Posted by jewcebox on February 27, 2017
LA Based Jason Gaffner brings the funk with his latest release, ‘Phantom’. The final installment of his upcoming EP album, Jason’s fourth single is sure to catch the attention of even the most dedicated Daft Punk and Stevie Wonder fans with his prodigious electro-soul style. Meaningful lyrics and a head-bopping chorus will have you wishing this bad boy was longer than just 4:18. Be sure to stream ‘Phantom’ on Spotify and check out the rest of Jason’s work on SoundCloud or iTunes.
Posted by jewcebox on February 27, 2017
Late last week Australia’s Cold Coast producing phenom, Daily Holla introduced, ‘Waves (feat. J Fitz)’ in preparation of his forthcoming EP. Dynamic production and captivating vocals generate an unmistakable emotional pull that is mirrored in the track’s accompanying music video. Waves chilled out vibe receives an atmospheric kick as J Fitz silky topline comes soaring over a gorgeous synth baseline. Be sure to check this one out and more on Spotify, iTunes, and SoundCloud!
Posted by jewcebox on February 21, 2017
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.
Posted by JT on February 14, 2017
ELITE FOR, a trio hailing from New York City, is composed of producers and emcees IZZY MAN and Danny Zenith, and opera/R&B singer ON-KI. “Missingno” is a sexy compilation of R&B and Hip Hop vibes layered over a delicious electronic platform. This is a nice change from the typical sounds you hear – this music video should give clear indication of that!
Posted by jewcebox on February 13, 2017
Melbourne Based electronic artist, Benji Lewis, releases his latest single ‘Drift’ just ahead of his forthcoming EP, Home For Now. Looking to set the mood or maybe just chill out during your lunch break? Throw on ‘drift’ and let Benji take your eardrums on a nice soothing journey. Co-produced by Golden Vessel, the track’s melodic-electronic soundscape is paired nicely with heady synth rhythms and flickering accents. Check this comforting single on iTunes and Spotify before it blows up.
Posted by VMan on January 10, 2017
Posted by VMan on November 15, 2016
Odd Mob strikes back with a new single entitled “Down For Love” graced with newcomer Helen’s catchy vocals. This time, the duo comprised of Robbie and Harry delivers a track fusing Hip Hop and Future Bass. In fact, Odd Mob is constantly on the lookout for new sonorities to play around with, continually developing and growing their own sound. Would it be their 90’s throwback ‘Into You feat. Starley’, which dominated the ARIA club chart at #1 for a record 7 weeks, their Indian influenced track “Origin” or their bass heavy “Gassed Up”, Robbie and Harry are relentlessly experimenting with all of what music has to offer.
“We’re both huge fans of rap/hip-hop in general and basically started playing around with this old sampled drum beat. The whole track built itself around that in no time at all. It’s definitely one of our cleanest/tightest productions to date! We never set any boundaries when we hop in the studio so we’re always making stuff that sounds nothing like what we’ve made before. I mean, back in the day, songwriters only had access to a certain number of sounds, whether it be their guitar/drums or whatever analogue synth they happened to own. Nowadays we can literally use any sound in the whole world, so it just makes sense for us to always be making different music and experimenting with different sounds.” – Odd Mob
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