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May 16, 2013

Song of the Week - May 16, 2013



Song: "Never Dance Again"
Artist: Blue Stahli
Album: Never Dance Again (2013)

I saw you hold his hand and walk across the street one day
You and your lover never made it out of the way
So I guess you'll never dance again


Blue Stahli is a Detroit-based, American electronic rock project by multi-instrumentalist Bret Autrey, who was also behind American electronic projects Voxis, Remorse Code, and Dark Places. Blue Stahli came to be what it is now beginning with Autrey's meeting with Klayton (Celldweller). Following releasing his first single, "Kill Me Every Time," and his first collection album, Antisleep, Vol. 01, all of which came to be through Blue Stahli's connections with Celldweller, Blue Stahli would continue with his first and eponymous studio album and two more trailer-friendly collection albums simply named Antisleep, Vol. 02 and Antisleep, Vol. 03, among other releases.

Blue Stahli's most recent release is a single entitled Never Dance Again. The song from which the single was named is, according to Blue Stahli himself, "a sarcastic, yet upbeat slice of 80's chainsaw pop." Indeed, "Never Dance Again" is a brief nod to the pop rock of the 1980s, complete with synthesizers, synthesized guitars, and rather cheesy lyrics that fit to the cheery tone of the song. Two minutes, however, seems very short for a relatively catchy song. In short, "Never Dance Again," although very brief, is Blue Stahli's interpretation of 80's pop rock.

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