Sunday, January 25, 2009

Saturday / Sunday Slide: Smurf Shoe

Discovery. It is always illuminating and satisfying to discover something new, particularly new music, which is something I am almost constantly seeking. Thanks to Twitterer @bizaaron for tweeting about Freescha, an indie-electro duo based in San Fernando Valley, California.

Listen to this little ditty called Smurf Shoe. It is difficult to tell if this is an official music video or a fan-created video. Admittingly, the video is strange - in a good way, though.

One thing is certain: If you ain't shakin' your rump by the end of the video, check your pulse.


Anonymous said...

Ah, but there's always something MORE to discover. Can anyone spot the "Easter Egg" in this track? I just discovered it myself. I'll give you a hint. It's from a pretty well known movie from the 80's...

David Kemper said...

With these artists, I am starting to realize that one must ALWAYS read between the lines. There's always something more.

Still can't find the Easter Egg, though the furry faced character and the bespectacled evil-looking character do seem to ring a bell.

Is it one of the plush toys?

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