Pop | Tungevaag & Raaban Keep Summer Going With Remix of BUNT.’s “Take Me Home”

Posted by on September 24, 2017

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Swedish production outfit, Tungevaag & Raaban, are rather unknown stateside, however, the two have been on a rocket ship with European fans. With catchy melodies and signature vocal chops, the pair have lent their skills to fellow European team BUNT. and their song “Take Me Home.” While they maintain the soul of BUNT.’s original production, Tungevaag & Raaban swap the folk and country elements for more current dance pop stylings.

Pop | Dutch Duo Campsite Dream Is Back With “Smooth Operator”

Posted by on September 22, 2017

The first day of fall can always be bitter sweet. You know Summer is over, you look back on all the memories, though the holidays are coming, so you have something to look forward to. This makes for a great intro for the track I’m about to feature by Campsite Dream “Smooth Operator.” Many of you might have heard the record in your parent’s car on the radio on your way to school, or getting picked up – that lite FM channel was always my mom’s go to. Well today this classic made popular by Sade receives the future-pop cover treatment, by the Dutch mysterious duo Campsite Dream, and it’s a gem. Stream it below on Spotify, it’s a must listen!

Pop | Alxxa Teams Up With Gazzo For “Umbrella” Cover

Posted by on September 18, 2017

We had a chance to meet Alxxa over the weekend in Los Angeles and she’s the real deal. Her brand new take on Rihanna & Jay-Z’s “Umbrella” has us instantly hooked. Of the Gazzo produced cover she said:

“’Umbrella’ is such a badass song, and Gazzo and I knew we could do something different with it. That’s always the test of a good song, whether it’s stripped down, produced out, thrown into different genres, does it still work? Rihanna definitely got it right with this one and we had a good time putting our own spin to it.”

Keep your eye on Alxxa. She’s on the rise.


Pop | Cedric Gervais Takes On Madison Beer’s “Dead”

Posted by on September 7, 2017

Frenchman producer Cedric Gervais is back with a progressive future remix of Madison Beer’s “Dead,” a pop anthem that asks a relevant question? “If you say you can’t live without me, than why aren’t you dead?” That’s a very good question, and I’m going to meditate on it, it’s lyrical genius if you ask me. Press play, it’s a must listen!

Pop | Get Familiar With Culprit’s “Driveway” On Congo Records

Posted by on September 1, 2017

Hailing from Los Angeles and London, the electronic duo of Colin Dieden, also the lead singer of alternative band, The Mowgli’s, and Rob Ellmore, a producer and songwriter who has worked with major pop acts, have formed a bond that resulted in their alias Culpriit after being paired in the studio to write for another artist. Colin’s journey as a front-man for a prominent alternative band and Rob’s experimental production with major pop acts has blessed us with a refreshing electronic experience.

Their debut single “Driveway” has hit written all over it. Out now where music is sold via Spinnin’ Records’ latest imprint Congo Records. This marks Congo’s 4 release to date and by the looks of it, they are not messing around. Putting up huge numbers on Spotify and Soundcloud and we are loving the records they are signing. We can’t wait to see what they drop next. Grab the new single below and make sure to share with friends.

Purchase: Culpriit – Driveway

Pop, Trance | GKC Union Drops Debut Single “California”

Posted by on August 28, 2017

GKC Union are a new group out of NYC who are making pop music infused by an electronic production style. Their new song, which is also their first song on the market, is called “California” and it feels like a Friday afternoon in Summertime. The lead vox are the perfect top line for the upbeat production, making this tune a real mood changer. Having a bad day? Not anymore. Listen to “California” above now.

Chill, Pop | Adam Tell Drops New Electronic EP “Falsework”

Posted by on August 21, 2017

The midwest electronic–pop artist has come out with another EP with some of the most gorgeous album art I’ve seen all summer. He’s released two singles over two weeks sharing them with well-followed blogs. Last Friday, Adam Tells Falsework EP encapsulates an experience that is as light and cloudy as it is deep, emotional, and thoughtful. Adam Tell is far from his first EP and showcases musiscal maturity and a signature sound with this one, positioning him for a strong 2018 yet to come.

You can stream Falsework in its entirety above.