TheThursday Bundle: 101316
TheThursday bundle, just in time for the weekend
with artwork inspired by TheWeeknd’s second mixtape, ‘Thursday.’
A mouthful, I know, but luckily an earful, too!
Bobby Nourmand - D E E P in N Y (Feat. D.O.C. & Goodmorning)
"Fucked up for no reason"? Nah. Replaying Bobby Nourmand's original version of "D E E P" already warrants a week-long see-you-in-the-gutter bender chock-full of memory loss, loss of money, strange tattoos, and whatever I want. But when you add D.O.C. and Goodmorning to the mix and give the song a hip-hop twist all bets are off. First one to get arrested tonight loses, and I'm not bailing you out again.
Tennyson - Your Eyes (ft. Njomza)
Tennyson is teenage brother and sister duo Luke Tennyson and Tess Pretty. After receiving the gift of their latest single, "Your Eyes," featuring Njomza, I want to return the gesture. Hmmm... How about I will buy you guys enough alcohol to cover your next house party? As long as the aftermath isn't comparable to that Project X movie - ie. no cars allowed in the pool - things should be fine. Cheers to OWSLA who recently signed the pair. Great catch.
Grand Pavilion - Touch
Their music is grand and their "Touch" brings all the boys and girls to the ya....pavilion. Grand Pavilion share with us, “The song is about how we daydream about being able to leave our daily life behind and just go explore the world, and then realising that we actually can just pack our bags and leave any time we like.” *listens while dusting off luggage*
Jason Gaffner - Murder In The First Degree
This song, "Murder In The First Degree" by Jason Gaffner, has the power to save any live DJ set. It's just so damn playful with lyrics that you find yourself singing along to almost instantly. And yes, the funky, disco-inspired synths and fun bassy grooves softens the title, one that has Keith Morrison from Dateline peeking in from around the corner.
HXV - Novocaine Feat. Naz Tokio
"Novocaine" by The Trap Ambassador of Atlanta, Heroes x Villains (HXV), also known as Daniel Pollard, dives deep into the layers of his personality and baring them for all to witness. The song gets real real quick when learning it was written, by longtime friend Naz Tokio, about the drug and alcohol addiction HXV continuously faces in his life but from the perspective of the disease! An intimate portrayal of the insidious and isolating nature of addiction through the use of monstrous 808's and an equally moving melody. RESPECT.
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