Song of the day (No. 50)

Health released Disco2 earlier this summer, and Little Loud snagged the track ‘Nice Girls’ and made it their own. The song oozes with end-of-summer melancholy. Throw this on, take it down a level and let the woozy beats breeze over you. Don’t blame me if you can’t peel yourself off of the chaise.

Nice Girls (Little Loud Remix) – Health (right-click to download)


Song of the day (No. 49)

Who’s got disco fever? Alan Palomo, or VEGA as we know him. This Austin native is running hotter than Sunday church in mid-July. Grab your fan and get down with his bubbly beats and dreamy vocals.

No Reasons – VEGA

Song of the day (No. 47)

When I’m at work, I count on music to get me through the day. I look for something with a driving beat, and deep hooks and something that washes good feelings from head to toe. You can save the slow, mellow stuff for the next cubicle.

This Teen Daze remix of ‘Wet Hair’ by Japandroids is electro-dosed, damn addictive and my version of Ritalin when work needs to get done.

Wet Hair (Teen Daze remix) – Japandroids (right-click to download)

Song of the day (No. 46)

Toronto firecrackers, Dragonette have lit up the sky with their delicious summer track, ‘Our Summer’. When I look back on my 2010 Summer, this will definitely be on my playlist. Edgy and addictive, if this doesn’t make your Monday more bearable, I suggest you go back to bed.

Our Summer – Dragonette (right-click to download)

Song of the day (No. 45)

From Manchester, and just over a year old, Polarsets have managed to avoid the pains of growing up and are off to conquer campus come September. This fall they will hop from university to university playing shows and infusing a little dance-y disco into the soles & souls of students across the UK.

If you’re a fan of Friendly Fires and Two Door Cinema Club, I think you’ll dig these guys.

Happy Friday readers.

Leave Argentina – Polarsets

Song of the Day (No. 44)

I had to share this beautiful song from Arcade Fire. I had never heard it before I saw it performed live at Lollapalooza. Talk about magnetic. It is off of their newest album, The Suburbs. There is something about this song that makes all my worries fade. At least for today.

Arcade Fire – Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains