Posted by VMan on December 15, 2016
2016 may go down as one of the weirdest years on record, but musically it’s been a sublime twelve months. Right in time for the Australian summer, Sydney based Arona Mane closes out the year with P.O.T.GS, a warm vibey tune, that somehow feels fresh and nostalgic at the same time. With a handful of BBC Radio1 plays under his belt, it’s obvious the right people (including us) are paying attention to Arona Mane, and you should too.
Posted by jewcebox on December 12, 2016
Indianapolis’ The Wldlfe is a new indie-pop band that shined with their debut EP, New, earlier this year. To keep their fire ablaze heading into 2017, the four-piece group taps Swedish producer Anders Young to give the EPs lead single, “Waterfalls,” a melodic remix. Refurbishing the original arrangement with electronic-based components and complementing the lead singers vocal with a irresistible melody, the rising talent gives The Wldlfe’s indie-leaning aesthetic a modern, dance renovation that will help the track appeal to entirely new crowd. You can listen to Anders Young’s remix of “Waterfalls” above.
Posted by VMan on December 9, 2016
Over the last year, we’ve watched Sydney producer JaySounds come into his own. Moving away from the big room sound, Jay’s music has taken on a darker, heavier tone, that’s ripe for late night warehouses. His new track, Outta Your Mind, is a heaving, hypnotic blend of bass and ambient vocals, just in time for the weekend.
Posted by VMan on December 6, 2016
Nick Peters quickly follows up on the heels of his Tipsy Records debut with yet another career making single “Release Me”. This young guru of tried and true melodic house hits has additionally earned the highly sought after attention of Sony Music, who are co releasing this uplifting track featuring vocalist Tom Bailey. The combination of these two promising talents is undeniable, and with all the support on this release thus far these two artists are sure to cap off 2016 in the best way possible.
Fight the winter blues with this offering from Nick Peters and Tom Bailey and you’ll have all you’ll need to unwind. Preview it in full below, and grab your copy in stores now!
Posted by VMan on December 2, 2016
LA-based duo Gutter Brothers bless us with another single, this time taking Kolia’s “We Go” and transforming it into a dark and deep house experience that’s hard not to love. Released on Solmatic Records, this instrumental conveys the hypnotizing vibes that classic house delivers, and then some.
Gutter Brothers, who previously focused on trap, seem to be switch gears, and it’s working. Their twist on house is refreshing in a world saturated by so much of it.
Gutter Brothers plan to make bigger moves in 2017. Keep an eye out for more action from them soon.
Posted by VMan on December 2, 2016
Greek producers Livin R and Dino Romeo, take on Sofi Tukker’s smash hit “Drinkee” and bring the Mediterranean vibes with them. Reminiscent of Edward Maya, or Mahmut Orhan, meets Manu Chao, this remix just makes me want to hit the clubs, and get my suave on. If it’s cold where you are, but Friday’s keeping you up, get your groove on to this heater. This is a must listen!
Posted by VMan on December 1, 2016
We’ve got a clutch new track from New York- based production duo MEMBA, who’ve made waves over the past few months with hits like “Ritual” off Elysian Records and “One” off Deep Root Records through their signature tribal trap sound. Their latest release off Elysian “Heat of The Moment” continues the momentum, incorporating elements of trap with a chill melody and hip-hop influenced sounds to create a dance friendly track with vocal assistance from GIIA and Hoosh.