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Harlem Shakes – Technicolor Health

Harlem Shakes – Technicolor Health


technicolor-health I haven’t mentioned these Brooklyn boys since The 12 Best Bands I Loved at SXSW post so I thought it was perhaps worth a quick post about their album Technicolor Health.

Harlem Shakes debut album is nothing but a fun collection of bright and breezy indie tunes and as John Butt noted in his State review – all catchy summer tunes.

The singer has this cheesy wedding-band vibe that I quite like. EVERYONE likes cheesy wedding bands right?. A superb live band too. Here’s my two favourites from the album.

Harlem Shakes – Strictly Game

Harlem Shakes – TFO

An Experimental Film Inspired By HARLEM SHAKES’ “Sunlight” from Matt Broach on Vimeo.

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