Gold Punany: A-Trak + Natalie Storm Connect on “Like the Dancefloor”

Words by Jesse Serwer—

Natalie Storm/Punany Monologues. Photo: Martei Korley/LargeUp

It seems that A-Trak, Fool’s Gold Records and Pitchfork Media have caught on to what we’ve known for oh, about five years now… that Natalie Storm is the shit. The indie rock website today premiered the video for “Like the Dancefloor,” a reworking of A-Trak and DJ Zinc’s “Stingray” featuring vocals from the author of our very own sex column, Punany Monologues. We’ve long wondered why the electrofied garrison dancehall innovator doesn’t get more love from the wider music world, so this development is definitely a good look.

Shot at Notting Hill Carnival in August, the video features footage of the lovely Ms. Natalie rocking a London stage, amidst a whole heap of images that immerse you right into the Notting Hill action. Watch it below and look out for the single, dropping Oct. 16 through Fool’s Gold and Rinse.FM.

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