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Moon Boots (Pete Dougherty) teams up with long-term collaborator and talented vocalist Nic Hanson on ‘Take Me To Your Body’.
Filmed in Above & Beyond’s stunning studio, the duo perform a stripped-down version of their track.
A bright, seductive house jam with echoes of the Neptunes and New Jack Swing”, ‘Take Me To Your Body’ is reminiscent of balearic styles in its warm chords and airy staccato synths. Playful and fun, the track is accompanied by Hanson’s pitch-perfect delivery, singing flirtatious lyrics like “All I want is to feel / The kind of loving that’s for real / So baby let me whisper in your ear”.
The track follows recent singles ‘Hot Minute’ featuring Black Gatsby and ‘Come Back Around’ featuring Cherry Glazerr, both of which saw extensive support on KCRW, with the latter named ‘Coldest Record’ on BBC Radio 1 and supported by the likes of Triple J, and SiriusXM. All three tracks will feature on Moon Boots’ forthcoming third studio album ‘Ride Away’, out March 17th 2023, which is available for vinyl pre-order now.
Written and produced over a nearly two-year period beginning in early 2021, ‘Ride Away’ contains themes of love, companionship, and personal exploration. Hauling in a crate’s worth of musical influences, Moon Boots has imbued the album with his characteristic blend of soul, disco, and house music, whilst also introducing the sounds of synthpop, breakbeats, and Psychedelia.
A Brooklyn native, Dougherty became obsessed with electronic music during his teenage years. Following a childhood spent learning piano, he soon discovered synthesisers, hip-hop and the underground techno scene. Shortly after leaving Princeton University, he relocated to Chicago, where he DJ’d, worked on original music, and played in a touring synth-pop trio. Whilst performing and absorbing new sounds, he was also at work on original tracks, blending the influences of French house, jazz, minimalism, soul and other discoveries.
Originally from Philadelphia, Nic Hanson is a 27-year-old singer, songwriter, rapper and multi-instrumentalist now living in London. A hugely talented charismatic who has developed an international following on Instagram and TikTok by singing in dozens of languages, Hanson is no stranger to working with Moon Boots, having has previously collaborated on ‘Keep The Faith’ and ‘Clear’, tracks that have racked up over 18 million combined Spotify streams.
Release date: 18th November 2022
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How Does Music Affect Us?
Music is a very important part of our lives. It can make us feel unique and motivated, but it also affects our perception of the world around us.
In the 19th century, several different methods of music production began to emerge. Some were more sophisticated than others.
The early 20th century saw the rise of radio and television, which greatly increased the dissemination of music. However, there was a decline in the number of musicians making music at home.
Music has been around since ancient times. Archeological finds, such as the 40,000 year-old bone flutes discovered in a cave in Germany, suggest that music has been an important aspect of human life since Homo sapiens evolved from their primate ancestors.
A 2011 study conducted by the University of Groningen in the Netherlands showed that listening to music can affect our perceptions of the world around us. Researchers found that when listening to a song, all areas of the brain were activated.