After three years of silence, Two Door Cinema Club is back with their third studio album, Gameshow. The three-piece alt-rock band is back and better than ever, as they trade a trace of indie for a taste of 80s pop. A funky album from start to finish, it is nearly impossible to notice the pronounced 80s vibe on the album that is accompanied by the heavy use of synths. The track “Invincible” is reminiscent of Queen, while the track “Surgery” seems as if it was synthesized by Daft Punk. Other bangers are scattered across the album. Some tracks are so catchy that other songs get lost in their shadow, which can be interpreted as either good or bad. However, the album closes with “Je Viens De La” which is more than memorable due to its ability to make you feel like you just entered a funky disco party. All in all, Two Door Cinema Club went above and beyond with Gameshow, delivering a flavorful album that was worth the four-year wait.
Top vibes: “Lavender”, “Je Viens De La”
For those who vibe to: The 1975 and Foals
Check out the track “Are We Ready? (Wreck)” below.
MØ is back!
After several appearances in the EDM scene with popular hits “Lean On” and “Cold Water” both by Major Lazer (the latter featuring Justin Bieber), the Danish singer MØ drops the single “Drum”. This single also follows her original rising hit “Final Song”. “Drum” is a bouncy song with a sort of tribal island beat to it that can get anyone moving. With a simple, yet infectious chorus, you can’t resist the urge to sing along. Positive lyrics about taking hold of your life and marching “to the beat of your drum” allows this song to become an anthem for anyone who just wants to be who they are without any insecurity or shame. MØ seems to be doing just that, riding her unique sound to the top and taking her fans along for the ride.
Vibes like: “Step Down” – Elliphant
For those who vibe to: Tove Lo and Mapei
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