danceable danceable

Definition(s):

  • (adj) suitable for dancing

Usage(s):

  1. A solo album of danceable techno, Post Haze, is due out this month on China's Modern Sky label.
  2. What binds these identities together is a gift that is cerebral and carnal, frequently danceable and always entertaining.

News

  1. Five surprises from Pitbull and Kesha at the Hollywood Bowl

    Tuesday night's Pitbull and Kesha double-bill at the Hollywood Bowl was one of the oddest pop shows of the year. Two distinct crowds, two different ways of tackling danceable pop, and a venue built for sylvan music royalty upended into a salacious grind-down.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. NO BS! Brass Band: Tiny Desk Concert

    When a studio engineer and drummer from New Orleans met one of the best trombone players in Richmond, Va., a funky, danceable, street-style brass band was born. Watch 11 musicians squeeze behind NPR Music's Tiny Desk, turn up the funk and fly the "RVA" flag high.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: NPR

Quotes

  1. Kapranos said: "Nick and I are writing some more tunes. We've got a wee place in Glasgow where we're doing some new songs. It'sa wee bit different from last stuff but still very danceable, that's the main thing. It's always pop. Franz Ferdinand has...
    on Mar 13, 2007 By: Alex Kapranos Source: Ultimate-Guitar.Com

  2. "The music is quite different," Kreutzmann said in a press release. "It's real groove-based. It has lots of percussion and electronics. It's very danceable. It's gonna be quite a mix up there."
    on Jul 1, 2010 By: Bill Kreutzmann Source: SoundSpike

  3. "I wanted to create a collection of songs that are mostly uptempo, fresh and danceable, so that young people can relate to them," says Mendes of his work on Bom Tempo. "I want to reintroduce great Brazilian melodies in a different way and...
    on Jun 22, 2010 By: Sergio Mendes Source: World Music Central

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