John Maus+Cinnamon Chasers+Jai Paul+Rho

Posted by Jakub

Photograph by _anna_ via Behance

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John Maus is a religion, you believe in it wholeheartedly or not at all. I think its the most honest pop out there thats pushing true boundaries.

I found this Cinnamon Chasers song on the ISO50 Blog room a few days ago, had the whole room full of animated characters dancing. A very simple song but bursting with drive and melody, I think i’ll keep this on my ipod if I ever need a pick me up.

This Jai Paul track has been everywhere, right away I love the whats happening with the fusion of high quality low end marrying a simple guitar line, its hard to make that sound right. Still not sold on Lenny Kravitz at times style vocals but the rest of the song overall makes up for it immensely.

Watching the end of the Silver & Light post that Charles did earlier had searching for the closing credit song, really wrapped the end up tightly without taking over. You can find the song on Vimeo’s new Music Store which i’m looking into and posting on later this week.

11 Comments Leave A Comment


Bryn says:

April 3, 2012 at 2:40 pm

I don’t know if you’ve checked out the music video for Luv Delux but it’s quite interesting and worth a watch.


Jakub says:

April 3, 2012 at 2:56 pm

@bryn I thought it was poorly shot high school project, the storyboard wasn’t bad at all just didn’t get executed thru the camera


JACH says:

April 4, 2012 at 12:30 am

John Maus remains solid. Impressive song. I’d like to see a heathered pearls and Maus collaboration.


Steven says:

April 7, 2012 at 12:26 pm

oh man, such a solid set of songs this time around. Thank you Scott Hansen. Respect for this blog is growing!

(ps, I just saw your comment about Teen Dive on another blog entry. I loved him before, with his new years eve releases etc. Let’s Groove! Now, I’m officially a fan. I so want to grab a dr pepper with him. he needs to come to Utah or Sacramento.)