dance music

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So whether by fate, fortune or canny DJing, the attendees of the swanky evening were in for a treat when on comes 1990's funkiest dance-rock hit, Groove is in the Heart by Deee-Lite.
Murphy sings, writes and combines electronic effects and tape loops with conventional drums and guitar to make funky punk dance-rock that fills ballroom floors around the world.
Next on the bill are Sio Paulo's freewheeling dance-rock sextet CSS.
Using their 2004 dance-rock opus Any Minute Now as the primary source material, they stretch and chop old tunes, plus a few new ones, into radically different configurations.
Tipped for success this year, the band completely stormed the Glasgow venue last Thursday with their hybrid dance-rock and got a groove on in Tut's that was more akin to the Arches.
JAMES MURPHY, WISE-ASS MASTERMIND behind dance-rock punk-funk LCD Soundsystem and DFA Records, makes cowbell-laced disco-infiltrated tracks that are making people move on dance floors around the world.
From the timeless gems of "Rock Lobster," "Planet Claire" and "Private Idaho" to the more recent classics of "Channel Z," "Love Shack," "Roam" and "Funplex," The B-52s' unforgettable dance-rock tunes start a party every time the music begins.
With 'Luck' Vek expands upon the harder-edged dance-rock of 'Leisure Seizure,' making the combination of twitchy synths and jagged basslines feel all that more lively and accessible.
Entertainment will be provided by Tension, a dance-rock band that covers everything from AC/DC and Aerosmith to The Beatles.
I Am Austin area two-piece dance-rock duo from North Wales.
Prompted by the success of the Scissor Sisters - whose dance-rock tunes are undeniably influenced by the B-52s - the Athens, Georgia, foursome have made their first studio album in 16 years.
While Evans went on to front the hit dance-rock band Kosheen, Kingman developed his own music and business interests and they lost touch for three years until fate intervened.
You Could Have it So Much Better * Franz Ferdinand (Sony/Domino): Scottish quartet issues sophomore set of urgent postpunk dance-rock, peppered with brooding ballads.
Veteran Manchester dance-rock pioneer New Order - best-known for the '80s hit ``Blue Monday'' - drops ``Waiting for the Sirens' Call,'' its first set of new material since 2001.
Featuring 11 digitally remastered selections, THE BEST OF GRACE JONES spans 1977 to 1982, from Jones as mistress of disco to her reinvention as a singer-songwriter bringing together new wave, dance-rock and reggae.