The new Basement Jaxx is easily one of the best albums of the year. Ever since their debut "Remedy" in 1999, Simon Ratcliffe and Felix Buxton have perfected their forward-thinking brand of quirky dance pop and electronica by generously mixing and matching different styles and genres. Over the years, they have also partnered with a range of different vocalists to add a unique flavor to every song, from Robyn to Sam Sparro, and from Kelis to JC Chasez.
One of their latest muses is emerging British singer Paloma Faith who brings a distinct retro flavor to the table. Check out "What's A Girl Gotta Do" featuring Paloma Faith that is taken from Basement Jaxx's latest album, "Scars." The track shows off what goodness happens when two genius producers team up with a spunky singer. It's a whole lotta doo-wop drenched in quirky electronica that is both progressive and innovative. Basement Jaxx move the genre forward yet again.