Track of the Day: 'All of Me'

Past Tracks Tanlines began as Brooklyn musicians Jesse Cohen's and Eric Emm's remix project but has spun into a higher profile record deal and a crackerjack summer party album, Mixed Emotions, which neatly dodges the hipster-versus-normal-music-fan divide. This track is a straightforward example of the element that makes Tanlines worth hearing: multi-leveled grooves, purpose-built for the warm days ahead.

All of Me by Tanlines on Grooveshark

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Brendan Hasenstab is a writer and editor living in Brooklyn.

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