By Devin Duckworth | March 14th, 2013
The right kind of pop music can get me really excited — songs that capture an intelligent beat, makes me feel energized all over and want to tear up the dance floor. Cue Sunless ’97 and their track “Aurora I.”
On its own, this is a track I immediately vibe to, but with the help of Picture’s rework, the song is taken from the car stereos and brought to the London nightclubs. This celestial, after-hours gem manages to pack in euphoric 90s vibes with an ironic 80s attitude that maintains a refreshing R&B texture, and when set parallel to most of today’s pop music culture, this track stands out with ease.