Bass | Jordan Comolli & Mursa Tag-Team Bass-Fueled Original “Error”

Posted by on April 30, 2018

“Error” is the unique work of new talent aligned with established talent, thanks to Jordan Comolli and Mursa, the single showcases many aesthetics from the experimental bass scene in the intro and bridge – but doesn’t hold back when the drop comes through – throwing down some massive percussion work.

Jordan Comolli is no stranger to millions of plays and acclaimed support, time after time, from big acts including Whipped Cream and Hekler. While, Mursa, is on a strong path in 2018, clearly displaying his production quality and getting it in the right hands. Together the two have made a trap-banger with complexity and a certain metaphysical zest.

Deep House, Progressive House | MITS & Marcus Santoro feat. Courtney Brianna – You & I + Jordan Burns Remix

Posted by on July 1, 2014

MITS & Marcus Santoro feat. Courtney Brianna - You & I

Marcus Santoro, known to his friends as Marcus has returned to his home label of Neon for a collaborative original with fellow Australian MITS and vocalist Courtney Brianna. “You & I” is a melodic summertime track, according to Mr. Santoro, and so is perfect for the current Australian winter. Also included below is a superb deep house remix of the track done by Jordan Burns.

Beatport: MITS & Marcus Santoro feat. Courtney Brianna – You & I

Beatport: MITS & Marcus Santoro feat. Courtney Brianna – You & I (Jordan Burns Remix)

Hip-Hop, Videos | Mike Stud – Mike Jordan [#SundayStudDay]

Posted by on February 18, 2014

I swear that Sunday Stud Days get better and better every Sunday. This past Sunday, Mike Stud dropped a new song and video titled “Mike Jordan,” but it’s much more than a song. The first minute is an inspirational monologue Stud gives that tells us how he got to where he is. The line that stuck with me most is: “never let anyone or anything kill your dream, because the moment you believe something is impossible, it is.” After the speech, the song and the visuals pick up, with a smooth instrumental from Louis Bell and dope visuals from Jon Kilmer as usual. The song itself is pretty melodic and involves more singing and pitch than just straight rapping – similar to the style of Chance the Rapper. Amazing project all around, so watch the video and download the single here.