COLLEEN GREEN’S “Dance the Night Away” will be on Jersey Shore tonight!
We’ll be watching, will you?
Jersey Shore kicked off Season 4 last week the right way - by heading to Italy, and also by using MNDR’s “Cut Me Out” in the intro as Pauly D talks about his plans for their trip to Italy. The show was one of the first supporters of MNDR’s work, and it’s nice to see them using her ridiculously catchy hooks again.
Not to toot our own horns here, but we’ve been saying for awhile now that because of her presence in the ever-present “Bang, Bang, Bang” by Mark Ronson, MNDR would soon be blowing up. Well, don’t look now, but over the last few months it seems as if MNDR is everywhere, and the more amazing thing is the love people are showing for so many different tracks - one could argue that “C.L.U.B.,” “Caligula”, and “Jump In” could all become her own “Bang, Bang, Bang” and propel her to superstardom.
“Jump In” was featured in an amusing scene of this week’s Jersey Shore, as they go clubbing and Snooki spots somebody she might like, but has got to make sure his last name ends with a vowel, because her kids need last names that end with a vowel (and good tans, naturally).
Last week’s Jersey Shore was packed with the usual combination of hilarious and outrageous moments, though our favorite may have been Snooki’s Sober Night Out. However, it’s what immediately followed that which caught our ears, as MNDR’s “C.L.U.B.” played while they were at the Aztec.
Can you believe it’s only been a year since Jersey Shore first brought the guido/guidette culture to TV’s everywhere? In the short time since the first episode, Jersey Shore has taken the nation by storm, with “The Situation” and “Snooki” becoming cult-icons.
Well, the third season has just kicked off, and in “Back to the Shore” we are introduced to a new character, Deena Cortese, a friend of Snooki’s. Not to be outdone by her household name friend, Deena ended up ‘accidentally’ showing Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino a little bit more than her bikini line. Check out the video clip above to see exactly how it went down…and while you’re at it, enjoy the sweet sounds of Tokyo Police Club, as their tasty track “Bambi” plays right at the beginning of this already notorious scene. “Bambi” is a track that expands on the group’s infectious guitar-based sound, and has hints of the psychedelic synth sound of MGMT and the double-delay tones of Vampire Weekend.