Posts Tagged ‘Happy Elf’
“Beach Street” is a laidback, groovy electropop EP from one of the most curious artists of the underground electropop scene: Happy Elf. “Beach Street” is a mixture of easy listening pop made purely with analogue machines. Jeroen’s way of creating is smart, happy, free from schemes, …. and easy. Juno Six Sex? Purely magic. Download Beach Street here.
WM Recordings artist Happy Elf is a very busy man. He works as a music teacher, he performs in various bands, he records at least two Happy Elf albums every year and now he has found a new career as a musical balloon artist. His new act hasn't gone unnoticed. Happy Elf's Loop The Balloon will be present at two major festivals in the Netherlands: Lowlands (20-22 august) and Mysteryland (28 august). Later this year Loop The Balloon will also perform at the Live Looping Festival in Santa Cruz, USA. Check out Loop The Balloon on YouTube.
Happy Elf's video for "Online", the opening track of our 100th free release:
The latest release by Happy Elf can be downloaded here.
New free mini album by Happy Elf, available now:Happy Elf - Sexmachine More grooves, more lyrics and another guest vocalist: welcome to SEXMACHINE, a mini album filled with sounds of legendary synthesizers and dirty guitars. Willem van Dullemen, a famous blues guitarist/singer from Rotterdam joins Happy Elf's hitmachine on two tracks. This album features songs about relations, sex and dreams. But don't take it too seriously: it's Happy Elf!
German radio station Hertz 87,9 has published a one hour podcast featuring only WM Recordings artists. Download or listen for free at Radiohertz.de. Artists include Vernon LeNoir, Happy Elf, brunk and The Rabbits.
Here's the video for Happy Elf's Dong-dong-di-ki-di-gi-dong:
Now on iTunes: Happy Elf featuring Nina - Dong-dong-di-ki-di-gi-dong Four classic Dutch pop tunes, originally recorded by The Golden Earring, Shocking Blue and Earth & Fire, done Happy Elf-style, featuring 15-year old singer Nina.
New free download, online now:Happy Elf - Loose your headFive instrumental analog dance tracks to make you feel good. Each track has a distinctive minimalistic atmosphere. The beats are bare and simple, the sounds nice and dirty. So when you've had a bad day, wanna shake a leg, need some positive energy: listen to these tracks. Happiness guaranteed!