SHREM’S HUNTED & GATHERED TOP 5 CHOONS OF THE MONTH: OCTOBER
He was hard studying from his headphones for the past month, safe to say he passed the exam. The result, choons!
On The Regular– Shamir – This scarily talented wonder-child of house music will keep you dance floor-happy with the instantly anthemic “On The Regular” sounding better than Azealia Banks’ entire debut album put together. One of the brightest and most unique newcomers to appear on the global dance scene this year. And he’s only 19! Hi Hi Howdy Howdy Hi Hi!
Take Me Back – GL – the sound of the Future 80’s . This Melbourne duo serves an adorably uncanny mish-mash of soul, funk, freestyle and r&b associated with the decade of Miss Janet Jackson, Alexander O’Neal and Shalamar. Deliciousness.
Stutter – Steed Lord – and more of those irresistible retro synthesizers! The ultra-cool fashionistas from the Icelandic electro pop trio return with another flawless synth-pop moment with the charismatic Kali on top of her vocal game again. Can somebody please book them for a gig in Dublin?
Indecision– Shura – Balearic vibes mixed with sunny grooves with a subtly hypnotising melody, this is the soundtrack to your pre-club session on a Saturday night. Fresh sweet sounds from London.
U+U – Planningtorock – “I’m always in love with at least three people at the same time. Usually more and never less but right now? Well right now I really care for you and you!” From Berlin’s best kept electronic secret. Undeniably haunting B-Side from Planningtorock’s latest single.
Musical notes by: Shrem