The Netherlands-based duo has changed their name since we last saw them, switching from member Nick Klein’s name to Klyne, so as to acknowledge the contributions of both Klein and Ferdous Dahzad — the shift makes some sense, as Dahzad’s production and Klein’s vocals are both deserving of praise.
The song itself is as good now as it was back in Jan. — sensual, rhythmic, repeatable — so queue it up, enjoy, and be on the lookout for more from Klyne in the near future.
Boston duo Wolfside have graced us with a fun-loving, funky debut in “Dreamgirl”.
If you thought phrases like “I could be your man” and “…You know it and you’re not afraid to show it” were dated, well, think again. You obviously hadn’t heard them doused in upbeat, 80s flavor.
With a dance-ready bassline, airy vocals, and precise cowbell placement, “Dreamgirl” is a summertime playlist shoe-in.
I’m excited to see what these guys come up with down the road — a strong debut and a reference to one of the cruder viral videos of the past decade (perhaps intentional, perhaps not) is enough to keep me interested.