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Music Go Music – “Inferno” (Stereogum Premiere)

Earlier this year we heard "Nite After Nite" from LA band Music Go Music, which featured somber and lush atmospherics that gradually picked up speed, growing into a massive disco track. That was off of their upcoming album, Impressions, and now you can hear the band's newest single, "Inferno," which starts at full speed and… More »

By: Miles Bowe / July 29, 2014

Music Go Music – “Nite After Nite”

Music Go Music are an L.A. band who will put out their new album, Impressions, this October. The single "Nite After Nite" illustrates why you should be excited for that. Opening with the overblown drama you'd expect in the opening credits to a Bond film, it gradually turns into a propulsive synthetic disco track before… More »

By: Miles Bowe / June 18, 2014

Music Go Music – “Light Of Love” Video

The best track from Music Go Music's debut LP, their single "Light Of Love," has an official video now (the band had released a series of semi-live performance videos earlier). The "Light Of Love" video stars Gala Bell as a faded diva reduced to playing variety shows, with the rest of the band a… More »

By: jessica / April 14, 2010

Stereogum & team9 Present… MySplice 4: 2009 Mashed Up

There could not have been a more apt ID3 than that of Freelance Hellraiser's "Stroke Of Genius," the MP3 that launched this decade's most fitting musical legacy. Parts of two or three or thirty tracks mixed into one supersong? What better than mashups to soundtrack a generation of smartphone-wielding Adderall chompers coming of age i… More »

By: Scott Lapatine / December 23, 2009

The ‘Gum Drop CXIII: Hear New Music Go Music, Win A ZT Amplifier

We've seen Secretly Canadian ABBA enthusiasts Music Go Music do "Warm In The Shadows" on an invented '70s talk show. This previously unreleased remix by German producer Fred Falke readies the Expressions standout for a different sort of club. MGM's Kamer Maza told us the track's "more emotionally ambiguous than the others on the… More »

By: brandon / November 4, 2009

Music Go Music – “Warm In The Shadows (Fred Falke Remix)”

We've seen Secretly Canadian ABBA enthusiasts Music Go Music do "Warm In The Shadows" on an invented '70s talk show. This previously unreleased remix by German producer Fred Falke readies the Expressions standout for a different sort of club. We asked MGM's Kamer Maza about it. Falke darkens the song. It's already shadowy, but nowMore »

By: brandon / November 3, 2009

New Music Go Music Video – “Warm In The Shadows” (Stereogum Premiere)

Los Angeles ABBA enthusiasts Music Go Music recently signed to Secretly Canadian for their debut full-length. The collection will feature previous blogger-celebrated primer tracks "Light Of Love" and "Reach Out" alongside seven more, including the appealing, late-night disco diva turn of "Warm In The Shadows." For their first ever video, MGM -- who… More »

By: Amrit Singh / August 4, 2009

New Music Go Music – “Reach Out”

When we posted Music Go Music's "Light Of Love," we mentioned ABBA and ELO along with fellow Los Angeles crew Bodies Of Water. "Reach Out" is darker fare with heavy (ish) guitars and plenty of Bombast -- kinda like Bonnie Tyler minus the rasp. Frontwoman Gala Bell tell us to let her voice be… More »

By: brandon / August 7, 2008

An MP3 Mix For Your Memorial Day

It's totally reductive to associate Memorial Day Weekend solely with drinking and eating (and not, you know, Memorializing), but here it is, that special weekend custom made for welcoming summer, getting drunk, and eating bbq, and yay for that. Before signing off for the weekend, we got to thinking that it's been a pretty great… More »

By: Amrit Singh / May 23, 2008

New Music Go Music – “Light Of Love”

There's definitely some ABBA here -- which the press release notes, along with ELO -- but also something that rings more new age-y and cultish, like fellow Los Angeles SC crew, Bodies Of Water, and not just because of all the air-brushed sci-fi art at their MySpace (though we do love that shit). Fronted… More »

By: brandon / May 21, 2008