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Music Go Music Play Birthday Party

MGMRemember the beginning of Ghostbusters II? After a few lawsuits and restraining orders the front page headlines, Larry King interviews, and Dana had all but disappeared.¬†Instead, Venkman hosts a lame TV show while Ray & Winston play birthday parties to make ends meet. The new video for “Light Of Love” by Music Go Music is pretty much like that (sans Vigo). Read the rest of this entry »

Listen to MUSIC GO MUSIC On Morning Becomes Eclectic This Friday

This Friday tune into KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic when MUSIC GO MUSIC will appear with host Jason Bentley. Listen for Music Go Music at 11:15 a.m. PCT on KCRW’s live online stream HERE.

MUSIC GO MUSIC Release 3 Videos From Debut Album

Over the past two weeks, MUSIC GO MUSIC have been releasing a few videos to accompany their debut album, “Expressions,” due out on October 6th in the US. All three videos were recorded live for the TV talent show “Face Time,” which happens to have the best Host/Sidekick duo since Carson & McMahon. So far, we’ve seen clips for the nine minute jammer “Warm in the Shadows,” hook heavy romper “Just Me,” and synth packed chugger “Light of Love.”

You can see all three videos below and keep checking back here for more.

“Warm in the Shadows”

“Just Me”

“Light of Love”

MUSIC GO MUSIC Announce Full-Length Debut, Expressions

LA’s mysterious, cosmic disco group know as MUSIC GO MUSIC have readied a debut full-length, Expressions, due Oct. 6, in both vinyl and compact disc formats. Expressions collects Music Go Music’s previous, highly acclaimed 12″ releases all for the fantastical merriment of your mind and body. Read about how members Torg, Gala Bell and Kamar Maza created the pop revelation that is Expressions (complete with footnotes!) HERE.

Here is what music’s illuminati has said about the songs of Music Go Music:

“When people talk about the rebirth of disco, this is how it should be, manic zombifications reanimated from the Abba songbook, wired with Philip K Dick paranoia and Donna Summer euphoria.” — NME

“They begin with a bright-eyed Scandinavian sashay and end with a ten-minute Mediterranean disco romp featuring programmed drums, making detours along the way into rainy day ballads and guitar infernos. The cumulative effect plays like the greatest hits of dance saviors that never existed…and indeed, they probably should only be performed from inside an aquadome at the bottom of the Caspian Sea, or at least during a summer-long residency in Ibiza.” — Fader

“There is a late seventies, post-’I Feel Love’ disco feel to ‘Warm in the Shadows,’ and, whether or not it was their ambition to find that sound, it’s nonetheless a mightily refreshing dose of looseness and euphoria… One thing is for sure: the ambition for a long-lasting dynasty of overblown, slightly crackpot pop excess is there. ” – Stool Pigeon

MUSIC GO MUSIC Completes 12″ Series With Warm In The Shadows

Warm in the Shadows rounds out the trio of three-song 12″s that MUSIC GO MUSIC have released over the course of 2008-09. It’s both a fitting end-piece to the trilogy, and a remarkable expansion of the group’s sonic and emotional breadth. There is a casual, but undeniable magic to these songs, and it flows around and out of each note of every melody.

Title song “Warm in the Shadows” is dance music, as envisioned by a group with a greater allegiance to pop archetypes than to the hymns of the dance-floor. It’s a step in a different direction; an invitation to shake, coupled with a gentle evocation of the pain of wrecked love (“what kind of heart would break so easy as my own”). It’s a case history and a cure for both the lovesick and the lovesick-to-be.

The B-side offers up stories of exotic depravity consuming itself in ways both savage and deceptively elegant. The gypsy rhythms of’ “Thousand Crazy Nights” undergird a tale of dog-piled revelers instructed to “feel with your face, let eyes be your hands” whilst “trapped in desire’s agro dance.” “Love, Violent Love” is a psychedelic voyage through a land of raving mobs who “spiral past control” once their love is at last requited.

This collection of songs is further proof of the power of the transformative embrace in which MUSIC GO MUSIC holds what is dear to them, and the singular vision that they impart to it.

Warm In the Shadows is now available as a vinyl 12″ and as a download in fine digital stores.

Please download the MP3 for “Warm In the Shadows” HERE.

AUDIO

Faust by I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness
All White Everything by JJ
Wedding Day by Anand Wilder & Maxwell Kardon
Her Ghost by Woman's Hour
Aerosol Can (feat. Pharrell Williams) by Major Lazer
Pulsing (feat. Nina K) by Tomas Barfod
Red Eyes by The War On Drugs

VIDEOS

Runaway by Electric Youth

Dynasti by JJ

Sunspot by Suuns

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