When I hear the words "set it off" I immediately think of one of two things; the 90s crime action film featuring the Queen (Latifah) herself (if you haven't seen it, do yourself a favor and get on that..right now) or else I think of the 1984 song by Strafe, "y'all wan't this party started quickly, right?" Though this song doesn't have much else in common with either of those two things, it still kicks major ass. Is it just me or do your shoulders seem to have a mind of their own when this song comes on? Can't stop. Won't stop.
The DJ duo Tube & Berger and Juliet Sikora all hail from Germany (also known as the Techno epicenter of the world.) Check out their label Kitball Records, for more dance-worthy deliciousness.
Need more house cleaning music? Well I hope you have on comfortable shoes! Toro Y Moi’s Still Sound is exactly what you’re looking for. The groovy bass line and guitar riffs are sure to bring out your inner dance machine
I first heard this song yesterday as I was running through Hasenheide, a huge park by my house. I had already been running (ok, you got me, jogging) for a solid 15 minutes and therefore reaching my tap out point. And then, like a gift from the gods, this magical song started pumping into my ears like a seductive siren, causing me to tap into a dormant energy source I wasn’t even aware existed
Last night, after a few glasses of wine, my roommate and I were laughing about our individual dancing styles when we are at a club and completely immersed in the music. My roommate tends to hang out in front of the DJ. She’s usually swinging her arms, but in a very controlled way as if she’s marching (that or fending off a bevy of zombies.) Oh and she’s usually smiling really big at other people, wanting to make sure that those around her are having just as much fun as she is.
Johnathan Fludd is like any other college student. Wide eyed and trying to find his place in the world. It can be the most stressful part of your life if you let it. Thankfully for him his love of music has kept him sane during these stressful times. He's an artist, a producer and newfound journalist just trying to share his love of music with the world.