feels very reminiscent of American Psycho what with the blood and all...
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