Official Hank | “Feel Good”

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New York’s Official Hank blends the soulful vocal styling of Prince with the danceable beats of the Scissor Sisters or pop-sensation Mika. He hooked up with producer Heather Holley of Elicit Music (she worked with Christina Aguilera) for his single, “Feel Good,” will keep you dancing whether your at a party or in the clubs.

Here’s a video of a flash mob dancing to “Feel Good”:

We hooked up with Official Hank through our good friend and New York liaison, Jonathan of Orange Juice And Biscuits.

Scissor Sisters | “Only The Horses”

Everybody knows how much we love the Scissor Sisters. After 6 years of rocking to their infectious disco grooves, you would think I’d be more skeptical of the new direction they seem to be going in. “Only the Horses” is the lead single off their upcoming album, Magic Hour, and it’s a synth-heavy house jam, the first time I’ve ever imagined Scissor Sisters playing at a rave. It was produced by Calvin Harris and Alex Ridha (of Boys Noize).

As for the video, I’m not sure what the hell is going on. There’s horses (of course), and paint, and a pyramid, and more paint. And the folks on the YouTube comment section let the Sarah Jessica Parker jokes fly. You know, sometimes I can appreciate a good trolling.

Bonnaroo 2011 Lineup!

 

“Cover It Up!” Halloween Mixtape Vol. 3

Here is the third installment of our Halloween Mixtape series.  Can you believe we gathered so many frickin’ cover songs over the course of this month to dish out to you? They’re all coverin’ up in their little costumes, just look at ’em, so cute! Oh, sorry, I was talking about this basket full of puppies that have Halloween costume kini’s on. Anyway, make sure to download the zip file so you can rock it out and take to your Hollerween parties.

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(You can also download as a .zip file)

 

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Track list:

Discovery | “I Want You Back” (Originally by Jackson 5)

The Blue Meanies | “So Happy Together” (The Turtles)

Emanuel | “Kryptonite” (Purple Ribbon All-Stars)

The Riverboat Gamblers | “Let’s Go Crazy” (Prince)

My Brightest Diamond | “Tainted Love” (Soft Cell)

CAKE | “I Will Survive” (Gloria Gaynor)

Save Ferris | “Come On Eileen” (Dexy’s Midnight Runners)

Set Your Goals | “Message In A Bottle” (The Police)

Woodhands | “I Kissed A Girl” (Katy Perry)

Shiny Toy Guns | “Burnin’ For You” (Blue Oyster Cult)

Scissor Sisters | “Comfortably Numb” (Pink Floyd)

Alien Ant Farm | “Smooth Criminal” (Michael Jackson)

The Party Line Podcast Vol. 3… Rawk!!

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And we’re back party people. We stirred up a good track list just in time for your crazy weekend plans. You’ll hear some new tracks from Tokyo Police Club, Scissor Sisters, Devo, N.E.R.D., M.I.A., and many more. This week we talk about Merch’s subway fight in NYC, our opinion of J. Bieb, World Cup craziness and stolen weaves.

Thanks again for tuning in. Oh crap, that rhymed.

Listen & Download: The Party Line – Podcast #3

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This episode’s playlist:

Tokyo Police Club | “Big Difference”

Two Door Cinema Club | “What You Know”

Fort Knox | “Goldfish”

Common | “Universal Mind Control”

The Hood Internet | “I Ain’t That Earthquake (Wallpaper v. Little Boots)”

Dizzee Rascal feat. James Corden | “Shout Out For England”

M.I.A. feat. Jay-Z | “XXXO (Remix)”

Scissor Sisters | “Invisible Light”

Artist of the Week: Devo | “Sumthin” & “Fresh”

DJ Felli Fel feat. Lil Jon, Three 6 Mafia, Fatman Scoop | “I Wanna Get Drunk”

MSTRKRFT feat. N.O.R.E., Isis | “Bounce”

Amanda Blank feat. Spank Rock | “Gimme What You Got”

Alice Deejay | “Better Off Alone”

La Roux | “Quicksand”

N.E.R.D. feat. Nelly Furtado | “Hot N’ Fun”

Saves The Day | “Morning In The Moonlight”

Official Hank | “Feel Good”

New York’s Official Hank blends the soulful vocal styling of Prince with the danceable beats of the Scissor Sisters or pop-sensation Mika. He hooked up with producer Heather Holley of Elicit Music (she worked with Christina Aguilera) for his single, “Feel Good,” will keep you dancing whether your at a party or in the clubs.

Here’s a video of a flash mob dancing to “Feel Good”:

We hooked up with Official Hank through our good friend and New York liaison, Jonathan of Orange Juice And Biscuits.

The Party Line Podcast Vol. 3… Rawk!!

And we’re back party people. We stirred up a good track list just in time for your crazy weekend plans. You’ll hear some new tracks from Tokyo Police Club, Scissor Sisters, Devo, N.E.R.D., M.I.A., and many more. This week we talk about Merch’s subway fight in NYC, our opinion of J. Bieb, World Cup craziness and stolen weaves.

Thanks again for tuning in. Oh crap, that rhymed.

Listen & Download: The Party Line – Podcast #3

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This episode’s playlist:

Tokyo Police Club | “Big Difference”

Two Door Cinema Club | “What You Know”

Fort Knox | “Goldfish”

Common | “Universal Mind Control”

The Hood Internet | “I Ain’t That Earthquake (Wallpaper v. Little Boots)”

Dizzee Rascal feat. James Corden | “Shout Out For England”

M.I.A. feat. Jay-Z | “XXXO (Remix)”

Scissor Sisters | “Invisible Light”

Artist of the Week: Devo | “Sumthin” & “Fresh”

DJ Felli Fel feat. Lil Jon, Three 6 Mafia, Fatman Scoop | “I Wanna Get Drunk”

MSTRKRFT feat. N.O.R.E., Isis | “Bounce”

Amanda Blank feat. Spank Rock | “Gimme What You Got”

Alice Deejay | “Better Off Alone”

La Roux | “Quicksand”

N.E.R.D. feat. Nelly Furtado | “Hot N’ Fun”

Saves The Day | “Morning In The Moonlight”