Camilla Roholm A.K.A. Cinnamon Girl’s Devil In Me is the first track we’re really feeling from this Danish songstress, but we are really feeling it. It looks set to be her breakthrough tune, and with it will come a host of reMixes. One that has caught out ear right now is this version from New York DreamPop outfit Noosa.
Noosa tame the raucous post-ElectroClash of the original, smoothing it out for a totally different, but no less fun, vibe. Gone are the chainsaw synths in favour of dreamy guitar and easy going synths. Held together with a dancefloor beat, this carefree reMix is just the ticket for summer parties. Cinnamon Girl’s vocals work amazingly well in both contexts, but right here it’s time to just give in to the swirling DreamPop of this take on the song.
It was all the way back in the good old days of February, that we first wrote about New York DreamPop outfit Noosa. Things were all so much more innocent back then. They’ve got a new single incoming, let see how it stack up in these troubled times of July.
Sky Barbarick and Matt Buszko bring the total sunshine groove with them for Heartache. Big, full, synth sounds effortlessly glide out mesmerizing, nostalgic, riffs with a summery buzz. Heartache exists at the point where LA Dreamwave style Disco and proper ElectroPop meet and Sky’s understated, sweet vocals (whit what sounds like an almost Irish twang to them) shimmer over the top sounds optimistic despite subject matter. Heartache is ElectroPop joy, you need this in your life.
Coming out of NYC is Noosa, a new DreamPop outfit made up of Sky Barbarick and Matt Buszko.
This is the first track taken from their forthcoming début EP. ‘Fear Of Love’ is a song of deep, dark grooves juxtaposed with a big Pop chorus. It’s definitely got an NYC vibe about it, that slightly raw, indie feel to it, even being ElectroPop. There’s no sheen here, it’s gritty and feels real. It’s swirling synths and heavy bass aren’t overproduced to hell and the sultry vocals feel live and personal. Did I mention the big Pop chorus?