Villains, the seventh LP from Queens of the Stone Age, is probably their most accessible album to date, not to mention filled with boogie/rock vibes, disco meets devils experimentation. This Friday's beat could only be the first release off the album, 'The Way You Used To Do'.
It's not Darude - But it is one SPICY Sandstorm!
A masculine modification derived from the original sweet 'Sandstorm' created by James Cunningham in Glasgow Scotland. Named for its cloudy yellow colour.
This variation, with the addition of Tobasco Sauce, is not for faint hearted!
It's a throwback this Friday to a time of true protest against the assembly line of spitting out children from state education. And we're making this a two parter. Yeah that's right it's Pink Floyd's 'Another Brick in the Wall' Part I and II.
For proven techniques on how to pick up this weekend, watch the film clip for 'Tulips' below, by Tigerilla featuring Gill Bates. Also worth it because the fact is, this is one hell of a tune.
It may have been 2004 when this song was released, the excellent fashion of the 2000's gives it away, but Belgian electronic music duo Soulwax video for 'E Talking' is something we still connect with.
The 19 year old Brisbane boy with the funky baselines down pat, is setting you up for a good time this weekend. Young Franco's hit 'About This Thing' featuring UK rapper Scrufizzer, is today's go-to pre-game song of choice.
Hypnotic and intoxicating jungle vibes are what we're digging this weekend with What So Not 'Beautiful' featuring Winona. Relax and allow this track get you going as it hits you in the face within the first five seconds of hearing Winona's voice.
Let's face it, Anderson .Paak is full of musical talent and probably more style than you will ever have in your life. With psychedelic grooves and confident verses, 'Come Down' will get you in the full screen, HD kind of mood.
It's 2018, we're playing a track from the 90's with a film clip based on a TV show from the 70's that was about the 50's... Mind Blown. Covering nearly as many decades as Weezer has been around, 'Buddy Holly' is the classic track of choice for your Friday Beat.