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Soundboard: July 9

Every week, DIG’s staff picks the songs they can’t get out of their heads – for better or worse. Here are this week’s selections. To find the full collection, search for the DIG Soundboard playlist on Spotify (embedded below), and submit your own picks to editor@digbr.wpengine.com to get published.

 William McCray Sutherlin – A&E Editor

“Don’t Turn the Lights On” by  Chromeo: This Canadian electro-funk duo is made up of David Macklovitch and Patrick Gemayel. No need for lights, this infectious groove will surely get you through the night. ★★★

Pat Gunther – Entertainment Writer

“Cut To Black” by Lemaitre: Courtesy of my buddy Dan, this funky and exciting track from Astralwerks Records’ Lemaitre is saturated with playful piano work and the feeling of a cool beach breeze in its invigorating bass line. This tune will surely go over well during those late-night bonfires or rides around town with the windows down and the volume up. ★★★½

Avery Raines – Entertainment Writer & KLSU DJ

Tame A Wild One” by JJ Grey & Mofro: This sultry track from southern rockers JJ Grey & Mofro has soul, and is bound to stir memories of lovers past. ★★★½

Parks Vincent – Entertainment Writer & KLSU DJ

“Return” by Brian Eno and Hyde: There’s a unique clash of guitars drums as Hyde sings on Brain Eno’s newest project. Out now on Warp ★★★½

Cody Worsham, Editor in Chief

“All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor: Try this musical combination: social commentary meets summer smash hit. It’s not an easy feat, but Trainor pulls it off with style. Her first single from Epic Records celebrate full-bodied women and will have you shaking your perfectly sized booty for the rest of the season. ★★★★★




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