Monthly Archives: April 2010

week&groove – Wouldn’t It Be Bad

This week’s track is Wouldn’t It Be Bad by Lady Gaga vs Kesha vs The Beach Boys. Snubbing the Gaga-Ouh-La-La would be highly hypocrite during this era we live in. DJ Clive$ter is my official Mash-Up-Chop-Pop messiah who definitely knows how to turn some cheap-processed Happy Cow squares into a kinda fancy aged Gorgonzola Di Buffala. How about some old Beach Boys tune melted with two of the most aired songs from the past months? Whether you adore or despise the original tracks, the end product will leave a certain mark on your beautiful neck.

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Wouldn’t It Be BadLady Gaga vs Kesha vs The Beach Boys

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week&groove – Mangia Amore

This week’s track is Mangia Amore by Marsmobil. I dedicate this edition to all those who were “stuck” in Milano last week, and to all those who brushed their teeth at least once in the seven past days. This band knows how to purée the trashy forgotten analogue sounds with the minimal-electro obsessive space-pop. The result is quite exotic and erotic. It will even titillate an orthodox nun’s mind. Never forget that a wise man once said: “It’s getting hot in here, so take out all your clothes”.

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Mangia Amore – Marsmobil

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week&groove – Made For Beirut

This week’s track is Made For Beirut by Marc Codsi. When designer Raya Tueny offered me to collaborate with her on her narrative project, I couldn’t say anything but “Wicked!”. Made For Beirut situates fashion in a schizophrenic city that is in constant (re)construction. We stitch vernacular with glam. We reposition Beirut as a sustainable and creative hub through fashion. Codsi did a spectacular job (as usual) in composing this eccentric teaser-soundtrack that forces me not to answer my phone when it happens to ding. No one said that week&groove ain’t also about sending you a sassy ringtone to plunge you in my city’s peculiar mood.

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Made For Beirut – Marc Codsi

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week&groove – Pa’ Bailar

This week’s track is Pa’ Bailar by Julieta Venegas y Bajofondo. Boy, these kids democratized tango! Thanks to them, Argentina is witnessing the creation of an ingenious electrotango genre; while my holy iPod is undergoing a sophisticated explosion of double X chromosome delicacies. The scratchy voice of Julieta came to add a terrific passion to my favorite mid-tempo workout tune. And when I say workout, I don’t necessarily mean it on the treadmill.

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Pa’ Bailar – Julieta Venegas y Bajofondo

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What would you do If you won the millions ?

Amazing commercial for Le Charcutier Aoun. 100% Lebanese. The characters are so authentic and typically lebanese. Memac Ogilvy did a really great job for this special operation “Win over 300 millions lebanese lira with Le Charcutier Aoun”.

And you? What would you do if you won the millions?

week&groove – The Ghost Inside

This week’s track is The Ghost Inside by Broken Bells. Yes, a mellow, downtempo record can be pretty uplifting somehow. My name is Bruno, and I’m a musical finesse addict. I’m jolly that way. And guess what? Your playlist just became richer, darker and more complex. Your daily commutes will soon become more enjoyable too. Broken Bells’ eponym brilliant album was released last month, and has on its cover a huge Aids virus molecule. I can understand that. It’s highly contagious.

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The Ghost Inside – Broken Bells

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