[House] Sleepy Tom – Pusher (ft. Anna Lunoe)

Sleepy Tom
Pusher feat. Anna Lunoe

Do you want good house music? Because this is how you get good house music. Sleepy Tom and Anna Lunoe just linked up for an absolute scorcher of a fresh original with mainstream appeal but underground attitude. With Anna providing the crystalline vocals for each verse and build up, Sleepy Tom crescendoes the track perfectly through each drop with pummeling synths and an old school edge. IF you’re looking for that dose of energy for a slow Tuesday, Pusher is just the kick in the pants you’ll need to finish up your day in a better mood and an attitude that says, “Sure, I’ll dance out of my office today.” Enjoy the tune above and get grooving!

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[Event Review] The Weeknd, BANKS, & Anna Lunoe – The Chicago Theatre 10/13-10/14


(Photo Credit: Kyle Garcia)

’The Weeknd – Pretty’
’BANKS – Change (Prod. By Tim Anderson)’
’Anna Lunoe – Breathe’

3 artists. 2 nights. 7,200 minds blown. That would be the simplest way to sum up my experience in Kiss Land. With a lineup featuring The Weeknd, BANKS, and Anna Lunoe, I was understandably excited the whole day leading up to the event. The first thing that popped into my head as I strolled up to the venue and read the names on the glowing marquee, was that this felt all too surreal. Two years ago, I could’ve never imagined that my first show at the legendary Chicago Theatre would be by The Weeknd. Not only that, but the fact that he was headlining two sold-out back-to-back nights was a true testament to how far he’s come in such a short period.

Walking in, you could immediately feel the energy in the air. There’s always excitement before any show, but this night just felt different in many ways. Maybe it was because of all the weed smoke, maybe it was the crowded space in The Chicago Theatre lobby, or maybe everyone was just as curious about what to expect as I was. Luckily, we had Anna Lunoe to help carry us through each painfully slow minute that ticked by. While I personally didn’t know much about Lunoe coming into the show, I was pleasantly surprised by her set. She’s not your traditional DJ by any means, and her music certainly reflected that, as she was able to get the crowd pumped up with a unique mix of tracks that varied wildly between Cashmere Cat, Lil B, and even some of her own material.

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[TMN EXCLUSIVE] Anna Lunoe Interview


Going from public local radio to world tours seems like the ingredients for a great smoothie. Anna Lunoe has had a hell of a career this far. Collaborating with some of the biggest names in deep house, techno, nu-disco, and most recently, rap covers. She’s just wrapped up a massive tour with Bag Raiders, covered J. Cole records with AC Slater, and has records coming out on new labels, with new people, in a new game.

On a recent Tuesday, Anna is in LA working with her team on her next tour. Three days later, she’s in Denver performing to a sold out audience. Although relatively new to the scene, she looks relaxed and focused while methodically choosing each part of her eclectic set.The audience isn’t just receptive; they’re glowing. The essence of the deep house / nudisco genres is resonating between bodies, and they’re in sync. Needless to say, it’s fucking beautiful.

TMN: Talk to us about your transition from Sydney’s youth station to your current status.

AL: I was doing radio for a year or two, then I started programming music and djing. That was like a stepping-stone that was really great for me because I had to listen to a lot of promos and had to decipher what I liked and didn’t like, and my opinion was essentially what carried me through. I didn’t really have a large audience at first because I grew so organically. Obviously, I was really nervous, but worked really hard slowly build steadily.

TMN: Was there a big transition from Australia to the US?

AL: The transition wasn’t that bad! I’d been playing in America for the last few years but once I got here it kind of settled in how risky it all is. Luckily the gigs have been rolling in, I didn’t think about it at first but I’m confident with where I’m at.

TMN: You’ve now worked with Wax Motif, Touch Sensitive, Flume, and now AC Slater.

AL: Working with everyone has been really fun; everyone has pretty much been friends and every time is different. I either come in with a preconceived notion of what I want to do or go in and wing it and see what happens. When I originally brought a little sketch to Flume he bounced off that and I gave him the session. ‘I Met You’ was originally like a late 90’s Janet Jackson–esque track and he changed the whole vibe into a disco thing and then we rewrote, rehashed etc. Touch sensitive and I went in with no idea what we wanted to do, and out popped Real Talk.

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[House] AC Slater & Anna Lunoe – “All Night” (Cover of Power Trip by J. Cole)

One of the hottest songs over the radio this summer has just gotten a tune up at the music store. J. Cole’s “Power Trip” is a sexy and seductive songs that has been playing for a few months now. But today, producer AC Slater and the very talented vocalist Anna Lunoe, teamed up to do their own version of the song, calling it “All Night”. This tantalizing cover captures the sex appeal that is in the original song while adding an electronic feel into the mix. Slater does a great job with the up and dancing beats while Lunoe’s sweet yet seductive voice carefully plays out the lyrics, not to mention they both co-produced this piece. This song comes along with the announcement of Lunoe’s North American tour this fall supporting none other than The Weeknd. One this is for sure, whatever song this Australian beauty lends her voice to will leave any listener wanting more.

’AC Slater & Anna Lunoe – “All Night” (Cover Of Power Trip By J. Cole)’
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Anna Lunoe: Real Talk EP

Aussie’s know how to get down. Let’s start with the sexiest track on the EP titled “I Met You” featuring Flume on the beat and Anna Lunoe’s vocals that are extremely easy to fall in love with. Flume creates a summertime vibe that complements Anna incredibly well with a funky bass line and catchy melody that is easy to get lost in. The official video they did for “I Met You” features some trippy double vision video work, as you follow Anna and Flume frolicking in the forest. Real Talk is a collab with yet another Aussie. This time Anna teams up with Touch Sensitive who throws down a funky house jam with some amazing vocal splicing. The first remix on this EP is from Late Night Tuff Guy who remixes “I Met You” into disco heaven, he also released this one for free. The last track is a remix from DJ HMC delivering a very chilled out house vibe, this one is more low key but still solid. Cheers.

Anna Lunoe & Flume - I Met You
Anna Lunoe & Touch Sensitive - Real Talk
Anna Lunoe & Flume - I Met You (Late Nite Tuff Guy Disco Dub) (FREE DOWNLOAD)
Anna Lunoe & Flume - I Met You (DJ HMC Dirty House Dub)
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