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    Music, American Life, Rebel Heart, Love, Writting.
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    Rebel Heart

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  1. Remixes to "Dancefloor" are out. The 12" mix alone is worth it. The Italo mix gave me goosebumps.
  2. Coming April 6th. 1- Dancefloor (Ewan Pearson 12" Mastermix) 2- Dancefloor (Pearson and Lindbald Italo Mix) 3- Dancefloor (Powerdance Extended Disco Mix) 4- Dancefloor (Powerdance Disco Mix) 5- Dancefloor (Album Mix)
  3. The remixes for "Dancefloor" are mastered. Coming soon.
  4. Also check out her tune with George Fitzgerald on his album. ”Half-Light” is a melan-tronic bop.
  5. Ewan Pearson produced it. I've had this album on repeat since last week. Can't get enough of it! Here is my little re-edit of Dancefloor (just to bring it up to over 3 minutes...3:28, exactly). It's probably the next single. https://www.sendspace.com/file/aprvbm Finally, this album features a woman singing about other things than being with a boy, chasing after a boy or being betrayed by a boy...something other female artists could take lessom from.
  6. Stereo

    Justin Timberlake thread

    I thought his performance was really cool and alot of fun. His album is actually really good if you sit and listen to it. I’m also floored by the level of language used more and more online. Using words like pussyhole, and other degrading terms, and automatically assuming something is flopping because something is not an instant hit (Im seeing this in the Kylie thread among other places as well) is starting to get a litttle weird. I mean, we are talking about living people here, right. Define flop. Because alot of the people scoring «hits » and staying atop the charts are basically benefiting from the novelty factor. People move on so quickly from one thing to another that NOTHING builds on charts anymore. People tend to be dismissive of something so quickly now. If it doesnt resonate with them automatically, then they call flop and have these weird extreme reactions about how careers are over, albums should be burned and promo campaigns need to be re-examined. There is no in-between anymore. Youre either a hit or a flop. Why can’t one be just somewhere in the middle without calling for his retirement or his clear, out-of-touch inability to score a hit anymore? Why not sit and listen and absorb the music? Experience it. Let it sit and grow. Give it a chance and try to see it for what it is, regardless of chart positions which are, again, mostly dominated by people who benefit strongly from the novelty factor, and people’s constant need for it. It’s also weird that some people will call out, criticize and insult other artists, but will lash out and be shocked if anyone dismisses or goes after Madonna with quotes that ressemble « I really don’t understand all the hate for Madonna and how she never gets the respect she deserves, yet stupid, copy-cat, ignorant Gaga gets all the praise. » Irony. Hate seems to be the default emotion to go to now. Forums used to be bring people together for their LOVE of music or an artist or topic. Now, people moan and bitch and use gross, vulgar language to rile each other up by spewing up the first COMMENT that pops into mind, instead of taking a little time to process and express some thought on what they want to say. I’m just saying all this as the conversation has grown tired and revolves against alot of negative superlatives and dismissive terms and it is harder to engage in said conversation.
  7. Stereo

    Justin Timberlake thread

    I actually like the album and its production. Its a good album when listened to from beginning to end. Its got some interesting sounds.
  8. Stereo

    Justin Timberlake thread

    People are so quick to be dismissive.
  9. Stereo

    Justin Timberlake thread

    Put your filthy hands on me!! ha! I love this song and its dirty funk.
  10. Stereo

    Justin Timberlake thread

    I LOVE this song! I thought it sounded weird at first, but I love the groove. I thought it goes great with the image of the album so far. And the fact that it is not what I thought the album would sound like is fun. I like being surprised in this way.
  11. As a writer, I like to make a living off of my work. For the same reason, I dont want to stream and choose to download an album, if I can, off of an artist’s Bandcamp page for example. I dont need some self-entitled hipster who works for a streaming service to get a bigger chunk of my money than the artist himself.
  12. Ive had this album on repeat since yesterday. Damn! It's a great record!
  13. Bright Light Bright Light - Choreography 80's cheese and beats at their best. I've rarely seen someone with such a knack for melody. His songwriting is brilliant, and this is his strongest record so far. Worth a listen. "Running Back To You" is my current favourite.
  14. Stereo

    Rebel Heart album discussion

    Did a little experiment: layed the Inside Out demo on top of the album version. The result: a pretty bad-ass mix. Not perfect, but interesting nonetheless. Www.sendspace.com/file/ffwkis
  15. Stereo

    BEAUTIFUL SCARS!

    It's been my favorite track since the beginning. That bassline is everything.
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