Posted by Aash Mehta on April 25, 2015
Filous has the magic touch – it’s that simple. I still have his remix to RAC’s “Tear You Down” playing on repeat. The 17-year-old Austrian producer’s style perfectly complements Urban Cone and Tove Lo’s vocals – creating a unique atmospheric vibe that he has become known for. This one is going to be perfect for those summer road trips and days on the beach. Don’t believe me? Check it out yourself and stream the track now!
Posted by VMan on April 24, 2015
Sebastian Carter’s original with Alea Kale “Fascination” is fun and sexy, and stays true to its title, this has the sounds of being fascinated by someone, in the heat of the moment, when things get hot and heavy, if ya’ll are catching my drift. This is warmth, though still ice cold on that Sebastian Carter deep house touch, the man is a meticulous producer and puts out gems! Look out for this single off Crosswalk’s first Compilation album, until then, this is a must listen!
Posted by VMan on April 22, 2015
Eric Gitau was featured a few months back with his remix of Bebe Rexha’s “I Can’t Stop Drinking About You” and this time around he’s back with a remix of Tamia’s “So Into You,” a chill house take on the RnB classic that’ll have you to a land of wonders. Eric is really starting to become one of my favorite dance producers from Kenya, matter of fact he’s the only producer I know from Kenya, but he’s putting on for his country, and this is quality, so shout out to him! This is a must listen!
Posted by MK3 on April 22, 2015
Fans of Aer, Cris Cab, or Academy take notice, William Bolton is up next and is easily becoming one of my favorite artists. The Detroit native is bringing back old school Mo-Town and mixing in some Pop, Hip Hop and Summer vibes for a scintillating sound that has you playing it time and time again. On My Mind is going to be on his forthcoming project, ‘Love Supreme‘ set to drop this summer which should be one of the top projects set to drop in 2015.
Posted by MK3 on April 22, 2015
As Winter turns to Spring in New England, Boston native TJ Hickey delivers some summer-esque acoustics vibes with Good Girl. The Sean Devine produced track is extremely smooth and a much slower change of pace relative to TJ’s previous work. Good Girl is the last of four releases from TJ as he continues to prepare for the release of his album Undeniable coming this summer. Stay connected with TJ on Twitter and Facebook!
Posted by jewcebox on April 20, 2015
We’ve been supporting Mike Posner since his first release. He’s been off the radar for a bit, but Posner is back after quite some time away and appears to be older and wiser. His genre bending sound continues to captivate hip-hop, rock, country, and indie fans in a way few artists can. I remember when Posner first burst into the scene six years ago making crazy remixes in his dorm room at Duke and featuring tracks with Big Sean. He has been to the top of the world and back and this track showcases a more mature songwriter. While he can still ham it up for Maroon 5 and other pop acts, Posner’s newest acoustic-driven track reminisces on living and growing up after half a decade of fame.
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on April 20, 2015
Following the successful release of her single “Sunny Days”, Janelle Kroll has returned with yet another genre-bending song, titled “Numb”. It’s rare to find a sound that maintains pop sensibility while being experimental and unique. “Numb” manages to balance these polarities and has attracted a wide array of fans.
She opens up for Marian Hill this Wednesday in NYC at Rough Trade, and will be performing at Lollapalooza this Summer.