Have you seen the brand new electrohouse nudisco music video from Grum? It's called "I Can't Shake This Feeling" and also the arrival of Grum has already been causing hyperbolic excitement amidst the house / electro / disco community in anticipation of his forthcoming full length release "Heartbeats" which you can get more details on at his official website www. The undeniable fact that I'd been "brave" whilst my dad had administered an ill-advised remedy to my infected, swollen nail-bitten finger, involving a kettle filled with boiling water along with a bread and potato poltis, had earned me a choice the cinema, or staying up late to watch Starsky & Hutch. My parents gave me the back about Bond being a British Spy who, to quote my dad, was "sort of like John Steed"...powerful words to a 7-year-old Avengers fan! The playground buzz was all in regards to the underwater car, the steel-toothed giant, as well as the dwarf within the sidecar.
The movie continued into what I became acquainted with as trademark climatic conclusion involving Bond storming the billionaire nutcase's lair, rescuing the girl, defeating the steel-toothed giant, liberating stolen nuclear submarines and averting global disaster. The shot panned wide, Bond was heading straight towards the edge of your cliff, at some speed! The black-suited ne'er-do-wells had decided to quit as the going was good, only pausing to loose-off a couple of inconsequential token gunshots. " But no, I was wrong. Suddenly frogmen appear with mini-submarines and harpoon guns. One of the funniest stuff I've seen this week.
"I Can't Shake This Feeling" is a great happy club track with impecable production continuing the renewal of house music with 80's style electro vibes - incorporating bold synthesized stabs and drum sounds and many types of round streamlined, polished and synthetic sonic aesthetic. Fights at the Pyramids, fights on trains. The second best moment within the film, following your parachute-jump of course, was the Lotus being chased from the helicopter. It's a doozy. What's so funny? This guy has just taken-out a helicopter, successfully driven a vehicle in and out of the sea, defeated a load of tooled-up scuba-divers, and also this audience gets the audacity to laugh? Only later in everyday life did I understand how the reactions of holidaymakers visiting a car emerge from your sea is amusing, specially the guy who instinctively doubts his or her own eyes, blaming his drink!
And then it began. I sat there promising myself that as soon as I was 17 I was going to pass my driving-test and get a car that went underwater, and no-one was going to tell me otherwise. http://www. And I'd considered staying home and watching Starsky & Hutch? A profound tasto persa effect on this particular 7-year-old's life had occurred, and there is something I couldn't be more certain of...this guy was nothing can beat John Steed!
And so that it began the homicidal billionaire nutcase hearing classical music whilst feeding treacherous employees to sharks, and remotely detonating accomplices' bomb-laden helicopters. The only sound was the wind as Bond fell. Fights at the Pyramids, fights on trains. As Bond approaches the cliff-edge, the violins frantically reach a high-pitched crescendo. The song particularly is reminiscent of several 80's pop classics using a soaring female vocal that sounds just a little like Laura Brannigan who had hits with "Gloria" and "Self Control"
"Damn Grum's got it right. The atmosphere was indescribable. Fischerspooner was obviously a key Electroclash act that rose to prominence which continues to be name checked by Grum as a possible influence in renewing and bringing previously overlooked 80's themes and techniques in to the twenty-first century with deft precision.
http://www. There has been thematic comparisons with all the video for Simian Mobile Disco's "Hustler" which also features attractive girls, but from Benny Benassi's "Satisfaction" to Eric Prydez "Call On Me" I think you can safely state that within the genre there's a recognised tradition of combining gorgeous girls with somewhat bizarre and abstract items and contexts. There may be thematic comparisons with the video for Simian Mobile Disco's "Hustler" which also features attractive girls, but from Benny Benassi's "Satisfaction" to Eric Prydez "Call On Me" I think you can safely say that within the genre there's an established tradition of combining gorgeous girls with somewhat bizarre and abstract items and contexts. Whatever the truth be certain to check on out this electrohouse music video from Grum for yourself: "I Can't Shake This Feeling"! http://www. com/watch?v=2t0Ef1Fs2Hw.