One of Australia’s hottest musical exports has been making waves in the past couple of weeks, and I’m not talking about Flume discussing details of forthcoming album on Triple J. I’m talking about the one, the only, the duchess of house music, Anna Lunoe, and her recently released EP All Out. With more and more “house” music sounding the same—as is the pattern for flavor-of-the-week genres—Anna skillfully sets herself apart from the bass-heavy beats of Oliver Heldens or Tchami, both of whom have carved out sounds that everyone seems to be emulating. All Out features a refreshing combo of upbeat, danceable tracks with just the right amount of bass, melody, and sultry vocals to produce an infectious vibe that forces your body to move. I think it’s probably safe to say that the electronic music world is going to be hearing a lot more from Miss Lunoe in the future, but in the meantime be sure to show your support and grab your copy from iTunes now. Enjoy!
It’s really no secret that the spotlight in electronic music shines predominantly on the men behind the decks, but considering some of the female talent that has been making noise recently, I think that could be changing in the near future. Case and point—Aussie beat mistress, Anna Lunoe. After shaking things up a few months ago with a great mix on Diplo & Friends, Lunoe impressed me once again with her live set from Electric Forest Festival in Rothbury, Michigan—arguably the greatest festival in the country. As a part of her regular “Luney Tunes” mix series, Anna threw down and shared an awesome set at EFF; I just wish I could have been there to see it. Featuring a superb selection of jackin’ and bass house beats, along with new cuts from the likes of Disclosure and Treasure Fingers as well as Lunoe’s latest single “All Out,” her set is the definition of what house music should be. The bumping, upbeat mix with saucy and sexy selections is seriously impossible to not dance to. Grab the free download and show your support any way you can for Anna and the rest of ladies that are killing it out there.