Tuesday, 3 March 2009

Dance Nick, Dance!

Today I want to share a dancing site with the lot of you. But before you stop reading, it doesn't have your average dancemoves. The ones that are featured on the site could bring your status at a party flying through the ceiling, or down through the floor. I know this site for a long time, but stumbled upon it again about a week ago.

Here's the link:
http://www.browntowndotcom.com/nickdance.html (it might take a while to load, patience)

My favourite dance sequence seems to be:
V F G U Y I O A M



Now on to the music, the song featured on the site is Chromeo's Needy Girl. Chromeo is an electrofunk duo based in Montreal.The duo is P-Thugg (Patrick Gemayel) on keyboards, synthesizers, and talk box, and Dave 1 (David Macklovitch) on guitar and lead vocals. The two have been describing themselves as "the only successful Arab/Jewish collaboration since the beginning of time".
For everyone that never heard the song, here it is

Chromeo - Needy Girl [right click to download]








But I want to share some awesome remixes, the first one from a man called Dolby Anol (don't know anything about these guys)

Chromeo - Needy Girl (Dolby Anol's French Mistake Remix) [right click to download]








The second one is by Lifelike, a French house music producer called Laurent Heinrich.

Chromeo - Needy Girl (Lifelike Remix) [right click to download]








Enjoy, Mr. Brown

6 comments:

Kevin L. said...

rofl i love how i played the game and I was like "what song is this?!" and then i went back to your article and I was like "YEEEESSSSS"

hahaha nice job

Anonymous said...

hmm.. download doesn't work? O.o

Joe said...

it's just Dolby Anol. "French Mistake" is just the name of the remix.

Boba Fettuccini said...

You know what really gets me? My uncle has a bunch of chromeo vinyl... and doesn't own a record player, let alone a stereo. But he insists on keeping them.

Kevin L. said...

lol boba....im ecstatic about people commenting, but what does that have to do with the song? :P

also, I feel your plight, it wasn't until I bought my turntable that anyone in my family could play their records.

Joe said...

dolby anol is actually two guys