Local electro pop-tart Ed Muzik and his band the Burning Sensations are back with more airhorns and cowbells on their latest song ‘Pump Up The Volume’. Crank this on your next d-floor! We’ve just added it to the Starlifter playlist and you can download it for yourself from: here
Here’s the hype:
The biggest thing since the Clyde Dam – it’s Pump Up The Volume. Air horns, ﬂoors toms, 20 vocal tracks, jittery synths and cock-a-hoop lyrics. Itʼs everything youʼve come to expect from Ed Muzik, plus more. Itʼs Ed Muzik on crack. More crack. More, good crack. It’s Ed Muzik times inﬁnity. Squared.
Pump Up The Volume harks back to the rave era, to the late 80ʼs and early 90ʼs, to acid and warehouses, but without the homoerotic mimicry that characterises so much of the retro smiley-face crowd. Instead of simply glamourising the party and the excesses of wasted youth, Pump Up The Volume traces the arc of a house party, the rise and fall. Cos what goes up, must come down.
Ed Muzik and the Burning Sensations recently debuted Pump Up The Volume when they toured in support of Minuit. Test audiences responded
well to it, and it was decided that a video should be commissioned for the song.
This is the anthem for a generation (albeit, a very small subset of that generation.) Be sure to check out edmuzik.co.nz
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