Posted by on September 7, 2018

Can You Hear Me

Gianni Marino has been making musical waves and registering in dance blog databases for the last few years at least. I was just reading today about a song that came out from him in 2016 and it’s no surprise that today the youthful artist is still dropping monsters when it comes to singles. “Can You Hear Me” is a significant collaboration between Gianni, brand new artist Boy Problems and the amazing Swedish pop singer ILY. We tend to learn more about these artists as they keep releasing music and it seems that they are finally making that transition towards mainstream pop.

It’s really exciting to get the opportunity to premiere this vocal anthem today. “Can You Hear Me” is an evidently 80s inspired pop r&b song with an lyrical top line pumping the whole time. Boasting a unique twist on their pop production style, these artists are sitting pretty in a world of generic sounding singles going live every Friday.

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Ambient | Bonobo Fans Will Want To Check Out Newcomer Waywell’s Third Original “Tube”

Posted by on March 1, 2018

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For fans of mellow electronica like Bonobo and Shallou, Waywell’s newest release “Tube” should be on your radar and on your playlists. The U.K. based producer showcases his talents with atmospheric drones, psychedelic guitar riffs, and downtempo plucks that are reminiscent of a Pink Floyd vibe, yet still holding true to electronic certain elements. The young producer’s future success is promising and will only continue to explore and grow his unique dream-like sound. Get ready to be lost in space while listening to the ambience of “Tube” by Waywell.

Ambient, Bass, Chill | SNOWMASS Breaks New Sound Barriers via New Single

Posted by on February 24, 2018

The Chainsmokers and Sam Feldt are just two of the bigger acts to co-sign SNOWMASS’ style and sound, but with signs of approval from artists at that level of success he is clearly on the right path! SNOWMASS came out with a new single called “Breaking” recently and simply put it is epic, it is a slow cooker, though. Slowly but surely “Breaking” evolves into something epic as hell. At first it starts off a little slow but once the mix of layered synths, bass, and drums come in the track skyrockets into a new soundscape and it is memorizing.


Ambient, Cover | Selfish Skin & Strehlow Cover 1980’s Hit “Wicked Games”

Posted by on October 3, 2017

This cover is simply gorgeous. Selfish Skin is a new vocalist out of the Midwest who teamed up with Noh Life producer Strehlow to re-create “Wicked Games”, originally by Chris Isaak. This new take on the throwback single gives it new life with a contemporary vibe, thanks to the laid back production style of Strehlow and the soothing voice of Selfish Skin. Kick back, relax and turn up the volume for this one you will not regret it. Enjoy “Wicked Games” above now!

Ambient, Electronic | ‘Time Goes By’ with Marcus Schossow and Corey James

Posted by on September 3, 2017

Marcus Schossow and Corey James’ ‘Time Goes By EP’ has been in heavy demand ever since their first play throughout Steve Angello’s BBC Radio 1 residency for 2016. Both lead track entitled ‘Time Goes By’ and ‘Tough Love’ also showcase the artists diversity as producers too. ‘Time Goes By’ is built upon a dark vibe and a soothing vocal, whilst ‘Tough Love’ is the more intense track which is built upon a gritty bassline and a plucked-out melody.

Ambient | Wilsonn Puts Bright Touch On Feki for “Thankful”

Posted by on May 15, 2017

“Thankful” by Wilsonn is a feel good record that will surely brighten your day for the better. The audio shines with great vibes, while the accompanying visual is somehow the most relaxing thing I’ve watched in a good time. Maybe it’s because I used to draw, but I think it’s more then likely because of Wilsonn’s silky top line that floats perfectly atop of the glistening production. Take your pick of why you like it after watching and listening above & below, You won’t regret it.

Albums, Ambient | Lose Your Mind in Thoma’s Self-Titled Debut Album

Posted by on February 21, 2017

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Everybody sometimes needs a body of music that allows them to sit back and turn their mind off. Tristan de Liège and Benjamin Hill, better known as their project Thoma, recently decided to team up after 10 years of friendship to develop a downtempo, emotional body of work that both could be proud of. Their self-titled debut album, Thoma, found home to Emancipator’s Loci Records imprint. A beautiful yet eclectic compilation of 11 cuts, Thoma’s sound infuses jungle sounds, worldly instruments, and electronic accents to spawn a mind-numbing assortment of ambient, indie-electronic, and chillwave cuts many can appreciate. Stream the full album above and purchase it here.