Dim those lights and slip into this silky cover of The Korgis’ 1980s classic, “Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime.” This wispy little number comes courtesy of British producer and singer, Bayou. While the Londoner generally remains quiet on the scene, sonar alerts everywhere are blasting off to this funky, downtempo burner. A perfect tribute to the original, the track heats up over muted dance kicks, poppy synth work, and falsetto vocal whispers, which makes this tune a lesson worth learning.
Cool project that taking something that never gets old… Beatles covers. Adding some fresh new talent Community Music has released Beatles Reimagined, a 12 track electronic indie-pop homage to arguably some of the greatest song writers ever. Record features, Jhameel, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and DC’s own Brett who takes on “There’s A Place”. Grab the album HERE and enjoy.
Bonus… win tickets to Tame Impala’s show in DC w/ The Flaming Lips by playing band name mad libs HERE.
Awesome, and snappy cover from Yuck of “Age Of Consent”. One of my favorite songs of all time and certainly one of New Order’s best. enjoy…
Good news! Newdust favorites Geographer, will be playing at DC Nine on August 26. The band is touring around their 2012 release MYTH accompanied by pop-punk newcomers GRMLN. Be there… and until then, enjoy their creative and upbeat take on Arthur Russell’s “This Is How We Walk On The Moon”. Enjoy.
Just in time for the weekend! My all time favorite Outkast tune is covered flawlessly by Tame Imapala on Like A Version from Youtube’s triplejtv. Keeping in line with Andre 3000 & Big Boi’s smooth baby-making vibes, Tame Impala leaves a little wiggle room to blend in their characteristic space rock psychedelia, twisting it into a groovy, mellowed-out 60′s rock tune.