Postmodern Jukebox rarely fails to hit it out of the park, but I particularly enjoy their collaborations with Christina Gatti. The latest maintains my high affection for them both.
Scott Bradlee and the Postmodern Jukebox performers continue to impress and delight, but I have to admit I’ve got a particular soft spot for Christina Gatti‘s takes on songs, especially her take on Beyonce’s “Drunk in Love.” So I was excited to see her latest contribution, providing vocals for a cover of Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me.” Continue reading
Given the date stamp on the YouTube video, and the number of views (nearly 100 million as I write this), either the U.S. is late to the part of this song, or just me, but I just heard it the other day and have been digging it. Given it was a U.K. number one earlier this year, perhaps we’re just getting to it now. Continue reading
I’ve praised Postmodern Jukebox here in the past, so for this edition of YouTube has Everything, this isn’t as much a throwback as it is new releases of popular songs re-envisioned in a throwback style. Two recent releases are collaborations with other singers that have partnered with them in the past, and yield excellent results. Continue reading
I know I just posted about Postmodern Jukebox last month, but I’m really getting into what they’re doing to transform pop hits into another era. I also think the pairing of singers, era and tune is getting stronger as they move along; their take on Ellie Goulding’s “Burn” is particularly inspired. Continue reading