This week’s Dirt comes straight to you from the child of summer, Tropicool, and myself, jonahberry. We’ve carefully blended together the perfect recipe for you this week by finding the funk, multiplying the new hotness, then finally dividing a spicy touch of special, we’re left with a tasty 10-course meal. We hope you enjoy listening as much as we enjoyed curating. There’s a touch of everything in here, so keep your mind, and ears, open. You might just find something you never knew you’d like… Continue Reading
pic: Joshua Caine
In the next ten, twenty years or so, when we decide to trade in our skinny jeans and fixed gears for a mortgage and a BMW, which songs are we going to revisit in outdated formats to remind us of our youth? In the same way that younger generations continue to fall in love with the likes of Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones, whose music from this generation will be rediscovered by the next? As bangers come and bangers go, funky bass and sparkly synths make this classic collaboration from Fred Falke and Miami Horror as timeless as it gets. “Embrace” is one track that I hope sees plays beyond the end of a great decade in music.
Think: steam-powered tin robot doing the robot. Now listen to this song.