theGlitoris' top 10 traXXX for the week of November 9
theGlitoris' Top 10 traXXX: Let's talk about Girls.
By The Glitoris,
4:26PM, Tue. Nov. 9, 2010
Girls, is an indie-rock band from San Francisco, California. The band consists of Christopher Owens, Chet "JR" White, Ryan William Lynch, Garett Godard, and Matthew Kallman.
theGlitoris has been listening to a lot of Girls' new EP, Broken Dreams Club, due out November 22, via Panther Records. There is something about the fall equinox that has theGlitoris downshifting gears from electro-pop flirty beats to heavy-hearted folksy queefs. Some highlight tracks off the EP are: the impressive seven-minute track entitled, "Carolina" and the title track, "Broken Dreams Club." If you're in a tender mood, I strongly suggest feeling a little bit of life, via Girls' new EP, Broken Dreams Club.
Musical-visual scrapbook artist Pogo is back! After a year of producing professionally for Walt Disney Studios, the Australian remixer released “Wishery," just three days ago, and has already accumulated over one million views! The audio and video were sampled from Disney’s classic film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Another album on heavy rotation is an advance copy of Robyn's full-length album, Body Talk. Her seventh full length album features traXXX from her previously released EPs, with the addition of five new songs. Body Talk Pt. 3, is yet another EP set for a November 22 release date. A track from the EP, Stars 4-Ever, tops off:
theGlitoris' Top 10 traXXX for November 9:
1. "Stars 4-Ever" Robyn
2. "Carolina" Girls
3. "Wishery" Pogo
4. "Everywhere" Teen Daze
5. "Fun" Simple Machines
6. "S&M" Rihanna
7. "Take em Up" Shit Robot
8. "Four Four Letter" The Glass
9. "Glitter" Ghostland Observatory
10. "Cannibal" Ke$ha
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