Nearly 4 years on from their debut release 'Bring It On' Goose are back with a new album Synrise (out 6th February 2011) on !K7 and today have released a video to their new single, 'Cant Stop Me Now', directed by Megaforce.Starting with a snarling riff, it's not long before Can't Stop Me Now's silvery strings slide in and the track lifts off into effortlessly cool but unmistakably pop territory. It’s hugely varied, epic stuff, clubby, yet poppy, starting bright and ending dark. The band — Mickael Karkousse (vocals/synth), Dave Martijn (guitar/synth), Tom Coghe (bass/synth) and Bert Libeert (drums) — started working on Synrise in early 2009. It was recorded in the oldest studio in Belgium, Jet Studios in Brussels. Artists who’ve worked there previously include The Rolling Stones and Edith Piaf. Synrise looks back to '70s space disco such as Automat and '80s movie soundtracks, names such as Philip Glass, Giorgio Moroder and Vangelis. The end result is more than the sum of these parts: it’s an album of strong dance tunes with classic pop song structures. Goose are in London this week to play Brixton Academy on the 16th at Soulwax's annual Christmas party Soulwaxmass.
It's monday, it's autumn I need to relax myself and this is an amazing post for all HLT followers a super special complete show of one of the most incredible post rock bands on planet earth, ladies and gentlemen TORTOISE live.
Is there a more delightfully offbeat pop star than Darwin Deez right now? It’s highly doubtful, and this wonderfully off-kilter debut album is testament to that. Darwin is already known for his captivating live shows (complete with sweet dance moves that you need to see to believe!), his quirky style, all the way down to the way he strings/tunes his guitar- only 4 strings, sans the E strings with his own secret, invented tuning!. Now we’re excited to announce that Darwin’s self-titled debut album is seeing a release, due out February 22, 2010 via Lucky Number! To celebrate this momentous occasion, we’re offering you the incredible Carl Sagan-inspired video for "Constellations," directed by Terri Timely!