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Thursday, November 18, 2010

Grillade's Video For "Dream Of You (Emotionally Yours)" Is A Chill Day in S.F.

Posted By on Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 8:26 AM

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Here, the jazzy, funky dudes of Grillade bring us a new video (with French Press Films) for the song "Dream Of You (Emotionally Yours)." The clip begins in an S.F. apartment, and follows the crew throughout a chill day in San Francisco. The song simmers along pleasantly, laying smooth whispers over a circular, Rhodes-flavored groove. It's a good tune, but we were kinda distracted by watching fun things in the video. Such as:

1. The messy apartment -- it's not home without burrito wrappings from the night before.

2. Sriracha hot sauce in the background -- it belongs in every household.

3. Drums set up in the kitchen -- we wish we could play drums in our kitchen.

4) Rooky Ricardo's Records -- one of the finest dealers of vinyl platters in the city, possibly the universe (and a very fine place to spend an afternoon).

5) Papalote (Fulton) -- do we even need to say anything here?

Now watch the video, and ponder the almost Jamiroquai-like smoothness with which the crew moves from one locale to another:

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