Published on August 23rd, 2012 | by Alessandra Calderin0
Review: Gorillaz – Clint Eastwood (Pierce Fulton Private Edit)
Remember back in the early 2000s, when everyone was obsessed with this mysterious cartoon group known as Gorillaz? Remember “Clint Eastwood”? Of course you do. Well, a new young up and comer known as Pierce Fulton has emerged and granted the gift of a throw back mash-up redit and it hits hard. Right in the childhood.
So this roller coaster takes off with with a steady progressive pound before leading into a twinkling midpoint of “sunshine in a bag” that quickly builds a growling bass line that explodes into that broken down boom perfected by Koan Sound. The breakdown kills with a beautiful marriage of old and new and I wish my adolescent self could hear the gloriousness of that sound. That goes on for 2 minutes of glory and then explodes back into heavy house booms with an extended lead out.
“How do I get this song in my library right now,” you ask in rabid fury. You can download it on Facebook. All it’ll cost you is a “Like.”
About the Author
Alessandra Calderin Notorious for her legendary dance offs, Alessandra lives in New York City where she writes for EDMInsider and galavants about. She prefers her EDM outdoors or in sketchy Brooklyn warehouses but will occasionally "hit da club" if you really want her to. She tweets about music, film, yoga and weird thoughts. She doesn't update her tumblr nearly as often as she should. Her spirit animal is Harley Quinn.