Cover | Drake – NWTS (Medley) by SoMo

Posted by on October 14, 2013

Following the same formula that catapulted SoMo into the spotlight, SoMo and company take on Drake’s “Nothing Was The Same” album to create a medley that’s nothing short of awesome.

Haven’t seen SoMo live? Purchase tickets to “The Ride Tour” now!

Purchase: SoMo – The Ride Tour (Tickets)

Bass, Electro | Ghost Hunna – Look Out!

Posted by on September 24, 2013

ghost hunna - look out

Ghost Hunna’s Gucci is so flossy and his broads are all so bossy, the perfect combination for a spastic new song (I think). Featured on Fresh New Tracks about a month ago for the ambient-house production, “Talkin’ That“, Hunna has returned with a totally new and bass-heavy medley. “Look Out!” begins with a deep-rooted bassline, but slowly unravels out in to the ‘Spazz House’ party track that we were promised. And, although some of the components of the song can get slightly repetitive, the track is a repository of enough different sounds to keep it incredibly entertaining.

A +1 must also be award for proper integration of Zelda gameplay sounds. Ghost Hunna has slowly, but surely begun to kill the game, a realization which is hard to deny. Grab the free download below and be sure to give him a shout on Twitter!

Chill, Trap | Daughter – Still (Y//2//K Remix)

Posted by on September 17, 2013

Y//2//K has been killin’ it lately. Now he’s dropped a remix of “Still” by Daughter that is packed with emotion and calming beats. The subdued vocals work well with Y//2//K’s chill trap beats and an interesting medley of instruments and pitches. It’s extremely clean and really a pleasure for the ears. You can grab this one for free!



House, Mix | Klingande – Jubel & Musique Chic Mixtape

Posted by on September 16, 2013

It’s a very rare thing to experience an artist live for the first time and immediately and unexpectedly fall in love with them right then and there. When I got the chance to see the French duo Klingande, I went in with an open mind and ended up being totally mesmerized during the entire hour and a half long set. How these guys have gone under my radar for so long, I’m not sure, so I’m thrilled to be sharing them now. Their live set was by far one of the most energetic I’ve seen yet this year. Imagine: Big Gigantic meets Disclosure, with a twist of that upbeat nu-disco from the likes of Dimitri From Paris. It was the perfect medley of funky jams, house, and indie electronic, which sounds like a crazy combination of everything but I promise, these guys make it work. And you better believe there was a live sax player rockin’ out up there, too.

Their first track I’m sharing, titled “Jubel,” seems to be one of their most popular tracks around these parts. It’s a got a great, vivacious melody, delicate vocals and a super groovy appearance by the sax.

This second one is a summer mixtape they produced for the French music blog, Musique Chic, which gives a much better feel for what their live set was like. I’ve had this one of repeat for days now and would encourage you to take advantage of this free download as well.

Looks like these Frenchmen have yet to make their way to the states, so for now, keep posted on their social media for upcoming releases. Fantastique ^_^




Chill, Electronic | The Great Wave (Darphesh Remix)

Posted by on August 22, 2013

Here’s a chill tune for the end of summer. Darphesh did this remix for Cl0ckw0rk’s album “Japanese Whispers”.  It’s a song you can get completely lost in.  With some subtle Japanese vibes in it, and a great medley of different instruments and sounds, it’s a relaxing listen. Although this track came out two weeks ago, seeing as how right now it’s only at 39 views, it is new to lots of us! Check out Darphesh on Soundcloud, and you can grab Cl0ckw0rk’s album on Bandcamp!


Bandcamp: The Great Wave (Darphesh Remix)