The market for 90's nostalgia is more saturated than a frathouse sponge lying in sink mud for weeks. "Find Me In the 90's," however, refreshingly reminds us that no matter how crowded a space may be, the crown jewel of the pack is ALWAYS going to stand out.
Far and away, one of those videos that make all the other debatably sh*tty one's worth it, enabling you to recapture that youthful promise of what the internet can be. An ode to everyones favorite decade by default, "FakeLife's" jam cleverly mixes and matches choice lines and sounds from throughout the decade, laying them over a decidedly 2012 pop-electro beat whose catchiness is almost upsetting.
Does the general dopeness remind you of something? Turns out the dude behind "FakeLife" is Sam Robinson, who you may remember from 2010's collegiate anthem,"Midd Kid." The songs are remarkably similar in structure, flow and pacing, confirming that Robinson's formula is not only proven, but hopefully here to stay. WOW.