AWOMPBAMBOOM VOL. 3 – Music Tips 4 Music People

From pop to synth to soulful to downright sinful, we visit some of today’s latest tunes . . . This is AWOPBAMBOOM Volume 3.

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Sweet, sunny, with a clean 90’s retro lick. Here’s a two-minute lollipop from “Tancred” . .

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If you’re into explorations of sounds, new and old, we suggest you lend an ear to Aloa Input’s “Going Home” . . .

. . . and múm’s “When Girls Collide” . . .

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Want to bask in a bango-backed spiritual? Go west, young one, with Jamestown Revival’s newbie “California (Cast Iron Soul)” . . .

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Early to bed, early to rise? Not so sure when it comes to female punk foursome “Potty Mouth” who light up the night stage to serve up “The Spins” . . .

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In 1979, Gary Numan was a tamborine-playing techno-head afraid to leave his car . . .

Nearly 35 years later, someone must have slid Numan some industrial tapes and psych-up juice because the songster has rolled up his sleeves, left his ride, and produced this dark-pulsing battle cry . . .

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The original or the remix? We’ll leave it to you . . .

Up first, Sir Sly’s “Gold:

Followed by the “Prides” remix:

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Finally, the song that has us blushing . . . Allegedly a hit in American strip clubs, we leave  you with some of the rawest, not-for-work lyrics we’ve heard in a long, long . . . very long time. Here before you is a song from the “Jus Rythm” featuring titans of twerk the “Ying Yang Twins.” This is “Draws To The Side.” PLEASE PLEASE do not play in the office or around the kiddies — and if you’re offended by super-sexually-charged lyrics, don’t listen. Pretty puh-lease.

— Until next time . . . Keep on clickin’ on —

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Lead-in image: 2009 Ying Yang Twins performance / Courtesy of Perfect Illusion / Shutterstock.com