Summer means new music to add to your playlist (or at least that's how I justify the downloading of many, many, many songs…obviously).
Here are some great tracks that would make excellent additions to your playlist and one of the songs is from Maroon 5 — what Maroon 5? I don't like Maroon 5! (said me never)...and cue mental images of a shirtless Adam Levine.
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So, last week I did the big iPhone music purge and started one of my favourite pastimes of re-adding music to my playlists (not going to lie, I'm slightly OCD about my playlists—a shocking revelation by me, I know).
Anyways], there was a rock theme thing happening, so I figured some music sharing was in order . . . obviously.
For more of my playlists, check out Workout Playlist: January 2014, Songs For The Road, and Songs For a Vasectomy.
Following last summer’s much-anticipated release of FEVERS’ debut full-length album, No Room For Light, and its latest single, "Dance Cry Dance," the band has returned with an EP to quench the fans' thirst for more DCD under the sun.
Dance Cry Dance Remixes is available for free download now on the FEVERS’ Facebook page, and features three remixes of the single, one brand new song mixed by Damian Taylor (Björk, The Killers, Austra), and, of course, the single itself.
Check out the tracklist:
Dance Cry Dance Remixes:
"Dance Cry Dance" (Radio Edit)
"In Your Bones Dance Cry Dance" (Adam Saikaley Disco Fever Remix)
"Dance Cry Dance" (Dialoog Remix)
"Dance Cry Dance" (Legion Of Green Men Dub Remix)
Here's the track "In Your Bones" (I may have already listened to it a 100 times already . . . MAY have). The song is perfect for those summer nights out on the patio with a chilled glass of wine in hand . . . it's musical perfection.
Catch FEVERS live in Toronto as they take part in NXNE Showcases on June 18 at The Boat (11PM) and June 19 at The Rivoli (Co-Pilot Showcase, 8PM). Can’t wait that long? They’ll be on the main stage at Westfest in Ottawa, on June 15, at 6PM. Seriously, go see them, because this band is destined to be big.
Check out Roxanna and the Kongos—great new music hitting the scene!