Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. - The Speed Of Things mp3 album
JR JR, formerly known as Dale Earnhardt Jr. J. is an American indie-pop band from Detroit, Michigan, consisting of Daniel Zott and Joshua Epstein. Zott and Epstein met each other while playing in other Detroit music projects. They began recording in Zott's basement in Royal Oak, Michigan. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. was formed in late 2009 by members Joshua Epstein and Daniel Zott. The band also includes drummer Mike Higgins
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Zott maintains that Dale Earnhardt Jr. didn’t feel the stereotypical pressure that is often associated with sophomore efforts. As he revealed in our chat, he drew on the spirit of his hometown and the hectic pace of modern life - as well as some helpful advice from Paul Simon - to co-create the group's deeper yet still danceable second effort. What about the concept behind the record? 'The Speed of Things' is about, well, the speed of the world today, right? Does this have all over it? Yeah, I think that’s a lot of it.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. unusually unmotorized for a Metro Detroit band, despite their name, seem ambivalent about getting their groove on. You’re supposed to surrender to the bass, they lackadaisically observe in If You Didn’t See Me (Then You Weren’t on the Dancefloor). You’re supposed to roll your hips in time. But they sound skeptical, and their Vampire Weekend Lite take on Afro-Caribbean rhythm throughout feels equally unsure.
present their sophomore album, The Speed Of Things, via Warner Bros. The follow-up to 2011 s It's A Corporate World was self-produced and largely inspired by today's current internet-obsessed world. Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Like the city they come from, Dale Earnhardt Jr. are nostalgic, hopeful, and complicated, making dense electronic pop filled with pulsing beats and drifting melodies that evoke the pleasantness of the past while firmly facing the future. On The Speed of Things, the second outing from the Detroit duo, the pair return with a sound that feels refined yet somehow effortless, often drifting casually from track to track in a way that feels completely natural. Compared to their last album, The Speed of Things is a much more relaxed endeavor, but that laid-back vibe is exactly where Dale Earnhardt Jr. seem to thrive.
The second full-length release for the Detroit electronic pop duo was produced with Ben West.
Indy pop band Dale Earnhardt Jr. s members say their hometown has had a strong influence on their music. is the duo of Daniel Zott and Joshua Epstein. Their new album, "The Speed of Things," comes out this week. They joined us from just outside Detroit, and we started by getting right into the music. This is a track off the new album called Mesopotamia. soundbite of song, "Mesopotamia"). (Singing) If it's me or if it's you, doesn't matter what we do.
Album by Dale Earnhardt Jr. .If You Didn't See Me (Then You Weren't on the Dancefloor). I Can't Help It. Hiding. Beautiful Dream (Reprise). Don't Tell Me. Gloria.