Posted by Nick on April 23, 2014
Talk about feels. Baltimore-based Rvdical the Kid is back with yet another bedroom banger, this time titled “Rain Down On Me.” Allegedly he heard the original in an Applebee’s, got excited, realized he misheard it, and then took what he thought he heard and made it an actual song. The vibes on this will totally help you kick back after a long day, and may even be your next song to put on loop the next time your lady friend comes over. Big ups on this one.
Posted by VMan on April 19, 2014
Good morning, VMan’s got you covered with your Saturday morning tune with this remix by Gamper & Dadoni of The Aston Shuffle’s “Tear It Down,” a soulful deep house gem layered with a hell of a saxophone solo breakdown and a funky bass outro. Ya’ll have a great weekend, if you’re up early, get cooking in the kitchen, start cleaning, smoke something, the vibes caused by this record should get you motivated. This is a must listen and a must download!
Free Download: The Aston Shuffle – Tear it Down (GAMPER & DADONI Remix)
Posted by mimada on April 17, 2014
The methods of which Soulection uses to discover its vast spectrum of artists is as impressive and mysterious to me as the natural phenomenon of the Northern Lights, yet they’ve got it down to a science and are doing the world a great justice by sharing their findings gratuitously and by the plenty. Soulection features countless artists from each and every genre, but their White Label selections are something extra special, showcasing newcomers who are really bringing something to the table. I found this past week’s pick, Tom Misch, to be probably one of my favorites out of the series so far. This *free* White Label release features three tracks, all of which are incredibly executed and in my opinion, really represent the characteristic sound of Soulection (which as you can hear almost always has its roots in Dilla).
By the way, did you know Tom Misch is only 18 years old? Slayin’ em, Soulection, just slayin’ em.
Posted by Mel on April 15, 2014
The unique brand of music that Kygo and Thomas Jack have made popular is what Manila Killa has tried to replicate in his latest remix and he definitely succeeded in doing so. The only reason you could tell Kygo didn’t make this is because it doesn’t have the same main lead that pretty much all of his songs have. Other than that though, this is spot on. If by the off chance you were looking for more tropical house themed music, this should fit alongside your Kygo collection nicely.
Free Download: Benjamin Francis Leftwich – 1904 (Manila Killa Remix)
Posted by VMan on April 15, 2014
Last week I featured Satin Jackets’ latest remix of Salt Ashes’ “Somebody,” a nu-disco rendition of the synth-pop record, well this week having that tune on repeat on my SoundCloud, I couldn’t help but love the Cruelty remix of “Somebody” as well, which adds a funky touch to the original. I know I’m a month late with this one, but this track is by far underrated, and with the current exposure “Somebody” is getting, there’s no doubt this record deserves a revisit and a feature! This is a must listen and a must download!
Posted by VMan on April 14, 2014
Fresh off a sold out show in London, Kygo isn’t wasting any time releasing his remix of Benjamin Francis Leftwich’ “Shine,” and after my first listen this might be one of my top 3 favorite remixes from the Norwegian producer. If you’ve been keeping up with the young producer, and would like to catch him on tour, rest assure, he’s coming to America this Summer! Click here to see if he’ll be coming to a city near you! This is a must listen and a must download!
Free Download: Benjamin Francis Leftwich – Shine (Kygo Remix)
Posted by BP on April 13, 2014
SevnthSundays are always excellent! The release this week is a little different though, since it’s lacking the normal heavy R&B influence. SevnthWonder’s remix of “Mirage” by Mitch Murder is fresh and light. SevnthWonder stated that the influences for this remix were Wave Racer and Cashmere Cat. Featuring heavily altered vocals and an airy melody, this track will take your mind away. Grab this floaty track for free straight from Soundcloud as a part of SevnthSundays and keep an eye out every weekend for more!