Nohtenkigengo – “Club”
Nohtenkigengo’s “Club” makes me wish it was summer and I could camp under the stars. After a barbeque and drinks with friends, there would be a campfire and music. “Club” would come on and we’d dig our chukkas into the the earthen floor and just dance.
The Kanagawa-based solo artist’s “Club” sounds like it was created for a party far away from the lights and concrete blocks of the city. It feels organic even when the four-to-the-floor rhythm is pounding away at equal intervals. It’s folk, it’s dance, and the vocals and combined instrumentation even sound a bit Ogre You Asshole.
File this under “songs for open-air parties” or “songs to drive down dusty roads to.”