Some changes are in order.
“It’s about bringing people into the Chromeosphere”
Lounge vibes and a banger.
Tastemaking music database Hype Machine has compiled a special half-year Music Blog Zeitgeist, listing the most-blogged artists of 2014 thus far and giving music fans a hint as to who they should look out for over the coming months. One of those artists is Melbourne’s hirsute electronic impressionist, Chet Faker. Faker, whose debut album Built
An Australian-born punk veteran, an icon of the 90s female singer-songwriter explosion and player in the mainstream crossover of house music, and two Montreal boys who call themselves the “Larry David of funk,” today’s Record Roundup brings news from Brody Dalle, Tori Amos, and Chromeo. Brody Dalle – Diploid Love Following the excitement that met
‘Synth’ is the word for today’s New Music, with three out of four tracks coming from some of the most singular and forward-thinking keyboard-manipulators in the game today: St Vincent, Bombay Bicycle Club, and Chromeo, who got his experimental brother-in-arms, Toro Y Moi, to tag along. Naturally, each artist puts the synth to work in
The awesome Arab/Jewish duo, Chromeo, are back – with the tiniest of record releases: Drive Time.
Let’s face it, with a build-up like the one that grew for the N.E.R.D, Chromeo and BoysNoize concert, it was inevitable that the show would be a minor let down at the very least. Die hard fans rocked up anticipating an unbelievable performance, but the Hordern Pavilion wasn’t going to be the venue to carry