Posted by jewcebox on July 17, 2014
If there is one song you’re going to listen today, make it this one. Not only are these two kids 19, this is also their first release EVER. We don’t know much about this duo, but I’m sure we’re going to see a lot more from them in the near future. The FREE DOWNLOAD is linked in the SoundCloud player!
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on July 5, 2014
Curation is key. It is this fact alone that has allowed music streaming services such as Songza and Beats to be purchased for millions and millions of dollars this past year. And, it is this fact that keeps talented curators in the front of our minds and ears.
In the wake of endless singles, one-off radio hits, and all-around clutter in music it is nice to know that there are those out there that will spend tireless hours of their own time to bring a collection of the best music to your ears. Today, this glorious mix of tunes is brought to us by WhitneyAbstraKt in conjunction with Artistic Manifesto.
The mix is self-described as follows: “It’s a mild spring evening, the wind is gently blowing through her hair, and you’re out enjoying a night on the town. You have one thing in mind, but the night carries you in an entirely different direction. Before you know it, dawn has arrived and you realize that the entire night has been one hazy, disorienting, pleasurable blur. You just experienced “A Night With Leyla.” This is your soundtrack.”
Enjoy the eclectic musical stylings, and have a great Saturday night to accompany it.
Bass, Chill, Electro | Sevyn Streeter (ft. Chris Brown) – It Won’t Stop [Manila Killa & Hunt For the Breeze Remix]
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on May 28, 2014
Right about now is the time of the year when all artists kick it in to overdrive with their output of summer-friendly music. A few days ago, Manila Killa and Hunt for the Breeze took to Sevyn Streeter and Chris Brown’s song, “It Won’t Stop” to give it their own special treatment.
With a sound reminiscent of Trippy Turtle, Manila Killa and Hunt for the Breeze bring a jazz-infused and groovy flare to the song. The vocals of Streeter and Brown are incorporated flawlessly with Jersey Club-type synths and breaks.
Enjoy the refreshing track, and toss it on this week’s playlist.
Posted by jewcebox on May 28, 2014
With the fourth of july just a week away, you’re probably in serious need of some serious party music…as usual, Kap Slap has you covered. With the release of his fifth installment of the Slapcast series, Kap Slap delivers an hour mix that touches on all genres and all bpms! It’s always impressive to see someone include a heavy track like DJ Snake’s, “Get Low” as well as a funky Oliver Nelson remix in the same mix. Snag the FREE download below and let Kap Slap vicariously DJ your 4th of July celebrations!
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on April 22, 2014
Admittedly, I slept on this. “Bounce Back” was sent to me a few weeks ago, and although I played it through quite a few times, I never managed to toss it up here for the masses. My snooze has come to an end, and I am excited to see how people respond to the stylings of Kyle, Keem, and Mr. Fantastic.
The song is production-heavy and features an instrumental backdrop that could easily be heard in a club or at a party. The difference is that Kyle and Keem both manage to come correct with some serious bars. Justin Clough did his thing per usual on the visuals, so be sure to give it a look and listen!
Posted by BIGLIFE on April 22, 2014
Sean Leon drops off an impressive mix of content, pairing a visual for his latest hip-hop cut, “Juice,” with his new punk rock sounds on “Hey Pretty Girl With The Dirty Mouth.” Toronto may have another rising star for 2014, as Sean Leon continues to release a body of work that clearly points towards the young artist blowing up.
Posted by BIGLIFE on April 22, 2014
With a mix of feel good hip hop, smooth vocals, funk, and an awesome Coca Cola sample we get a summertime smash from budding star Jackson Breit. Make sure you give Jackson a Like, and download the Free single below.