Annie: 'Tube Stops And Lonely Hearts'
Norwegian popstar sensation Annie came on the scene in 2004 with her first album, the critically-acclaimed Anniemal. Her first single, 'The Greatest Hit' featured an iconic sample of Madonna’s 'Everybody,' which helped bring the singer to notoriety. Annie's sophomore album, Don't Stop, released in 2009, established Annie as an up-and-coming producer and singer, with tracks like 'Songs Remind Me of You,' co-produced with Richard X (who also produced tracks for Róisín Murphy, Goldfrapp, Kelis, Sam Sparro, Saint Etienne, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and other big names). Her newest venture, 'Tube Stops and Lonely Hearts,' is an ode to 90's rave culture, according to the artist. Although it might not be Annie's best moment so far, the track is cute and will hopefully make room for increasing her audience in the US.
Hot Natured feat. Anabel Englund: 'Reverse Skydiving'
Following the huge 2012 hit 'Benediction,' Hot Natured is keeping up with their signature mix of infectious deep house beats and pop vocals through the release of their new single 'Reverse Skydiving,' which features vocals by the beautiful L.A. based singer Anabel Englund. This is a slightly more approachable track than 'Benediction,' with a great potential for becoming an interesting radio hit. On another note, Hot Natured has recently remixed Phoenix's 'Entertainment,' and it's worth checking it out. It seems like we will be hearing a lot more from the British supergroup in the months to come.
This Sunday, May 5th: Paradisco with Tim Sweeney at THE OUT NYC
At Paradisco, we've had the chance to showcase many talented DJs whose names are familiar to a large portion of our audience, mostly through their residencies at revered parties in the NYC underground gay scene. Although our guest this Sunday may not be as quite known amongst the gays, he is beyond huge in the global house music scene and will take our beloved Sunday tea dance to an even higher level. We invited the man behind Beats In Space, the one and only Tim Sweeney, to take over the decks with his edgy, ground-breaking house music style. Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo outdoors on the rooftop of THE OUT NYC and we promise you'll be dancing the afternoon away. Further details on OXD's website.