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Cedric Gervais – Molly
All of us here at I Can Give You House were simply appalled by Madonna’s drug-use promoting actions at Ultra Music Festival when she asked the crowd how many of them had “seen Molly?” Her actions resulted in a lot of backlash from angry EDM artists such as Paul van Dyk and most notably, Deadmau5, who went off on one of his famous rants via Facebook and Twitter, expressing his disgust the Material Girl. It was only a matter of time before Madonna took to the interwebs to defend her honor, countering with claims that she was simply supporting her friend Cedric Gervais’ forthcoming Spinnin’ Records release, “Molly.” While we certainly do not condone drug use, and actively advocate for responsible raving practices, Gervais’ “Molly,” which just dropped today, is arguably the biggest release of the week. That 303, acid sound has been popping up everywhere in recent months with artists such as Nicky Romero, Tommie Sunshine, Hardwell/Joey Suki, Burns and NT89, and we hear it again in “Molly.” Gervais takes that funky acid electro sound, couples it with syncopated percussive elements, and drenches it in robotic, shamelessly blatant vocal samples about searching for “Molly.” If you ask me, it’s a total gimmick, and I have no doubt that because of these samples, this song will become extremely popular. But if you take away the samples, you’re left with another run of the mill acid style electro song. Overall, i’m a little underwhelmed. But hey, that’s just my opinion. Do you guys think “Molly” is a banger? Sound off in the comment section below.
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