Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Not In Love

Getting The Cure's Robert Smith to collaborate with you on a song automatically makes you ten times cooler in my book.

Yesterday, I came across a new song he has supplied his vocals to on my favorite blogging website (that site's a secret!). Crystal Castles, an experimental electronica music group hailing from Canada, has been graced with Smith's soul-splitting voice on their newest single, "Not In Love." The song is absolutely gorgeous, and the dance-worthy beats accompany his voice so well it's almost unbelievable.

Get a taste of the song below. Listen to it. Dance to it. Enjoy the hell out of it.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Geez, Ashley, this is just soooooo much better than The Beatles or Springsteen.
Robert Smith still rockin' the nail polish look? I bet that made him cooler in your book, too. Boys Don't Cry ... that's why he does!

October 29, 2010 at 10:08 AM 
Anonymous Curt said...

I love it when you post your meningless drivel about pop music. Robert Smith and The Cure haven't mattered musically in 10 years. The Cure have written some spectacular music but have doen nothign in 10 plus worthy of merit. Just checked out Crystal Castles and the might last about as long as a sand castle during high tide.

November 1, 2010 at 6:15 AM 

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