poniedziałek, 2 stycznia 2017

Funny And Sexy Electrohouse Video From Grum By Matt Turner

Have you seen the new electrohouse nudisco music video from Grum? It's called "I Can't Shake This Feeling" and the arrival of Grum is causing hyperbolic excitement amidst the home / electro / disco community in anticipation of his forthcoming full length release "Heartbeats" which you could possibly get more information on at his official website www. However, there is no choice really. The proven fact that I'd been "brave" whilst my dad had administered an ill-advised remedy to my infected, swollen nail-bitten finger, involving a kettle full of boiling water and a bread and potato poltis, had earned me a choice the cinema, or staying up late to watch Starsky & Hutch. My parents gave me the background about Bond being a British Spy who, to quote my dad, was "sort of like John Steed"...powerful words to a 7-year-old Avengers fan! The playground buzz was all about the underwater car, the steel-toothed giant, as well as the dwarf within the sidecar.

"EARGASM! I kid you not. It had familiarity. Bond took-out certainly one of another guys having a rocket fired from his ski-pole for God's sake! Why had I not been told about Bond before? How cool was this? .

"I Can't Shake This Feeling" is really a great feel good club track with impecable production continuing the renewal of house music with 80's style electro vibes - incorporating bold synthesized stabs and drum sounds and all round streamlined, polished and synthetic sonic aesthetic. The short film preceding the key feature was half way through, and was obviously a documentary about the Chinese as well as their street festivals. It was heaving. As I left the cinema, town was buzzing with Saturday night atmosphere. Bond took-out one of another guys with a rocket fired from his ski-pole for God's sake! Why had I not been told about Bond before? How cool was this? .



It was then to become huge hits such as Benny Bennassi's "Satisfaction" Fedde Le Grande's "Put your Hands Up For Detroit" Eric Prydez's reworking of 8o's classic "Call On Me" not to mention Mylo's " The Pressure" that cemented the return of house music to mainstream audiences under a new guise: That of electrohouse. Something even quieter than silence fell upon the entire world as the screeching violins abruptly ceased with a repetitive echo reverberating across the oblivion into which Bond had skied. But additionally, it tells a humourous narrative of your father seeing his daughter portrayed in among these videos while he tasti sets out to rescue her from iniquity. Bond and I would next meet, but what I did know was...nobody does it better! .

And so that it began the homicidal billionaire nutcase listening to classical music whilst feeding treacherous employees to sharks, and remotely detonating accomplices' bomb-laden helicopters. As I left the cinema, town was buzzing with Saturday night atmosphere. As Bond approaches the cliff-edge, the violins frantically reach a high-pitched crescendo. Fights at the Pyramids, fights on trains. And I'd considered staying home and watching Starsky & Hutch? A profound effect on this particular 7-year-old's life had occurred, and there was one thing I couldn't be more certain of...this guy was nothing can beat John Steed! .

Apparently Grum was named if you are a "grumpy bastard" in his younger days, which is somehwhat bemusing due to the feel good factor behind is groovy electro house music. I was James Bond. Be sure to check out this one for some good times.

Phil http://www. There may be thematic comparisons using the video for Simian Mobile Disco's "Hustler" which also features attractive girls, but from Benny Benassi's "Satisfaction" to Eric Prydez "Call On Me" I think you can safely state that within the genre there is an established tradition of combining gorgeous girls with somewhat bizarre and abstract items and contexts. There may be thematic comparisons with all the video for Simian Mobile Disco's "Hustler" which also features attractive girls, but from Benny Benassi's "Satisfaction" to Eric Prydez "Call On Me" I think you can safely claim that within the genre there is a recognised tradition of combining gorgeous girls with somewhat bizarre and abstract items and contexts. There may be thematic comparisons using the video for Simian Mobile Disco's "Hustler" which also features attractive girls, but from Benny Benassi's "Satisfaction" to Eric Prydez "Call On Me" I think you can safely state that within the genre there is an existing tradition of combining gorgeous girls with somewhat bizarre and abstract items and contexts. com/watch?v=2t0Ef1Fs2Hw.

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