Richard Cheese – Back In Black Tie (2012)

I’m sucker for this guy!! If I have a bad day, and dam it, I have my share of bad days, Richard Cheese can make the s*it go away. He’s first four albums – “Lounge Against the Machine” (2000), “Tuxicity” (2002), “I’d Like a Virgin” (2004), and “Aperitif for Destruction” (2005) – re absolutely murderous releases, Richard (Mark Jonathan Davis, age 46) fronts Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine, a Los Angeles based cover band and comedy act, performing popular songs in a lounge/swing style reminiscent of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Tony Bennett. They are specialize in playing lounge-style arrangements of recent popular rock, metal, rap and hip hop songs, sung in a croony traditional swing vocal style, contrasting an elegant jazz treatment of the music with often profane and ribald lyrics to create a humorous dissonance. The band gained exposure after their cover of Disturbed’s “Down with the Sickness” was featured in the 2004 remake (directed by Snyder), Dawn of the Dead. They have some absolutely killer covers of some famous songs such as “Creep”, “Only Happy When It Rains”, “Nookie”, “Bullet the Blue Sky”, “Fight for Your Right”, “Smack My Bitch Up”, “She Hates Me”, “Chop Suey!”, “Material Girl”, “Me So Horny”, “People = Shit”, “Welcome to the Jungle”, “Sunday Bloody Sunday”, “Enter Sandman”, etc.
Last year I wrote about two of his latest releases, “A Lounge Supreme”  and “Live At The Royal Wedding” , now it’s the turn of this most recent “Back In Black Tie”. Read more Richard Cheese – Back In Black Tie (2012)

Richard Cheese – A Lounge Supreme (2011)

“You know, the world is a crazy place, and we live in troubled times, but despite our differences, the one thing that all of us have in common, is that we all have a birthday. My piano player Bobby Ricotta over there, he has a birthday. Frank Feta has a birthday. Billy Bleu has a birthday. And so do I. Mine is July 11. Feel free to have your sister send me photos.” Well, in few – and his own – words, this is Richard Cheese all about. Cheer up our day swinging. Musician and comedian, still can’t figure out which one comes first, Richard Cheese and his killer Lounge Against the Machine made up of talented guys named all with pseudonyms that refer to types of cheese such as (Bobby) Ricotta, (Frank) Feta and (Billy) Bleu performing mainly popular songs in a lounge/swing style reminiscent of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Tony Bennett since 2000. Read more Richard Cheese – A Lounge Supreme (2011)

Le Swing Du Lundi – Swing a nouvelle-ville (2011)

Morwenna Le Normand Рvocals, Fred Miossec Рclarinet, Christian H̩l̩ard Рguitar, Erwan Raoul Рguitar and Fran̤ois Chapron Рbass share a common passion: the swing. In their opinion, swing is the cure against monotony, against the cloudy sky and the gray Mondays, swing is the cure for everything.
Chicago, Blue Moon, It don’t Mean a Thing, Honey Suckle Rose are some of their re-swing titles, the French band delivered a nice collection of unforgettable tunes served with style and charm, classy, acoustic, but with fire in it and groovy, still soulful.
Read more Le Swing Du Lundi – Swing a nouvelle-ville (2011)

Richard Cheese – Live At The Royal Wedding (2011)

Prince William and Catherine Middleton get married. Who gives a shit? Well, it seems a few million of idiots from all over the world. I asked this, I ask again: we’re getting retarded? Yes, we do, because, yes, we can. I don’t wanna sound disrespectful, but hey, what’s so fuckin’ special about already balding Williams? Except the fact that he won the birth lottery and instead born in Somalia and starving to death he was born at St Mary’s Hospital, London, in the right freaky family, well, I think there’s nothing special about this dude. And well, being short, fuck the Pope, fuck the Royal Family, and generally speaking: fuck everybody! (Who’s volunteering to be the first? 😀 )
On 29 April 2011, Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine performed at the royal wedding reception for Prince William & Catherine Middleton in London, England! 😆 The album captures this live “cocktail hour” performance, featuring 15 romantic love songs recorded live at Buckingham Palace. Well, actually I don’t think so, but still, we’ve got a new live recording of Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine. Read more Richard Cheese – Live At The Royal Wedding (2011)

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Movits! – Ut ur min skalle (2011)

Three guys from Sweden mixing up Hip Hop with Swing. Feelgood music. Just jump around and forget about all that s*it its going on lately. And Johan Jivin’ Rensfeldt – vocals, Anders Rensfeldt – multi-instrumentalist and DJ, and saxophonist Joakim Nilsson make a good job as usually any Scandinavian dose it. Formed in 2007 Movits! choose their name alludes to Fader Movitz, a character in the Epistles of Fredman by Swedish 18th-century poet and composer Carl Michael Bellman, and replaced the last character of the name z with an s in order to avoid being associated with Swedish bands playing dance style music, such as Lasse Stefanz, Svänzons or Larz-Kristerz.
Their debut album “Äppelknyckarjazz”, literally translated as Apple sweeper jazz, was released in November 2008. Read more Movits! – Ut ur min skalle (2011)