[Audio] Joe Goddard reMixes Neneh Cherry & Robyn’s ‘Out Of The Black’

 

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So, Neneh Cherry and Robyn, two artists we are extremely fond of, made a record together; and it’s was OK. Not nearly as epic as we would have liked, or would have expected, but still pretty solid. But fear now, here comes Hot Chip and The 2 Bears’ Joe Goddard to whip the song into an enthralling electronic masterpiece. Hooray!

Goddard’s take on Out Of The Black is a slow building synthetic House beats with clicky Garage-y beats and a hypnotic groove. Starting off keeping the original’s ominous tone, the tune soon elevates into a fairly uplifting floorfiller, complete with layers of snyth zaps and pops. The duo’s vocals take on a softer feel amongst the rising pads while loosing none of their edge. Involving stuff.

♫ Neneh Cherry (Feat. Robyn) – Out Of The Black (Joe Goddard’s The Black Friday reMix)

Neneh Cherry’s Out Of The Black is out now.

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[Video] Going Old School: Yazoo & Neneh Cherry

Goin’ Old School isn’t a trip down music memory lane, it’s a mugging in the dark alleyway of nostalgia:

First up, Yazoo unbelievable smash hit and most recognisable tune Don’t Go. The breakthrough in combining electronic and soul from1982.

And a just post-Buffalo Stance Neneh Cherry with the The Dynamik Duo produced Kisses On The Wind from 1989.

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Goin’ Old School: Simon Harris, Lil’ Louis & Neneh Cherry

Goin’ Old School isn’t a trip down music memory lane, it’s a mugging in the dark alleyway of nostalgia:

Simon Harris’ ‘Bass (How Low Can You Go)’ video from 1988 was like who’s who of UK Hip Hop in the ‘80’s, some US pioneers too…and Dave Pearce.

From 1989, Lil’ Louis’ groaning ‘French Kiss’ terrified old people at the time. Hypnotic Sex House will do that.

Neneh Cherry’s 1989 follow up to ‘Buffalo Stance’, ‘’Manchild’ was a more personal affair.

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