Dada Life "Happy Hands & Happy Feet"
The industrial-tinged house sounds of Sweden's Dada Life—originally discovered by Scottish dancefloor minstrel Mylo—are being taken to the next level on their forthcoming debut album, Just Do the Dada. The record's first single, "Happy Hands & Happy Feet," is a driving track of dark electro-house fueled by skittering, distorted synths and a rubbery vocal sample declaring something or other about hands, feet, and disco beats. Even when you can't understand what the voice is saying, the music speaks for itself.
- GearArtist Tips: Marcel Dettmann's Five Keys to Being a Good DJ
- NewsSoundCloud Announces Advertising, Royalty Collection, Subscription Service
- NewsThe Knife Splits, Announces Final Tour Dates
- NewsWarp Confirms Details of Upcoming Aphex Twin LP, Reveals Release Date
- NewsHear the Lead Track from Midland's Upcoming EP for Aus
- 20 Questions: Jackmaster Talks Fast Food, Rubadub, and Coping with the Endless Party Loop
- Get Familiar: Dark Entries
- Nothing Is True, Everything Is Permitted: Wolfgang Voigt, Lawrence English, and Others Ponder the State of Ambient Music
- 20 Questions: DJ Harvey Talks Surfing, Rock 'n' Roll, and the Meaning of Life
XLR8R Downloads Player