This Week’s New Music You Should Know About: The Goonies, The Electric, and Klooney
The Electric – Simple As Easy
This indie electro-pop track feels like if Corinne Bailey Rae teamed up with Lykke Li.
The Goonies – Trumpets
The Goonies bring you smooth, melodic hip hop featuring a trumpet and intelligent flow. If you vibe with Cam Meekins you’ll dig this track.
Klooney – Blue in Green
Klooney uses a Miles Davis sample and psychedelic visuals, delivering a self-produced song and video that categorizes them not only as a college rap duo with catchy melodies, but also as a Brooklyn rooted hip hop group.
Usher – Scream (Clinton Sparks Remix)
This remix bumps way harder than the original. If you’re not dancing to the latest from Clinton Sparks you’re not doing your Friday night justice.
Stephen Swartz – Bullet Train (feat. Joni Fatora)
This electronic track feels like a Bassnectar/ Ellie Goulding remix.
Eddy B & Tim Gunter – Underdog
Vibes like B.o.B, with sick flow over a melodic chorus.
J. Lye – Stay High
Blunt ride hip hop as done by a guy in a fitted.
ShaqIsDope – Varsity Jacket
If you were down with “Throw Some D’s” or basically any Waka song, get ready to speed too fast to “Varsity Jacket”.
Scribe Tribe (Teej, Marz, Abi D) prod. by Ransom Notes – Need Me
This Brit rap sounds like a Streets track over a heavy-bumping beat.