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This Corner Of The Earth: 5 places abroad where I felt at home

My favorite musical group is Jamiroquai. I’ve  been loving their jazzy, poppy tunes since the early 90s, and can’t pick an absolute favourite of their extensive library of songs, as they are all amazing in their own way. 491 more words



Napoleon Dynamite Dance Scene

Jamiroquai - Rock Dust Light Star (2010) Review:

Every Jamiroquai LP seems to get better than the last. RDLS blurs more of the funk with much heavier techno influences. Opener “Rock Dust Light Star” is a hard-hitting funk track with the first instance of a new element in this LP: background vocals. 593 more words


♫ Jamiroquai - Canned Heat

A.K.A. how I dance in my house, minus the creepy going-through-neighbours-walls thing.

Tales From The Bargain Bin: Jamiroquai, Traveling Without Moving

Okay, this was a long time coming. Hurdles aside, reviewing this album was actually easier than the others, being that this album has a feel of being composed and produced with a commercial intent, but stays true to the band’s roots in spite of its mainstream aim. 385 more words


New Audio: Society’s Latest Single “Protocol” Channels Jamiroquai, Portishead and Soul Music

Comprised of 24 year old vocalist James Girdier and producer Brendan Lynch, the duo of Society initially released two highly sought-after limited edition releases under the a veil of mystery that has been gradually lifted with the release of the duo’s latest single “Protocol.” Interestingly, with their first few releases, Society’s sound has been compared favorably to… 62 more words