Audio Push‘s first and, to date, only solo feature found the Californian duo full of swaggerrific energy and ready to instruct us all in the art of Jerking. Nearly 12 months later, Price Tag and Oktane aren’t sounding quite so chipper – of course, a nasty breakup like the one described on new single Come Back to Me is enough to take the wind out of anyone’s sails. Backed by the mournful, string-laced production of Kadis & Sean, Audio Push address a shawty who was the Topanga to their Cory, the Adrian to their Rocky, the Chewbacca to their Han Solo (OK, I made that last one up). While there doesn’t seem to be much hope of rekindling the relationship described in this track, the twosome’s prospects of winning over Booth readers seem considerably brighter – but that, of course, is for you to decide. If this downbeat but catchy jam leaves you intrigued, keep it locked; Audio Push’s long-delayed freshman album, now bearing the unusual title Broadies Over Wodies, has yet to receive a solid release date, but we’ll continue to bring you the latest.
Written by richard on 06/30/10
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"Teach Me How to Jerk" (2009)
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