Arcade44 got the chance to chill out with J*Davey when they came from LA to play the Brooklyn Bowl. If you’re not familiar, the duo here (Miss Jack Davey and Brook D’Leau) will give you a glimpse of what to expect from their upcoming Warner Bros debut. Check out their Myspace here and one of our favorite videos after the jump.
Yvette Rovira is releasing her self-titled album today, on the heels of new remixes by DJ Spinna and Matthias Heilbronn. The self-titled album is motivational, inspirational and soulful, with thoughtful lyrics and strong arrangements: a perfectly bright and authentic release for the remaining summer. Feel free to share this download and check out the remixes before you cop the full album.
Yvette Rovira – “Let’s Go Out Tonight (Album Version)” [MP3]
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There are plenty of reasons why we’re looking forward to the release of this upcoming collaboration, Wake Up!, but here are a few highlights as described by the musicians themselves. Find out how these soulful 70′s throwbacks and their political themes are more relevant than ever in 2010.
“Let’s Go Out Tonight” has a backing of funk guitar, horns, and a rolling drumbeat behind Yvette Rovira’s powerful vocals, creating the upbeat dance tune of the album that will start off any night with a burst of energy. The track is a musical and emotional contrast to the rest of the album, which draws on heartfelt, poignant lyrics dealing with love, ambition and social responsibility.
Yvette Rovira – “Let’s Go Out Tonight” [MP3]