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.
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.’
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.
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.