poniedziałek, 2 stycznia 2017

Funny And Sexy Electrohouse Video From Grum By Matt Turner

So, it's late autumn 1977, it's a Saturday night, and also to a 7-year-old, the opportunity of staying up late is usually welcome. The proven 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 full of boiling water plus 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 background 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 about the underwater car, the steel-toothed giant, and the dwarf inside the sidecar.

It was perhaps as of this point that the house sound which was traditionally soulful and funky lost it's edge as it became more mainstream, while underground audiences sought something edgier, giving rise for the Electroclash movement which saw the overproduced, overthough house sound eschewed in favour of your punkier aesthetic driven from the do-it-yourself ethos of your new type of laptop based producers training of their bedroom's - just like Grum. The only sound was the wind as Bond fell. The music video is fantastic as well, combining 4 of mans favourite things: Grum, babes, food, n humour.



And then it began. We struggled to find seats within the dark, but eventually ensconced ourselves a couple of rows from your front of the balcony. It seems in injecting these past influence .

The movie continued into what I became familiar 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. But additionally, it tells a humourous narrative of the father seeing his daughter portrayed in one of these videos because he sets out to rescue her from iniquity. I stared in disbelief, convinced that guy was plummeting towards certain death. Funky and and disco influenced soulful deep house stumbled on prominence in the mid to late 90's with all the arrival of the french house sound championed by acts such as Daft Punk, and saw hits such as "Music Sounds Better With You" by Stardust top the charts internationally, to be then more funky house classics such as "Lady" and "Groovejet (If This Ain't Love)" by Spiller which blew the sound up worldwide.

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