T.S. Eliot once asked this bold question in ‘The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock,’ and today’s Canadian techno artist Peaches offers an answer with a love song of her own, albeit one that is bit more R-rated, to say the least.
Lotus isn’t going to sing to you. They won’t play you a ballad on acoustic guitars, and rarely will they say anything at all during a show.’ What Lotus will do is make you dance.
With Gov’t Mule, you know what you’re gonna get. Massive riffs, infectious grooves, and a ton of swagger accompany every Mule release, and By A Thread, the band’s latest album released October 27 on Evil Teen Records, does not deviate from that trend.
It was, perhaps, Annie who single handedly brought a whole to meaning to crying on the dance floor. It was 2004 when the Norwegian electro-pop singer made her debut on the music scene with her debut album, Anniemal, which featured the gripping track ‘Heartbeat.’
On its 2007 debut album, Galore, Canadian electropop-rockers Dragonette covered plenty of bases ‘- literally. Late night hook-ups, affairs and sex in limousines were just a few of the topics addressed via the band’s infectious 11-track album.