Here's a handful of electronic pop instrumentals.
They're fun, feel good and happy.
Synth pop, electro pop.
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You enjoy singing, but have no backing band?
Then why not sing some of the pop songs by hooyoosay.
Karaoke versions now available with the album "The hooyoosay Karaoke Versions - Volume One".
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hooyoosay - No Clashing Egos
By Anastim Ducray.…
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By Rick Jamm, July 10, 2016.
The music of the hooyoosay, for me, has always been a futuristic retro-pop narcotic. Their summer track, “Palm Tree In My Garden” is yet another bittersweet pill to pop for society’s financially stable, but emotionally unstable, middle-to-high class, chauvinistic leprechauns. The track has been slated as “a happy beach-pool-summer fun song”. Esthetically and sonically yes, but on the inside it launches a…
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"Palm tree in my garden" by hooyoosay sounds like a happy beach-pool-summer fun song, and offers a cocktail of pop, R&B, rap, alternative, funk, and a bluesy, vintage 70's feel.
It deals with the topic of having all the wealth and popularity in the world, but then perhaps being a bit on the losing side as for true friendship.
Brett Stewart reviewed and wrote:
Like their past creations, ‘Palm Tree In My Garden’ is chock-full of personality. I love the…
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"There's love in town" is the title of the latest single by hooyoosay.
It is soft pop and synth pop, revival and retro, transmitting a strong 80's vibe.
It's a ballad dealing with the love-seeking topic, evoking a night time atmosphere, and a hopeful, expectant mood... tonight there's love in town! …
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In an era where artists are categorized into a million and one genres and twice as many sub-genres, along come hooyoosay. What exactly do you call them? Part of the magic of this band is that you can’t label them with anything that exists at this time – they’re far too retro… or far too futuristic, depending on which side of the timeline your tastes are coming from.…
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It was this occasional recording jam that gave birth to hooyoosay, a couple of guys playing some cover songs just for the fun of it, but eventually leading to an online-stores release.
Then later, when things further developed into an organized mechanism, hooyoosay became this peculiar music recording project, having a variety of unnamed and frequently changing collaborators, inevitably displaying a wide diversity in taste and in styles with their…
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"Tare Too Te Rut Te" by hooyoosay: now also on the compilation double CD "Goa Chillout Zone - Volume 6", released a few weeks ago by W.O.A. Records, both in online stores and as printed CD's.Continue
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The song "Googly Goo" by hooyoosay has been included on W.O.A. Records' compilation album "Independent Number Ones - Volume 4".
Release to online stores was on December 24th 2014.
The launch of the hard copy printed CD is set for January 31st 2015.
For more details and download, visit
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hooyoosay is a peculiar music recording project, having a variety of unnamed and constantly changing collaborators.
Hence a wide diversity in styles is arrayed, which makes hooyoosay rather hard to categorize.
Previous releases were the full-length "In dekay", and the single/EP's "My obsession", "Don't you lie to me", and "Come on".
And again hooyoosay have a couple of…
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Few artists are able to provide listeners with a full semblance of the band’s nuance in the course of two tracks. hooyoosay has stuffed each track on this single with enough passion and aplomb to keep things lively.
"Come On" is a track that touches upon the sixties and eighties with a bouncy beat and a surfish vibe that permeates all points of the song.…
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Or to put it in a different way: this is music with no ego.
The founding artists, all of them busy with other musical projects, once got together by way of a casual jam, celebrating their common fondness for rhythm and…
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By James McQuiston, NeuFutur, June 2013.
"Don’t you lie to me / Yooplaaa!" is the band’s latest EP, and it showcases a certain eclecticism to hooyoosay. It is this certain undefinable quality that will bring listeners in by waves. Hints of They Might Be Giants, XTC, and Devo can all be heard in this introductory track. The funky electronic-infused style of the band during this effort will burrow deeply into listeners’ psyches, while there…
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By Baxter Labatos, Spheremusic, May 2013.
hooyoosay is a remarkable band making happy tunes. The only thing that bothers me is that I could not find the country of origin from this awesome project. At first listen, the tracks sound like jingles with electronica meets country kind of style, but then again it doesn’t sound so. It is hard to categorize their music, but they surely make catchy tunes rooted in the beauty of pop music.…
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Aurovine blog, July 2013.
Bluesy, quirky pop with a touch of vaudeville is a somehow inadequate stab at describing the wonderful and slightly eccentric world of hooyoosay.
Listening to the new EP, consisting of "Don't You Lie To Me" and "Yooplaaa!", you could be forgiven if you assumed hooyoosay were happy-go-lucky…
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Only a band with a name like hooyoosay could come up with such a fantastically fun dance song like "Yooplaaa!" There aren't many instrumentals that can really get you up and moving and just make you feel the music, but "Yooplaaa!" is one of those songs.
From the opening notes, the song gets your attention and it never lets it go. It puts a spring in your…Continue
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If you'd be looking for a few more fun tracks for that family party, then hooyoosay have them!
First, their new single, "Don't you lie to me", breathes comedy, cartoons, crazy movies and video games.
The intro grabs attention straight away, with its bizarre chiptune riff that sounds like an electronic super kazoo.
The vocals are quirky and cartoony, and…
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