First off, I hope all you EasyLovers had a most fantastic weekend.
Now, let’s get down to business.
There is only so much time I’m willing to wait while uploading music to zippyshare, mediafire, hulkshare, soundowl, blah blah blah, and so on. However, almost a year ago Spotify was introduced to the masses here in the United States and things have started to take off. Just recently they have introduced a super efficient way for me & other bloggers to publish playlists with the songs I want to introduce to all the readers of the EasyLove Records blog.
All you guys have to do is subscribe to Spotify and boom we’re in business!
They make it super easy for you by linking Spotify to your
Facebook account in order to save you time. So let’s begin with
making sure you’re subscribed to Spotify if not click on the logo below:
Sexy, Smooth, & Soulful Collection:
*You’re Not A Dj (Luna City Express Kung Fu Mix) – Gene Siewing
I’m a “laptop” dj so I found this song to be immensely entertaining.
I’ll go watch some Kung Fu movies now & learn how to spin.
*Let Me In (Lee Curtiss Mix) – Simon Baker Feat. Debukas
There is so much funk going on in this remix that I don’t know
if I want to start dancing or just post this song on every EDM forum
in order to promote the shit out of these 3 musicians.
*Video Games (Jamie Woon Remix) – Lana Del Ray
Let’s face it Lana Del Ray is blowing up right now & her girl next door
persona make it even harder to resist her music. So I’m giving you folks
what I believe to be the best remix of her hit song Video Games. I first
heard this remix in Tijuana, Mexico and it sounds just as good on this
side of the border. Thank you SiriusXM!
*Endconnection – Mittekill
So I have this dirty little habit of not paying for my music. I know it’s going to
end up screwing me over one day if hasn’t already, however, I’m a broke twenty year
old who has to take out college loans to support myself, so I’ll keep justifying my crimes.
Anyways to get to the point of my miniscule confession, Mittekill was about to have me fork over two dollars yesterday when I couldn’t find the full version of this song online.
Alas, Spotify (my hero) came to my rescue and now I share with you
this epic French track that’s gonna be on repeat all evening.
Kick back and enjoy the Spotify playlist dudes & dudettes.
[|Let It Go - Huxley| Click to Download @ 320KBPS]
I have a way of becoming obsessive with music and this song has me addicted. I think the music video really makes the song since it gives a clear meaning to the already
pretty blatantly understandable lyrics.
Apparently, the 80s are back; I for one am not complaining.
And not one to shy away from Bromance,
here’s the latest from the Bromance Records Label.
This is a remix of Lana Del Ray’s Born To Die by G. Vump. G. Vump is a side project of Guillaume (The Shoes) & Louis (Brodinski) that started more than a year ago. They have described it as “Purple Techno”. Lana Del Ray’s vocals are pure sex and the bass and tempo of the remix is absolutely astounding. Just listen and realize that you can’t help, but fall in love with this remix.
Ruthy A. Lopez